Achillea millefolium or Yarrow
Achillea millefolium takes its name from the mythological Greek hero Achilles, who used this herb to heal his wounds. No wonder it has such important properties for the proper growing of plants!
Achillea is very high in sulphur, which stimulates and reinvigorate the soil. In addition, it works like a catalyst for light energy, which is vital to the plants.
We harvested Achillea in mid-June and, when it was still fresh, we put its flowers in the stag bladder and we hang it during summer in order to capture the sun energy. Finally, in autumn we will bury it until spring, so as to capture soil’s energy.