Can Yarrow Be Used to Treat Epididymitis?

Date:2019-09-29 click:
The scientific name of Yarrow is Achillea Wilsonian Heimerl ex Hand. -Mazz, which is a perennial herb of Compositae distributed in Yunnan, northwest Hunan, western Hubei, and Eastern Gansu. 
Typically it grows in hillside grasslands or shrubs. It has a strong resistance to cold and loves a warm and moist environment, sunny and semi-shady areas. Soil with good drainage, rich in organic matter and lime is the best choice. The whole herb has the functions of detoxification, detumescence, hemostasis, and pain relief.

Medicinal value
Yarrow contains a variety of amino acids. The flower buds and blooming flowers contain more volatile oil, the flowers and leaves contain flavonoid glycosides, and the flowers contain water-containing threonine, betaine, choline, and fatty acids. The leaves also contain anthraquinone, which has great medicinal value. The whole herb can be used for medicinal purposes. 
It can be used for trauma, rheumatic pain, amenorrhea abdominal pain, snake bite, swollen poison, and other diseases. In modern medicine, it can treat acute and chronic inflammation such as appendicitis, tonsillitis, urinary tract infection, bacillary dysentery, acute enteritis, and pelvic inflammatory disease
Epididymitis is a common disease in young and middle-aged people. When the body resistance is low, pathogenic bacteria such as Escherichia coli, Staphylococcus, Streptococcus will enter the vas deferens, retrograde invasion of the epididymis, causing inflammation. Therefore, the disease is often secondary to urethritis, prostatitis, seminal vesicle inflammation.

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