Properties: Love, peace, psychic abilities
Folk names: Ass's Foot, Bull's Foot, Butterbur, Coughwort, Foal's Foot, Horse Foot, Clayweed
Botanical Name: Tussilago Farfara
Coltsfoot Leaf is a herbaceous perennial that has yellow flowers and leaves that resemble a horse's hoof, which is where its name originates. It is part of the Asteraceae family and a smaller cousin to dandelions and sunflowers, and is native to Europe and parts of Asia. Coltsfoot has been historically believed to have many medicinal uses. In many Indigenous cultures, coltsfoot was added to other herbs for smoking to induce visions. Place coltsfoot around an altar or ritual space to help clear any fog blocking the mind’s eye and focus your energies. Coltsfoot can be burned as in incense to promote healing and enhance divination. It is also a great herb to add to love sachets and spells, as well as in spells pertaining to peace and tranquility.
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