Traditionally it was used numerous tribes in North America. The crushed plant was applied to wounds and burns. The dried leaves were used as a tea to soothe colds, fever, and headache. Yarrow beer has been brewed in Europe since the middle ages. The Chinese considered yarrow plants to be good luck. - www.fs.usda.gov/wildflowers
Yarrow contains flavonoids and bitter, aromatic compounds that increase saliva and stomach acid production, aiding digestion. It is actually one of the bitter herbs used to make Vermouth and has historically been used as a bitter hops substitute in beer brewing!- https://bit.ly/HerbRally
Our honey extracts are created using a proprietary process developed using raw honey. The honey used in the extraction process works to extract different constituents of the plants, providing a more complete extraction while also adding a pleasant, sweet flavor. According to the Ayurvedic tradition, honey acts as a carrier during the digestive process, carrying and assimilating the herbs deeper into tissues.
Ingredients: Yarrow leaf and flower# (Achillea millefolium), raw wild honey, Sugarcane alcohol*.
*Certified Organic Ingredient, #Sustainably wildcrafted
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