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Calcite

Calcite occurs in masses, stalactites, scalenohedral and rhombohedral crystals found throughout the world in several color varieties. Healing and Magickal Uses Body: Good for the kidney and pancreas. It helps fight calcium deficiency. Mind: Feel good stone. Good for seeing the bigger picture. Calms and helps fight stress. Magick: Good ...
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Tansy

Tanacetum vulgare A member of the compositae family has diagnostic yellow flowers similar in form to dandelions, but much more compact and lacking rays flowers. The flowers appear in heads in late summer and early autumn. They smell somewhat like camphor. The foliage is fern-like and the leaves are alternate, ...
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Turquoise

Turquoise is a hydrous phosphate of aluminum with copper and traces of iron. It is an opaque stone that is bluish-green in color. The color varies quite a bit though robin's egg blue is the most highly prized. History and Folklore Many Native American tribes valued turquoise for ceremonial objects ...
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Vervain

Verbena spp Vervain or Verbena is an herbaceous, sometimes woody perennial with opposite, narrow, oval-shaped, toothed leaves and small, five-petaled flowers that are usually blue to purple in color but may be pink or white. These flowers appear in dense spikes in late spring to summer. Various varieties of vervain ...
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Saint John’s Wort

Botanical Name Hypericum perforatum Other Names: Saint Johnswort, St. Johnswort, St Joan's Wort This is a bushy little perennial and very winter hardy. It grows well in zones 5 to 9 to about one to three feet tall. Leaves are small, stalk-less, opposite and pale bluish green growing up long ...
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Daisy

Bellis perennis or Chrysanthemum leucanthemum Discussing the common daisy is a bit problematic because there are so many plants that folks commonly refer to as daisies. The name daisy seems to be a general moniker for any rayed flower with long, white external petals surrounding a yellow disc. Varieties Bellis perennis, aka ...
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