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Medicinal And Spiritual Benefits of Fern Leaves

A fern leaf is any one or more of the approximately 12,000 plant species in the Pteridophyta botanical category. They, unlike mosses, have xylem and phloem (making them vascular plants). They, like other vascular plants, have stems, leaves, and roots. Ferns reproduce through spores and do not contain seeds or blooms. Fiddleheads are seen on the majority of ferns. The fiddleheads grow into what are known as fronds, which are beautifully split

Although herbalists, surgeons, physicians, and other healers have employed these ferns for ages throughout Europe, we have only ever had documented accounts of their use.

"The information we can learn from dental calculus analysis is demonstrated by the findings from the skeleton's dental remains. It suggests that communities in this area of Spain were aware of some plants' medical characteristics and how to use them to get the desired outcome." So is the Africans.

Records reveal that a liquid infusion was created by adding water to fresh or dried fern leaves. Occasionally, orange flowers, sweetened sugar, or honey were also added to the concoction.

Herbal books demonstrate that the plants were solely used to treat specific illnesses, most frequently kidney stones, alopecia, the common cold, and what we would today recognize as dandruff. There is also mention of using the plant to encourage women's menstrual flow.

Although there is no way to identify from the young male's skeletal remains what he was treated for, it is likely he drank a fern leaf infusion to perhaps cure a skin, urinary tract, or decongestant condition.

Spiritual Uses:

Dispels negativity

Promotes mental clarity

Rainmaking

Protection

Luck

Eternal youth

Health

Exorcism

Can be used to cleanse and purify a space. Put in a room where you need a clear mind to think, such as an office.

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