Adds powerful strength to charms, sachets, and herb mixes.
Useful for money drawing magick.
Dried flowers can be burned as incense.
Use on the altar as a offering to the spirits.
Also Called: Purple Coneflower, Coneflower, Black Sampson, Rudbeckia
The roots and the whole plant are considered particularly beneficial in the treatment of sores, wounds, burns etc, possessing cortisone-like and antibacterial activity.
The plant was used by North American Indians as a universal application to treat the bites and stings of all types of insects.
An infusion of the plant was also used to treat snakebites.
The root is adaptogen, alterative, antiseptic, depurative, digestive, sialagogue.
The plant has been used as a diaphoretic.