Yarrow was prized by Native Americans for many medicinal applications and even as a non-narcotic recreational stimulant. Like the bark of the White Willow Tree, it too contains a naturally occurring alkaloid known as Salicylic acid that's used in the mass production of "Aspirin". This is another example of the industrial importance of these plants in which God created. Because of this, if you have a history of Ulcers you should use caution with this herb I would think. Today it's prized for boosting the immune system, as a topical treatment for wounds, and general illnesses. It's on my personal list of favored. Read more about Yarrow here.
Yerba Mate has recently grown in popularity in the western world. It was traditionally consumed in South America out of a Gourd. Today it's considered a healthy alternative to Coffee. Consumers of Yerba Mate often report that it offers much more energy without the jitters or stomach related complaints. A gourd is a really cool bowl that resembles a coconut with the top cut off. They are also cool for any herbal drink. You can learn all about Yerba Mate here. It's pretty cool stuff actually. There are some shops popping up similar to Coffee shops but Yerba, so kinda cool. I always love to see these types of shops cropping up. It's a shame with the attack on small business in this country by the fascist that our government isn't paying us more free stimulus payments.
Let's get scientific about Yohimbe for a second. As far as phytochemist are concerned, Yohimbe contains many of the same chemical constituents found in Kratom. Like many other popular herbs it's native to Western Africa. There, it's used as an aphrodisiac. It also seems to induce a very nice and warm sense of well being as long as you don't take too much. The bark is used, so like any other root or bark the best preparation method is a decoction. Decoctions are made by boiling roots or barks for an extended period of time. It's generally recommenced to use the lowest heat possible when doing so. This particular plant I must warn you about. I had a negative reaction to it once. I read around online and found this was more common than you would think. I haven't noticed this with the majority of herbal remedies, but this parcitular one people seem to have issues with. It is NOTHING like Kratom IMO.To Repeat... WARNING: Some people report extremely negative effects from Yohime. See bluelight.
Yucca root was cherished among the Native Americans. It has been used to treat joint pain associated with osteoporosis and rheumatoid arthritis. The root is chalked full of vitamins and minerals.It's said to be very soothing to the intestinal tract. It's very similar to Echinacea in the sense that it's also a blood cleanser. Phytochemist have isolated and studied chemical constituents found in this root. Discover how yucca root is used here on Botanical Guides. I have personally used this one as an immune booster and it works great. Mixes well with Mullein, Yarrow.
There's a verse in Jeremiah 46:11 that talks about how using your medicine in vain will make it not work. God has said "Go up into Gilead, and take balm, O virgin, the daughter of Egypt: in vain shalt thou use many medicines; for thou shalt not be cured.", so please apply this knowledge. The sermon above has something to do with this as well because our pride is toxic, and by not abiding in the shadow of the Almighty, you're putting your health at risk.Psalm 91:3 NASB By Zondervan"For it is HE who delivers you from the snare of the trapper and from the deadly pestilence." and Psalm 91:1"He who dwells in the secret shelter of the Most High God, will abide in the shadow of the Almighty."