Profile: The herbaceous rose species Agrimonia eupatoria has a short spike of yellow, sweetly scented blooms that develop into burr-like seed pods in the fall.
The agrimony herb, which is abundant throughout England, has been used for ages in folk herbalism in Europe for its therapeutic benefits. The dried aerial parts provided by Mountain Rose can be used in extracts, herbal tea blends, infusions, and topical applications. Historically, agrimony was used to color wool.
In England, you can find agrimony, a plant from the rose family, close to hedges and fences. The plant has a distinct, pleasing aroma that is sometimes compared to the perfume of apricots, but it is less sweet. Herbalists started calling the plant philanthropos during the Elizabethan era, possibly due to its helpful qualities or because its seeds attach to people's clothes as they pass, giving them the "gift" of the following year's plants.
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|Shelf Life:||2 Years.|
|Product Style:||Cut & Sifted|
|Handling / Storage:||Store in a airtight Food Storage Containers, cool, dry place.|
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