sweet

(red) Clover

Formal name: 
Trifolium pratense
Formal name: 
Trifolium spp.
Other names: 
Shamrock
Honey
Honeystalks
Three-leaved grass
Trefoil
Trifoil

The red clover is a short-lived perennial in the Pea family with white-blotched 3-parted leaves and a large pinkish red head containing numerous small rose purple pea-like flowers.

Medicinal data
Part used: 
flowers
Caution: 
avoid during pregnancy
Dosage: 
1 cup 2-3 x daily
1-3 droppersful 2-3x daily
Health benefits: 

internal and external remedy for skin complaints (psoriasis, eczema, etc); good expectorant used for whooping cough, bronchitis, dry coughs and laryngitis; sometimes used as anticancer remedy.

CategoryCorrespondences
Body systemsimmune, integumentary, liver
DeityRowen
GenderMasculine
Herb actionalterative, expectorant
Herb categorycleanser, specific
Herbal energycool
Herbal preparationinfusion, tincture
Herbal tastearomatic, sweet
Magical powersexorcism, fidelity, love, money, protection, success
Path4, 14
PlanetMercury

Mallow

Formal name: 
Malva sylvestris
Other names: 
High mallow
Common mallow
Malva

A wild plant with stalked kidney-shaped, scalloped leaves in the Mallow family with prominent veins underneath and small pink and white flowers.

Medicinal data
Part used: 
herb
Dosage: 
1 cup 2-3 x daily
Health benefits: 

poultice applied for boils, abscesses, inflammation, bites and stings; decoction used for laryngitis, bladder infections, and respiratory ailments; greens excellent steamed or stir-fried before fruiting stage.

CategoryCorrespondences
Body systemsdigestive, respiratory, urinary
GenderFeminine
Herb actiondemulcent, expectorant
Herb categorynutritive tonic, specific
Herbal energycool
Herbal preparationdecoction
Herbal tastesweet
Magical powersexorcism, love, protection
Path16
PlanetMoon