Latin name: Achillea sibirica Ledeb.
Botanical family: Asteraceae
Growth habit: Herb
Vernacular name(s): Siberian yarrow (Eng.)
achillée de Sibérie (Fr.)
wicipowaniwistikwan, kawapistikwanikapawik, amowask (Cree)
Roots :Decoction with other herbs taken internally for sickness realted to teething, chewed root applied to sores on the gums [Cree 95].
Above-ground parts :Tea used in sore throat, cough and cold [Cree 96].
Flowers :Boiled and drunk to treat cough and liver ailments [Dene 98].