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Rosemary Gladstar's Garden Wisdoms: Yarrow

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http://mountainroseherbs.com Rosemary Gladstar joined us in the garden to share plant wisdoms as part of the Free Herbalism Project. Rosemary discusses the healing properties and uses for Yarrow (Achillea millefolium). You can find organically grown Yarrow at http://www.mountainroseherbs.com/bulkherb/y.php
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Sharon Stroud (7 months ago)
Your spirit shines through your words just talking about the plants. I'm 57 yrs old and just starting to learn about wild plants. Wished that I had this desire to come to me sooner. Never to old to start, right? Be blessed. Shalom
reta strong (11 months ago)
This is such a lovely plant, I was wondering if I could plant it near my chicken coop. If the chickens should eat some would it hurt them?
Mountain Rose Herbs (10 months ago)
Hey Reta, that's a great question, but unfortunately we aren't 100% sure and wouldn't want to hurt your winged friends. Perhaps you can pose this question on an online homesteading forum. I'm sure there are others who have experience in this area and others who may want to learn from your question. Best of luck!
cristal cornejo (1 year ago)
TFS 🌸🌿🌱 I appreciate all your knowledge🐝
Lorie Habel (1 year ago)
Yarrow root. Is that best in white and pink aswell?
Mountain Rose Herbs (10 months ago)
Hey Lorie, I'm sorry I don't know the answer to that question. I haven't worked with Yarrow Root before, but it sounds interesting. ~Jessicka
the red foxcraft (1 year ago)
Thanks for the video. Your dress is pretty
Inverted Wang (1 year ago)
Yarrow was the very first plant to visit me in my dreams. <3 Actually, the more I think about it, I wonder if it was elder. Yarrow does't get much bigger than that does it? I only see little plants in the wild.
Mountain Rose Herbs (11 months ago)
That's correct, Yarrow doesn't really get any taller than in this video. I hope this helps to narrow down your curiosity! Sweet dreams!
julia Cutler (1 year ago)
i wish i could find a Herbalist Teacher here in South Dakota. I have been reading a lot of about herbs and their uses on my own, but would love a teacher/mentor.
Mountain Rose Herbs (1 year ago)
Hey Julia! I would recommend checking out the American Herbalist Guild's website. They have a directory of licensed herbal practitioners that may be in your area. Here is a link to their website: https://www.americanherbalistsguild.com/ Best of luck on your search! Cheers!
Susan Mead (1 year ago)
Thank you again to one of my very favorite teachers.
Bob Van Wagner (1 year ago)
I would like to see the roots of a few varieties of yarrow. Are the consistent in form? What is the form?
Melo Earth (1 year ago)
I need to use yarrow for uti. I want to make a tea. Can I use the fresh leaves and flowers or do they need to be dried first? I hope you see this soon. ouch
Melo Earth (1 year ago)
glad you mentioned the pink/red garden varieties, that is the only one I have available today...
vicki crofoot (2 years ago)
Thank you. Very lovely video. I pray you are well. Beautiful dress BTW. I love it.
Adaline . (2 years ago)
Rosemary, they used to call this herb Battlefield Balm, during the american revolutionary war.
fx802 (2 years ago)
Very helpful!! Found some growing in my yard and that is great! For a long time I was told that is poison Hemlock....Now I know.Thanks!!!
Goldmelisse So (2 years ago)
Nein ich meine auf deutsch.
Goldmelisse So (2 years ago)
Kann mir jemand eine Kurzfassung der Kräuter geben. Danke
Kate Hare McIntosh (2 years ago)
Much love to Rosemary Gladstar!
Cleopatra Philopater (3 years ago)
You are very all - knowledgeable, and I like it!I discovered your channel just today!
Mrs. Smith (3 years ago)
I love making a facial steam, with the blossoms, very refreshing!
Emily Faerie Troisi (3 years ago)
Much Beauty!
Bigor Shpella (3 years ago)
Is that a shaman pendant you are wearing?
Deborah Robinson (3 years ago)
the yarrow plant is wonderful..thank you
Great video, very interesting.
Kara (3 years ago)
So glad you share your knowledge with us! :)
LadyFlora (4 years ago)
What a sweet charming woman you are. I could listen to you talk all day :)
Weidor 777 (4 years ago)
I have read that its also able to boost the effects of the herbs its mixed with somehow.
maria carrasquillo (4 years ago)
nice garden...
Mountain Rose Herbs (4 years ago)
+maria carrasquillo Thanks so much, Maria! ~Kori
Sarah Thomas (4 years ago)
Rosemary is such an empowering woman, love her.
artichokez (4 years ago)
thanks for the info on making yarrow leaf powder! i grow yarrows of all colors here in Iowa as perennials, i have dark purple, lavender, pink, yellow, and the wild white.  White seems to be a much smaller plant then the colorful ones.  It is so easy to take cuttings of in the Spring, one plant has turned into about 50 by me just pulling out a section of the plant with some root attached and replanting the piece in early spring when it is still a small mound. Propagating our beloved yarrows is one of the first jobs of the season for us.  It is one of the first plants to come up in Spring and that makes it easily outgrow the weed competition and grow into a huge bush with no effort on my part.  The colored yarrows are some of the most beautiful flowers out there-  especially dried.
Rubychan1000 (5 years ago)
I sure hope they do more garden wisdom talks!! these are great vids!! 
Shining Star (5 years ago)
very informative and beautiful garden.  thanks for sharing.
MaterialWhirl (5 years ago)
Rosemary is such a delight to watch! Please have her in more videos!
E.H.P. Amber Kurt (5 years ago)
Rosemary you are the most tenacious, knowledgable, and spiritual women I have ever come across in my life. Thank you for not cowering to the control of western medicine. Freedom is in self care  
sgrbear724 (5 years ago)
Would yarrow help with cramping due to gas and bean eating?  Would that help if you eat many beans in your diet?
artichokez (4 years ago)
I have a suggestion. Firstly, when using dry beans, replace the water 2 or 3 times completely during cooking.  It will make you able to eat them gas-free. If canned, they are usually more gassy but rinsing them will help.  For an herbal recomendation, I would suggest summer savory - it is a great stomach soother.  Another option is easily found and cheap - ginger (can buy dried in capsules)
andrea a (5 years ago)
I really liked this video! I'm trying to be more knowledgeable about plants and their properties, so this was a great video. :) very informative
Great vid, and one of my fav herbs. It grows wild here in New Zealand ALL over the place, masses of it in my horse paddocks, so it's one I don't bother to grow at home :) Awesome lady...
mosiersue100 (5 years ago)
Very informative.  I have yarrow growing in a pot.  I have read that it is very invasive.   Can I grow it in the ground or will it take over?
greg (5 years ago)
love her and her wisdom.
LARK'S GARDENS (5 years ago)
Thank you for inspiring me to grow herbs in all my gardens. I always look forward to your educational videos.

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