Dried Garlic Mustard
Dried Garlic Mustard (30 gms)
30 gms is Equivalent to Approximately 12 Generously Heaped Tblsps
LATIN NAME - Alliaria Petiolata
Also Known As:
Jack by the Hedge
Poor Man’s Mustard
Jack in the Bush
Garlic Mustard grows with Straight Stems which is Hairy at the Base. It has Large Green, Toothy Leaves, sometimes Described as Heart Shaped and Similar in Shape to that of the Stinging Nettle. The Flowers are Small and White
Use Garlic Mustard when Performing Spells & Rituals for:
- Setting Boundaries
- Repelling Unwanted Influences
- Gender – Masculine
- Planet – Jupiter
- Element – Fire
Garlic Mustard is helpful for Spells and Rituals Involving Abundance and for Helping and Encouraging you to Make Room in your Life for Projects that you didn't think you had Time for.
Garlic Mustard is Traditionally Believed to be Beneficial in the Treatment of:
- Wound Healing
- Inflammation of the Mouth and Throat
- Vitamins A
- Vitamin C
- Vitamin E
The Benefits of Garlic Mustard Derived from the Leaves and Stems are Anti Asthmatic and Antiseptic and are Beneficial for Relieving Skin Irritations and Insect Bites. Leaf juices Taken on their own or Boiled in Syrup with Honey were Believed to Treat Dropsy now known as Edema, which is a Condition where there is an Accumulation of Fluid in the Body Leading to Swelling, most Commonly in the Legs, Ankles and Feet. Taken Internally it can also Promote Sweating and be used to Treat Bronchitis, Asthma and Eczema.
The Roots can be Chopped up and Heated in Oil to make an Ointment to Rub on the Chest to bring Relief from Bronchitis and to bring Relief to a Congested Chest. The Seeds have Traditionally been used as a Snuff for Sneezing.