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Herbs Growing in Pots

We have a selection which varies from season to season of herbs which are used in magick & healing. They come with growing, macickal & medical instructions.
Attempting to be an amateur doctor is potentially dangerous to your health. This web page is not professional medical advice. Nothing on this website should be considered as a substitute or replacement for professional medical advice. Persons should seek the advice of qualified health providers. Self-medication should not be used as a substitute for professional medical care. Please confirm all self-medication with your doctor or health care professional.
Regrettably these can only be sent by courier in the Gauteng region :(

 
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  Arum Lily in a Pot
Zantedeschia aethiopica
The leaves are mainly used
To treat wounds, sores and boils
It was also applied to parts affected by gout and rheumatism
Boiled rhizomes were sometimes mixed with honey and taken for bronchitis, asthma, heartburn and rheumatism or gargled for a sore throat.
The Flowers are symbolic of Abundance


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  Borage in a pot
Borago officinalis
aka Starflower
A hardy annual with prickly hairs, oval leaves and blue flowers. The stems grow to about 18 inches (46 cm) high.
PART USED: leaves, flowers, seeds
USES: Culinary: Leaves in drinks, salads and cream cheese. Give a cucumber taste. Flowers used the same way and can also be candied.
Medicinal: Externally as eyewash, mouthwash, and poultice. Internally for bronchial, mouth, and throat infections; adrenal tonic, gland balancer, PMS, dry skin .The infusion is used as an eyewash. An infusion is taken internally in the treatment of a range of ailments including fevers, chest problems and kidney problems, THOUGH IT SHOULD NOT BE PRESCRIBED TO PEOPLE WITH LIVER PROBLEMS.
Masculine. Jupiter. Air.
Carrying the fresh blossoms brings courage. The tea will induce your psychic powers
No matter how difficult the times, borage will always lift spirits.


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  Bulbine in a pot
Bulbine frutescens
used for a multitude of ailments mostly related to skin problems. A squeeze of the succulent leaf results in a juice that oozes out which can be smeared on insect bites and stings. It takes away the itching of a mozzie bite almost instantaneously and is used in my house with much success. The juice can also be applied to age marks, eczema, burns, blisters, rashes, itches, cracked lips, fever blisters, cold sores, mouth ulcers, cracked fingers, scrapes, cuts and grazes
Bulbine is prized for the clear gel found in the leaves which contains similar compounds to that of Aloe vera.
This herb will grow where others won't!


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  Celandine (Greater) in a pot
CELANDINE
Chelidonium majus
Celandine is called Devil's Milk.
Masculine, Sun, Fire
Protection, Escaping Entrapments, Happiness
Use when feeling trapped in a undue negative situation, wear as an amulet for protection and happiness.
Medicinally, Promotes bowel movement and relieves constipation
Stimulate the liver and gall bladder, break up obstruction and promote bowel movement. Celandine also has marked anti-viral activity against retrovirus and externally is used for warts.


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  Costmary in a pot
Chrysanthemum balsamita
Perennial Full Sun or Partial Shade
Height: 60 to 90cm. Space: 60 cm apart
Culinary: Leaves have mint like flavor. Add to teas and fruit salads.
Craft: Dried leaves add balsam like fragrance to potpourris and sachets. May be added to bath oils. Fresh stems and leaves may be woven into an herb basket.
Medicinal: Tonic herb.
Bruised leaves used to relieve insect bites and stings.
Costmary is an excellent herb to use in Goddess oriented ritual(s).


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  Echinacea - in a pot
echinacea angustifolia
Powers
Strengthening Spells
Used by American Indians as an offerring to spirits to ensure and strengthen spells
To disinfect wounds and encourage healing, especially in boils, carbuncles and septicaernia; useful in upper respiratory tract infections, including influenza, tonsillitis and pharyngitis. Sipped regularly it combats flu infections. As an alterative in skin conditions like eczema and psoriasis.
Tea of Flowers and herbs used as Immune system booster


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  Elder tree in a pot
Sambucus nigra
The flowers and ripe berries are used medicinally.
Described as a "complete medicine chest," black elder induces perspiration. When you have a feverish cold, take it in the form of a hot drink. Elder also promotes expectoration, which makes it a good treatment for coughing and bronchitis. The pulp of the berry and the freshly pressed juice have a diuretic and laxative effect on the body.
Female, Air, Venus
Exorcism, Protection, Healing,Prosperity, Sleep
Hung over doorways and windows, it keeps evil from the house. Carry Elder to preserve against the temptation to commit adultery.
Seeking knowledge, crone magick


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  Evening Primrose in a pot
Oenothera Biennis
Evening primrose is easily cultivated, it prefers acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) well-drained soils and requires full sun.
The plants are very tall, often 4 to 5 feet or more in height.
Evening Primrose is edible and medicinal and has a long history of use as an alternative medicine . The leaves are cooked and eaten as greens and the roots are said to be sweet succulent and delicious when boiled like potatoes. Flowers are a sweet addition to salads or as a garnish and young seedpods are Steamed.
The bark and the leaves are astringent and sedative. They have proved of use in the treatment of gastro-intestinal disorders, whooping cough and asthma.
A tea made from the roots is used in the treatment of obesity.
A finely ground powder made from the flowering stems is used cosmetically in face-masks to counteract reddened skins.
acne, arthritis, high blood pressure, coronary artery disease, eczema, hormone regulator, hyperactivity, liver damage from alcoholism, menopause symptoms, multiple sclerosis, brittle nails, premenstrual syndrome, rheumatoid arthritis, helps weight loss


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  Feverfew herb in pot
Feverfew
( Chrysanthemum parthenium)
Feminine Venus : Water
Meditation, Relaxation, Protection
Use in Love Poppets
Carry for protection against colds & flu,
also against accidents
Medical use focuses on feverfew to help prevent migraines.+
*Said to be helpful with Delirium Tremens of alcoholism.


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  Garden Mint in a pot
Mentha sachalinensis is known by the common name of garden mint.
A mint julep is traditionally made with four ingredients: mint leaf, bourbon, sugar, and water.
In preparing a mint julep, a fresh mint sprig is used primarily as a garnish, to introduce the flavor and aroma through the nose. If mint leaves are used in the preparation, they should just be very lightly bruised, if at all.
Traditionally, a Mojito is not very strong and made of five ingredients: white rum, sugar (traditionally sugar cane juice), lime juice, sparkling water and mint.


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