Mandrake, also known as Mayapple, is a powerful botanical ally with deep roots in the world of magic and spirituality. It is associated with protection, prosperity, and fertility. Its unique shape and mystical history make it a popular ingredient in love spells and fertility rites. The root is also used in talismans and amulets to provide protection and good luck, placed on an altar, used in spell bottles, or as an offering.
If you are looking for a powerful botanical ally to add to your magical practice, Mandrake is an excellent choice. With its potent metaphysical properties, deep history, and rich mythology, this powerful plant will surely become a treasured tool in your spiritual arsenal.
Can use in place of English or True Mandrake.
Warnings: Do not ingest!
- Astral Realm
- Break Hexes
- Solar Energy
- Spiritual Energy
- Witches and Witchcraft
Scientific Name: Podophyllum peltatum (American Mandrake)
Botanical Family: Berberidacea
Origin: North America
Folk Names: Alrun, Anthropomorphon, Baaras, Brain Thief, Circeium, Circoea, Galgenmannchen, Gallows, Herb of Circe, Hexenmannchen (Witches' Mannildn), Ladykins, Mandragen, Mandragor, Mannikin, Mayapple, Raccon Berry, Satan's Apple, Semihomo, Wild Lemon, Womandrake, Zauberwurzel (Sorcerer's Root)
Deity Association: Aphrodite, Circe, Diana, Hecate, Hathor, Saturn
Solar System: Mercury, Saturn
Moon Phase: Unknown at this time.
Sign: Gemini, Taurus
Element: Earth, Fire
Animal: Unknown at this time.
Day: Unknown at this time.
Crystal: Unknown at this time.
Tarot: Unknown at this time.
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