Therapeutic Uses of Yarrow

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Therapeutic Uses of Yarrow

Yarrow is found growing in the wild everywhere in
North America, except the southwest.

Therapeutic uses include: Gallbladder problems, gastritis,
intestinal bleeding, hemorrhage, no appetite, menstrual
pain, and also liver disease.

Yarrow helps stop bleeding and also reduces
inflammation and swelling. It's good to use on
wounds, especially wounds that are slow to heal.
It also has phytochemicals that ease muscle
spasms, and can be used to treat menstrual pain.

Yarrow stimulates release of bile, which improves
gall bladder and digestion.



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