Yarrow Seeds (Achillea millefolium) 1g (~6,000 !)

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Yarrow (Achillea millefolium) Seeds 1g for $2.34 (~6,000 Seeds!) Non-gmo, Organic, & Heirloom!

Yarrow is one of many ancient herbs that have had a history of use as an alternative to hops in beer! It's very similar in general to White Willow due to the content, and has had a vast history of use in herbalism. Studies show that it produces antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activity. Other applications in herbalism include: astringent, diaphorietic, tonic, stimulant, aromatic, carminative, gastrointestinal disorders, earaches, analgesic, for head colds and the flu, pain, reduce fever, and aid in sleep! It's also used topically in the form of a poultice for burns, cuts, and abraisions. Some cultures used and still use it to treat headaches. Phytochemically, Yarrow contains: amino acids, fatty acids, ascorbic acid (vitamin C), caffeic acid, folic acid, salicylic acid, succinic acid, alkaloids, flavonoids including rutin, tannins, volatile oil, an unknown cyanogenetic compound, and sugars.

Cultivation info: Yarrow blooms in the summer, attracts butterflies, and other cool human beings such as yourself! It likes loamy and sandy soil, and can tolerate drought. You can add some sand to your regular potting soil mixture because it won't mind and that will save you money and resources. Plant after the frost danger has passed. If growing from cuttings, plant in the spring or early summer. Yarrow can be considered invasive so you can space them out about a foot. You can simply sprinkle the seeds and don't even bother covering them. They require light to germinate.


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