Magical Uses: Encourages a peaceful home, resolves family conflicts; attracts a new lover; enhances spiritual connection. Also known as hurtsickle, blue bottle, blue cap, and devil’s flower. It is associated with matters of sight and is said to help open up the third eye as well as bestowing the gift of seeing the Fae. For protection against evil spirits and to alleviate arguments between lovers. Keep for peace in the home. Cornflower has traditionally been used as a magical ingredient. It is said to improve psychic skills, fertility, love, sex, and abundance, among other things. The dried flower is carried in sachets or amulets to attract partners, and the flowers are used to decorate alters.
Medical Uses: Known to assist the eyes; said to heal bruises; historically used to resist poisons. Cornflower is an herb. The dried flowers are used to make medicine. People take cornflower tea to treat fever, constipation, water retention, and chest congestion. They also take it as a tonic, bitter, and liver and gallbladder stimulant.
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