A DRUID PLANT NAMED GARLIC
“Garlic is a bulbous perennial related to the onion and the leek. Wild Garlic (Allium ursinum), usually called Ramsons, is indigenous to Britain. Common Garlice (Allium sativum), now used for cooking and medicine, was probably introduced by the Romans, and perhaps originated in Siberia or southwest Asia. The card shows Ramsons growing in the Ash woods of Crafnant – the valley of the Ramsons in Snowdonia, Wales. Like Bluebells, they favor damp woodland, where they gather in the vast drifts of green and white.”
MESSAGE FOR YOU
“Garlic has the ability to flavor food deliciously, as well as being a powerful antiseptic and antibiotic. the combined qualities of purification and flavoring are surprising and unusual. Selecting this card may indicate a need to consider how you can purify and strengthen an aspect of your life without introducing any element of sterility. Often, when we feel the need for change, we envisage removing things from our life – and this may be the right course to take – but consider first whether there is something you can add to your life that will naturally replace that which is bothering you, without you needing to exert any effort in eliminating it. This card may indicate it is time to introduce something new into your life, something that in the past you had considered too exotic or unconventional, but which now is starting to attract you.”
Today’s message is from The Druid Plant Oracle by Philip and Steaphanie Carr-Gomm.