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Yarrow Flower Medicinal

Yarrow Flower Medicinal


Home Farm Herbery Organic Pesticide-Free Yarrow Flower is a Medicinal herb that is traditionally used to treat arthritis, fever, the common cold and hypertension. It is mainly recommended for lack of appetite and minor dyspeptic complaints. For external use, it is added to bath water to treat pelvic autonomic dysfunction (painful cramp-like conditions of the lower pelvis in women).

Cautions: Not recommended if you are pregnant or lactating. Do not exceed recommended dosage as overuse may cause skin photo sensitivity, dizziness and headaches in some people. Yarrow causes allergies in some people, producing a nasty rash. Commission E reports no known drug interactions or contraindications. However, the prevention magazine book Nature's Medicines advises pregnant women to steer clear of medicinal quantities of yarrow. Fresh plants may cause dermatitis in sensitive people.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA.

 1 oz. resealable pkg. of organic Yarrow Flower $6.95

4 oz. resealable pkg. of organic Yarrow Flower $24.95

8 oz. resealable pkg. of organic Yarrow Flower $39.95
16 oz. resealable pkg. of organic Yarrow Flower $69.95

All orders are shipped free and come with a free complimentary herb or herb blend of our choice so order today.

We thank you in advance for you order as all our net proceeds go to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
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Crowing and Using Culinary Lavender

Here is my latest published article about growing and using Culinary Lavender and you can read it here http://www.helium.com/items/2438118-how-to-grow-and-use-culinary-lavender

It contains lots of good information.


Lavender uses and growing instructions

To read y latest article on how to grow and use culinary lavender please click on the following link now.  http://www.helium.com/items/2438118-how-to-grow-and-use-culinary-lavender
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