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|Cat Given Name :||Yarrow|
|Other Name(s) :||Nosebleed, Milfoil|
This plant stands upright and can grow up to two feet high. It has many leaves, with the largest being at the bottom of the stems, and the flowers are either white or pink, with yellowish centers.
When eaten, yarrow will induce vomiting, and should be used if a cat has eaten something it shouldn’t have. Yarrow can also be applied externally to wounds to relieve pain, prevent infection.
|Complaints :||Burn, Abrasion, Fleas,|
|Symptoms :||Infection, Pain,|
|Collecting & Storing Flowers|
|When to Collect||:||Mid to late Greenleaf|
|How to Collect||:||Select flowers of healthy color and full vitality. Bite the flowers off, leaving as little stem as possible.|
|How to Preserve||:||Lay in full sun to dry.|
|How to Store||:||Store in loose piles in a cool, dry place.|
|Detailed Usage Information|
|Flowers||:||Should be consumed to induce vomiting.|
|Flowers||:||Chew and apply to wounds to relieve pain and prevent infection.|