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willow The bark of the willow contains salicin, which
has analgesic properties. These properties, which were
discovered by the Druids, make willow bark an important
ingredient in the herbalist’s pharmacopoeia. In
ancient Greece, the willow was highly revered by witches
and was sacred to the goddesses Heca te, Circe and
Persephone. In folklore it is called “witches’ aspirin” and
the “tree of enchantment” and is associated with the
Moon. Contemporary Witches use it in healing rituals;
the soft branches are knotted (see knots) in the casting
of spells. Willow also is used to bind birch twigs onto an
ash branch to form a “Witch’s broom,” also used in rituals.
A willow planted in the garden, especially if it is near
a spring or river, will bring the blessings of the Moon to
the occupant and will guard the home. In some parts of
England, the willow has a dark side according to love: it
is said to stalk travelers at night, muttering low noises.
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