Yarrow BIO - 15gYarrow is a plant native to Europe, with a long tradition as a medicinal plant. Now it grows almost everywhere in temperate latitudes on meadows and roadsides.
In former times yarrow was added to beer brewing instead of hops.
The persistent yarrow (achillea millefolium), up to 70 centimetres high, belongs to the family of the composite family. Its pith-filled, upright stem has several feathered, elongated leaves. The white or pink flower heads, 3 to 5 millimetres in size, stand in corymb racemes. The flowering season is between June and October. They spread through rhizomes, which are subterranean, horizontally growing shoots.
All fresh and dried shoots and flowers.