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Saffron is associated with Eos and with Venus and Aphrodite. It is also associated with the Sun and Mars, Leo and fire. For centuries, saffron has been associated with wealth, power and rarity. This makes it an excellent offering for any deity and is a traditional ingredient in crescent moon cakes made in honor of the Phoenician Goddess Ashtoreth.
Saffron is also useful in spells aimed toward wealth and recognition, to bring strength. It can be infused into holy water and burned in censors for various rituals, but be aware that it can stain.
Saffron is also purported to be an aphrodisiac. Hot date? Two words: Indian food.
An infusion of saffron is also said to help enhance psychic abilities.
Rinsing bed linens in an infusion of saffron (or possibly a whole crocus) is said to help bring strength to the body while one sleeps.
Small Jar - 7ml (22X40mm)