Eupatorium Perfoliatum

Common names:

'White Snake Root'
'Indian Sage'

Its primary use in American folk tradition is for protection against jinxes, for which it may be carried in a medicine bag or placed nearby the bed. For those who feel that they have already been subjected to negative energy, bones that maybe brewed as a tea used for spiritual bathing. Perhaps because it is so protective it is said to help put minds at ease, and along with lavender and chamomile can be used to stuff a comforting eye pillow.

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