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Anise Seed

Anise Seed

Botanical Name

Pimpinella anisum

 

Usual Origin(s)

Syria, Turkey

 

Description

True anise seeds (also spelled aniseed), not to be confused with star anise. These small, brown seeds are about 3-4mm in length. Anise seeds have a characteristic, licorice-like flavor.

 

Folk Names

Anneys, Aniseseed, Yanisin, Sweet Cumin

 

Gender

Masculine

 

Planet

Jupiter

 

Element

Air

 

Deity

Hecate

 

Powers

Protection, Purification, Youth

 

Magical Uses

Fill a small pillowcase with anise seeds and sleep on it. This will ensure that you have no nightmares. Use in protection and meditation in senses. Fresh anise leaves placed in a room will drive off evil, and they are sometimes placed around the magic circle to protect the magician from evil spirits. It also averts the evil eye. Anise seed is also used in purification baths, especially with bay leaves. It is used to call forth spirits to aid in magical operations, and a sprig hung on the bedpost will restore lost youth.

 

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