Boil 1 tbsp of yarrow in 8.5 oz (2.5 dl) of water for a short period of time. Then live the cup covered for 5 – 10 minutes.
Just like any other tea you should consume it in small sips.
Fill a bottle loosely to the top with flowers of yarrow, and overflow them with vodka or 40% alcohol.
Live it exposed on the sun or another heat source for 14 days.
Take 10 drops, 3 times a day, mixed with water or tea.
Heat 3 oz (90 g) of oil, desalinated lard or butter.
Add 0.5 oz (15 g) fresh small flower parts of yarrow and 0.5 oz (15g) small leaf parts of raspberry. Fry the ingredients for a short time and leave it for one day.
The next day, heat it a little bit and strain it through a linen rag while filling the glasses. Keep them in the fridge.
Soak 3.5oz (100g) of the whole plant in cold water during the night.
The next day heat it until it starts to boil, and then pour it in the bath.
Avoid its use during pregnancy and in case of allergies to ragweed