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The Yarrow plant thrives in light soil with direct exposure to the sun and good drainage. The flower is white or pale lilac, looking like small daisies, in flattened, terminal loose heads, or chyme’s and the leaves alternate around the stem and grow to 3 to 4 inches long and 1-inch broad.

Extended use may make skin sensitive. Do not use during pregnancy or for undiagnosed bleeding. Do not take for more than two weeks at a time.

Medical Uses
Inflammation of the veins, varicose veins, and thrombosis treatment: Combining fresh cut stems with other herbs like St. Johns Wort and Arnica root and drink as a standard infusion tea. 

Toothache reliever and antiseptic properties: Rub fresh leaf sap extract on the gums or rinse mouth out with a tincture of 10 to 40 drops made from fresh leaf and stem.

Regulates menstrual periods and stops bleeding: Drink 2 teaspoons of fresh dice leaf in 1 cup of boiled water, steeped for 5 to 10 minutes, taken daily or every hour until bleeding stops. 

High blood pressure, regulates blood sugar levels and digestive problems: Drink 2 teaspoons of fresh diced leaf in 1 cup of boiled water, steeped for 5 to 10 minutes, taken daily.

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