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Witchy Pooh's Exotic Teas & Herbs

WITCHY POOH: fleur d'achillée

WITCHY POOH: fleur d'achillée

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Yarrow has many spiritual uses, including:
Yarrow is one of the world's oldest medicinal plants, and has been used since ancient times to help with healing for the body, mind, and soul. In The Iliad, Achilles is said to have used yarrow to heal his soldiers in battle. Yarrow is also associated with the archetype of Chiron, sometimes called "the wounded healer".
Yarrow can offer protection from negative energies and toxic influences. Some say that you can gather fresh yarrow, add it to a bath with black tourmaline or obsidian, and trim it into smaller pieces to add to the water.
Yarrow can help you build boundaries and awareness of yourself and others. It can also help you gain insights into your own weaknesses and understand yourself better.
Yarrow is associated with the planet Venus, which represents love, beauty, and harmony. It's also traditionally associated with youthful love, and was involved in various courtship rituals in many European cultures.
Yarrow is believed to have a calming and soothing energy, and can be used to promote love and compassion.
Yarrow is a guardian, a heart protector, and a teacher. It assists in allowing us to work when our cups are full, and not when we are depleted, by creating an energetic boundary. It is an excellent healer for healers. It propels us towards lightness, roots us in the earth, and fortifies the spirit.
What does the yarrow symbolize?
Yarrow's symbolic meaning is traditionally associated with healing which originates from Ancient Greek mythology. Yarrow also developed into a symbol of youthful love. Numerous European cultures where the plant is native independently involved the herb in various rituals of courtship.
What did Native Americans use yarrow for
Numerous tribes in North America used yarrow for a variety of ailments. 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.
Why is yarrow called Devil's Nettle?
The intriguing common names for yarrow such as Devil's nettle, Devil's plaything and Bad man's plaything stem from an old superstition that Satan used to walk the streets at night and shake yarrow at homes of those he wished to curse.

Yarrow is one of the oldest medical plants to be used by our ancestors. Our ancestors used it to heal wounds and stop bleeding. They would hang it in there door ways and windows to scare off evil. Breathing in the scent of it heightens your senses and ability to connect with your sixth sense. We believe yarrow is one of the best herbs to use when channeling and casting spells for love, healing and protection.

Yarrow flowers are native to Europe and Asia, but they are now found all over the world. They are a member of the aster family and have small, white or pink flowers that bloom in clusters. Yarrow flowers have a long history of use in traditional medicine and are still used today to treat a variety of ailments.

Yarrow flowers (Achillea millefolium) are a versatile herb that has been used for centuries to treat a variety of ailments. They are native to Europe and Asia, but they are now found all over the world. Yarrow flowers are a member of the aster family and have small, white or pink flowers that bloom in clusters.

    Yarrow flowers can be consumed in a variety of ways, including tea, tinctures, extracts and oils. Yarrow flower tea can be made by steeping 1-2 teaspoons of dried yarrow flowers in hot water for 5-10 minutes.  Yarrow flower extract can be added to food or drinks.

    Try yarrow flowers today and experience the difference they can make in your life!


    • Yarrow Flowers


    • Flowers 

    Item Form:

    • Dried

      Caffeine Content:

      • Caffeine free

      Scientific name: 

      • Achillea millefolium

      Other popular names:

      • Milfoil
      • Soldier's woundwort
      • Thousand seal
      • Old man's pepper
      • Devil's nettle
      • Sanguinary
      • Carpenter's weed
      • Staggerwort
      • Nosebleed
      • Thousand leaf
      • Woundwort
      • Nosebleed weed
      • Herbe de St. Joseph


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