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(Date Posted:02/13/2009 01:00 AM)
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(Yucca spp. aloifolia, Y. brevifolia, Y. glauca, Y. whipplei) Root: G
Gender:  Masculine
Planet:  Mars
Element:  Fire
Powers:  Transmutation, Protection, Purification
Magical Uses:  A hoop or loop of twisted yucca fibers will transmutate a person into an animal if he or she jumps through it, according to American Indian magic.  Another method instructs the magician to place a small wreath of yucca fibers on his or her head.  This allows the pwerson to assume any form desired.
A cross of yucca fibers twisted together and placed on the hearth protects the house from evil.
By Scott Cunningham

Yerba Mate
(Hex paraguariensis) Lt D+
Folk Names:  Mate, Paraguay Tea, Yerba
Gender:  Masculine
Powers:  Fidelity, Love, Lust
Magical Uses:  Wear to attract the opposit sex.  The infusion is a fine "lust" potion and if drunk with a loved one will ensure that you stay together.  To break off the relationship spill some onto the ground.
By Scott Cunningham

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(Date Posted:02/13/2009 01:01 AM)

(Achillea millefoluum) P Sk
Folk Names:  AchiUea, Arrowroot (although yarrow is not what is commonly refered to as arrowroot), Bad man's Plaything, Carpenter's Weed, Death Flower, Devil's Nettle, Eerie, Field Hops, Gearwe, Hundred Leaved Grass, Knight's Milfoil, Knyghten, Lady's mangle, Milfoil, Militaris, Military Herbs, Millefolium, Noble Yarrow, Nosebleed, Old Man's Mustard, Old Man's Pepper, Sanguinary, Seven Year's Love, Snake's Grass, Soldier's Woundwort, Stanch Griss, Stanch Weed, Tansy, Thousand Seal, Wound Wort, Yarroway, Yerw,
Gender:  Feminine
Planet:  Venus
Element:  Water
Powers:  Courage, Love, Psychic Powers, Exorcism
Magical Uses:  When worn, yarrow protects the wearer, and when held in the hand, it stops all fear and grants courage.
A bunch of dried yarrow hung over the bed or yarrow used in wedding decoration ensures a love lasting at least seven years.  Yarrow is also used in love spells.
Carrying yarrow not only brings love but it also attracts friends and distant relations you wish to contact.  It draws the attention of those you most want to see.
The flowers are made into an infusion and the resulting tea is drunk to improve psychic powers.
Washing the head with a yarrow infusion will prevent baldness but won't cure it if it has already begun.
Yarrow is also used to exorcise evil and negativity from a person, place or thing.
By Scott Cunningham

Yellow Evening Primrose
(Oenothera biennis) Seed oil:  G
Folk Names:  War Poison, Sundrop, Tree Primrose, Even Primrose
Powers:  Hunting
Magical Uses:  American Indians rubbed this plant against their moccasins and body to ensure a good hunt, and to cause snakes to avoid them.
By Scott Cunningham

(Taxus baccata) Poison
Gender:  Feminine
Planet:  Saturn
Element: Water
Powers: Raising the Dead
Magical Uses:  This poisonous plant is sometimes used in spells to raise the spirits of the dead.  Though it has a long mythic history it is little used in magic due to its high toxicity.
By Scott Cunningham

(Pausinystalia yohimbe) Poison K Li Lt D+ So DI* May affect MOA-I medications
Powers:  Love, Lust
Magical Uses:  Yohimbe infusion is drunk as "lust" potion and the powdered herb is added to love mixtures.
Consume in small amounts only.
By Scott Cunningham

