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The best herbs for smudge: from mugwort to white sage

Smudge is one of the most important ways to purify an environment, make a home safe, and ward off negative energies. In this new article, we will try to discover some of the most used herbs to create an effective smudge stick. What is a smudge? Smudge sticks are...

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The best herbs for smudge: from mugwort to white sage

The best herbs for smudge: from mugwort to white sage

Smudge is one of the most important ways to purify an environment, make a home safe, and ward off negative energies. In this new article, we will try to discover some of the most used herbs to create an effective smudge stick. What is a smudge? Smudge sticks are natural incense created using dried leaves and flowers assembled. Indigenous peoples and shamans use the smudge stick for purification rituals of environments, objects, or people. Smudging is therefore a real healing and purification...

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Poisonous herbs and plants: from aconite to yew

Poisonous herbs and plants: from aconite to yew

Magical plants, relaxing plants, calming plants, plants for winter. We talked about all these types of herbs in previous articles, and what about poisonous plants? What are those plants and herbs to which we must pay particular attention to avoid intoxication? Or perhaps even in our untimely end? In this new article, we will explore some of those plants that should not be ingested, drunk, and sometimes not even touched. Botany for beginners (like me) By definition, botany is that branch of the...

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Calming herbs and plants: from ashwagandha to rhodiola

Calming herbs and plants: from ashwagandha to rhodiola

Often to find the right inner balance we need the help of calming plants and herbs. The greatest support comes from Nature so we do not get lost in the frenetic folds of our daily lives. Now take a few moments for yourself, sit back, sip some light tea, and get ready to read this new article. Floriculture The word floriculture defines the art of growing flowers or plants for pleasure, ornamentation, or commerce. The shape of flowers, their bright colors, the beauty of the petals, and the scent...

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Calming herbs and plants: from ashwagandha to rhodiola

Magical herbs and plants: winter enchantment

The winter holiday season can bring its fair share of agitation and melancholy. Finding the right gift, attending family dinners, going around the shops: it may not seem like it, but all these events can be a source of stress, in a period in which we would just stay warm and find inner serenity. In this new article, I will recommend some plants to live the winter more peacefully. Plants for the winter Winter is a suggestive season. Most of the trees lose their leaves, the outline branches rise...

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Calming herbs and plants: from hawthorn to linden

Calming herbs and plants: from hawthorn to linden

The world is full of plants that help us deal with the most stressful moments in life. In this new article, we talk once again about plants and herbs capable of relaxing the nerves. Once again we emphasize their traditional uses, their mystical powers, and medicinal use. Phytotherapy How man, over time, has chosen to use herbs and plants is manifold. We cook them and prepare pills, infusions, and liqueurs. We chop them up and create powders and medicinal oils. Phytotherapy is one of the many...

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Calming herbs and plants: from lavender to hypericum

Calming herbs and plants: from lavender to hypericum

The search and discovery of magical herbs and plants continue. Properties, traditional uses, and use in popular medicine of what Nature gives us; an appointment with the most effective calming plants as protagonists. Herbal medicine Herbal medicine is the science that deals with the collection of spontaneous or cultivated plants, as well as with the preparation and trade of the respective extracts used in medicine, liqueur, perfumery, and confectionery industries. As we have already said in...

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Magical herbs and plants: from willow to vervain

Magical herbs and plants: from willow to vervain

Herbs and healing plants are part of our daily life. Think of all the varieties of tea that we can make from it or the various extracts with which it is possible to create creams and ointments. In this third appointment, we continue our exploration of the mystical properties of herbs and plants, and their uses in popular tradition. The role of the apothecary A figure that has gradually developed in conjunction with the witch is that of the apothecary. In his shop, he dealt with the preparation...

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Magical herbs and plants: from mandrake to rue

Magical herbs and plants: from mandrake to rue

In the previous article (Magical herbs and plants: from fir to heather) I laid the first foundations of the magical and mysterious world of healing plants and herbs, which have always played a fundamental role in human development and innovation. Over time, the medicinal use of plants has often been confused with witchcraft, counted among all those supernatural arts that required a good dose of superstition and fear. In this new article, we will continue to explore the significance of some...

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Magical herbs and plants: from fir to heather

Magical herbs and plants: from fir to heather

In the course of human growth, plants have always played a very important role. Poisonous or curative, dear friends or fearsome, they have accompanied man in his self-discovery, like faithful allies. Tradition says that some plants and flowers are more special than others due to their magical properties. In today's article, we will discover some of these plants, their properties, and their possible mystical use. In traditions It is impossible to know for sure how long plants have been part of...

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