Native Americans also used yarrow for wounds, infections and bleeding. Chinese medicine gives it praise for the ability to affect the kidney, spleen, liver and energy channels throughout the body.
Yarrow is a uterine tonic, which supports the circulation in the uterine. Many studies show that it helps the uterine by improving the tone, increasing menstrual flow and reducing spasms in the uterine.
The bitter parts and fatty acids encourage bile flow out of the gallbladder, which improves digestion and prevents and gallstones from forming.
Other properties: antiseptic, diuretic, decongestant, astringent, anti-inflammatory and expectorant.