Herb of the Week-Purslane - Herb of the Week-Purslane Common names Garden or Green Purslane Purslane Purslane (botanical name, Portulaca oleracea) is an annually growing plant that belongs to the family Portulacaceae. This herb.
Angelica (Angelica archangelica) aka archangel, masterwort Masculine. Sun. Fire. Deity: Venus. Exorcism, Protection, Healing, Visions. Use in all protection and exorcism incenses. Angelica protects in two ways: it creates a barrier against negative energy and fills you with good, radiant energy. Removes curses, hexes, or spells that have been cast against you. Enhances the aura. Gives a joyful outlook on life.
Magickal properties: Ivy is carried by women (and brides) for good luck. Wherever it is grown or strewn, it guards against negativity and disaster. Use ivy in fidelity and love charms. Ivy is magickally paired with Holly.
Rosemary is a symbol of a strong woman. It will clear your mind, improve your memory learning. can be used in herbal baths for cleansing and purification. Hang bundles or a plant growing near your front door. You can also burn it as an incense.
FOXGLOVE: Digitalis purpura AKA: Witches’ Gloves, Faery’s Gloves, Dead Man’s Bells, Faery Thimbles, Folks Gloves Origin: Britain and Europe. Part Used: Leaves, sometimes flowers. Lore: Spots on flowers said to mark where elves have put their fingers. It is said that the favorite places of the Fae are in the woody dells where the Foxglove grows. It is a Druid sacred herb. Magick: Herb of the Underworld. Associated with Faeries. Grow near the home for protection.