Organic Blue Vervain & St John’s Wort Loose Leaf Tea – 100g


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Wildcrafted Blue Vervain (Verbena officinalis)

This plant was revered like a few others, from the ancient Egyptians to the Greeks and Romans, and even the Druids. It was believed to cure just about everything, and it was utilized by every priest, magician, and witch for many centuries. It was called the herb of Isis or Venus, the Great Goddess, mother of the universe, Goddess of magic, and the mysteries of life and death.

The Romans utilized it as a purifying plant to clear and purify their altars. Vervain was worn as a sign of peace and truth by messengers in a protective wreath. It was supposed to protect against all evil, even ward off the devil himself. Witches and magicians would also use it as a magic wand in just about any spell or ritual.

In the modern era, panacea herbs like Vervain have often been dismissed, simply because they seemed too good to be true. Vervain is rarely used in herbal medicine today, although Edward Bach, the inventor of the Bach flower remedies, rescued it from near-extinction and developed a Vervain flower remedy. He thinks it’s a good fit for individuals who are highly strung and self-righteous in their convictions and want to steamroll the rest of the world with their “mission.” Vervain flower remedy is used to bring a sense of calm perspective and openness of mind to such people.

Vervain’s nature, from all of these associations and functions, appears to be that of a conductor and communicator plant that can remove blockages and assist the energy flow in the physical, spiritual, and mental planes.

Wildcrafted Hypericum perforatum (St John’s Wort)

Hypericum perforatum (also known as St. John’s Wort) is a plant that has long been used in herbalism and magic. Its blooming season corresponds to the midsummer sun’s zenith, which is why it has long been considered a summer solstice herb due to its obviously sunny disposition.

The blossoms appear to be little suns, while the crimson oil is likened to blood, the life-giving fluid that was offered at summer solstice in ancient times in order to guarantee the annual renewal of life throughout the coming season, as the sun gradually withdraws. Sprigs were burnt on the village bonfires, while others were blessed and hung over the stable and barn doors. It was thought that St. John’s Wort protects against hazards of excessive sun, fire, lightening and droughts, as well as witches and demons.

The Church was unable to demonize this sacred plant, so it decided to incorporate it. They dedicated it to Saint John, whose feast day is usually observed around the summer solstice, when the sun is at its peak power. It became a powerful anti-demonic herb that could protect against all types of witchcraft and daemons. St. John’s Wort was also utilized in witch-trials to compel the accused to “confess the truth.” It was thought that no evil would survive in the presence of such an upright, open, and radiant plant.


Vervain’s uses and ailments are limitless. However, it may be characterized as an herb that aids in the removal of blockages, such as those in the kidneys, liver, gallbladder, and spleen.It has been used to treat liver congestion and jaundice, as well as the formation of kidney stones. It is a nerve tonic that relaxes and soothes tense nerves, reducing a variety of stress-related symptoms such as mental tiredness, migraines, despair, and headaches. It is also a useful digestive system relaxant, where stress causes indigestion and cramps. It can be helpful in cases of PMT and during menopause.

Externally, it can be used to cleanse wounds and infected ulcers. It’s also used as a gargle and mouthwash for gum and throat infections. It can be utilized for recuperation or as a preventive tonic for a variety of stress-related ailments.

Hypericum is a general tonic that may be utilized to treat a wide range of symptoms. It helps to cleanse and tone the major body systems while also strengthening and regulating the metabolism. It aids in the removal of metabolic waste material by stimulating the stomach, liver, and kidneys. It has an amazing relaxing and sedative effect on the nervous system, and it is a wonderful nervine with a calming and soothing impact on the mind. It’s been used to treat headaches and migraines for ages, as well as anxiety, sadness, irritability during menopause or in cases of PMT.It’s been used to treat bedwetting in kids, especially those who suffer from a nervous or anxious temperament. 1 tablespoon of the tea, which should be taken at night, is enough for this purpose, according to some sources. The tea is effective for indigestion, stomach catarrh and as a vermifuge. Externally a compress can be applied to wounds, cuts, bruises, varicose veins and burns.


Vervain is a wonderful herb with a wide range of magical applications. It can be used to purify and consecrate a sacred/ritual area, as well as to cleanse the auras of the participants. It may be utilized to channel and direct magical energy and intentions, as well as to open psychic pathways.

According to the Doctrine of Signatures, Hypericum was a plant of the sun. Its bright, erect demeanour was believed to drive away depression and gloom demons, while its perforated leaves and crimson oil suggested its use in treating cuts and burns. It is also used as a talisman to identify witches. It was also held that it protected against injuries caused by sharp objects like swords, knives, and bullets hung up above barns and stables at midsummer; protects the cattle against evil doing of witches and demons.

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