Agrimony

(rINN)

💊 Chemical information

Agrimonia; Agrimoniae herba; Aigremoine; Dirvuoliu Maarianverijuuri; Odermennigkraut; Párlófu˝; Řepíková nat’; Småborre.

Pharmacopoeias.

In Eur..

Ph. Eur. 6.2

(Agrimony). The dried flowering tops of Agrimonia eupatoria containing a minimum of 2.0% of tannins expressed as pyrogallol, calculated with reference to the dried drug.

💊 Profile

Agrimony, the aerial parts of Agrimonia eupatoria (Rosaceae) or more rarely A. procera (A. odorata; fragrant agrimony), has astringent and diuretic properties. It is used internally for diarrhoea, biliary and other gastrointestinal disorders, and urinary-tract disorders; it has also been used for inflammatory mouth and throat disorders. It has been used externally for wound healing and skin disorders.

Homoeopathy.

Agrimony has been used in homoeopathic medicines.

💊 Preparations

Proprietary Preparations

Cz.: Nat Repiku Lekarskeho†; Repik Lekarsky†; Repikovy Caj, Repikova Nat†. Multi-ingredient: Austria: Amersan; Gallen- und Lebertee St Severin; Novocholin; Cz.: Amersan; Cynarosan†; Eugastrin†; Hemoral†; Naturland Grosser Swedenbitter†; Nontusyl†; Species Cholagogae Planta; Stomaran; The Salvat; Ungolen†; Zlucnikova Cajova Smes; Fr.: Tisane Hepatique de Hoerdt; Ger.: Rhoival†; Stomasal Med†; Rus.: Herbion Drops for the Gallbladder (Гербион Капли Желчегонные); Spain: Natusor Astringel†; Natusor Farinol†; UK: Piletabs.
Published November 19, 2018.