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Witchy Pooh's Feverfew Herb For Protection Rituals from Disease and Evil

Witchy Pooh's Feverfew Herb For Protection Rituals from Disease and Evil

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Feverfew: A Herb Steeped in History and Tradition

Feverfew, with its daisy-like blooms and pungent aroma, boasts a rich history deeply intertwined with folklore, medicine, and cultural beliefs. For centuries, this humble herb has been celebrated for its potential benefits, earning it a place in ancient remedies, mystical practices, and even everyday life.

A Journey Through Time:

Ancient Greece: The earliest records of feverfew use trace back to ancient Greece, where it was associated with the goddess Artemis and believed to offer protection from evil spirits and promote physical and mental well-being.

Medieval Europe: Throughout the Middle Ages, feverfew enjoyed widespread use as a natural remedy for fevers, headaches, and various ailments. Its name itself reflects this historical usage, referencing its perceived ability to reduce fevers.

Folklore and Rituals: Across cultures, feverfew found its way into folk remedies, charms, and magical practices. Some believed it could ward off negativity, enhance intuition, and promote spiritual clarity.

Exploring Feverfew's Significance:

While modern science focuses on understanding feverfew's potential benefits for inflammation, pain management, and other health concerns, its historical and cultural significance adds a unique dimension. Consider it not just an herb, but a symbol of resilience, adaptability, and connection to the natural world.

Our ancestors used feverfew to protect against the plague. It was believed that planting it around the house protected the home from disease. Wearing it around the wrist in a braid protected the person from illness and accident. Feverfew is often put in sachets and placed in your purse, travel bag, or glove box for protection. 


  • Feverfew 


  • Herb

Item Form:

  • Loose leaf

    Caffeine Content:

    • Caffeine free

    Scientific name: 

    • Tanacetum parthenium

    Other popular names:

    • Bachelor's buttons
    • Featherfew
    • Midsummer daisy
    • Santa Maria
    • Tanacetum parthenium
    • Wild chamomile


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      • Kraft paper stand up, zipper closure, heat sealed with hanging hole, and viewing window.


      • 1oz Pouch (28g) Dimensions: (5 1/8"x3 1/8"x 8 1/8")
      • Also available by case.

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