Mugwort 25g


Mugwort grows around the world, and so many cultures have different uses for it. The Aztecs considered Mugwort a sacred plant and used it for incense. In modern witchcraft it is used primarily as a visionary herb. In witchcraft traditions, it has long been used to induce and amplify lucid dreaming, for astral projection, and to enhance psychic powers. When placed in a pouch under a pillow, the dried flowering tops of the plant are said to promote vivid dreams. Native Americans also burned Mugwort to purify the spiritual and physical environment around them. In ancient China, Japan, and Europe, people would use the weed to ward off evil spirits. A herb of the Goddess as Crone, Mugwort encourages wisdom and observation. When paired with any other divinatory method, Mugwort is an excellent helper for confronting difficult truths. It is said to protect against mischievous elves and evil spirits and was used in anti-daemonic spells, particularly at the beginning of the year or at winter solstice. Wormwood was also sprinkled around the house or hung above the windows and doors to ward off evil spirits and disease. Correspondences include Feminine, Moon and Earth and the chakra third eye.