Centaurea Cyanus

Common names:

'Bachelor's Button'
'Blue Bow'

Centaurea Cyanus is derived from the Centaur Chiron, patron of herbs, who is the plant’s genus, and from the goddess Cyanus. It’s folk name ‘Bachelor's Button’ comes from the trend of Victorian women wearing them to announce their availability, thus its association with flirtation. It is also widely used in Hoodoo to promote peace in one’s home. A tranquil spirit, its presence is said to encourage calm and positive attitudes.

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