Yarrow, also known as Soldier's Herb or Soldier's Woundwort for its traditional use as a common wound-healing herb, is a vascular tonic. It acts as an anti-inflammatory, antiseptic vulnerary, astringent and hemostatic' style='text-decoration: none'>hemostatic or styptic, diaphoretic and antipyretic, diuretic, antispasmodic, emmenagogue, and a digestive bitters. Yarrow is used to induce sweating and reduce fever, especially when treating a common cold or flu. It is astringent to atonic relaxed tissues with discharge and a tendency to ulceration, and it has healing effects on mucous membranes, reducing inflammation and and improving blood clotting. Yarrow is also helpful to treat allergic rhinitis, amenorrhea, dysentery, diarrhea, loss of appetite, mild or spastic gastrointestinal tract discomfort, inflammatory disorders, colitis and viral infections, and helps alleviate bleeding problems. Specifically, Yarrow, as a circulatory astringent, is used for thrombotic conditions with hypertension, including coronary and cerebral thromboses.
Yarrow flowering tops (certified organically grown)
Available in bottle sizes of 50ml, 100ml, and 250ml.
Adults: 48 drops (1.6mL) 3x daily on an empty stomach (between meals)
Potential side effects/Safety
Consult a health care practitioner if symptoms worsen or persist or if menorrhagia (heavy menstrual bleeding) persists for longer than three months. Do not use if pregnantm, of if you have a known allergy to yarrow or other members of the Compositae (Daisy) family of plants.
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