NETTLE – powerful protector, used nettle to break a jinx and send it back to the one who cast it. Worn as a talisman to keep negativity away. Used as an ingredient in purification baths.
Nettle is a potent magical plant that is frequently employed as a form of defense. Carry a sachet containing dried nettle if you believe you are being hexed so you can break the hex and be protected. Sprinkle dried nettle around your home to utilize the nettle’s magical qualities. By doing this, you may keep all negative influences and energies out of your house and send them back to their source while also filling it with calming, loving vibrations.
In order to avoid any impending harm you may feel is threatening you, throw nettle into a fire. Additionally, this will ward off any evil spirits. Create a fear-repelling charm out of nettle and yarrow; this is especially useful if you have a presentation or other public speaking engagement coming up. Additionally, this plant will shield you from the negative. It helps with bravery, defense, inner strength, binding, and healing.
Since ancient times, nettles have been utilized as a source of medicine and as a fabric for garments. In Denmark, burial shrouds constructed of nettle fibers from the Bronze Age (3,000–2,000 BC) have been discovered. Nettles create a greenish dye that has been used for ages to color clothes.
Nettle was utilized to relieve arthritis pain in ancient Egypt. Rheumatism, lethargy, and even cholera were all treated by people flogging themselves with fresh nettles, a practice known as urtification. This custom has been around for a very long time. It is believed that the histamine in nettles triggers the body’s anti-histamine reaction, which lowers inflammation and swelling and lessens discomfort associated with rheumatism and arthritis.