Flowering yarrow

flowering Yarrow

Yarrow is a kind of herb, found in clearings and near settlements.

Yarrow has no nutritional value, but its herb effects make it very efficient in the treatment of wounds. If consumed while you are injured or applied directly to wounds, it will help them heal quicker.

Once it has finished flowering, yarrow can be harvested and threshed for seeds which can be planted. If you have settled somewhere, it is a good idea to plant a few yarrow plants nearby to have easy access to a nearly all purpose medicinal herb.

Carbs Fat Protein Produces Growing time Growing months Found in
0 0 0 Leaves, flowers, seeds 50 days June-September Meadow,Settlement, Clearing

Herb effectsEdit


When boiled, yarrow is an:

  • diaphoretic
  • tonic
  • alterative
  • anti-inflammatory

When applied to wounds, yarrow is an:

  • astringent
  • anti-inflammatory
  • vulnerary
  • anti-microbial

In real lifeEdit

Common yarrow

A photograph of yarrow.

Yarrow is Achillea millefolium, a tall-stemmed plant with small white flowers and feather-like leaves. Yarrow was used in historical medicine as a remedy for treating wounds and staunching the flow of blood.

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