A do it all plant for flu and fever being both anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial; it reduces pain, helps remove excess mucous, relaxes circulation and acts as a mild sedative.
The Cherokee, Goisute, Iroquois and Mohegan nations have traditionally used it for digestive support by stimulating the productions of bile and pancreatic juices and can be used to dull pounding headaches or migraines.
Yarrow is also commonly used to ease pain from menstruation.
-Keep out of reach of children.
-Consult with your physician prior to incorporating herbal supplements into your daily treatment plan; if you have a medical condition or are taking medications.
-Herbs and medications can affect each other either by reducing pharmaceuticals effectiveness or enhancing the effectiveness. Herbs have the ability to lower or raise blood pressure and thin the blood for example.
-Consult with your physician prior to incorporating herbal supplements if you are pregnant, plan to become pregnant or nursing. Many herbs have the ability to stimulate the uterus and cause miscarriage or premature labour.
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Yarrow flower and leaf (Achillea millefolium)