"ur a giant fuckin dork" I say, trying to convey my great esteem and admiration for you as best I know how.
Anxiety isn’t a fashion statement it’s a miserable disorder with actual real uncontrollable symptoms that eat you alive and distance you from the people you love so stop making it “trendy”
what’s the difference between an old greyhound bus terminal and a lobster with 36B breasts?
one’s a crusty bus station and the other’s a busty crustacean
since when is a 36B considered “busty” wtf
36B is big for a lobster, megan
Latin: Artemisia vulgaris
Folk Names: Artemis Herb, Artemisia, Felon Herb, Muggons, Naughty Man, Old Man, Old Uncle Henry, Sailor’s Tobacco, St. John’s Plant, Liath-lus
Powers: Strength, psychic powers, protection, prophetic dreams, healing, astral projection, divination, lust, fertility.
Every witch has Mugwort in her herb collection. One of the herbs from the Nine Herb charm, mugwort’s connection to magic speaks for its self. Mugwort has many associations. Its essential oil (also infusion) has become a traditional herbal for concentration and anointing of a crystal ball (be careful with the oil it is mildly toxic especially to pregnant women) This use carries over to the preparation of any tool of divination. Mugwort is probably best know as a herb for dream magic, prophetic dreaming & psychic work. Placed under a pillow or stuffed into a dream pillow, mugwort is said to stimulate vivid & lucid dreams as well as bring prophetic dreams. Burning mugwort along with sandalwood during any divination work is said to enhance the practitioner’s psychic abilities. Mugwort is also a very protective herb, especially during travel. Carrying mugwort on your person is said to protect you from poison, wild beasts, and all dark forces. Mugwort hung over doors is said to keep out evil spirits, and placing mugwort under your door step is said to keep away annoying visitors.
Grandmother Mugwort teaches us to exercise and use our intuition. Mugwort is said to aid in the work of prophecy and clairvoyance, which literally means ‘clear-seeing’. Rather that developing any ‘psychic power’ for its own sake, Grandmother Mugwort encourages us to develop the ability to see and understand things clearly.
From my personal experience the spirit of Mugwort appears to me as a wizened old witch bent over tending a large cauldron. She is silent, sharp, and nothing escapes her knowing gaze.
(Warning: Mugwort is mildly toxic so DO NOT ingest it)