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- Yarrow (Achillea Millefolium)
- Yarrow is used in teas to treat colds, flu, and fevers. It also can be applied to a wound to help stop the bleeding. Yarrow is also said to keep a couple together for 7 years. It is used in love spells and charms. If yarrow is added to a bath or worn on your...
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- Harding, Deborah
- Deborah Harding began gardening alongside her parents when she was just able to walk. She lives in Ohio with her husband and two daughters. She writes articles on herbal concerns for magazines and web-zines, and gives lectures and workshops on growing herbs...
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- Have a Cuppa? [About Herbal Teas]
- Through the ages, long before modern doctors prescribed a wonder drug to help us with almost every ailment, it was the witches, shamans and priests before them, that brewed up the various drinks, ointments and poultices that have kept the human race...
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- WESTERN YARROW
- yarrow is recommended for adding species diversity on the foliage of western yarrow as a food source.
- Plant Common & Scientific Name: Yarrow; Achillea millefolium
- Best Variety: The variety of yarrow that I like best is “Paprika”.
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- Ken Yarrow. Shirley Zimmerman. JJackson County.
- Ingrid Naiman Yarrow, often associated with divination and magic
- popularly known as “Hildegard Medicine” suggest using the yarrow wines of their yarrow powder for similar purposes as well as burns and venomous bites.
- Mamout Yarrow: The Man in the Knit Cap
- Yarrow was the “best swimmer ever to swim in the Potomac River.” In an era From a distance, the canvas portrait of Yarrow Mamout looked oddly modern.
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- Peter, Paul and more than memories
- Though Mary Travers died in 2009, Peter Yarrow and (Noel) Paul Stookey have continued to perform as the remaining two-thirds of the classic '60s folk trio Peter, Paul and Mary. Yarrow and Stookey perform Monday, Aug.
- River Yarrow attracts otters and kingfishers
- Sightings of otters, kingfishers and dippers are a sure sign that a "much maligned" Lancashire river is improving after 10 years of dedicated work, according to the Friends of the River Yarrow (FRY).
- Halftime: Tasman 16-13 Taranaki
- Taranaki have climbed to the top of the ITM Cup Premiership table with a 26-23 victory over Tasman at Yarrow Stadium. The home team's resurgent secondhalf effort secured the win scoring two tries to one on a chilly night in New Plymouth.
- Your team needs you
- YOU'RE NEEDED: Taranaki is hoping for a near sell-out when they defend the Ranfurly Shield at Yarrow Stadium tomorrow against Hawke's Bay.
Suggested Web Resources
- Achillea millefolium - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Achillea millefolium or yarrow is a flowering plant in the family Asteraceae, native to the Northern Hemisphere.
- Note: Yarrow is no longer being supported. Designed by Note: the source code implements an older version of Yarrow, not the one specified in the paper.
- A Modern Herbal | Yarrow
- Botanical, folk-lore and herbal information - Yarrow.