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Agrimony magical properties

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agrimony magickal properties – Used to reverse jinxes, curses, spells, and hexes. Overcoming fear and inner blockages; dispelling negative emotions. Use as a wash or oil to increase the effectiveness of all forms of healing rituals. Used to spellwork to reveal one’s true feelings. Agrimony is used in Voodoo because it is claimed to reverse jinxes, roots, and curses previously set. Agrimony is also a useful complement to healing spells, as it increases their potency. Before commencing spellwork, add it to a ritual bath or soak it to cleanse your equipment.

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AGRIMONY – agrimony magickal properties – Used to reverse jinxes, curses, spells, and hexes. Overcoming fear and inner blockages; dispelling negative emotions. Use as a wash or oil to increase the effectiveness of all forms of healing rituals. Used to spellwork to reveal one’s true feelings. Agrimony is used in Voodoo because it is claimed to reverse jinxes, roots, and curses previously set. It is stated that when used with Slippery Elm Bark, it may dispel spells involving slander and lies perpetrated by backbiting foes who are attempting to disrupt your marriage or love life. Agrimony is one of the greatest herbs for UNCROSSING work in general, whether used alone or in conjunction with other herbs in bathing, burning, sprinkling, or carrying in a mojo bag.

Agrimony is also a useful complement to healing spells, as it increases their potency. Before commencing spellwork, add it to a ritual bath or soak it to cleanse your equipment.

Garclive was the name given to it by the Anglo-Saxons, who used it to treat wounds, skin blemishes, warts, and snakebite. Internal bleeding was treated with a mixture of agrimony, human blood, and mashed frogs in an early herbal medicine.

This plant has been used to negate spells and cure wounds since the Ancient Greeks.

Harvested in Hungary, it is related to the rose. Agrimony has a strong, pleasant aroma that is sometimes likened to apricots but isn’t as sweet, bearing yellow flowers with egg-shaped petals on spikes coming from hairy stalks.

Agrimony has long been thought to have magickal properties, and one of its most prevalent names is ‘fairy’s wand.’ Agrimony was described as a witch’s treatment for those who were ‘elf-shot,’ or suffering inexplicable disease, in an 18th-century Scottish witch trial. In the UK it was a frequent weapon for clever individuals, and it was planted around the farmhouse to ward off bad magic and wicked witches.

To amp up the strength of your protective spells, sprinkle on top of black candle.

Mix with Ginger and Dragon’s Blood resin and burn on charcoal for flaming protection incense.

Anoint a candle with protection oil then roll the candle through dried agrimony to enhance its power.
  • gender: masculine
  • element: air
  • planet: Jupiter
  • deities: Danu, Lugh