VIOLET LEAF and its Magical Properties
– Calms the nerves, draws prophetic dreams and visions, stimulates creativity, and promotes peace & tranquility. Violet leaf provides protection from all evil. Used for love and romance work and to heal a broken heart.
Violets have always denoted the most feminine of magics, from Greek and Roman times to Christianity. These small purple blooms should be poking their heads out depending on where you reside on the planet. Violets, which may be found in both cities and rural areas, have long been misunderstood as weeds when they are so much more.
The following are the most common wild violet stories:
Violets grew where drops of his blood fell when he was murdered, according to Attis.
Io: the woman transformed into a cow to flee Hera’s wrath, her tears sprouting violets.
And there’s the story of how when Hades first encountered Persephone, she was gathering violets, according to the tale.
Violets are usually associated with humility, modesty, and shyness in Christianity. If you’ve ever heard the phrase “shrinking violet,” this is where it comes from.
If you dream of violets, it is stated that your life will soon change. Put violets under your pillow to improve your divination and prophetic dreams. Protection, healing (particularly after a breakup), money, wishes, faithfulness, and peace are among spells that violets are used in.
Washing your face with violets steeped in goat’s milk was a traditional practice to boost a woman’s beauty and charm potential partners, according to an old Scottish poem gathered in the 18th century:
“Anoint thy face with goat’s milk infused with violets, and there isn’t a young prince on the face of the earth who wouldn’t be enchanted by thy beauty.”
Violet is widely utilized in American folklore and African-American conjuring to attract new love or to soothe heartbreak. (Violets are known as heart’s ease for this reason.) It is stated that putting violet leaves in your right shoe and wearing it for seven days would bring you new love. Bathe in a violet infusion for 9 days to help with heartbreak. Since it is the leaf of the violet that is most often used in hoodoo, this makes it easier to harvest and keep on hand. While the flowers usually only appear in Spring, the leaves remain green and ready for picking throughout the entire growing season and return every year.