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In herblore and magic belief systems, oak represents abundance, creating your own luck, focus and long-term determination, success, and tapping your own divine energy source. Among Norse populations like the Vikings , the oak was sacred to Odin and was a symbol of supreme knowledge.
Indeed Odin hung just to this tree to acquire divine knowledge and to give mankind the "supreme secret" The Runes, Old Norse for "secret".
In the episode The Ties That Bind , Bonnie's mother, Abby, used a ground up herb to knock Bonnie unconscious, though the name of the herb was never mentioned. Abby later informed Bonnie that the herb had muted Bonnie's magic, and since Abby warned her daughter to not try any spells, it could be assumed that trying to do magic under the effect of this herb would either be dangerous or leaves one unsuccessful.
It was used once again by Abby in A View to a Kill , to subdue Bonnie in an attempt to cleanse her mind of any dark influence.
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However, they proved ineffective against the power of Expression as she awoke shortly after, with all her magic still easily accessible. It was used a third time on Bonnie by Enzo. In Break On Through , Abby and Bonnie made a concoction of herbs to be used in a spell that would reverse the damage done to a broken psyche in an effort to heal Alaric of his dark alter-ego.
It was theorized to be a side-effect from the overuse of the Gilbert Ring 's resurrecting power. According to Abby, the spell used was common amongst witches who got too obsessed with Dark Magic which resulted in them acting out their darkest impulses due to a loss of self-control.
The herbs were required to be drunk twice daily in order to work. The powerful witch Qetsiyah showed a significant use of various herbs, plants and roots of unknown origin in her magical practice. As the spell was cast, the assorted plant life was set on fire. When ground up, set aflame and mixed with water, the herbs produce a vapor that has a hallucinogenic effect on those who take it.
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This allowed Elena to see and interact with a hallucinatory version of Damon whenever she liked. However, a dangerous side effect of these herbs is that they lower the inhibitions of their users, and in the case of Elena, who was a vampire, this increased her hunger and caused her to start feeding on people again. In I Was Feeling Epic , Bonnie, seemingly, used an unknown herb that resembles dried lavender, and dried white flowers, along with candles and several grimoires, and performed the Sleeping Beauty Reversal Spell in order to wake Elena.
Even though Kai claimed that the spell had no loopholes, Bonnie was able to successfully reverse the spell without causing either of them to die in the process. The Originals series has featured many of the aforementioned herbs, such as vervain and wolfsbane, along with quite a few other plants and herbs used in spells and potions. An example of the use of the previously discussed herbs include the vampires under the leadership of Marcel Gerard, who all began inoculating themselves with small amounts of vervain to ensure they couldn't be compelled by Original vampires without some difficulty.
Additionally, Mary Dumas , an Elder of the Crescent Wolf Clan, used a burning sage smudge-stick to cleanse an area of the Bayou after she suspected the raging storm was caused by magic. In Fruit of the Poisoned Tree , Rebekah went to the Jardin Gris shop to recover camphor on Sophie's behalf as an ingredient in an herbal concoction that would help lower Hayley's fever after she was cursed with the Needle of Sorrows via her link to Sophie by Agnes. Agnes intended to use the dark object to induce a miscarriage in Hayley and kill Hayley's hybrid daughter , whom she believed would bring death to all witches.
In real-life herblore, camphor is a resin used in lucky charms and is believed to be a very strong repellent, banishing in both the spiritual and physical plane. Mugwort appears to be a fairly versatile herb, producing a variety of effects when mixed with other herbs. In Fruit of the Poisoned Tree , Rebekah claimed that mixing mugwort with sage creates a potent vampire-repellent when confronted by Marcel.
It was possible she was simply being facetious although we later learn of her proficiency in herblore due to her mother. In The Other Girl in New Orleans , Freya Mikaelson mentioned that she had injected Tristan de Martel with a mixture of hibiscus flower and mugwort in order to counteract any vervain in his system.
In herblore, mugwort is occasionally confused with wormwood see below and is associated with Moon and womanhood. It is known to be a great ingredient for divination and protection spells, which was perhaps the reason why Rebekah claimed it worked well as a vampire repellent. In Live and Let Die , Esther, while possessing the witch Lenore , attempted to locate Davina using three rose petals in a bowl of water, along with several drops of her blood.
However, it was unsuccessful due to Davina's powerful cloaking spell.
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In herblore, roses mean abundance, beauty, clearing and blessings, dreams, emotional healing, friendship, protection, purification, romantic love, secrecy, self-love, spirituality. In almost all cultures these plants are consecrated to the Goddesses or sometimes the Gods of love and beauty. In modern witchcraft, it is also used as a general spell ingredient; roses can be used to replace any flower in a spell, should the practitioner not have a certain flower on hand.
Dried chamomile flowers were used by Genevieve to alleviate the suffering of Hayley while she was affected by a death hex in A Closer Walk With Thee. Chamomile tea, however, has been shown to be drunk regularly by Esther while possessing Cassie. In Alive and Kicking , Klaus said that the flowers of this plant grew wild near his childhood home, and that Esther used them often to make chamomile tea, which he loathed.
In herblore, chamomile is known for its relaxing properties and is often used as an herbal remedy for insomnia and anxiety. A plant whose root vaguely resembles that of a thick long branch.
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