Basil is magic – in pesto, obviously & with tomatoes et al but actually real practical magic. The name itself apparently comes from an old Greek word for King but some say it actually comes ‘basilisk‘ – the mythical serpent. The medieval herbalist Culpepper had it as being ‘of Mars & under the Scorpion’ – ie; super-yang.
Modern scientists are researching it as being full of antioxidants. Ye Olde Folk names: Witches herb, Royal herb.
The main magical correspondence is that a pot of basil or basil growing in your garden helps to bring prosperity & that the fresh leaf crushed against your wrist so it leaves a scent is wildly aphrodisiac. Cheap too. Sex & Money – about $5 for a big pot at the local hardware shop…Unreal!
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