What flower is called the "Tears of Isis"? What myths and legends about him?
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Answered 15 December 2014 07:18
The tears of Isis are verbena, pigeon grass. According to ancient myths, the tears of Isis. getting into the Nile, raised the water level. Isis of the ancient Egyptians - the goddess of the sun, the ideal of femininity. Consider. that the grass cures a multitude of ailments, many nations worship it as sacred. As early as 77, Pliny the Elder wrote: “... The most incredible things are told about this plant: the one who will rub them will achieve what they want, get rid of any fever and be healed of all diseases!”. In ancient times it was used as a defense against witchcraft, evil spirits. She allegedly repeatedly enhances the effect of all other herbs, brings happiness and good fortune, reconciles friends and enemies, brings well-being and greater profit, returns lost love - a love potion is prepared from it. Wreaths of vervain are considered a symbol of a happy marriage, they are hung over the marriage bed.
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