Spirituality, mysticism, medicinal uses and meanings

TOXIC when raw!

Names: Artemisia vulgaris,  felon herb, chrysanthemum weed, wild wormwood, old Uncle Henry, sailor’s tobacco, naughty man, old man, St. John’s plant
Element: Earth
Gender: Feminine
Mystical Characteristics: Psychic Powers, Protection, Healing, Fertility, Sleep

Uses: Mugwort is used to exorcise an area of evil and disease and can be placed/hung above the door to protect the house. Can be worn and carried as a talisman for lust and fertility.Place mugwort next to the bed to help with astral projection. An infusion of mugwort can be used for cleaning ritual tools, crystal balls and magic mirrors, as well as its leaves placed around the base of the crystal ball, to help with divination. Mugwort inside the pillow can help with prophetic dreams. A good alternative to sage for smudging and cleansing.