agrimony


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  • noun

Synonyms for agrimony

a plant of the genus Agrimonia having spikelike clusters of small yellow flowers

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Bach flower essences such as walnut to facilitate the changes faced through pregnancy and birth, as well as current challenges in changing negative life habits; mimulus for fear of known things, including fear of a failed pregnancy or what the future might bring; larch for lack of self-confidence as a mother; and agrimony for anxiety or denial could all provide benefits (26).
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Red valerian loves a dry spot, such as on top of a wall, while hemp agrimony and purple loosestrife are good for growing by a wildlife pond.
As a result of this perpetual mowing, some plants have disappeared from this area including field scabious, quaking grass, yellow rattle and agrimony.
16th: Fogfruit, great Indian plantain, wingstem, sundrops, small-flowered agrimony, tick trefoil, and velvetleaf flower now as full moon approaches.
The flowers included Lady's Smock, Cowslip, Ragged Robin and Hemp Agrimony while the local nature reserve officer also planted trees such as oak and rowan.
All species of greater importance in browsed plots were native, ranging from low quality species like small-flowered agrimony (Agrimonia parviflora, C = 2) and spring-beauty (C = 2) to the higher quality species pawpaw (C = 6) and sugar maple (Acer saccharum, C = 6).
They also like: Buddleia, ivy, sedium, honesty, sweet rocket, honeysuckle, aster, candytuft, Michaelmas daisy, nicotiana, arabis, dwarf phlox, rosemary, hyssop, lavender, bergamot, thyme, marjoram, agrimony, thistles.
Agrimony Tea - a specially formulated herbal tea to help bladder problems.
I would look closely at her diet and possibly use herbs such as agrimony, which enhance iron absorption, and yellow dock and nettle that are good sources of iron.
But from the air, its traces will surely be seen for ages, and wandering through the meadow that is to replace it, people will be surprised to find corn cockle, vetch, devil's bit scabious, selfheal, agrimony, yarrow, ox-eye daisy and quaking grass: the plants of old England, all strangely gathered within the walls.
Try this bowel tonic as a tea, made from the following: Roman camomile and lemon balm (relaxing, anti-inflammatory); agrimony (digestive tonic) and marigold (healing, anti-fungal).
The pot calls for two coneflower (Echinacea augustifolia), one false indigo (Baptisia australis), two hemp agrimony (Eupatorium cannibinum), and three pot marigold (Calendula officinalis).
Five of the six components are individually bottled essences prepared from five flowering plants and trees: Agrimony, Cherry Plum, Crab Apple, Gentian and Walnut.
The Company also expects drilling to commence on its Pepperbush and Agrimony prospects in the near future.