Botanical Name: Tussilago farfara
Other Names: Butterburr, Coughwort, Donnhove, Pas D'Ane, Filius Ante Patrem, Farfara, Huki-Tanpopo, K'Uan Tung, Oksurukotu
Attributes: Love, Psychic Ability, Prosperity
Appearing in the meadows with the first warmth of spring and growing abundantly through the summer, this flower puts a spring in the step of foraging animals and is believed to lend the same vitality, energy and vivacious celebration of new life to any working. It is the ideal addition to workings related to love, fertility, abundance and prosperity. The ancient Greek poet Theocritus mentions it specifically used in a spell to bring back a wandering lover “coltsfoot is Arcadian weed that maddens on the hills. The young stallions and fleet-footed mares. Ah! Even as these may I see Delphis, and to this house of mine, may he speed like a madman, leaving bright palaestra.”
This is available in two choices of packaging:
- a portion of 3-4 generous tablespoons in a convenient Ziploc bag.
- a 50ml hexagonal glass jar full.
Both are provided with an information card.
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