Metaphysical Properties Of Hydrangea Root
Official Name: Hydrangea arborescens
Other Names: Seven Barks
Metaphysical Powers: Deconstructing Challenging Karmic Patterns, Protection, Redirecting Curses and Psychic Attacks, Restructuring Energy Field
Common Magickal Uses and Folklore of Hydrangea Root
- Hex-breaking, love drawing, bringing back a lover, fidelity, and binding.
- Use hydrangea to un-hex by carrying, scattering around the home, or burning.
- It also stands for friendship, devotion, and understanding.
- Used to create magical boundaries when planted on your property
- used for deconstructing Challenging Karmic Patterns, Protection, Redirecting Curses and Psychic Attacks, Restructuring Energy Field.
This flower has a deep connection to water to help with Psychic awareness, so it is an ally to those of us called psychic, intuitive, or spiritually sensitive. Hydrangea is especially significant to use for shielding and protection. It can also be used for Boundaries, Deconstructing Challenging Karmic Patterns, Hex Breaking, Protection, Redirecting Curses and Psychic Attacks, Restructuring Energy Field. The hydrangea is number 11 in numerology. It’s a number that signifies mystical awareness and the balance between good and evil.
Even though hydrangea is a poisonous plant, it’s used as a tea in Japan and Korea. It is said to provide health benefits like autoimmune disorders and give your immune system a boost. It also treats enlarged prostate, malaria, kidney stones, baldness, and blood sugar imbalance.
Scattering Hydrangea Root in the corners of your home (away from the reach of any pets) can create a protective ward. Ritual use of Hydrangea Root to break hexes is a common use, a spell to break or block psychic attacks is another use for Hydrangea Root. Hydrangea Root can be used in spells to both deflect or contain energies, this makes Hydrangea Root a great herb choice when doing any bindings or restricting energy flows.
Warning: Every part of the hydrangea is poisonous