(Trifolium spp.) G
Folk Names: Honey, Honeystalks, Shamrock,
Three-Leaved Grass, Trefoil, Trifoil
Gender: Masculine
Planet: Mercury
Element: Air
Deity: Rowen
Powers: Protection, Money, Love, Fidelity,
Exorcism, Success
Magical Uses:
If you find a two-leaved clover, you shall
soon also find a lover.
Trefoil, or the three-leaved clover, is
worn as a protective amulet.
The Herbs
The four-leaved clover, if worn, helps men avoid military service. It
also protects against madness, strengthens psychic powers, enables you
to detect the presence of spirits, and leads the wearer to gold, money,
or treasures.
If two people eat a four-leaved clover together, mutual love will
result. Seven grains of wheat laid on a four-leaved clover will enable
one to see fairies.
If you put a four-leaved clover in your shoe before going out you
will increase your chances of meeting a rich new love.
The five-leaved clover is powerful for attracting money, and should
be worn for this purpose.
White clover is used to work against hexes, and is worn or scattered
around the premises for this.
This clover, added to the bath water, aids you in dealing with financial
arrangements of every kind.
Red clover is also used in lust potions and the infusion is sprinkled
to remove negative spirits.
Clover keeps snakes away from your property, if grown there. When
placed in the left shoe, and then forgotten, clover keeps evil from you.
Worn over the right breast it brings success in all undertakings.
If you have been disappointed in love, wear clover near your heart
in a piece of blue silk to help you through