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During the Industrial Revolution, burdock was used as a medicine to help people cope with pollution or, as John Kelton said in 1870, “the constant deterioration of the blood from impure air and exhaustion by day, bad ventilation at night and want of attention to ordinary requirements of life.”
As an anti-inflammatory demulcent agent, burdock root soothes and clears internal heat.
It improves the elimination of metabolic wastes through the liver, lymph, large intestines, lungs, kidneys, and skin.
Anise seeds remedy asthma, bloating, catarrh, colic, coughs, diarrhoea, flatulence, halitosis, hiccups, indigestion, insomnia, menstrual cramps, nausea, poor appetite, and whooping cough. They are sometimes added to cough syrups and lozenges because of their soothing effect on coughs and their pleasant taste. The essential oil from the seeds is used to prevent and treat lice and scabies.
Magickal oils are used in various ways, from anointing candles to anointing the human body for protection to performing exorcisms. Practitioners can use them for all magickal goals; the only restriction is the individual's mind.
These oils can turn humble baths into rituals simply by adding several drops of these magickal oils to the bathwater.
Crystals and gemstones can also be charged with oils to boost and combine energies.
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