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Wild-harvested Yarrow from the Northeast Kingdom, distilled water & vegetable glycerine


Yarrow has a history of use that dates back to the Trojan War of the Iliad - the name referring to Achilles, a physician and healer. Traditionally, this plant was used as a tonic and a blood stimulator. The name Achillea (from the botanical name of Yarrow) refers to Achilles in the literary Trojan War of the Iliad who used yarrow to treat the soldiers’ wounds. Yarrow has traditionally been used as a tonic, anti-inflammatory, anti-spasmodic, diaphoretic, diuretic and emmenagogic agent (stimulating blood flow in the pelvic area and uterus). It has been used traditionally within Persian culture, for the treatment of hemorrhage, pneumonia, rheumatic pain, and wounds. The modern uses for yarrow include treatments for malaria, hepatitis, jaundice, liver disorders and it is known as a hepatoprotective herb (meaning, it protects the liver). None of these statements have been approved by the FDA*

Yarrow Glycerite


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