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Common Name(s): yarrow
Parts Used: root, stem, leaf
coyoteboy 15 Apr, 2014
he herb has anti-inflammatory properties that can benefit persons suffering from any type of arthritistype of arthritis or joint swelling from injury or overuse.
arrow can be made into a salve and rubbed onto the area that is inflamed. In addition to using the salve, a yarrow tea can be made and drank several times a day to combat swelling and pain.
Yarrow Can Help Stop Bleeding and Has Antibacterial Properties to Prevent Bacterial Infection. Native Americans used this to stop bleeding of wounds as it has good clotting properties. It was chewed on to relieve pain of toothaches. There are so many uses for this plant when made into tea or salves an applied to open wounds directly. I suggest researching the many uses of Yarrow