Properties and usage:
Stimulant, tonic et diuretic.
Effects on the organism:
Yarrow was used by the Indians to fight fatigue, weakness as well as lack of energy.
or fever and flu, yarrow brings an almost immediate relief.
Yarrow stimulates bile flow, acts against intestinal gas and gall stones. It helps to assimilate the liposoluble vitamins (A, D, E, F, K).
Very potent, yarros activates slowed down circulation such as in varicose veins, phlebitis, hemorrhoids, ulcers and rheumatiss pains.
It is an excellent diuretic in case of nephritis, cystitis, incontinence.
Yarrow reassures and restores confidence in oneself. It soothes the nerves and reduces hypertension. It relieves shortness of breath and atrophy in the spinal chord. The list of its success is considerable.
Yarrow can be used when there is a involuntary urine flow (lowered bladder).
It was used as a remedy to increase the flow or urine from the kidneys.
Principal constituents: essential oil, flavonoids, alcaloids.