Organic Hawthorn Flower & Leaves c/s kosher/organic
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Hawthorn Leaf & Flower Cut/sifted/organic/kosher 1 Oz in black herb tin Ruling Planet- Mars -Beltane/Samhain festivals - Honoring Vardea -Healing the heart and emotional pain 🌿Hawthorne Berry, Leaves & Flowers🌿 Gods associated with this tree are Belenus, Cardea, the White Goddess, Hymen, Maia, and Flora. It is considered masculine, associated with Mars and fire. Hawthorne is a sacred tree in many Pagan religions. The blossoms, called May Flowers, are used in spring celebrations. The May Pole is traditionally made of hawthorn or decorated with Hawthorne flowers. As the tree is sacred to fairies, one must ask permission before taking the blooms or sprigs and must certainly leave an offering when cutting down a whole tree. Placed around doors and windows, hawthorn will prevent people from entering your home in an astral state. It will also prevent spirits from entering a place. Planting Hawthorne around other trees, or near your home is said to protect them from lightning strikes. Planting it as a hedge around your home will keep out unfriendly spirits. Adding hawthorne to an amulet will protect you from spirits and harmful magic. Thorns can be used to mark wax, to write with magical ink, or to fix something for magical purposes. The phrase “by Oak, Ash and Thorn” referred to Hawthorne (the Thorn part) used in blessing and ritual. These three trees were considered portals to the realm of the fae. Hawthorne is associated with love, marriage, health, fertility, chastity, protection and death. As a flower essence, Hawthorn helps open the heart to giving and receiving love, and can help in healing heartache. It encourages self-love and self-acceptance. As with many heart-acting energy remedies, hawthorn helps us to develop courage. Hawthorne flower essence is also used for helping someone come into their strength and power and for calming a type A personality. Hawthorn as a Gateway to the Otherworld. In the lore of many tales specific to the Celtic Isles, hawthorn is a gateway tree; that which holds a doorway between our realm and the fairy realm. Teas: To create teas (infusions and decoctions) from the hawthorn, use the leaves and flowers or de-seeded berries. For a strong medicine, pour boiling water over the leaves and flowers, seep for 10-20 min, and drink (with honey, if you’d like!). For the berries, bring water to a boil, add berries, and boil covered for at least 20 min (depending on if they are whole or smashed prior to drying).