This plant is dedicated to Achilles, warrior of the Iliad. It is associated with wounds and open wounds; Achilles would have used it during the Trojan War. An ancient Greek text says that yarrow "heals all wounds made by swords, knives and other fittings".
Appearance: mobile liquid
Color: green to dark blue (sesquiterpenes)
Odor: fresh, herbaceous, pungent
Distilled parts: Flowering tops
Country of origin: France
Density: 0.88 to 0.91
Chamazulene, 1.8 cineole, camphor
Anti-inflammatory, vulnerary and healing, antiseptic, antipruritic, anti-hemorrhagic, anti-edematous, antiallergic, emmenagogue, choleretic
Wounds, cuts, bleeding
Various inflammations (sprains, strains, neuralgia, prostatitis, renal lithiasis)
Hepatobiliary and digestive insufficiency*
Consult a physician before any therapeutic use or oral treatment.
Diluted in a vegetable oil, the EO of yarrow can be used in friction or in massage on a wound, to calm the pain and to promote healing.
Orally, 1 drop in a teaspoon of honey to relieve liver attack.
To relieve digestive difficulty, tropical basil essential oil.
To heal a wound, EO of cistus ladanifère or officinal lavender.
In energy aromatherapy, yarrow essential oil is associated with the root chakra. Its color is red. It harmonizes and balances contrasts, helps to stay centered despite the vagaries of life, moderates the mind while developing intuition.
Flammable. Oral use on medical advice. Keep out of the reach of children. Avoid contact with eyes. Forbidden to children and pregnant or breastfeeding women, neurotoxicity and risk of abortion. Do not apply to the skin before sun exposure. Food use possible. Do not use pure on the skin.
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