In short, Yarrow has the following medicinal uses:wound treatmentstops bleedingdigestive herbdiureticanti-inflammatoryanti-spasmodicanti-catarrhal (removes excess mucous from the body)diaphoretic (reduces fever)lowers blood pressurestimulates blood flow in the pelvic area (especially the uterus)antimicrobial used for hemorrhageused for treatment in pneumoniaused for treatment in rheumatic pain Here is a bit more in-depth information about the medicinal uses for yarrow—the ultimate homestead and prepper herb. The name Achillea (from the botanical name of Yarrow) is referred to Achilles in the literary Trojan War of the Iliad who used yarrow to treat the soldiers’ wounds. The majority of the Achillea species are as the medicinal plants which have therapeutic applications. (source below) 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 for the treatment of hemorrhage, pneumonia, rheumatic pain, and wound healing in traditional Persian literature.

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