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sherrylawrence00
Apr 08, 2022
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Yarrow Plant Uses – What Are The Benefits Of Yarrow.For centuries, yarrow has earned common names like soldier’s wound wort, old man’s pepper, staunch weed, field hops, herbe de St. Joseph, and knight’s milfoil for its many uses as an herb and spice. In fact, yarrow earned its genus name, Achillea, because in legend Achilles used the herb to stop the bleeding of his wounded soldiers. Jesus was also said to have given Joseph yarrow to stop a wound from bleeding, and yarrow became one of the nine holy healing herbs that early Christian women bundled and passed out to the less fortunate. In early Christian days, a special soup was made with these nine herbs, including yarrow, to ward off evil spirits. In China, yarrow was believed to represent balanced yin and yang. Let’s learn more about the benefits of using herbal yarrow plants. Yarrow Plant Uses What are these amazing benefits of yarrow that has gained it such long lasting popularity, and how is yarrow good for? Yarrow Plant Uses What are these amazing benefits of yarrow that has gained it such long lasting popularity, and how is yarrow good for? For starters, the edible aerial parts of yarrow plants contain Vitamins A and C, potassium, zinc, magnesium, calcium, phosphorus, and niacin. Ancient physicians weren’t concerned with daily nutrition values though. They tried and tested yarrow and found it to staunch the bleeding of wounds or nosebleeds. They found that the robust aroma of yarrow tea cleared up nasal and sinus problems, and provided relief from congestion, allergies, coughs, and upset stomachs. They discovered that salves and balms made from yarrow reduced swelling and bruising, and helped heal skin problems. For centuries, mankind has appreciated the healing benefits of yarrow. It is used as a natural cold and flu remedy, digestive aid, fever reducer, astringent, and anti-inflammatory. Mouthwash made with yarrow is used to treat tooth and gum problems. Shampoos, soaps, and other beauty products can be made with yarrow to promote a clean, healthy scalp and prevent hair loss Yarrow has also been used in food and beverages for centuries. Its scent and flavor can be described as similar to anise and tarragon. In medieval times, yarrow was a popular ingredient in beer, grut, and mead. It can be used as a substitute for hops and barley, or just added as a flavoring. It was also used in cheese making, as it helps curdle milk and adds a complimentary flavor. A little yarrow can go a long way, as its scent and flavor can easily overpower dishes. Yarrow leaves and flowers can be dried and ground into a spice. The leaves and flowers can also be used fresh in salads, soups, stews, and other dishes as a leafy vegetable or garnish. Yarrow is also good for the landscape and garden. It attracts an array of beneficial insects. The plant’s dense root structure is also an excellent soil binder for erosion control. As a companion plant, yarrow increases disease resistance in nearby plants, while also improving their flavor and scent. Added to the compost pile, yarrow speeds up decomposition and adds a punch of nutrients to the compost. Yarrow is drought tolerant, but can also tolerate very wet seasons. In addition, the scent of yarrow repels deer and mosquitoes. 0 People reached 0 Engagements – Distribution score Boost post Like Comment Share
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sherrylawrence00
Apr 17, 2021
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At Grassroots Nursery, all of us who work here… Sherry, Jesse, Brad, my wife Stacey and I share the same passion for the plants we grow, and we love sharing them with you. Sure this is our livelihood, and it is a labor of love that is not always easy, but sharing these floral gems with you is our reward in more ways than one. So please drop in sometime soon and experience the Wow Sensation that inevitably happens when you see firsthand the vast collection of premium quality unique, tried & true proven varieties & cultivars. And the Wow Sensation consists of more than just beautiful flowers… Fragrant foliage as well as flowers, & both visual and tactile textures, and not to mention all of the bees butterflies & hummers. We always love sharing these nuggets with our customers! We are open for business six days a week, Monday through Saturday, 9 AM to 5 PM, but I encourage you to join us this Saturday, April 17 for a personal tour & 10% discount on purchases of $100 and above when you mention that you’ve seen this promotion. Also, remember that if it’s more convenient for you, Sherry is at the North 441 Farmers Market with a healthy sampling of our Plants every Saturday morning from 8:30 AM to 12 PM. I hope to see you soon! Bill Grassroots Nursery 225 SE. 135th Terrace Gainesville 32641 352-215-7226 Grassrootsnursery.net Facebook/Instagram
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