Available in the following variations:
|Flowering Stem||20 ct
|Leaves 4+ Inch||5 ct
Yarrow (Achillea millefolium), also known as Old Man's Pepper, Soldier's Wound Wort, and Nosebleed, can be found in common places such as grass or by the road. Yarrow is a white flower, blooming in early summer to autumn. Leaves are considered feathery, about 4 inches in length. Soldiers used this herb for healing wounds. Used for numerous medicinal purposes, including fighting kidney infections, colds, purifying the blood, and strengthening the body. Forms include fresh leaves, oils, and liquids.
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