Boneset, cut, 1 oz (Eupatorium perfoliatum)

Herbal Uses of Boneset*

Digestive Support
When steeped in hot water, dried boneset leaves have been used to make a tea that could help relieve indigestion symptoms like bloating and flatulence.
Skin Health
Boneset tea has been used as a topical treatment to promote healing of skin wounds and infections.
Colds and Flu
Boneset leaves and flowers can be steeped in hot water and consumed as a tea. It is believed to help reduce symptoms of fevers, colds and flu, such as body aches, chills and headache.
Sedative Properties
When consumed as a tea, boneset has been used for its sedating and calming effects for reducing stress, insomnia, and promoting relaxation.

*Do not use if pregnant or nursing. Use in small amounts only as it reportedly causes diarrhea due to toxicity.

Magical Uses of Boneset

To ward against negative energies, use boneset to make a protection circle, ritual bath, or charm bag.
Boneset is used to get rid of and keep evil spirits at bay.
Use bonset in healing rituals and spells to heal physical and emotional wounds.
Boneset can be used for divination, such as bone-reading, spirit communication, and scrying.


The information provided about the potential uses of boneset for magical purposes is intended for educational purposes only. Please be aware that using boneset for magical purposes may have psychological effects and may also cause allergic reactions in some individuals. Use caution and discretion when exploring these practices, and be mindful of any potential allergies.

Please note that the use of herbs and herbal remedies is not regulated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The FDA does not evaluate or approve herbs for safety or effectiveness, and they may not have been tested for purity or quality. Therefore, it is important to use caution when using any herb or herbal remedy, and to be aware that they may have potential risks and interactions. If you have any health concerns, please consult with a healthcare professional before using any herb or herbal remedy. The information provided about the potential uses and benefits of herbs is for educational purposes only, and is not intended as a substitute for medical advice or treatment.


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