Agrimony (Agrimonia eupatoria)

There are more than 12 different species of Agrimony.It is a member of the Rosaceae family and is found in Europe, North America and Asia.

Agrimony (Agrimonia eupatoria) for dogs is used as a digestive tract support, and it offers a soothing effect for the mucus membranes of the digestive tract.

This herb has been used for many years in the support of digestive harmony, and is also an effective tonic for the liver and gallbladder.

It is effective for the uneasy dog that wanders from place to place looking for somewhere to be comfortable but never quite finding it.

If they do decide that they have found a comfortable spot, after a few minutes they are not able to settle down and are up again wandering around.

Agrimony offers peace of mind to dogs that are troubled by stressful situations such as quarrels in the family.

It helps to alleviate diarrhea, reduces inflammation of the mucus membranes and soothes fretful dogs. This herb has been used for years in the treatment of digestive disease including colitis, and diarrhea.

This is a bitter, mildly astringent, diuretic herb that may help control bleeding, improve liver and gall bladder functions, treat fever and use as an anti-inflammatory. 

Another traditional use of agrimony has been as a healing aid for wounds, This herb will staunch bleeding and will encourage clots in the area of the wound.

Agrimony is also used in combination herbal formulas along with additional herbs like the corn silk. Such a combination herbal remedy helps in treating cystitis and UTI,s.

The combination remedy has also been successfully employed in the treatment of kidney stones, rheumatism, and even disorders like arthritis.

Natural Dog Remedies Containing Agrimony

Parvo-k is used as an oral homeopathic remedy to soothe and calm the digestive system and support firm, healthy stools in dogs and puppies. To conserve healthy fluid balance and to endorse the natural cooling mechanisms of the body.

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