Courage & Strength Correspondences

Please note that these are not medical or herbal in purpose. Research each ingredient before attempting to take it internally in any fashion. These are for magical association and purposes only.

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Sources are at the bottom of the page.

 

For courage

SOURCE # PAGE # For Courage, bravery or against fear
     
2 131 nettle
    nettle
2 131, 210 yarrow
2 131, 248 borage
2 131, 179 mullein
2 114 rosemary
2 162 garlic
6 N/A hydrangea
12 116 thyme
15 43-44 birch

 

For physical  strength, fitness, endurance, agility, and athleticism

SOURCE # PAGE # For physical strength, agility, endurance, athletics, athletes
     
12 50 fennel
12 78 Calendula / marigold
12 93 parsley
12 97 rosemary
15 67-70 cannabis (marijuana)
15 91-94 coffee
15 207-208 leaf of god
15 229 maple
15 255 oak
15 263 onion
15 370 willow

For masculine strength

SOURCE # PAGE # For men to be sexually attractive, for masculinity, for male strength
2 106 musk
2 106, 113 patchouli
2 106 cinnamon
2 106 carnation
2 106, 204 vanilla
2 108 basil
2 109 cyclamen
2 113 orris root
2 166 henbane
2 167 holly [berries] [leaves]
2 183-184 oak, acorn
2 185 orange sweet

 

For feminine strength

SOURCE # PAGE # For women to be sexually attractive, for femininity, for female strength
2 106 jasmine
2 106, 111, 171-172 lavender
2 106 red rose
2 106 musk
2 106, 117 Ylang-ylang
2 108 basil [Spain]
2 110 gardenia
2 112 neroli
2 113 orris root
2 204 vanilla
2 246 rosemary
15 137-139 fennel
15 235-237 mistletoe

For determination or to strengthen willpower

SOURCE # PAGE # Determination, Strengthen willpower
     
2 107 All-spice
2 197 St. John’s Wort

 

For confidence

SOURCE # PAGE # Confidence
2 114 rosemary

 

For hope

SOURCE # PAGE # Hope
     
2 116 sesame
12 22 chervil

 

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  8. The ABC of Magic Charms. Pepper, Elizabeth. The Witches’ Almanac. 2009.
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  10. Edible Flowers. Morse, Kitty. Ten Speed Press. 1995.
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  13. Old Wives’ Lore for Gardeners. Boland, Bridget; Boland, Maureen; Gough, Simon. Michael O’Mara Books Limited. 1999.
  14. Sylvanni folk tales, oral tradition, told by Guido Masé in “Herbal Folklore” webseries by Mountain Rose Herbs
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