Fenugreek

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Fenugreek is used often in money drawing spells and mixtures. Said to bring money into the house by dropping a few fenugreek seeds into the mop water. For prosperity, obtaining salary increases, and with help in finding money. To concentrate intent and focus attention, use fenugreek seed. Grounding and protection are two other magical qualities. Fenugreek can be used for grounding and psychic defense. After a shamanic journey, it is beneficial for the practitioner to return to the present now. It can assist one in centering and concentrating their intention. Also, scatter it around a candle used for money-drawing. This macho herb is also under the control of Mercury. It is in line with The Magician tarot card and connected to the air element.

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Fenugreek is used often in money drawing spells and mixtures. Said to bring money into the house by dropping a few fenugreek seeds into the mop water. For prosperity, obtaining salary increases, and with help in finding money. To concentrate intent and focus attention, use fenugreek seed. Grounding and protection are two other magical qualities. Fenugreek can be used for grounding and psychic defense. After a shamanic journey, it is beneficial for the practitioner to return to the present now. It can assist one in centering and concentrating their intention. Also, scatter it around a candle used for money-drawing. This macho herb is also under the control of Mercury. It is in line with The Magician tarot card and connected to the air element.

One of the first medical plants to be domesticated, fenugreek is a native of southern Europe and Asia. As well traversed as it is, the term itself has an unusual ring to it. Fenugreek, a widely used herb that is produced in the Mediterranean region, Argentina, North Africa, France, India, and the United States, is extensively discussed in Egyptian papyrus literature from around 1500 B.C. This herb has many many names because it has been utilized in so many different cultures, including bird’s foot, Greek hay, and bockshornsame.

This herb, which is an annual and grows to a height of about two feet, is also a legume. It produces long pods with 10 to 20 tiny, hard, golden-brown seeds in each, light green leaves resembling clover, little white flowers, and foliage. The seeds are characterized as tasting rather harsh and having a burnt celery-like fragrance.