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Yarrow (Achillea Millefolium) – Liquid Extract (Tincture)

Yarrow (Achillea Millefolium) is best known as a diaphoretic (to sweat out colds & flu). It is also useful to stimulate digestion, stop bleeding, and for first aid applications. Amount: varies: 1 oz. = approximately 10 days supply at bottle dosage.

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Yarrow (Achillea millefolium) has been revered as a healing herb since ancient times. In China, yarrow sticks were used to reawaken the spiritual forces of the mind when divining with the I-Ching. The plant was thought to balance yin and yang forces and to make possible the meeting of heaven and earth. For the Greeks, yarrow was thought to provide protection, and yarrow was used by various Native American groups to its ability keep away flies and mosquitoes, to purify areas where sick people lay, drunk as a tea to induce sweating during flu-like symptoms, to purify the blood, and to ease bloody diarrhea. It was also valued for its energetic and spiritual qualities. The Teton Dakota People call yarrow “medicine for the wounded”… “Warrior plant” is another common name for yarrow among native communities across the United States and Canada.

Therapeutically speaking, yarrow can be thought about as being cooling, anti-inflammatory, bitter in taste, and antimicrobial. It induces sweating and affects the blood and circulation. Some of its uses in the practice of contemporary herbalism include:

First Aid: Yarrow is named “warrior plant” for good reason. It stops bleeding both externally and internally. When you get a wound, it helps blood platelets stick together and form a scab. Herbalist Matthew Wood describes how yarrow sucks up blood from wounded tissue and draws it back into the vessels, and used in a poultice it stops bleeding from deep cuts and wounds almost immediately. This, combined with yarrow’s anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties, makes it a perfect first aid remedy.

Invigorates Blood: Yarrow both activates blood platelets and breaks up coagulated blood as well. So it is similar to the main ingredient in Yunnan Baiyao formula (San qi) in that it (yarrow) stops bleeding without creating blood stagnation (which could create a big bruise and slow healing down at the point of bleeding and/or trauma).

The Digestive System: Yarrow is a bitter herb that stimulates digestion. It is one of the bitter herbs in vermouth and is used as a hops substitute in beer brewing; thus, yarrow treats poor appetite due to low digestive secretions and associated inflammation that comes from chronic poor digestion.

Colds and Flu: Yarrow fights infection, stimulates sweating, and lowers fever.

Menses: Yarrow helps rebalance & “correct” disregulated menstruation and can also be used to stop post-partum bleeding/hemorrhaging.


Yarrow should not be used during pregnancy.

Yarrow is to be used carefully (i.e. under guided supervision) or not at all for coagulation disorders (especially in conjunction with blood thinners/anti-coagulant drugs).



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