They Say: Red Willow is a herb used by Native Americans as a fever reducing agent. Red willow is mixed with sacred pipe blends and is thought to make the link to immortality. It is also the patron herb for communication.
It is ideal for clearing or meditation and works well in incense.
Amount: 1 oz / 28 grams
Country of Origin: New Mexico, USA
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Red willow bark
- Clearing & calming
Willows are regarded by Native Americans as being relatives of the four winds, as the seeds are carried wildly by the wind in four directions. A secondary relation is to the water, as they're often found growing by streams. The spirit of the tree is thought of as versatile and mutable and, not surprisingly, the main way they used red willow bark in their life and ceremonies is in relation to air and water.
For example, Hopi and Navajo clans used willow to make prayer sticks and amulets, whilst others used the plant to make water carriers, arrow shafts or emblems of the four winds.
The bark works well in incense and was an important ingredient in sacred smoking ceremonies. It's calming and soothing, making it an ideal herb for use with clearing purposes and during quiet sessions of meditation.
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Reviews - rated 5/5 based on customer reviews4 out of 5 By Gina TilsteadBurn Red Willow Bark and you will feel like you are surrounded by a huge Medicine Blanket! Red Willow Bark provides a sense of well-being and total protection, like you are having a huge hug from an Ancient Grandfather. It has a lovely woody aroma which provides the feeling of connecting with the Standing People. Excellent to use for when you are alone and need to be wrapped in warmth and protection.
View Profile5 out of 5 By John YoungAs a practising Native American Medicine Man in the UK this site has proved itself invaluable.
This is a high quality product harvested in an environmental and sacred way, as it must be to be used to it's potential in ceremonies. Meets my needs perfectly, highly recommended. This herb has many uses, ceramonial and otherwise, but predominantly is for personal protection & well-being. A personal favorite of mine due to the instantly "warming" effect it has, can be extremely helpful for anyone feeling alone or insecure.