Agritonik 6 (oz)


A Traditional Herb – Used for Centuries by the Traditional Herbalists – “One of our most valued herbs” 176gms

The uses of agrimony herb are remarkably varied. Some of the benefits are as follows:

  • Tonic for liver, treat gallbladder, medicine kidneys, price respiratory tract, gastrointestinal tract and more
  • Purifies the blood
  • Enhances virility and potency
  • Supports skin and wound healing
  • Boosts immune system

While various species of agrimony are found in many continents of the world, the one featured in Agritonik is Agrimonia Eupatoria which grows throughout Europe, Asia, and Africa. The source of agrimony was carefully selected for its genus and species as well as its superior bioenergetic properties.

Agrimony has a long history of medicinal use going back to the ancient Egyptians, due to its remarkable qualities. The herb was used extensively by Maria Treben, a famous herbalist from Austria, who called agrimony “one of our most valued herbs”. The English poet Michael Drayton once hailed it as an “all-heal” and through the ages it was considered a panacea. In ancient times is was used for foot baths and tired feet.  Ancient Greeks used it treat eye ailments, diarrhea and disorders of the gallbladder, liver, and kidney. Anglo-Saxons made a solution from the leaves and seeds for healing wounds. The 9th-century English medicine texts advised the use of Agrimony as a cure for male impotence.

Common Current Uses
Traditional Austrian medicine uses agrimony as tea for disorders related to the liver and bile, gastrointestinal, and respiratory tract. The English use it to make a delicious “spring” or “diet” drink for purifying the blood. It is considered especially useful as a tonic for aiding recovery from winter colds, fevers, and diarrhea.

Agrimony is frequently used in alternative medicine as an herbal mouthwash and gargle ingredient, and is applied externally in the form of a lotion to minor sores, skin eruptions, pimples, blotches, blemishes. It is also used for sore throat, upset stomach, ulcers, mild diarrhea, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), diabetes, gallbladder disorders, fluid retention, cancer, tuberculosis, bleeding, corns, and warts; and as a gargle, heart tonic, sedative, and antihistamine.