Also known as “Achillea Millefolium”, White Yarrow's
the name comes from the mythical Greek character, Achilles, who reportedly carried it with his army to treat battle wounds.
The herb is an indispensable means for purification of the blood and a strong detoxifier of the body. It has the ability to regulate blood circulation and to recover the circulatory system. Science has proven that it helps in the fight against bacteria and viruses and also promotes digestion and detoxification (6).
Apart from the ancient Greeks, another culture known for its use of natural remedies took advantage of this powerful herb. A tea used by the Native Americans to cure stomach disorders was made by steeping the leaves of white yarrow.