The Pussy Willow Reliquary

CAD $35.00

According to an old Polish legend, many springtimes ago a mother cat was crying at the bank of the river in which her kittens were drowning. The willows at the river’s edge longed to help her, so they swept their long graceful branches into the waters to rescue the tiny kittens who had fallen into the river while chasing butterflies. The kittens gripped on tightly to their branches and were safely brought to shore. Each springtime since, goes the legend, the willow branches sprout tiny fur-like buds at their tips where the tiny kittens once clung.

Willow is alleged to give strength and health, and was believed to increase in power after consecration in church. Catkins were thought to heal from infertility, protect against fever, restore mental and physical strength, and make it easier to endure the separation from a loved one.

This reliquary includes a wildcrafted Alberta Pussy Willows picked near The Witch’s home.

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According to an old Polish legend, many springtimes ago a mother cat was crying at the bank of the river in which her kittens were drowning. The willows at the river’s edge longed to help her, so they swept their long graceful branches into the waters to rescue the tiny kittens who had fallen into the river while chasing butterflies. The kittens gripped on tightly to their branches and were safely brought to shore. Each springtime since, goes the legend, the willow branches sprout tiny fur-like buds at their tips where the tiny kittens once clung.

Willow is alleged to give strength and health, and was believed to increase in power after consecration in church. Catkins were thought to heal from infertility, protect against fever, restore mental and physical strength, and make it easier to endure the separation from a loved one.

This reliquary includes a wildcrafted Alberta Pussy Willows picked near The Witch’s home.

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Weight 200 g
Dimensions 12 × 3 × 3 cm

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