Common names for Sneezewort also include sneezeweed, bastard pellitory, European pellitory, fair-maid-of-France, goose tongue, sneezewort yarrow, wild pellitory, or white tansy. Sneezewort achillea has loose clusters of showy white, flower heads that bloom from June to August. Leaves can be eaten raw or cooked. Sneezewort will also yield an essential oil that is used in herbal medicine to treat tooth and muscle aches and pains. The leaves are used as an insect repellent. Can be poisonous to livestock and farm animals. This perennial wildflower can survive on little water but does prefer moist well-drained soils. Keep in full sun or partial shade.