Now that we've learned about the magickal and medicinal properties of Nettle, let's look at some practical tea recipes to add into our routines.
Nettle is very much a mothering herb. She teaches us to respect the world around us, to slow down, and to really get to know the plants we seek. And she bites us if we are too rash, overly familiar, or not paying attention to what our plant allies are telling us. Protection and Boundaries. At the same time she is nourishing, one of the most nutritive plants we come across. Healing and Love. Let’s not forget that mothers are also resilient, keeping a clean home and multiplying anything that is brought to them. Inner Strength, Purification, and Abundance. Keep reading to learn even more about Nettle and all of her magickal and medicinal attributes, including history, holistic uses, and simple spells.
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Twenty second tiny tincture recipe. It really is that easy. Yarrow is an awesome first aid herbal to have on hand for bleeding and other urgent situations.
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Fir Tree Cough Syrup Two Ways. It doesn't matter if you're new to the craft or an experienced witch, you can do this.