burdock is used for protection and cleansing. String the burdock root into a necklace for protection or the larger pieces can be carved into a protective amulet. Wards off negativity. Often used as an ingredient in creating cleansing washes and scrubs.
Also said to boost the male sex drive and reduce impotency, root doctors would prescribe this to “restore a man’s nature,” meaning to bring back his sexual vitality.
Also known as Bat Weed, Beggar’s Buttons, Cockleburr, and Burrseed.
Burdock is linked to feminine energy, Venus, and the water element. Burdock is utilized in warding off negativity and for general protection in rituals, amulets, and spells. It can be employed in a variety of ways, including potions, ritual baths, incense, and amulets. It’s also good for general health. Carved into a figure, dried and carried or worn as a protective amulet, the root can be carved into a figure, dried and carried or worn as a protective amulet.
Burdock is a weed native to Eurasia, particularly England and Scotland, and an invasive weed in the United States. It grows in wet waste sites, ditches, and along roadsides. It belongs to the thistle family. In July of the second year, purplish blooms develop, followed by spherical prickly seed pods that stick to fur and clothing. Large waxy leaves that resemble rhubarb. The lowermost leaves are heart-shaped, up to a foot long, and downy on the underside, giving them a silvery look. The basal rosette of leaves stays close to the ground the first year, then shoots up a central blossom stalk the second year. The second year, it can reach a height of 3-7 feet.
Burdock Root magical properties
– To make wishes come true, write them on Burdock leaves and burn them.
– Make a cleansing floor wash by steeping Burdock in water (together with Rosemary, Hyssop, and/or Lemon Balm).
– To alleviate impotence and improve male sexual function, infuse Burdock root in oil and produce an ointment.
– Burdock root can be used in warding, hex-breaking, and good luck spells.