Latin Name: Tussilago farfara
Common Names: Coltsfoot Leaf
If you use coltsfoot herb for your rituals and spells, use them prosperity, wealth, abundance, or even love based rituals and spells.
The Tussilago farfara is a wild flowering plant native to Eurasia that was introduced to the Western Hemisphere by settlers over the past 3-4 centuries. More commonly known as Coltsfoot (leaf of this plant resembles a young horse's hoof), Tussilago farfara looks a great deal like the common dandelion, but grows quite differently.
WARNING: All herbs we sell are for ritual / spellcraft use only. They are not sold for any form of medicinal purpose and even though some of the herbs are well known culinary varieties you cannot assume they are of a culinary grade and so should not under any circumstances be ingested in any form or by any means.
Warning: For external use only. Not to be used during pregnancy. Not to be used while nursing. Do not apply to broken or abraded skin.