Metaphysical Properties Of Feverfew
Official Name: Tanacetum parthenium
Other Names: Featherfrew, Feberfuge Plant
Chakra: Crown Chakra
Metaphysical Powers: Protection
Common Magickal Uses and Folklore of Feverfew
Carry with you for protection against colds and fevers, as well as accidents.
Feverfew is one of the powerful protection herbs. It can be worn or carried in a pocket, a purse, or a suitcase, to protect from sickness, injury, and accidents. It is associated with Venus and water. When used in sachets, charms, and spells, Feverfew may be combined with other herbs to banish unwanted energies, promote spiritual healing, meditation, relaxation, and love magick. Feverfew protects from colds, flu, and fevers when drank as a tea.
Feverfew can aid in protection against sudden accidents. Shamans have used Feverfew to open the head (crown chakra) centers by blowing the smoke around a person's head. Sometimes an oil infusion is used if sensitivities to smoke exist. Feverfew is most used for protection. It is recommended to carry to ward off everything from minor accidents to insects. The leaves are used in many magickal teas.
It has been used for protection, especially in cases where a magickal attack is involved. It's helpful for people who are sad and quiet. Magickally, Feverfew is used to ward off binding love magic and heal those suffering from depression caused by love problems.
Witches will make a decoction of Feverfew, strain it, then spray magical tools to purify them. This herb is very effective for accessories used in love magic.
It has been used in Roman times as a menstrual herb; it is still used against PMS. It is an herb of Venus. Drinking Feverfew tea regularly is said to decrease the occurrence of migraines.
Feverfew has long been used for fevers, but it is renowned for preventing headaches and migraines. Feverfew treats the cause, not the pain; it controls inflammation that constricts blood vessels in the head, preventing the spasms. It can lower blood pressure, stimulate appetite, improve kidney function and digestion.
Feverfew is famous in the treatment of migraines, and this is based on extensive evidence. When treating severe headaches, its elements prevent blood platelets from gathering in capillaries and blood vessels. It is the build-up that causes tension in the cardiovascular system, causing the headache and migraine. Feverfew relaxes the blood vessels, helping to eliminate these painful conditions.