Herbs of the Zodiac

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Aries– Garlic, hemp, marjoram, mustard seed, Angelica root

Taurus– Coltsfoot, dandelion, sage, thyme, patchouli, cedar

Gemini– Caraway seed, lavender, mandrake, vervain , witch hazel, mugwort, wormwood, spearmint

Cancer– Lemon verbena, marigold, geranium, apple, catnip

Leo– Anise, bay leaves, dill, mint, oak, clove

Virgo– Fennel seed, valerian, skullcap, cypress

Libra– Pennyroyal, thyme, lemon verbena

Scorpio– basil, yarrow, chamomile and rosemary [edit note: added March 19, 2015]

Sagittarius– Red clover, burdock, St. John’s Wort,

Capricorn– Comfrey, slippery elm, thyme, jasmine

Aquarius– Frankincense, myrrh, valerian, sandalwood, peppermint

Pisces – Irish moss, sea spirit, hyacinth, lovage, willow

~ Meadow Walker

6 Comments on Herbs of the Zodiac

  1. What fun ! Where did you get this information ? I am a Sag. but based on herbs I rather be a LEO !



    • Thanks for the question. I visit herb shows and botanical gardens, and I have several friends who grow herbs. No matter what the astrological sign, people seem to gravitate toward herbs that grow best for them in that particular house. I keep notes as I visit herb shows and private gardens. The first question I’ll ask is “What’s your astrological sign?” Time after time, the herbs I have listed in the article are growing very robustly in the gardens. In each house there will be one or more herbs that respond to your birth sign. And, those herbs “speak to” this sign and grow well in this house. I’m a herb lover, I love the Earth, and spend most of my time outside. So, I would say I gathered this information by observing and asking questions for 30 years. Cheers to you.

  2. hocuspocus13 // March 19, 2015 at 9:30 am // Reply

    Reblogged this on hocuspocus13 and commented:
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  3. I don’t see one for Scorpio.

  4. Nice list!

    I will have to add these to my own Zodiac Herbs list. I did spot some minor variations and differences, but the more, the merrier.

    – Rev. Dragon’s Eye

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