3 Herbs for Leo Season: Protection, Skincare & Heart Healing

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It’s hot outside and it’s Leo season! That means it’s time for vacationing and self-nourishment. Leos, who are represented by the sun and by the lion, love being able to take it slow and lounge around. Considering the heat waves we’ve been experiencing this season, slowing down is definitely called for.

This bright luminary is certainly bringing the light AND the intensity this summer, so it’s super important that we stay hydrated and give our bodies the nutrients it needs. Incorporating some solar-ruled herbs into your routines can help you embrace and work with the supporting energies of Leo season now and later.

3 Herbs for Leo Season

Calendula: This solar-ruled herb is a go-to for skin health. It has antibacterial and antimicrobial benefits. Use calendula salves or oils to treat diaper rash, wounds, and other skin conditions. This bright, sunny herb can also be used as a pain and inflammation reducer.

*Can be used for prosperity work, glamour magick, solar plexus work

Hawthorn berries: Perfect for heart-related issues, hawthorn has been known for its various cardio-protective abilities. Hawthorn has been used to help combat angina, high blood pressure, hardening of the arteries, and congestive heart failure. It’s also a wonderful herb to befriend during times of grief. 

Rue: A bitter herb with anti-inflammatory properties that can be used to stimulate menstruation, improve heart health, and treat anxiety. Rue is often used for spiritual protection and hex breaking. 


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A millennial residing in Brooklyn, NYC. I hate small talk.

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