2. Yarrow is also a styptic herb, helping to staunch excessive blood flow – whether it be from a wound, a bloody nose or an excessive menstrual period.
3. Yarrow also possesses anti-microbial activity against a wide range of bacteria, making it suitable for first aid topical applications as well as internal infections.
4. As an anti-inflammatory, yarrow can be used both externally as well as internally to address a range of symptoms, from high blood pressure to digestion to joint pain.
5. Studies have shown yarrow to protect the liver from toxic chemical damage as well as to help in treating hepatitis.