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YARROW ESSENTIAL OIL

Quick Overview

yarrowMilfoil (Yarrow essential oil) is used for a wide variety of complaints, including chest infections, digestive problems and nervous exhaustion. The Chinese use Yarrow Oil for menstrual problems and in Scandinavia it is used for rheumatism. Yarrow essential Oil is also helpful for skin problems such as acne, oily skin, and to help reduce scarring.

Botanical Name: Achillea millefolium

Yarrow Essential Oil is credited with having an energy similar to that of the earth. This may seem extreme to some, but most aromatherapists agree that it is a balancing, uplifting oil with practical applications on gynecological issues, wounds and open sores.

Method of Extraction: Steam distilled

Parts Used: Dried herb

Country of Origin: Bulgaria


Cultivation Method: Wildcrafted

yarrowBlends Well With: Cedar Atlas, Chamomile , Black Spruce, Fir, and Vetivert.

Scent: Herbaceous, dry, with a woody back note

Contraindications: Non-toxic, non-irritant, possible sensitization in some individuals. Do not use while pregnant.

About the Oil


The essential oil of yarrow is dark blue/green, due to the strong presence of the chemical component, chamazulene, also present in some of the chamomile oils. Yarrow essential oil has a fresh, herbaceous, green aroma.

Aromatherapy Notes

As with other Blue oils, the oil becomes blue in the distillation process, as anti-inflammatory matracin turns to chamulzine.


Traditional Uses

Yarrow has a long history as a medicinal herb, which according to legend goes back to Achilles, who used it to heal wounds inflicted by the sword during the wars with Troy.


Therapeutic Properties Described In The Aromatherapy Literature

The therapeutic properties of yarrow oil are anti-inflammatory, antirheumatic, antiseptic, antispasmodic, astringent, carminative, cicatrisant, diaphoretic, digestive, expectorant, haemostatic, hypotensive, stomachic and tonic.

Safety

Do not use yarrow oil during pregnancy. Prolonged use may cause headaches and may irritate sensitive skin.

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