All varieties of yarrow can be grown and dried for tea.

Although yarrow can be used both fresh and dried, drying the herb for tea will allow you to use the plant throughout all the seasons.

Both the leaves and the flowers of yarrow can be used, and can be consumed fresh or dry.

Since ancient times yarrow has been used traditionally as a herb with beneficial properties.

Not everyone should consume yarrow tea however. Be aware of the precautions before drinking.

Avoid if allergic to plants in the Asteraceae family, pregnant or breastfeeding, or on prescription medication (first check with your doctor).

Yarrow is easy to dry using a number of different methods.

One of the most common methods of drying the leaves and flowers is to air dry.

Read our full article to learn all about the other methods for drying yarrow for tea!