Planetary Association: Sun
Elemental Association: Fire
Astrological Association: Pisces
History and Folklore: According to Greek legend, the nymph Clytie was in love with the God Helios (or Apollo), but he did not return her affections (or left her for another woman). Clytie pined away, spending all of her days gazing at the sun, not eating, resting and talking to anyone. Helios finally turned her into a flower and she continues to this day following his movements through the sky.
The Common Heliotrope is a wild year, is native to Europe, grows in cultivated fields and roads outside. It has white or lilac flowers with a strong odor that characterizes them. Its scientific name is Heliotropium europaeum and belongs to the Boraginaceae family. From antiquity to the Common Heliotrope known as a medicinal plant but now this plant is not so easy to find in the wild so their use is not widespread. All plant Common Heliotrope is active so it can be used for medicinal purposes from the roots, flowers and leaves. The healing properties are choleretic, Febri fled, emmenagogue, healing, anti-inflammatory.
Here is a spell to take off a curse or crossed condition off of you, and send it back to its source. No drowning of actual witches involved.
Make a doll (poppet, doll, etc.) to represent source of the curse. Use biodegradable material since you will be “drowning” the…