Yarrow for the comfort of the female cycle, circulation, skin and contribute to better digestion.

  • Menstrual cramps and abdominal pain: Thanks to its anti-inflammatory and antispasmodic properties, yarrow helps you relieve the inconveniences of the cycle.
  • Digestion: By promoting the production of bile with yarrow, it helps to stimulate your digestion and regulate your appetite
  • Circulation: Helps maintain normal venous circulation thanks to its tonic properties.
  • Minor skin conditions: When applied externally, its soothing properties help you with cuts and burns.

Yarrow is a medicinal plant with tannins and alkaloids (especially achillein), which gives it astringent (contracts mucous membranes) and hemostatic properties.

Its sesquiterpene lactones responsible for its bitterness give it anti-inflammatory properties and its flavonoids allow it to decongest the liver and facilitate digestion.

It is also antispasmodic thanks to its flavonoids (flavones and flavonols).

Its blue-colored essence rich in azulene (0.5 to 0.8% of the dry plant) makes it anti-inflammatory.

It is also an excellent healing agent for external use , resolving burns, wounds (not open) and hemorrhoids.

In addition, achillea millefolium has an interesting progesterone-mimetic activity in the case of painful periods.

For premenstrual syndrome, premenopause, amenorrhea, slow or difficult digestion:

As an infusion: 1 tsp. teaspoon (i.e. 1.5 g) for a 150ml cup of simmering water. Leave to infuse for 5 to 10 minutes, covered. Filter. Drink 1 to 4 cups per day before meals. 3-week treatment, renewable after a one-week break.

50g | 30 infusions

The indications given are not therapeutic but informative. They are based on the traditional uses of plants in herbalism. They are in no way equivalent to a medical prescription and cannot replace a prescription. To confirm the uses of this product, please seek advice from a healthcare professional.

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