Herbs Listed by Medical Symptom

Always double check before attempting to take the herb. Some herbs are poisonous!Aches: rosemary Acne: rosemary, thyme, witch-hazel Allergies: nettle Amenorrhea: chaste tree berry Antibacterial: lemon, thyme Antibiotic: calendula, comfrey, garlic, marigold, mullein, raspberry, sweet

Psoriasis herbal remedies

Aloe (externally): Preliminary studies indicate that aloe vera gel may be useful in the treatment of psoriasis and other skin conditions that include an inflammatory component. In one study,

Random Natural Remedies

Best deodorants is plain old baking soda. You can pat it right onto your skin or mix it with a little cornstarch for extra staying power and moisture control.


An Electuary is a medicinal paste created with something sweet, such as honey or jam. Thick electuaries can be rolled into little balls for children to take with some

Summer Solstice Gods and Goddesses

The summer solstice has long been a time when cultures celebrated the lengthening year. It is on this day, sometimes called Litha, that there is more daylight than any


Artemis is the Greek version of the classical moon-goddess, whom the Romans called Diana.Like the moon, she changes her form.Sometimes we see her as the ‘huntress chaste and fair’,


Dionysos’ sacred animals were the panther (leopard), tiger, bull and serpent. The god rode on the back of a panther or drove a chariot drawn by a pair of

Deity – Life and Death

Life is the force that moves the dead Earth and all things that exist. Death is the force that stops all things that move the living Earth and all

Deities and the Divine

Seeking and attaining a spiritual relationship with the Triple Goddess or Cernunnos or Diana or any other number of deities from around the ancient world can be a very

Wise Woman Deities

These goddesses are for transformation rituals, for endings that become beginnings and for accepting what cannot be changed. Cailleach Cailleach, meaning’ the Veiled One’, is the Celtic name for

The Hedge Witch – The Gods

In Witchcraft, the gods are often seen as a part of nature, as are we, flowing through time and space. That quality, that energy that we term as the


ORIGIN Greek. Goddess of war and patron defender of many Greek cities. KNOWN PERIOD OF WORSHIP circa 800 BC and earlier until Christianization (circa AD 400) and later. SYNONYMS Athene;

Green Man

Green Man A pagan deity of the woodlands, usually represented as a horned man peering out from a mask of foliage, usually the sacred oak. The Green Man, also

Deities- Conduct

Conduct With your own will, you may do as you wish. It’s a universal law. There may be a case for the argument that there is no such thing as

Deities Of Healing

Aesculapius Aesculapius was a healer, son of Apollo and the mortal Corona, who lived during the eleventh century BC, and became a god after Zeus killed him with a

Deities of fire

Agni Agni, the Hindu god of fire, is said to be manifest as the vital spark in mankind, birds, animals, plants and life itself. He appeared in lightning, in


Odin (pronounced “OH-din”; Old Norse Óðinn, Old English and Old Saxon Woden, Old High German Wuotan, Wotan, or Wodan, Proto-Germanic *Woðanaz, “Master of Ecstasy”) is one of the most


ORIGIN Greek. Goddess of the moon and of pathways. KNOWN PERIOD OF WORSHIP circa 800 BC until Christianization (circa AD 400). SYNONYMS Hekate. CENTER(S) OF CULT Lagina. ART REFERENCES


The deity is one with everything, nothing exists without their spirit in it. The deity exists within you just as they exist within every human and animal, plant, insect,