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== Uses ==
 
== Uses ==
AGRIMONY. COCKLEBUR. LIVERWORT. STICKLEWORT. North temperate regions. The dried leaves are used by country people as a sort of tea but probably only for medicinal qualities<ref>Johnson, C. P. ''Useful Pls. Gt. Brit.'' 95. 1862.</ref>. [[Agrimonia (Sturtevant, 1919)|Sturtevant, ''Notes on edible plants'', 1919]].
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Agrimonia eupatoria

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AGRIMONY. COCKLEBUR. LIVERWORT. STICKLEWORT. North temperate regions. The dried leaves are used by country people as a sort of tea but probably only for medicinal qualities[1].

  1. Johnson, C. P. Useful Pls. Gt. Brit. 95. 1862.
Sturtevant, Notes on edible plants, 1919.


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