organic yarrow
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organic yarrow

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cicatrize and analgesic. Balances yin and yang


A wise protection

Also called Saint John's herb, Cut grass or Nosebleed, yarrow is best known for its anti-inflammatory, healing and anti-hemorrhagic effects.

Considered as a sacred plant by the Celts and the Chinese, its stems were used as a divinatory support.

Among the Amerindians as in Europe, it was used to repel evil spells and evil spirits.

  • Powerful anti-inflammatory;
  • Antispasmodic, local anesthetic;
  • Analgesic; Antiviral (herpes);
  • Antibacterial;
  • Neuroprotective in multiple sclerosis;
  • Hepatoprotective;
  • Expectorant and mucolytic;
  • Pulmonary antiseptic;
  • Antifungal;
  • Muscle relaxant

Indications and applications

For the skin:

  • irritated, damaged, razor burn skin (with vetiver and true lavender in a little hemp vegetable oil);
  • small cuts, crevices, wrinkles, chapped skin (yarrow in calendula balm or oily comfrey macerate);
  • eczema (yarrow in a little evening primrose vegetable oil, borage or shea butter);
  • acne-prone skin: to be restructured by mixing a few drops of yarrow, cistus ladanifère and geranium in rosehip vegetable oil;

For muscles and tendons:

  • sprain and strain: mix yarrow, helichrysum and peppermint in vegetable oil (an arnica macerate or inophyll oil)
  • Dupuytren's disease: mix with vegetable oil of wheat germ;
  • Rheumatism: mix with an oily macerate of St. John's Wort;

Digestive system:

  • hepatobiliary and digestive insufficiency: with exotic basil and rosemary ct verbenone in a little vegetable oil and massage the area.

We caution against too cheap essential oils. Quality has always come at a price.

The information presented on this site can in no way replace a medical act essential for the establishment of a reliable and serious diagnosis.

Read the precautions for use before using essential oils. We accept no responsibility for any misuse of the products we offer.

Please perform an allergic test with a drop of this product in the crook of your arm. If you have a reaction, ask your doctor or health care practitioner for advice.

Main biochemical components
Monoterpenes: thujene, beta-pinene
Monoterpene oxide: 1.8-cineole
Ketone: Camphor, artemisia ketone
Sesquiterpenes: Beta-caryophyllene, Germacrene-D, Chamazulene
Precautions and contraindications beta-pinene: Potential allergen by contact The presence of ketone prohibits its use in children under 10 years old, pregnant and breastfeeding women as well as people with epilepsy and neuro-sensitive.

Internal route: no

External route: diluted

Pregnancy: no

Breastfeeding: no

Pediatric: Not before 10 years

Diffusion: no

Latin name: Achillea millefolium L.

Asteraceae family

Distilled part: flowering tops

Country of origin: Bulgaria

Odor: Oily, pungent, camphorated

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Merci pour les conseil tres precieu

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