(Agrimonia eupatoria) – loose herb, herbal tea
We recommend Agrimony tea mainly for throat disinfection, regulation of liver and bile function, bowel relief, urinary retention problems, and rheumatism – as a tea and/or a bath. It can also be used against anaemia. Drink it as often as you like, and it can also be consumed as an enjoyable tea.
Traditional therapeutic use
- Appetite enhancer.
- Antibiotic effect.
- Sore throat and gargling agent.
- Upset stomach.
- Mild diarrhoea.
- Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).
- Gastric ulcers – agrimony is an ingredient of a treatment herbal tea mix for this condition.
- Skin Ulcers.
Preparation of tea
Boil a cup (250ml) of water and pour over 1 teaspoon of the herb, leave to steep with a lid* for 15 minutes strain and drink 2-3 times a day. Flavour with honey, little liquorice root or stevia (the latter two available from us) if desired.
* The lid ensures that none of the goodness of the tea is lost through evaporation.
N.B. You should not use metal implements when handling and preparing (brewing, stepping and drinking) herbal teas – this includes spoons, mugs and filters. This does not apply to heating the water (and excludes boiling the roots in the water). Wooden spoon accessories are available in our shop.
T’n’T Teas is a company run by qualified herbalists and natural therapists using traditional remedies that have been handed down through the generations. We source these ingredients and information from Hortus Medicus International Ltd. Check out their website for more information.
This offer is for a single herb ingredient, but contact us for a personalised consultation for herbal ingredient mixes that are tailored to your requirements.