Used to ward off evil and disease, cleanses you and your spaces of negativity, brings protection, and thought to drive away thunder and lightning.
Warning: Tansy contains a poisonous chemical called thujone. DO NOT INGEST!
Tansy’s scientific name Tanacetum vulgare comes from “Athanaton” meaning “immortal” or “immortality.” According to Greek myth, Zeus made Ganymede, a youth he fell in love with, immortal by having him drink a juice made from tansy. However, tansy is regarded as toxic and has a history of being used as a poison for both humans and pests alike. It is likely Ganymede was made immortal through death. As such, tansy can be carried or worn to promote longevity or can be used in banishment spells to rid yourself of unwanted people, events, or spirits.
Disclaimer: May have physical benefits. Always talk to your doctor before using herbal supplements. Some herbs may have side effects when mixed with over the counter medications. Herbal supplements do not replace your prescription drugs.