Marisa Lee wrote:Great post as always, I think I have some podcast episodes to catch up on, too! It's that busy spring time. I have a couple wild species of agrimony up here, A. gryposepala and A. striata. Maybe others, but those are the two I know are around. Our wild agrimony has been used in traditional medicine for a quite a range of things, usually as a root tea but sometimes using the seed heads. I haven't used it myself. Also: my cat is named Agrimony.
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