Agrimony may go many different types of names like church steeples, sticklewort, or cockeburr. But this powerful Rosaceae family plant has been used since medieval times for its astringent, anti-diarrheal, anti-microbial, anti-inflammatory, and mild diuretic properties. Native American tribes used a native species of it for diarrhea and stomach issues. Fast forward to today where alternative medicine suggests using Agrimony for acute diarrhea and gastritis for our small animal friends.
Ponder adding this to your pet’s diet in the form of dried herbs, infusions and decoctions, or tinctures. Please see https://www.herbalfarmwife.com/post/so-how-much-of-a-herb-or-spice-can-i-give-my-pet for a starting point of possible dosing levels. Please check with your animal’s veterinarian before administering any herbs, spices, vitamins, or minerals to your pets. (Please read the disclaimer below.) Your veterinarian can discuss potential drug interactions, toxicology, or adverse effects in relation to your pet’s current health care including prescribed medicines. Please do not take or give any herbs and spices in medicinal doses if your pet is pregnant or breastfeeding.
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