Element: Water (or Earth)
Some additional folk names: Arrowroot, Death Flower, Field Hops, Carpenter’s Weed, Devil’s Nettle, Eerie, Militaris, Hundred Leaved Grass, Milfoil, Noble Yarrow, Old Man’s Mustard, Sanguinary, Seven Year’s Love, Snake’s Grass, Soldier’s Woundwort, Tansy, Wound Wort, Yarroway, Stanch Griss, Stanch Weed
Size: 1 ounce
Yarrow Leaf is a premiere herb for divination. Chinese I-Ching uses the stalks of this herb and it’s useful in many spells for wisdom and for tarot readers.
Put a pinch into a white Mojo Bag, perhaps with some other herbs for insight and vision. As examples, Sage, Anise Seed, Rosemary and Cinnamon and some Clarity Powder. Dress this Mojo Hand with Clarity Oil, to help you think and see clearly. Feed the Hand before doing any important readings. You may want to suffumigate the Hand with Clarity Incense, for extra oomph. Yarrow Leaf is an ingredient in Oracle Potion.
Yarrow grants protection to those who carry it and they say it promotes courage. Some use it to bless a marriage, particularly at the wedding, which is where it gets the name Seven Year’s Love.
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