Poisonous Plants: Poison Ivy
Leaves of three, let it be.
In both spiritual and witchcraft traditions, poison ivy is often associated with themes of protection, banishment, and boundaries. Spiritually, it can symbolize the need to set clear boundaries in one's life, guarding against negativity and harmful influences. In witchcraft, poison ivy may be used in protective spells or rituals to repel negative energy or unwanted influences. Its three-leafed pattern can also evoke the symbolism of the triple goddess or the trinity, representing aspects of maiden, mother, and crone, with each leaf signifying a different phase of life. Additionally, some practitioners may see poison ivy as a reminder of the importance of respecting and working with nature's potent and sometimes dangerous forces.
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