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Yarrow - Medicinal plant

Yarrow - Medicinal plant

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Young plant in a pot (15cm).

Yarrow or Yarrow is a species of perennial herbaceous plants in the Asteraceae family, cosmopolitan in the Northern hemisphere. It is an edible plant whose leaves can be used and one of the most commonly used plants in traditional medicine for over 3,000 years.

What are the benefits of yarrow?

Decongestant: Yarrow relieves digestive disorders and menstrual pain. Also recommended to improve digestion and treat dyspepsia. Finally, it is an emmenagogue plant, it stimulates blood flow in the pelvic region and the uterus.


Dosage of yarrow

teaspoon (1 g to 2 g) of dried plant in 150 ml of boiling water. Leave to cool and take 3 times a day, between meals .

Yarrows like well-drained soil and do not tolerate stagnant moisture that causes root rot; amend heavy or clayey soils by incorporating sand and potting soil. Leave the pots to soak to moisten the roots and to make unloading easier.



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Young plant in a pot (15cm).

Yarrow or Yarrow is a species of perennial herbaceous plants in the Asteraceae family, cosmopolitan in the Northern hemisphere. It is an edible plant whose leaves can be used and one of the most commonly used plants in traditional medicine for over 3,000 years.

What are the benefits of yarrow?

Decongestant: Yarrow relieves digestive disorders and menstrual pain. Also recommended to improve digestion and treat dyspepsia. Finally, it is an emmenagogue plant, it stimulates blood flow in the pelvic region and the uterus.


Dosage of yarrow

teaspoon (1 g to 2 g) of dried plant in 150 ml of boiling water. Leave to cool and take 3 times a day, between meals .

Yarrows like well-drained soil and do not tolerate stagnant moisture that causes root rot; amend heavy or clayey soils by incorporating sand and potting soil. Leave the pots to soak to moisten the roots and to make unloading easier.