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Karde http://www.kraeuter-verzeichnis.de/

Karde http://www.kraeuter-verzeichnis.de/

Bilder aus dem Buch Alte Heilkräuter-Zeichnungen

Bilder aus dem Buch Alte Heilkräuter-Zeichnungen

Alle Bilder aus dem Bilder-Buch

Alle Bilder aus dem Bilder-Buch

Tausendgüldenkraut http://www.kraeuter-verzeichnis.de/

Tausendgüldenkraut http://www.kraeuter-verzeichnis.de/

Bilder aus dem Buch Alte Heilkräuter-Zeichnungen

Bilder aus dem Buch Alte Heilkräuter-Zeichnungen

Mädesüß http://www.kraeuter-verzeichnis.de/

Mädesüß http://www.kraeuter-verzeichnis.de/

Wegwarte http://www.kraeuter-verzeichnis.de/

Wegwarte http://www.kraeuter-verzeichnis.de/

Bilder aus dem Buch Alte Heilkräuter-Zeichnungen

Bilder aus dem Buch Alte Heilkräuter-Zeichnungen

Gundermann - Gundelrebe

Gundermann - Gundelrebe

#‎Kiefer‬

#‎Kiefer‬

Odermenning http://www.kraeuter-verzeichnis.de/

Odermenning http://www.kraeuter-verzeichnis.de/

Walnuss

Walnuss

Bachblüte Agrimony - Odermennig

Bachblüte Agrimony - Odermennig

The use of Agrimony dates back to the ancient Egyptians.    Its main use was as a gargle for sore throats. It is very effective at reducing pain and reducing inflammation. Many singers gargle with Agrimony tea before a performance as it helps sooth the throat.

The use of Agrimony dates back to the ancient Egyptians. Its main use was as a gargle for sore throats. It is very effective at reducing pain and reducing inflammation. Many singers gargle with Agrimony tea before a performance as it helps sooth the throat.

Agrimony is perhaps best known as a wound herb used on medieval battlefields to staunch bleeding. 2Agrimony is most used in modern herbal practice as a mild astringent and a tonic, the tannins it contains tone the mucus membranes making it is useful for alleviating the symptoms of coughs, bronchitis and asthma. The herbal tea can be used as a skin wash, it is thought to improve minor injuries and chronic skin conditions.

Agrimony is perhaps best known as a wound herb used on medieval battlefields to staunch bleeding. 2Agrimony is most used in modern herbal practice as a mild astringent and a tonic, the tannins it contains tone the mucus membranes making it is useful for alleviating the symptoms of coughs, bronchitis and asthma. The herbal tea can be used as a skin wash, it is thought to improve minor injuries and chronic skin conditions.