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Tansy magical properties

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Tansy magical properties – Tansy was traditionally used as a protection herb. The stable doors would be safer for the animals if something was put above them. You may prevent lightning and thunder by planting this around your home. Smudging children with incense prepared from this herb was done to ensure their safety and purification.

Aids in the transition of souls to the next life. An appropriate sacrifice for those who worship the darker Goddesses. Put some loose tansy in a bag or pouch and hang it by the door to keep sickness out. You can get rid of the disease or pain by burning the tansy after it has done its job. Add more dried tansy to the bag.

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Tansy magical properties – Tansy was traditionally used as a protection herb. The stable doors would be safer for the animals if something was put above them. You may prevent lightning and thunder by planting this around your home. Smudging children with incense prepared from this herb was done to ensure their safety and purification.

The Greek word Athanaton, meaning “immortal,” may have been the inspiration for this plant’s name. In mythology, Ganymede was granted eternal life by receiving this item.

In the past, tansy was employed as a means of meat preservation and embalming. Because of its ability to ward off pests, it was also utilized as a strewing herb. Tansy flowers, used as a funeral herb, were laid on top of the body to symbolize eternal life. Funeral wreaths made of tansy are an appropriate gesture of respect.

Aids in the transition of souls to the next life. An appropriate sacrifice for those who worship the darker Goddesses. Put some loose tansy in a bag or pouch and hang it by the door to keep sickness out. You can get rid of the disease or pain by burning the tansy after it has done its job. Add more dried tansy to the bag.

Use of tansy should be avoided by pregnant women. The usage of tansy for more than a short time should be avoided. Tansy should not be confused with tansy ragwort, which features ray blooms and smooth, toothless leaves. Like tansy, tansy ragwort is toxic, but it’s much more so than tansy. In our experience, it is best to use tansy only as a magical herb and do not ingest.