Aaron's Rod (Mullein Leaf)

Aaron's Rod (Mullein Leaf)

Common name: Aaron’s Rod or Mullein Leaf Botanical name: Verbascum thapus Grade: Food/Tea grade and Irradiation free! (Irradiation is a treatment process where radiation is used). Packaging: 100% PCR plastic zip-lock bag (Find out more about our packaging) Cultivation: Wild Harvested Origin: Bulgaria Size: 10 grams   Aaron’s Rod, also...

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Common name: Aaron’s Rod or Mullein Leaf

Botanical name: Verbascum thapus

Grade: Food/Tea grade and Irradiation free! (Irradiation is a treatment process where radiation is used).

Packaging: 100% PCR plastic zip-lock bag (Find out more about our packaging)

Cultivation: Wild Harvested

Origin: Bulgaria

Size: 10 grams

 

Aaron’s Rod, also known as Mullein has been a long-loved herb. Once mullein stalks were used for lamp wicks and fire tinder, with this in mind Aaron’s rod is employed during rites to “light the way” and helping to uncover hidden secrets.

Aaron’s Rod is also associated with the dead. The ancient Greeks called it “nekua” meaning death plant. Incorporating Aaron’s Rod into charms to protect and exorcise demons.

Folklore from Native American tribes say that Mullein has been long used to centre the mind and spirit, returning the conscious or unconscious and returning the spirit of someone who had been bewitched.

Other names for Aaron’s Rod include: Crone Herb, Hagtaper, hedgetaper, Mary’s Candle, Fluffweed, Shepherd’s Rod and Feltwort.  

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