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Dried Meadow Sweet

Dried Meadow Sweet


Dried Meadow Sweet (15 gms)


15 gms is Equivalent to Approximately 5 Generously Heaped Tblsps



LATIN NAME - Filipendula Ulmaria



Also Known as:



  • Queen of the Meadow
  • Mead Wort
  • Dropwort
  • Bridewort
  • Lady of the Meadow




Typically Meadowsweet Growsto about 3 ft tall  but can, on Occasion get to  Twice that Height.   Meadowsweet is a Perennial Herb that Mulitplys  by Propagation  of the Seeds and by the Creeping Rhizomes that run Underground.  The Leaves of Meadowsweet are Dark Green and Comprised of Three to Five Pairs of Toothed Leaflets with Smaller Leaves In between. The Upper Side of the Leaves are Smooth whilst the Under Sides of the Leaves are Silvery in Colour.



When the  Densely Packed Creamy White Flowers that are Positioned on Upright Stems of Meadowsweet First Open they have a Sweet and Pleasant Fragrance that Becomes Stronger  as the Flowers Fade.   The Leaves and Stems  are also Scented but their Fragrance is Delicately Different from that of the Flowers.   


    Use Meadowsweet when Performing Spells & Rituals for:


    • Peace
    • Love
    • Happiness
    • Divination




    • Gender - Feminine
    • Planet -  Venus
    • Element - Air


    Meadowsweet Magic is Beneficial for Rediscovering  Sacred Aspects of your life and is one of the most Powerful Herbs to enable you to do so with Grace, Power and Strength.


    Traditionally Meadowsweet has been used in Spells and Rituals for Happiness,  Peace,  Harmony, Love and  Divination.


    Meadowsweet is Traditionally Believed to be Beneficial in the Treatment of:


    • Digestive Problems
    • Arthritis
    • Rheumatism
    • Heartburn
    • Stomach Ulcers
    • Colds
    • Joint Pain
    • Gout




    • Flavonoids
    • Ellagitannins
    • Salicylic Acid
    • Antioxidant
    • Anti Inflammatory 


    Meadowsweet has been Traditionally used to Treat Inflammatory Conditions including Joint Pain and also as a Diuretic.  The Antioxidant Properties that Meadowsweet Contains, Promote Overall Health as they can help Reduce the Risk of Serious Illness  Including Cancer and Progressive Degenerative Diseases such as Alzheimer’s.


    Meadowsweet is also a Sweat Inducer and Works by Opening the  Pores to Release Heat out of the Body, which  is especially Beneficial for Fevers if you  find it Difficult to Sweat and Cool down the Body.  


    Meadowsweet is a Natural Astringent that helps Maintain the Skin's Appearance by Tightening  the Pores and becase Meadowsweet Contains Salicylic Acid, it is Beneficial in Removing Bacteria that causes Pimples and Acne as well as helping to Prevent Premature Skin Aging. 


    Meadowsweet is useful for Digestive Health by Relieveing  Acid Indigestion and  by Protecting  and Soothing the Mucous Membranes of the Digestive Tract and the Stomach Lining as wll as Encouraging Faster Healing of Chronic Ulcers as well as being Beneficial in the Treatment of Heartburn and Gastritis. 


    Salicylic Acid is  the Main Active Compound that is Present in Aspirin. However, Meadowsweet is more Beneficial than Aspirin Because of the Tannins that are Present in Meadowsweet.  Tannins Protect the Stomach and Intestines whereas Aspirin Contains no Tannins and with Frequent use it can  Result in Stomach Discomfort.  Meadowsweet  is also Beneficial  to Relieve  Headaches as it can Provides a Cooling Effect whilst also Promoting Circulation.


    Drinking Meadowsweet as an Infusion can help the  body to  Eliminate Excess Water and Sodium, it works by  Reducing the Amount of Fluid in the  Blood Vessels, which  in turn Reduces the Pressure on the Blood Vessels.


    Meadowsweet is alos Beneficial for  Kidneys Issues in Instances where the Kidneys is not able Filter Potassium.


    Meadowsweet can help with  a wide Range of Medicinal Conditions due to its Anti Inflammatory, Analgesic,  Antioxidant,  Diuretic, Anti Bacterial and Astringent Properties, as well  as being  a Disinfectant and Natural Insect Repellant. 

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