Magickal uses include love and attracting faeries.

Use in ritual baths to increase inner beauty & desirability.

Also Called: Fever Plant, Field Primrose, King’s Cureall, Night Willow-herb, Scabish, Scurvish, Tree Primrose, Primrose

 

The bark and the leaves are astringent and sedative.

They have proved of use in the treatment of gastro-intestinal disorders of a functional origin, whooping cough and asthma.

A syrup made from the flowers is also an effective treatment for whooping cough.

Research suggests that the oil is potentially very valuable in the treatment of multiple sclerosis, pre-menstrual tension, hyperactivityetc.

It is also taken internally in the treatment of eczema, acne, brittle nails, rheumatoid arthritis and alcohol-related liver damage.

Regular consumption of the oil helps to reduce blood cholesterol levels and lower the blood pressure.

The seed is a good source of gamma-linolenic acid, an unsaturated fatty acid which assists the production of hormone-like substances. This process is commonly blocked in the body, causing disorders that affect the uterine muscles, nervous system and metabolism.

The poulticed root is applied to piles and bruises.

A tea made from the roots is used in the treatment of obesity and bowel pains.

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