Good thru January
CHERVIL / Sweet Cicely
Infusion used for flatulence and coughs. Roots have antiseptic action and were used to cure the bites of mad dogs and snakes. Steeped in wine, they were a remedy for consumption
The entire plant is edible its leaves and roots were commonly eaten in salads. The fresh leaves can be used as a sweetener for diabetics, and can be cooked with tart-tasting fruits The seeds can be cooked into cakes and biscuits and used to flavor chartreuse
Chervil comforts the heart and increases a lust for life
Sweet Cicely/ Chervil also aids in the Gift of Sight, in this case the ability to see beauty beneath ugliness, power beneath simplicity, and possibility beneath limitation. It is a useful plant when faced with clients who are living in a swamp of negativity, and you have to find them some hope. Drink in tea or smoke it
ONE OF THE NINE SACRED HERBS OF THE ANGLO-SAXONS
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BLUE LOTUS SUN DRIED Nymphaea caerulea
THE SACRED LILY
Sun Dried Blue Lotus Fades out the pretty blue color but leaves a High Potency Smoking or Tea Quality Herb
When the ancients smoked or drank Blue Lotus after being soaked in water or wine, it was said it acted as an intoxicant.
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