S. Name: Agrimonia eupatoriaFamily: RosaceaeGenus: AgrimoniaDESCRIPTIONIt is a perennial herbaceous plant that makes between 40 and 150 cm. It has an erect stem, split leaves in jagged segments and yellow flowers.It can reach about a meter high and gives off a pleasant smell.DISTRIBUTION & HABITATIt can be found especially in temperate zones of forests and meadows of Europe and South America.It grows in clayey and sunny terrains next to crops, hedges and borders of the forests next to trees like oaks trees.PROPERTIES· Prevents and improves mouth and throat conditions, especially those associated with inflammation, such as sore throat, cough, bronchitis…· Useful in slimming diets and for skin care.· It cleanses the liver and helps fight liver problems.· It cleanses the liver, bile and kidney pathways and mucous membranes of the digestive tract.· Improves stomach and intestinal problems such as diarrhea, indigestion, lack of appetite…· Regulates blood sugar levels, so it is indicated in people with diabetes.· It is indicated in cases of rheumatism.· It is a natural aid against insomnia.· Stimulates appetite.USESInternal use: An infusion is made from the flowers and leaves of the plant. Use a small spoonful per cup and let it rest for about 4 minutes. Take 3 times a day.Ping gargles will improve mouth and throat conditions.External use: It is used especially in the form of compresses, applied directly on wounds and wounds.PRECAUTIONS· Due to its high content of tannins, it can cause disorders gastrointestinal or complicate existing diseases.· Can reduce blood sugar levels. Interferes with insulin and diabetic medications.· In high quantities, it may aggravate cases of constipation.· Not to be used during pregnancy or lactation.————

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