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The name Yarrow comes from Greek mythology. At the siege of Troy, Achilles met the beautiful Paris with a poisoned arrow, whereupon he was fatally wounded in the heel and then treated by the goddess Aphrodite with Yarrow. Yarrow should be tried not only because of its history but also for their aromatic and slightly bitter taste.
The herb of Achilles
The cup of yarrow shimmers in a soft green with a yellow cast. The pleasantly spicy fragrance, is underlined by a slightly sweet note, reminiscent of spice bread. The flavor of the tea is mildly sweet, slightly fruity and slightly spicy. Hence, It fits well in a variety of herbal teas.
Should be avoided by pregnant women.
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Suggested ServingThe yarrow is very mild in flavor so the tea is ideal served with light pasta and vegetable dishes. Salads is also good to round out this bitter tea. Storage Instructions
Store in tightly covered jars and use clean, dry spoons for measuring after opening. Store in a cool dry place. Avoid from direct sunlight.
Stimulates and regulates liver. Relieves common cold and fever. Regulates menstrual cycle, eases excessive menstruation and menstrual pain. Promotes elimination of toxins through skin, helps acne, soothes chapping and minor irritation. Helps to relieve muscle weakness and nausea. External application: Used as mouthwash, helps gum ailments and toothache.
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