Agrimony (Argrimonia Eupatoria) is one of “The Twelve Healers” of the Bach Remedies.
Edward Bach spoke of Agrimony as “The jovial, cheerful, humorous people who love peace and are distressed by argument or quarrel, to avoid which they will agree to give up much.”
People in an agrimony state will hide behind a brave face. Although they may feel tormented inside, they are restless, and have troubles; they will hide their cares behind humor and jesting.
They can be prone to turn to drugs or alcohol to get through or bear their trials with cheerfulness. They can suffer from restlessness and sleeplessness, and partake in thrill seeking or risky behaviors.
The treatment goal with Agrimony is to bring a deeper, calmer, quieter joy.
In the homeopathic form it is known as “Agrimonia” with the keynotes of
-Menstrual and digestive problems
and of course much more.