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Metaphysical Properties Of Echinacea Pallida Root

Echinacea Pallida Root

 

Official Name: Echinacea Pallida
Other Names: Pale Purple Coneflower
Gender: Male
Planet: Mars
Zodiac: Scorpio
Element: Earth
Metaphysical Powers: Power, Success, Strengthening of Spells, Money, Healing, Defensive Magic, Protection, Purification

Common Magickal Uses and Folklore of Echinacea Pallida Root

  • The name Echinacea comes from the Greek echinos, which describe the nature of a hedgehog or sea urchin, in reference to the bristly scales of the dried seed head.
  • This is a North American native and was used extensively by the Native American populations for all manner of ailments. The Plains Nations used it more than any other herb
  • Carrying Echinacea will provide inner strength during trying times.
  • It can also be grown around the house or brought into a house and placed in a vase to draw prosperity into the home and protect the family from suffering from poverty.
  • Echinacea is an appropriate flower for offerings, especially to place spirits and river God(dess)es.
  • Including Echinacea in any spell or charm will increase its effectiveness.
  • Echinacea attracts bees and butterflies and small birds enjoy the seeds as winter snacks

The Cheyenne used a decoction (mash fresh plant material, boil for 8-10 minutes, and strain) of the echinacea roots for various medicinal purposes, including as a drink for arthritis, rheumatism, measles, mumps, even smallpox, and as a wash for burns. They infused the roots and leaves for sore throat, sore mouth, and gums, and chewed the roots for toothaches. The Dakota and Sioux both used it as a treatment against snakebites and stinging insect bites. They chewed the root for colds but also as a means of remedying thirst. 

Echinacea Parts Used: Most often roots but stems and flowers are also used but are weaker

Not to be used when progressive systemic diseases such as the following exist:

Tuberculosis, leukosis, collagenosis, multiple sclerosis, AIDS, HIV infection, and other autoimmune diseases.