Dried Apple Leaves (30 gms)
30 gms is Equivalent to Approximately 13 Generously Heaped Tblsps
LATIN NAME - Malus Domestica
Apple Trees are Generally Small Trees, Dependent of course on each Variety, of which Worldwide there are 7500 Varieties, 2500 of which were Developed in the United Kingdom! They can reach an Average Height of about 16 feet, and in some Instances reach a Height of Between 25-35 feet or even more.
Apple Trees lose their Leaves Yearly and are Roughly Oval in Shape and usually have Fine Teeth along the Margins.
The Flower Blossoms from the Apple Tree consist of Five White Petals that are often Tinged with Pink with Multiple Stamens. The Flowers are Pollinated by Insects and Bees and most Varieties of Apple Require Cross Pollination for Fertilization.
The Apples Mature on Shoots that are 2 Years old or more and Matures in late Summer or Autumn Depending on the Variety.
The Average Apple Tree will be able to Produce Significant Quantities of Fruit Between the 3rd to 6th and can continue to Produce Fruit up to 50 Years of Age.
The Apple Bark is usually Brown and Scaly.
Use Apple Leaf when Performing Spells & Rituals for:
- Giving & Receiving Love
- Gender - Female
- Planet - Venus
- Element - Water
The Apple Tree is Believed by some to be the "Tree of Forbidden Knowledge" which is the Tree from which Eve ate the Forbidden Fruit.
Traditionally the Apple has been Known as the ‘Tree of Love’ and is thought to be one of the most Sacred Trees amongst the Oak, Birch and Birch to name but a few. Apple Symbolizes Good Health and Happiness.
Apple Leaves are Traditionally Believed to be Beneficial in the Treatment of:
- Relieving Heart Burn
- Acid Reflux
- Upset Stomach
Because of the Cooling and Astringent Properties of Apple Leaves, an Infusion of Apple Tree Leaves are Beneficial for Treating Ailments scch as Heart Burn and Problems Related to Stomach Issues.
Apple Leaf Contains Antiseptic and Astringent Properties which makes an Excellent Treatment. By Chewing the Leaves or Making a Poulice from Dried Leaves and then Placing them on a Fresh Wound such as a Bite or a Scratch, it will help Prevent Infection and Reduce Inflamtion and Swelling.