Uncover Hidden Herbs meanings
Fennel, also known as large Fennel, sweet Fennel and wild Fennel, is a biennial or perennial herb that can be found in the Mediterranean area, Asia Minor, the United States and Europe.
It is used in cooking as a seasoning. It originated in the Mediterranean and was used by the ancient Egyptians.
Fennel seeds will:
- Help with overcoming addiction
- Times of need.
- Breaking bad habits
- Clairvoyance work
- Mental powers
- Psychic powers
Fennel seed was one of the ingredients mentioned in Eber's Papyrus, which is the oldest known complete medical textbook in existence. In herbal medicine, it is used to nourish the kidney and is known to increase sexual energy and enhance fertility. It is a masculine plant and is associated with the power of the planet Venus, the god Prometheus and the element Fire.
Fennel seeds are is suppose to be protective, specifically, it has can remove unwanted people or authorities such as the police, the tax department and other government agencies. It is said to have the power to keep the law away and people who wish to conduct their businesses in private usually carry a mix of Fennel seeds plus three chips of Cascara Sagrada Bark in a blue flannel bag.
This is then soaked in Law Away Oil. It is also used to prevent curses and to strengthen a woman's courage. Hangover your door together with St. John's Wort to repel evil spirits.
Fennel seeds have also been used in health, purification, influencing others and money. Fennel seed is used to influence others. Fennel seed is also an ingredient in some weight loss spells because of its ability to suppress appetite.
Steep two bags of Fennel seed tea for four to five minutes and let it cool. While waiting, write in a piece of paper the amount of weight you want to lose and place it face down under a white candle. Let it burn for 10 minutes while you envision the new you in your mind and meditate on the ways you are going to achieve your goal. After that, place the paper over the flame and let it burn. Then blow out the candle.
By Flo Saul
Aug 29, 2012