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Solomons Seal Root is used for dryness of the lung and stomach with such symptoms as dry throat, chronic dry cough, thirst, hunger.
St. Johns Wort is Best known for use as a mild antidepressant, St. John’s wort is also being studied for its possible affects on other mood disorders.
Use Star Anise in protection and meditation incense or under a control fire, burn it raw and have it smolder and smoke in a cauldron.
Commonly mixed into a poultice or in bath waters, strawberry leaf is commonly used topically to ease aches and pains.
Valerian Root has been shown to help fight insomnia in several cases. Promoting sleep, many people use this supplement to help rest easier at night.
Vervain-The upper parts of the vervain are taken as an effective nerve tonic, liver stimulant, urinary cleanser and fever remedy.
White Oak Bark contains vitamin B12, as well as the minerals of calcium, iron and zinc, and has been used often in natural skin creams.
Herbalists have traditionally used White Pine Bark to treat colds and coughs for ages. As an expectorant it can be used as a component.
White Sage is widely known to help a number of ailments. Sage is known to stop bleeding of wounds and cleaned ulcers and sores.
White willow bark contains the same salicylates used in aspirin, but in a less concentrated form. Although aspirin works faster, white willow may be a better choice
Hops Flowers-Herbalists today still recognize that Hops Flowers can be used as a sedative. Just as old the “flower” is sometimes dried and crushed.
Witch Hazel Leaf is still proscribed commonly for relieving diarrhea and varicose veins, and inflammation of the mouth and throat.
Witches Grass is best used in rituals and spells for Jupiter; Happiness, Luck, and exorcism.
Wormwood is used primarily for liver, gall bladder and stomach ailments, as well as to expel intestinal worms.
Yarrow Flower can be used as a tea that helps to strengthen the immune system. When yarrow tea is made, the whole plant is used to make the tea.
In medicinal lore, Yellow dock root has been held to be a blood purifier for some time. Within this belief, many herbalists use it in treating rheumatism