Yarrow (achillea millefolium) has many common names that reveal it's history on the battlefield: soldier's woundwort, bloodwort, and nosebleed plant are just a few. Yarrow is believed to contain many medicinal properties, including:
~It is astringent, making it useful in reducing bleeding, both internally and externally
~helps reduce high blood pressure
~It reduces sweating
~treats diarrhea that can accompany illness such as colds and flu
~Relieves menstrual pain and cramps
~helps alleviate a toothache
~Useful for relieving pain
~relievesitch from insect bites and nettle burns
~Useful for treating bruises and pain due to inflammation
~helps alleviate muscle spasms and is a useful and effective first-aid poultice for deep cuts and wounds.
~It helps minimize scarring and is believed to help torn flesh pull together and reconnect tissue
~helps reduce cellulite
~the essential oils in yarrow are useful for repelling biting and stinging insects.
Yarrow hydrosol has a light menthol scent that blends nicely in many bath and body formulas. It is also a wonderful addition to natural cleaning products, and as a room or linen spray.
.Women who are pregnant should avoid this herb. Yarrow may increase the skin's sensitivity to sunlight. Yarrow may interact with stomach acid-reducing medications, high blood pressure medications, barbiturates, insomnia medications, anti-convulsants and benzodiazapines
Ingredients: distilled water, yarrow leaves and flowers
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