'Crown for a King'
'Old Woman's Weed'
This plant can be toxic in high doses. This plant was given to Chiron, the father of medicine by the goddess Artemis who is the plant’s namesake. It is often an ingredient in love spells and may be placed beneath one’s bed to attract love. It may be placed in a pillow to inspire prophetic dreams. Hung in a pouch from one’s rear-view mirror it is said to safeguard against car accidents. When burned it is said to draw spirits near.