Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Fairy Herbs~

Fairy Herbs~
Faeries siting watch humans
with her herbs to made sure they
do the right way of using them.
In this post today my dear Friends & Followers I have some Ideas on Fairy Herbs!  I have always been curious about what how these herbs can sometimes help humans and other times  can be harmful. So sit back with a warm cup of coffee or tea and enjoy the story. It is said that the fairies are quite skilled with healing powers the herbs that they use. Some of these herbs that they use, will share with the humans, but only the ones that are kind to them especially if they look after their fairy infants. 
In Russia, it is the Rusaika who offers this knowledge! It is said that some of these faerie healers attribute their experience to inter-breeding with faerie folk generation centuries ago. Knowledge was not only given  to the humans of which plants were use, they also were told when they should be harvest by the Fae. 
They seem to gather the herbs mostly at midnight when it was the safest time of the 24-hour period of an day, also they Fae liked this time because of the dew is covering the plants or at dawn. It seems to make the herbs more magick of sorts. The faeries also would be heard to look for herbs during the time near midsummer solstice too. This was a very important time for  the Fae bothe faerie and elves. Making the right selection of rose or flower petals and roots of plants are very important and the gift of the fairies would be to see one sitting upon a toadstool where you might be looking for herbs. However, if yu break a branch from the wrong tree or use a herb incorrectly and you may be struck down on that very spot where the faerie was sitting and you will never see a Fae again.
Here are a few of the different Kinda Faerie Herbs that will either protect you or if used incorrectly will you know what will happen!
Rue- This herb makes British and Persian Faeries alike powerless; Whey? Well I will tell you why! Grasp two handfuls to escape their world to wear the dried leave of this herb Rue in a little bag around your neck; this should get you out of their realm if you want this. Another 
trick, indoors with the herb Rue is to rub the floors with it to send any spirits flying away. Also Rue is used medicinally to strengthen the eyesight, of humans though there are no reports stated whether it brings fairy worlds into focus for humans. 
Wormwood~ This herb is found in the shade, and is one of the most important herbs  of the Fae's ointments. It is used to put an enchantment spell onto a human or to remove the enchantment spell on the humans. The herb can be consumed but if eaten to much of his herb it can cause to much stimulate to the brain. Some have said who have taken too much of the herb Wormwood stimulate the world will turn blue, then yellow. They have said that the herb Wormwood in one of the ingredients of La fee' Verde Absinthe, its fameist for its narcotic like effects. The herb was known to repel Evil some say. Faeries are said to fear this herb wormwood and would fly away as soon as they would see it in the woods.
Its repelling properties is most popularly expressed in it s folks used as a worm and flee the tonic. Who would carry a sprig in their pocket at night to insure safe passage through the dark woods, especially in Russia, where it is supremely effective against the Rusalka. 
Wild Thyme~  If you every gather the wild thyme! from the side of a faery hill an d wear a sprig or use the tops in a potion that enables you to watch the faery world, especially if you sleep out! When placed under the pillow, it keeps away the night mare- night this be related to its use as a respiratory tonic and to relieve muscle spasms? Medicinally it is valued for anti ageing properties too.
Wood Sorrel~ This fairy herb is used in Fairy and Elf spells, it could be because of its triple leafed habit. In the 19th century this herb had magick properties that were co-opted to the 
Christian Trinity, though it retains the nickname FairyBells. Interesting Eh!
Yarrow~ The Yarrow Herb is an protective herb plant against fairy glamor and a potent wound healer too. It will also help with speeding recovery too! It cannot be harmful with supernatural forces, miraculously until midwinter. Also its good to hang over the cradle for human babies to give them powers of prediction and is used in love divination. At the Harvest at noon on a sunny day near a full moon for concentrated potency is the only way this herb will work its best.
StitchWort~  This herb if picked may caused you to be pixie - led warn people in Devon England Since it is a plant considered, special by fairies.
Elecampane~ This herb has a aromatic root, that is an active very active and used by the fairy world and their magick. Other names for this herb include are 'Elf Dock and Elf Wort. It Grows or is Scatter around the home if you fancy drawing the little fairy one in your home. Also elves have also have a fondness for the lavender herb, or elf leaf as they world call it. 
Ground Ivy~`Well the Ground Ivy is called Lady Wilde , some say. And that it ground ivy safeguards against spirits and is a cure for many fairy ills. 
Clover~ The Clover Well many of fairy love this herb why because this plant is also know as the shamrock and the Tom Thumbs which gain some of its supernatural powers in the weather prediction and fairy love. From the sacred to not so sacred. If you are lucky to find a four -leaf clover of even better a five-leaf cover make a wish, place it in a hat or behind your ear and your will see faeries some have said.
Similarly if you contact an ointment of an four - leaf clover or an amulet containing  a clover and seven grains of wheat. Clasp a clasp a clover also to extinguish fairy glamor. You must be very wary about faulty herbs of the Clover - the old leafed clovers have a most potency when you stumbled across one of these rare herbs rather than activity sought out and those who carry a clover are considered fair game for fairy enchantment.
Mugwort~ The Mugwort is an charm herb plant, which if placed in the shoes during journeys and famously worn proudly in the Isle of Man. Scene of much fairy lore, on the national day, July 4. Mermaids love this plant and will occasionally used in a similar way to the herb wormwood. I hope that You all Enjoyed the Fairy Herb Post  my Dear 
Friends & Followers 
Love you all my dears 
YOUR WENDY 








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