It grows wild and is easily identified by it’s white, flat-topped clusters, five petal-like leaves, and tiny yellow-white true flowers in the center.
Yarrow, or Achillea millefoluim, is in the daisy family and is native to Europe. Greek Legend states that Achilles used Yarrow to heal his men’s war wounds. Since the early centuries it has been used as a coagulant for wounds, to aid with menstrual issues, hay fever, circulatory disorders, and bug repellent. Yarrow continues to astonish us with it’s strength and various uses.
We use Yarrow for it’s healing properties, whether it’s for an animals nails that were clipped a little too short, a massage oil that aids in circulation, or for wounds that need some extra care.
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Pure Yarrow Oil - great aid for blood circulation, reducing inflammation to applied area and especially good as a coagulant for wounds and bleeding.
Universal Salve - An astringent and coagulating salve that sooths burns. Helps with inflammation and is antimicrobial.
Funky Rain Rot Spray - amazing for those pesky spots and bumps caused by increased moisture.
Nail Nik - great at stopping the bleeding when we accidentally nik our furry friends nails.
Yarrow & Melaleuca Salve - excellent for troublesome wounds.
Have you purchased our Yarrow products before? If so, let us know in the comments what you use it for and how it has benefited you.
Disclaimer: These statements have not been approved by the Food and Drug Administration. Please consult your veterinarian before use, especially if your animal has any medical conditions or if your animal is pregnant, nursing, or geriatric. All products are packaged in glass jars, glass bottles, BPA Free plastic, or metal tins.
These products have not been tested or approved by the FDA. Per the FDA, none of the information provided on this site is intended to diagnose, prevent, or treat illness or disease. Please consult your medical physician prior to use, especially if you are pregnant or nursing. The information communicated here does not serve as a replacement for medical advice. These products are natural herbal products, not medicine, and should be used as such. If you have any concerns regarding sensitivity to ingredients, please spot test the product prior to use.
Sources: Chestnut Grove School Of Herbal Medicine Handbook; Sacred Plants Traditions; Encyclopedia of Herbal Medicine, 3rd Edition, 2016; Growing Your Own Herbal Remedies, 2019