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I used a salve purchased from a local person who also creates essential oils. It was labeled "yarrow" and I assume also contained olive oil and possibly honey. I used it on a wound from possible cellulitis. The area which had previously been closed almost immediately began to burn and ooze blood and fluid. I have returned to my m.d. and now am taking a course of antibiotics. it not only did n...

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Age: 55-64 | On supplement for less than 1 month |
9/11/2015
Condition: Other
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I used a salve purchased from a local person who also creates essential oils. It was labeled "yarrow" and I assume also contained olive oil and possibly honey. I used it on a wound from possible cellulitis. The area which had previously been closed almost immediately began to burn and ooze blood and fluid. I have returned to my m.d. and now am taking a course of antibiotics. it not only did not help the sore it made it much worse.

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yarrow lover | Age: 25-34 | On supplement for 2 to less than 5 years |
10/18/2011
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I collect wild yarrow to use throughout the year for cramps, migraines and general colds and flu as well as to treat bladder infections. I find it very effective. I make tea with tea with the flowers and leaves and also use the ground leaves for stopping the bleeding of wounds.

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