Uncover Hidden Herbs meanings

Agrimony has long been noted as a domestic herb and is particularly popular with uncrossing work. It is used in protection mojo bags and to send back hexes.

Throughout history, it has long been known to have significant health properties. Agrimony is also known as church steeples, cockeburr, sticklewort, and philanthropos.

It is fairly abundant throughout the English countryside and can usually be found on hedge-banks and near fields. This plant has slender spikes of yellow flowers, which are small, numerous, egg-shaped and have a spicy odor similar to that of apricots. The body of the plant has a very attractive deep green color and is always covered in small hair-like fibers. It has a faint aromatic scent from its tip to its roots.

Agrimony will help to

  • Breaks spells.
  • Remove jinxes.
  • Turn back the evil eye.

Medical uses

The herb’s dried leaves and flowers were once used to add a peculiar flavor and aroma to tea. On a more exotic note, they were also used as a major ingredient for several spring drinks which acted as purifiers of the blood. 

Magical uses

It is also said this herb is to be used to counter curses, turn back jinxes, and undo roots that have already been laid. Depending on which ingredients it is combined with, it may have several different effects.When mixed with slippery elm bark, it supposedly breaks spells which are designed to trouble your love-life. When it is combined with rue, it is said to turn back the effects of the evil eye. It is also added to salt to unmake hexes and witchcraft. As such, agrimony is one of the best herbs to have around the house, just in case you need to do some general uncrossing work.

By Florance Saul
Aug 29, 2012