The Rue (Ruda) herb is an incredibly versatile plant. Its many uses include spiritual cleansing, banishing, protection, and money blessings. Rue is considered the “Mother of All Herbs” and it's power seems to be limitless. The ancients believed that rue could be used to protect one against the evil eye and many other forms of black magic. Our candle is fixed and blessed using organic rue herb and infused oil.

 

Magickal Properties of Rue

 

Rue corresponds to the element fire and the planet Saturn or perhaps Mars. Rue is sacred to Mars, Diana and Aradia.

 

Rue has a long history of use as a cleansing herb. Rue was once tied in bunches and used to asperge people and areas with holy water in churches. It is also purported to be one of the ingredients in Thieves Vinegar, used to ward off the Black Plague and was hung over doorways and windows to keep out evil spirits, and rubbed on the floors to keep out pests.

 

Today, rue is worn in or placed over the doorway to protect from the evil eye and you can even get a little rue-shaped talisman called a cimaruta to serve this purpose more fashionably. Rue can be used in a variety of ways for banishing and warding to protect from disease and other negative influences.

 

Rue also has a history of being used for cursing, though I do not have a lot of detail on this.

 

Rue may be placed over the third eye to assist with developing second sight and encourage psychic abilities.

 

 

 

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During the Middle Ages, rue was hung in doorways and windows to keep evil spirits out.  It was thought to protect against plague, and since people also rubbed their floors with fresh rue to keep out fleas, it probably did.  Many spiritual paths have recognized the potency of rue: It apparently got the name Herb of Grace because early Christians used it as a tool for asperging during exorcisms and before performing Mass, and this herb is the only one that the Prophet Mohammed blessed. This herb was grown around Roman temples to Mars and is considered sacred to him as well as to Diana and Aradia.  Sensibly enough, it is good for purifying objects made of iron, Mars' metal, before consecrating them. Rue was sometimes called witchbane because people carried bunches to keep off witches (who must have been thick as mosquitoes in those days), and the expression "rue the day" is said to come from the practice of throwing rue at an enemy while cursing him. In the 18th and 19th centuries, Italians made amulets called cimaruta from tin or silver made to resemble the tops of rue. The tip of each branch was decorated with a symbol, usually concerned with fertility: phalli, horns, solar disks, crescent moons, fish, keys, even the Sacred Heart of Jesus (how'd that get in there?). A cimaruta was meant to protect the wearer from the evil eye. Nowadays, rue is thought to be ritually helpful in developing second sight, probably because it has a long history as a medicinal herb for strained eyes (Italian Renaissance painters regularly ate rue and cress sandwiches to sharpen their eyesight), and for bringing blessings and protection to one's home.  An excess of rue causes vomiting and can interfere with the liver's work; don't use it during pregnancy. Rue is also known as Herb of Grace, Garden Rue, German Rue, Herbygrass, Hreow, Mother of the Herbs, Bashoush, Rude, and Rewe.

 

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