Blackberry Leaf Rubus friticosus
“Wealth, healing, worship”
Blackberry, a prolific plant in North America, was considered sacred in old Earth religions of Europe. It is symbolic of the harvest and considered a healing plant. Methods include burning, smoking blends, sachets, and placing on the body.
Cut/sifted HC-016-05 .5 oz
Blackberry leaf is an Astringent. The Greeks chewed the leaves to relieve bleeding gums and mouth ulcers, and they used the leaves to cure snakebites. The Native Americans used the leaves as a poultice for wounds, rashes, and insect bites.
The vitamin C in the leaves helps strengthen the immune system and promotes tissue repair.
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