Ash wood

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Female and Effeminate Male energy are present in Ash 18 February to 17 March. Ash is closely aligned to the elemental Earth. Ash is a sacred tree of Celtic Astrology. Greeks associated this tree with Neptune and Mercury. The Druids associated this tree with the adder. The Nords held this tree sacred to Odin, and the world tree, Yggdrasil, is an ash tree and is considered to be the father of all trees. The Welsh associated this tree with the god Gwydion.

Known as the father of trees. Ash draws off the element of water. Requires focus and strength of purpose. Seeks a healing companion. Used for protection. Excellent for absorbing illness and healing spells, aiding in communication and the absorption of knowledge.[1]

The ash wand is an excellent wood for promoting brain power, aids in communication, intelligence, wisdom, and promotes curiosity. Use this wood to remove mental blockages and aid in the promotion of word use and understanding. It is the wood of the writer, poet, and scholar which promotes spiritual love and health. It protects against unwanted change and brings balance to the mind. It's said that warts rubbed on the bark will be absorbed into the tree. Use for protection from drowning, magical effectiveness, sea power, and healing. Ash is also used for protection, finding special roots, horse magic, enhances skills of arts and crafts, justice, weather magic, and for working with the magic of cave and wells.[2]