Herbs and flowers also serve as raw materials for medicinal purposes. Milfoil’s medicinal herbs should be harvested during flowering (May and first half of June). The top of the plant stem should be trimmed with a sickle or scissors 15 cm long. To prepare the medicinal flowers, each of them should be individually or 2 cm long with a bouquet. Milfoil is not rooted because it causes the grass to disappear. It is fragrant, contains essential oils, flavonoids, glycosides, carotene, bitter, juice and biologically active substances in the stem, leaf, flower. Milfoil softens the body, opens up dense places, and has a diuretic effect. It melts the kidney stone and removes it, cleansing the wounds in the uterus. In folk medicine, tincture and gemstone are used to treat cold sores in the stomach, diarrhea, duodenal ulcers, liver and headache, shortness of breath and other ailments. Put 15 grams of milfoil in 2 cups of water and bring to a boil. Then leave for 45 minutes. Strain the cold tincture and drink it 2-3 times a day from a tablespoon. Pour 1 liter of water over the crushed dry grass of the milfoil and boil for 10 minutes. The finished ointment should be filtered and used to wash the wounds.