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    Magical Mugwort 🌿🌞🍃 .
Common Mugwort - Artemisia vulgaris-  is one of the most popular plants commonly found in Europe, most of Asia, Algeria and Tunisia. As a dragged-on species, it also spread to North America and other parts of the world. Mugwort affects digestion and liver function, it's also valued for its calming effect. Since the ancient times the mugwort has been highly respected and believed in its magical powers. This plant was used to strip off snakes and to protect against rabies. The Slavs used its characteristic smell in herbal incenses, which cleaned the air of evil powers, and burning it in the fire was to ward off clouds and storms. The mugwort was present not only in the culture of the Slavs, but also the Celts, Germans and Balts as a plant protecting against evil spells.
It's also very valuble herb for human health. Thanks to the bioactive substances it contains, the mugwort supports digestive processes by affecting the secretion of bile and digestive juices.
It helps relieve gastrointestinal complaints such as bloating, indigestion and constipation, and supports liver function. It also alleviates menstrual pain and helps you relax. Mugwort has a positive effect on the skin and mucous membranes 🍃 .
This year I've already collected a few jars of dried mugwort for tea and made few smudge sticks for cleansing 🌿 .
Do you like mugwort and its magical and healthy properties? 🧡
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#mugwort #herb #herbs #herbology #herbalwitch #herbwitch #health #greenwitch #mortar #pestle #smudgestick #herbknife #herbjars #herbsupplies #hedgewitch #witch #witchesofinstagram #witchessociety #witchcraft #witchery #harvest #magicalherbs #incense #slavic #pagan

    Magical Mugwort 🌿🌞🍃 .
    Common Mugwort - Artemisia vulgaris- is one of the most popular plants commonly found in Europe, most of Asia, Algeria and Tunisia. As a dragged-on species, it also spread to North America and other parts of the world. Mugwort affects digestion and liver function, it's also valued for its calming effect. Since the ancient times the mugwort has been highly respected and believed in its magical powers. This plant was used to strip off snakes and to protect against rabies. The Slavs used its characteristic smell in herbal incenses, which cleaned the air of evil powers, and burning it in the fire was to ward off clouds and storms. The mugwort was present not only in the culture of the Slavs, but also the Celts, Germans and Balts as a plant protecting against evil spells.
    It's also very valuble herb for human health. Thanks to the bioactive substances it contains, the mugwort supports digestive processes by affecting the secretion of bile and digestive juices.
    It helps relieve gastrointestinal complaints such as bloating, indigestion and constipation, and supports liver function. It also alleviates menstrual pain and helps you relax. Mugwort has a positive effect on the skin and mucous membranes 🍃 .
    This year I've already collected a few jars of dried mugwort for tea and made few smudge sticks for cleansing 🌿 .
    Do you like mugwort and its magical and healthy properties? 🧡
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    #mugwort #herb #herbs #herbology #herbalwitch #herbwitch #health #greenwitch #mortar #pestle #smudgestick #herbknife #herbjars #herbsupplies #hedgewitch #witch #witchesofinstagram #witchessociety #witchcraft #witchery #harvest #magicalherbs #incense #slavic #pagan

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    Another story about the Noonwraith - a demon formed from a fiancée who died before, during or just after her wedding. Well, not only those working in the field at noon should be afraid of these demon, also the children were not safe, and these were by Noonwraith especially hated. Probably because she had never lived through her would-be marriage, so she was jealous of those who had happily married and had children. The Demon loved to abduct playing on the fields offspring from their parents. She threw children playing at noon into big hemp sacks, which she carried on her backs, and then she ate them or buried them alive. It also happened that she kidnapped newborn babies left alone in the cradles in the yard or garden. In milder cases, she could also bring blindness to the child, or simply move it to another distant place, from where the lost child looked for the way back home for hours.
Is there any way to protect children from the Noonwraith? And the answer is - yes it is! The simplest possible - keep your children out of the midday sun, it's best to offer them some treats or refreshments and keep the babies at home or in a shady place. To this day, it is usually in kindergartens and homes to give afternoon tea at noon to take children for a moment out of playing outside, and at the same time protect them from being in the fields, where the Noonwraith was hunting for her victims...🌾🌞🌻 .
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#noonwraith #poludnica #południca #slavic #slaviclegend #demon #wraith #bane #whitedress #slavicdemon #slavicmythology #pagan #redhead #field #noon #wheatfield #summer #summerwitch #flowerwreath #sickle #polishdemon #thewitcher #bride #fiancee #slavicpagan #slavicwitch #sun

    Another story about the Noonwraith - a demon formed from a fiancée who died before, during or just after her wedding. Well, not only those working in the field at noon should be afraid of these demon, also the children were not safe, and these were by Noonwraith especially hated. Probably because she had never lived through her would-be marriage, so she was jealous of those who had happily married and had children. The Demon loved to abduct playing on the fields offspring from their parents. She threw children playing at noon into big hemp sacks, which she carried on her backs, and then she ate them or buried them alive. It also happened that she kidnapped newborn babies left alone in the cradles in the yard or garden. In milder cases, she could also bring blindness to the child, or simply move it to another distant place, from where the lost child looked for the way back home for hours.
    Is there any way to protect children from the Noonwraith? And the answer is - yes it is! The simplest possible - keep your children out of the midday sun, it's best to offer them some treats or refreshments and keep the babies at home or in a shady place. To this day, it is usually in kindergartens and homes to give afternoon tea at noon to take children for a moment out of playing outside, and at the same time protect them from being in the fields, where the Noonwraith was hunting for her victims...🌾🌞🌻 .
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    #noonwraith #poludnica #południca #slavic #slaviclegend #demon #wraith #bane #whitedress #slavicdemon #slavicmythology #pagan #redhead #field #noon #wheatfield #summer #summerwitch #flowerwreath #sickle #polishdemon #thewitcher #bride #fiancee #slavicpagan #slavicwitch #sun

    1,675 21 12 August, 2019