Feverfew is a delightful little herb that brings joy and healing to those who use it. It has cute, daisy-like flowers that are sure to brighten up any space. We love to use feverfew for its calming and soothing properties.
When we think of feverfew, we imagine sunshine and happiness. It's said that in ancient times, people used feverfew to ward off evil spirits and bring good luck. The herb was also used for its medicinal properties, such as treating headaches and reducing fever.
Feverfew is a symbol of strength and resilience. It's known to help people overcome challenges and obstacles in their lives, and to bring them a sense of inner peace and tranquility. We like to incorporate feverfew into our practice to help our clients let go of stress and negativity, and to help them feel more grounded and centered.
Our Feverfew comes in a sealable bag with a weight of 25 grams (0.91 oz), and was packaged with gloves. We recommend doing a skin test to make sure you are not allergic if you plan on using Feverfew topically.
Ancient Use of Feverfew:
Feverfew has a long history of use in ancient lore, medicine, and folklore. It is native to southeastern Europe but is now grown around the world for its medicinal and ornamental properties.
In ancient times, feverfew was used for various medicinal purposes. It was believed to be effective in treating fevers, headaches, and other ailments. The herb was also used to treat menstrual disorders, digestive problems, and arthritis. The Greek physician Dioscorides wrote about the herb's medicinal properties in his works during the first century AD.
Feverfew has been associated with various folk traditions over the years. It was believed to have protective qualities and was often hung in doorways or carried in amulets to ward off evil spirits and bad luck. In medieval times, the herb was thought to be associated with magic and was believed to have the power to break spells and curses.
In England, feverfew was believed to have the power to cure "fevers of all kinds." It was also thought to have the power to protect against witchcraft, and was hung over doorways or carried in amulets for this purpose.
In some Native American traditions, feverfew was used as a natural remedy for fevers, headaches, and other ailments. It was also believed to have the power to ward off evil spirits and negative energy.
How to use Feverfew:
Collect a few sprigs of feverfew and tie them together with a piece of red string. Focus your intention on healing and visualize the feverfew's energy flowing into the charm. Carry the charm with you to help promote physical and emotional healing.
Brew a strong tea using feverfew leaves and add it to a warm bath. As you soak, focus on releasing any negative energy or tension from your body and mind. Visualize the feverfew's healing energy washing over you and promoting a sense of calm and relaxation.
Burn dried feverfew leaves as part of a cleansing ritual. Visualize the smoke purifying your energy and the energy of your space. You can also sprinkle dried feverfew around the perimeter of your home to create a protective barrier.
Drink a cup of feverfew tea before engaging in divination practices, such as tarot readings or scrying. The herb's calming properties may help to enhance your intuition and spiritual connection.
Place a few sprigs of feverfew on your altar as an offering to your spirit guides or other deities. As you light candles or incense, focus your intention on connecting with your spiritual allies and receiving their guidance and support.
Chakra: Third Eye
Zodiac: All Zodiac Signs
Deities: Apollo, Brigid, Hecate, and Artemis
How to Use in a Spell or Ritual:
Clearing and Healing Ritual with Feverfew
- Dried feverfew leaves or fresh feverfew
- A small bowl
- A white or purple candle
- A lighter or matches
- A piece of paper and a pen
- A small pouch or bag
Find a quiet and peaceful space where you can perform the ritual without any interruptions.
Begin by lighting the candle and setting your intention for the ritual. Take a few deep breaths to center and ground yourself.
Take the piece of paper and write down any negative thoughts or feelings that you would like to release. Once you have finished writing, fold the paper and place it in the small bowl.
Take the feverfew leaves or flowers and place them in the bowl with the piece of paper. As you do this, visualize the feverfew absorbing any negative energy from the paper and transforming it into positive energy.
Light the feverfew and paper with the candle flame, and watch as they burn down to ashes. As you do this, visualize the negative energy being released and transformed into positive energy.
Once the paper and feverfew have completely burned down, take the ashes and place them in the small pouch or bag. This will serve as a reminder of the positive transformation that has taken place.
Close the ritual by blowing out the candle and thanking any deities or spirits that you may have called upon.
This ritual is designed to help release negative energy and promote healing and positivity. The feverfew is used to promote clarity of thought and enhance spiritual awareness, while the candle flame serves as a symbol of transformation and renewal. By performing this ritual with intention and focus, you can clear away negative energy and invite positive energy into your life.
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Herbs can be used to make sachets, incense mixtures, bath teas and more! Make sure you do your research before using any herb to make sure they are safe for the purpose you intend. We are not responsible for what you do with your herbs once they are in your hands.
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