Properties: Protection, hex breaking, return to sender, sleep
Folk names: Church steeples, Cocklebur, Garclive, Philanthropos, Sticklewort, Stickwort, Umakhuthula, Ntola
Botanical Name: Agrimonia eupatoria
Agrimony is a flowering plant in the rose family. According to British folklore, if Agrimony is placed under a person's head, they will sleep until it is removed. As such, Agrimony is believed to induce deep sleep, making it a good herb to use in spells to fight insomnia. Agrimony is also used in protection spells to banish negative energy, as well as to break hexes and return the negative energy to its sender. Agrimony can be placed into sachets, or made into a bath or tea.
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