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 [[http://​www.efloras.org/​florataxon.aspx?​flora_id=2&​taxon_id=242301592]] [[http://​www.efloras.org/​florataxon.aspx?​flora_id=2&​taxon_id=242301592]]
  
-The dried aboveground parts of A.eupatoria (Agrimoniae herba) ​has been used as anti-diarrhoeal,​ astringent and mild diuretic"The plant is historically important as an astringent in the treatment of external wounds, especially to stop bleeding. Nowadays it is mostly used to treat mucosal inlfammations of the troat and acute diarrhoea, but also for piles, cystitis and urinary incontinence... Agrimonia (like other herbs from the Rosaceae) is rich in tannins, particularly catechol tannins and ellagitannins. One of the main compounds is [[http://​pubchem.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/​compound/​16129621|agrimoniin]]."​ \\+The dried aboveground parts of A.eupatoria (Agrimoniae herba) ​have been used as anti-diarrhoeal,​ astringent and mild diuretic: \\  
 +"The plant is historically important as an astringent in the treatment of external wounds, especially to stop bleeding. Nowadays it is mostly used to treat mucosal inlfammations of the troat and acute diarrhoea, but also for piles, cystitis and urinary incontinence... Agrimonia (like other herbs from the Rosaceae) is rich in tannins, particularly catechol tannins and ellagitannins. One of the main compounds is [[http://​pubchem.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/​compound/​16129621|agrimoniin]]."​ \\
 [Medicinal Plants of the World. Ben-Erik Van Wyk and Michael Wink, Pretoria 2004, 36] [Medicinal Plants of the World. Ben-Erik Van Wyk and Michael Wink, Pretoria 2004, 36]
  
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