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Achillea millefolium

Yarrow grows rampant across the world like a weed, but it's actually one of the most ancient herbs on record, found in Neanderthal burials some 60,000 years ago! Over time, it's been prescribed for almost every ailment, but there are certain things it's particularly good at.

Best Uses: Anti-inflammatory agent, fevers, pain relief, astringent, skin cleansing, skin treatment, minor wounds, headaches, nosebleeds.

Refer to Health Disclaimer for instructions on use limitations.

Fun Fact: Achilles was said to be a student of herbalism, and loved yarrow in particular. He used it on himself and his soldiers to heal wounds, and this is how yarrow came to be known as "Achillea."

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