(Achillea millefolium)
Plant Doctor of the Garden
Yarrow is found all over the world in pastures, fields and meadows.
It is common throughout North America, Europe and Asia.
Its specific name, millefolium, meaning "a thousand leaf," aptly
describes the masses of feathery, green leaves. This is a very
ancient herb. It was used by the Greeks to control hemorrhages, for
which it is still prescribed in herbal medicine and homeopathy
today. The legend of Achilles, refers to this property. It was said
that during the battle of Troy, Achilles healed many of his warriors
with yarrow leaves. Hence the name "Achillea."
It has long been considered a sacred herb. The ancient Chinese text
of prophecy, I Ching, "The Book of Changes," states that 52 straight
stalks of dried yarrow were spilled to foretell the future.
It was also associated with magic. In Anglo-Saxon times it was said
to have a potency against evil, and in France and Ireland, it is one
of the Herbs of St. John. On St. John's Eve, the Irish still hang it
up in their houses to avert illness.
Yarrow is a hardy perennial with small white flowers with a hint of
pink in flat clusters from summer to autumn. "Fire King" has flat
heads of red, small clusters all summer. Achillea 'Coronation Gold',
has large flat heads of small golden flowerheads in summer that dry
quite well.
Yarrow is a prolific grower, producing lots of creeping rootstock in
a growing season. To stop the invasion, divide a clump in spring or
fall and replant it where required. It is aromatic and basically
free from pests and disease.
Sow the seeds in autumn under cool protection. I do not advise
sowing directly into the garden. I do highly recommend that it has a
place in the herb garden however, for its many benefits. This
unassuming plant harbors great powers. One small leaf will speed
decomposition of a wheelbarrow full of raw compost. Because of the
abundance of leaves, I freely toss them into my compost piles
whenever I turn them, which result in a more rapid decay.
Yarrow is considered the plant doctor of the garden. Its root
secretions activate the disease resistance of nearby plants. It also
intensifies the medicinal actions of other herbs and deepens their
fragrance and flavor.
Yarrow is one of nature's survivors. Its creeping rootstock and
ability to self-seed ensure its survival in most soils. It is quite
Yarrow should be taken in moderation and never for long periods. It
should not be taken by pregnant women.
Yarrow is one of the best known herbal remedies for fevers. Use a
hot tea of the leaves to induce sweats that cool fevers and expel
toxins. It can also be made into a simple salve for healing wounds,
chapped skin and rashes in a base of beeswax and cocoa butter. In
China, yarrow is used fresh as a poultice for healing wounds. It is
a great insect repellent; use it splashed over the body in a tea
form, or rub the flowers on the body to repel mosquitoes while
working or relaxing outdoors during hot summer days.
Use Blue Yarrow to balance, support, tone and strengthen the body, mind and
emotions, especially during times of testing or following any bout with
illness. An effective pain reliever Yarrow’s strength lies in its ability to
uplift and restore Body, Mind and Spirit! With its powerful natural
anti-inflammatory and anti-allergic properties Yarrow’s action is strongly
cleansing and fortifying to the organ, nervous and endocrine systems. Yarrow
helps you regain your balance and integrity with your values and needs when
feeling unsettled and at odds with yourself and life. A powerful ally when
you’re needing to allow the emergence of new vistas and fresh imaginations.
Blue Yarrow is excellent for treating various musculo-skeletal complaints
from sports injuries and accidents! Use Blue Yarrow for easing sore muscles
and joints, strains and sprains. Yarrow is fortifying to the immune system
and stimulates blood and lymph circulation.

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Type: Oil
Energy: N/A
Elements: Water
Powers/Uses: Psychic Awareness, Courage, Love
Positive Qualities: N/A
Imbalances: N/A

To hone in on your psychic awareness, sniff this full-bodied scent while you imagine your conscious mind quieting down. This allows psychic communication to take place without hesitation.  

Inhale the scent while you imagine yourself filling up with courage. Then go face your daunting situation. 

Yarrow magnifies love of self and others so it is great to use in love-attracting spells.

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(Date Posted:02/13/2009 01:02 AM)

Yage (Banisteriopsis caapi), also called Food of the Gods and Death Vine, is a powerful hallucinogen than can quickly become deadly.
20 grams of leaf to a gallon of water, set in sun for two days then strain. Drink in very small doses.

Yam, Wild (Dioscorea Villosa) relieves spasms, hot flashes and cramps and is used as a contraceptive; it is commonly used as a steroid.
Fluid extract: ½ - 1 dram; herb: ¼ - 4 grains a day.

Yellowroot (Xanthorhiza simplicissima) lowers blood pressure, is anti-inflammatory and an immune stimulant.
100 milligrams a day.

Yarrow (Achillea millefolium) is used for bleeding hemorrhages; kidney disorders and can fight off balding when the hair is washed with it.
½ ounce herb drunk in tea up to 2 times a day.
To overcome your fears, add this flower to a sachet with a list of your fears. Keeping this in a sachet will help you make friends.

Yellow Dock (Rumex crispus) is used internally to treat urinary problems and increase circulation, but externally it is wonderful for treating skin conditions and reducing acne.
Fluid extract: 30 – 60 drops; root: 5 – 15 grains a day.
The root is used to attract good business and is carried in a green sachet to attract money.

Yerba Santa (Eriodictyon glutinosum), also called Mountain Balm, Consumptive's Weed, Gum Bush and Bear's Weed, is used for bronchial and laryngeal troubles and a bleeding bladder.
10 – 60 grains a day.

Yesterday Today Tomorrow (Brunfelsia latifolia) is said to promote vitality, circulation and sooth nerves when burned.
Inhale smoke.

Yohimbe (Pausinystalia Yohimbe) is a stimulant and is often used to excite lust in a man.
1/2 ounce drunk as tea.

Yucca, Adam’s Needle (Yucca filamentosa) is used to treat rheumatism, cleanses the colon, purifies the blood and helps clear toxins from the liver and kidneys. The roots are good to stop dandruff. The plant as a whole has the ability to “stupefy” fish.
1 – 3 grains up to 3 times a day.
Since the tops are phallic, they are used for protection.

Yucca, Rattlesnake Master (Eryngium yuccifolium) is a diuretic and is used for female reproduction disorders and hemorrhoids. The roots stimulate saliva flow.
Fluid extract: 10 – 20 drops a day; chew on small piece of root.

Yucca, Soapweed (Yucca glauca) is antifungal and treats tumor. The root treats rheumatism, though it is poisonous.
Fluid extract: 1 dram a day.
The threads from the leaves are used to thread juniper berries to create a bracelet to ward off bad dreams.
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