Angelica Archangelica - It is believed that the plant's name was derived from the fact that, according to the old calendar, it usually came into bloom around the feast day of the Archangel Michael, who appeared in a vision to explain the plant's protective power against evil. Angelica is associated with the angels Michael and Gabriel. It is alligned with the sun and the element of fire and sacred to Venus, and wards off evil.

This magical herb is a powerful guardian used by many people to purify their home and drive out evil spirits. To ward off hexes and spells, hang it in each room in your home. Place the root over the front door to keep evil away from your home and family. Angelica is commonly used for general protection, expecially against evil spirits and for hex-breaking, as well as general blessing and is especially useful for the defense of women. Angelica root can be carried alone, or added to amulets to increase longevity and ward off illness and evil spirits. t has also been used as a talisman to increase luck in gambling. Keep angelica in a white bag and charge it to protect your baby. Angelica is excellent in incenses for exorcisms, healing, and protection. It is also used in a bath to remove curses placed on the individual, and sprinkled around a home to protect the house and those within from baneful magic.

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