Packaged in a glass bottle. Safety sealed top.
Yarrow is such a whimsical plant to grow. I have been fascinated with it for as long as I can remember so deciding to make an infused oil was an easy decision. Combine yarrow herbal oil with other muscle and joint relieving carriers such as Arnica herbal oil, Tamanu oil, and st john's wort to make a great base to which essential oils can be added.
Botanical Name: Achillea millefolium
Botanical Family: Asteraceae
Plant Part Used: Dry leaves and flowers
Method of Extraction: Heat infused
Yarrow Benefits Used Externally:
Astringent which helps stop bleeding
Soothing to sore muscles, bruises, varicose veins, and pelvic complaints
Wound healing for deep wounds, rashes, bug bites, cuts, scrapes & burns
Promotes blood circulation helpful for those with spider & varicose veins
How To Use Yarrow Herbal Infused Oil:
Herbal infused oils can be used as a carrier oil (base) when making an essential oil blend or used alone directly on the skin. To enhance a blend, combine plantain herbal infused oil with other herbal oils or vegetable oils (almond, jojoba) and bees wax for a skin healing balm, lip balm… and so on. It can be used anywhere a standard carrier oil is used in aromatherapy. Always be familiar with any contraindication before using an herbal oil. Some do carry warnings.
Organic Yarrow (Achillea millefolium) leaves and flowers infused in Organic Jojoba (Simmondsia chinensis) oil.
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