Milfoil Oil

Yarrow in bloom

The oil is obtained from the fresh or dried sprigs of milfoil (Achillea millefoli). They have grass-like scent with colourful, green and camphor remnants.

The oil contains cineol, borneol, α and β-pinene, citrene, myrcene, camphor, caryophyllen, sesquiterpene hydrocarbons, azulene, etc.

Use: The oil is used mainly in perfumery and cosmetics and also in medicines with blood-clotting and antiseptic effect.