Mettä Yarrow Flower

7.95 €

Package Size: 20 g Best Before: 17.11.2023 Inventory Quantity: 24


Yarrow is a popular herb growing in Finnish nature. It has a slightly peppery taste, making it a perfect spice for vegetables, fish, meat and barbecues we well as in soups. Yarrow can be brewed as a delicious herbal tea known for cleansing and refreshing properties.

Try replacing dill to yarrow to season new potatoes.

As a tea

Boil water and add 1 tsp into 2dl of water, brew for 10–15min. To be used in small amounts as seasoning or tea. Do not use large amounts. Not recommended for pregnant women nor for continuous use. Those allergic to mug wort or chamomile might get allergy symptoms from using yarrow.


We use packages that are as environmentally friendly as possible. Our pouches are 100% compostable.

Wild herbs from the pure Finnish nature

Wild herbs from the pure Finnish nature
Finnish nature is the home to some of the world’s most purest and tasties wild herbs. Wild herbs are foraged in the spring or early summer when the herbs are still fresh and their nutrient content is at their highest. Some of the most popular, exciting and unique wild herbs found in the Finnish nature include birch leaves, nettle, roseroot, dandelion, yarrow and spruce sprout. Wild herbs are full of taste and healthy nutrients which is why they are perfect for seasoning all kinds of dishes. They can also be used to brew delicious herbal tea.

Treasures of the Finnish forests

Treasures of the Finnish forests
Finland is one of the world’s most forest-rich countries with over 80 % of our land area covered in forests. Anyone can also enjoy the wonderful benefits that these forests offer: our everyman’s rights guarantee that anyone can roam freely in nature and enjoy nature’s givings regardless of who owns the land. The Finnish forests are the home of some of the purest and the most nutritious natural foods in the world. Our forests are full of berries, mushrooms and wild herbs that grow from the cleanest soil and are fed by the purest water and air. The harsh winters yet light summers make the plants grow particularly rich in nutrients.

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