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Angelica Root

Angelica Root

Botanical Name

Angelica archangelica

 

Usual Origin(s)

Poland

 

Description

Traditionally root chewed on or brewed into a tea for the immune system. Roots sometimes used in making absinthe.

 

Folk Names

Archangel, Masterwort, Garden Angelica

 

Gender

Masculine

 

Planet

Sun

 

Element

Fire

 

Deity

Venus

 

Powers

Exorcism, Protection, Healing, Visions

 

Magical Uses

Grown, the plant is protective. Use in all protection and exorcism incenses. Sprinkle the four corners of the house with Angelica to ward off evil, or do this around the perimeter of the house. Added to the bath, Angelica removes curses, hexes, and any spells that may have been cast against you. The root was carried in the pocket as a gambling talisman among some American Indian tribes. Angelica is also used in healing instances in mixtures, and smoking the leaves is said to cause visions.

 

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