Fever few

Fever Few

Uncover Hidden Herbs meanings

Feverfew, also called Featherfoil, Rainfam, wild Quinine, Featherfoil, Bachelor's Button and Flirtwort, is an herbal medicine that has a reputation for magic.

It originated in Eurasia and is now widely grown in Europe, North America, the Mediterranean, and Chile.

It is of feminine gender and is associated with the power of the planet Venus and with the element Water. Feverfew is considered a powerful protection herb and is known for preventing accidents. Mix the leaves and flowers with Hyssop and Rosemary, put this into a flannel bag for this purpose.

Feverfew seeds will:

  • Protect from accidents.
  • Love.

Clumsy and accident-prone people are also advised to carry Feverfew in order to protect them from harm. Place a St. Christopher Medal, Feverfew and Comfrey Root in a bag and put this in the glove compartment or on the rear-view mirror to prevent accidents while driving.

The bag should be anointed with Oil, Van Van, if possible. If you believe that your enemy has put an Accident-Prone causing spell on you, make a tea with feverfew and bathe in it to get rid of the spell. Wear it around your neck or carry it in your pocket, purse or suitcase to prevent sickness, injury and accidents. Place Feverfew plants near your home to protect your property from negativity.

Combine with other herbs in a sachet, charm or spell to banish unwanted influences, promote spiritual healing and for meditation, relaxation and love magick. Make tea with Feverfew and drink it to protect from colds, flu, and fever. It is used to treat migraine headaches.

Make potion by cutting the stems into small pieces and adding it into boiling water. Turn off the heat and allow it to steep for five minutes and strain. This potion could be used to cleanse magical tools and purify an area of negativity. The potion may also be used as a love potion. Mist a love letter with the potion before sending it.

By Florance Saul
Aug 29, 2012