Lavender magical properties – a flower of friendship and harmony. While lavender is often includes in love spells, it always helps to strengthen the bonds of friendship. Used to help with sleep and rest and are also helpful in centering the mind for scrying. Worn to attract a new man or as protection from a cruel spouse. Lavender is a flower that represents purity, devotion, peace, and calmness. While this lovely flower is still widely planted in gardens, contemporary medicine has mostly forgotten about its spiritual and therapeutic powers.
Lavender has been used in love spells and sachets for a long time. Love is attracted to clothing adorned with fragrant flowers (or lavender placed in drawers with clothes). Writing love notes on a piece of paper that has been rubbed with lavender is a great idea. The aroma of lavender attracted men in particular, and prostitutes wore lavender water or essential oil to both advertise their occupation and attract (via magic) customers several centuries ago. If worn, lavender also protects against unkind behavior from a spouse.
These flowers are also burned or smouldered to help people sleep and relax, and they’re spread throughout the house to keep it calm. The plant is so powerful that if a depressed person gazes at it, all grief would go and a joyful feeling will overtake the spectator. Lavender has a scent that promotes longevity, thus it should be smelt as often as possible if this is a problem.
Lavender is also used to make therapeutic concoctions, to see ghosts, and to ward off the evil eye. Purification baths contain it.
History of Lavender
Lavender has been used for a variety of purposes throughout history, including cough treatment, culinary usage, halting spasms, as an anti-bacterial, cosmetics, anti-septic, flatulence relief, as a stimulant, perfumes, warding off bad or negative energy, and for its sweet aroma.
Lavender bundles were supposed to be given to mothers in childbirth to assist relieve pain and squeeze during contractions.
Clothes were strewn across lavender bushes to dry after being washed in streams or rivers. This not only made the garments smell great, but it also worked as an insect repellent.
On St. John’s Day in Spain, lavender was tossed upon church floors or burned in a bonfire to ward off any evil spirits.
Lavender was a favorite of Queen Elizabeth I of England. To avoid headaches, she drank lavender tea every day, kept vases full of fresh lavender, and even ordered that lavender be sprinkled throughout the castle. That must have smelled wonderful!
– Lavender flowers are frequently used to promote love, healing, and inner peace.
– It is burned as an offering during Litha.
– It can be burned, strewn throughout a room, or used in a bath for purification, stress release, and anger management.
– It is thought that fey, particularly elves, enjoy it. It can also help you communicate with spirits by increasing your sensitivity to other entities.
– Protection: Worn to guard against abuse, psychological protection, nightmare protection, trip protection, and so on.
– Grown in gardens as a good luck charm.
– Lavender bundles were traditionally given to women during childbirth to bring courage and strength.
– It’s occasionally used to make spells more powerful and last longer.
– Common applications include cleansing and consecration, happiness, healing, love, serenity, and protection.
Lavender is a perennial herb that is native to Mediterranean regions and belongs to the mint family. Lavender comes in 450 different types, divided into 45 separate species. English, French, and Spanish are among the most popular.
Lavender gets its name from the Latin word “lavare,” which literally means “to cleanse.” Given its natural antibacterial, antifungal, and antimicrobial capabilities, this is an apt name. It not only calms you down during a deep clean, but it also gets the job done!
Summer Solstice is a time to celebrate the arrival of summer.
Lavender is a lovely way to commemorate the Summer Solstice’s joyous days. To keep negative energy at bay and ensure a prosperous year, toss some sprigs onto a bonfire.
Include sex, fertility, love, insight, healing, or ties to the universe in any Summer Solstice rites.