From the Wortcunner’s Cabinet: Pennyroyal

By Isabella @TheWandCarver

Pennyroyal

from Google Images

Pennyroyal is a member of the Mint family and was once used as a flavouring for pork during Medieval times. Its name comes from the Latin word for …..

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About Isabella

Everything worth knowing, I learned from my Nana. I'm a sixty-six year old cunning woman who practises a solitary English hedgewitch life in as near the old ways as I can. I do not sacrifice small animals, neighbours, nor eat children. I'm more interested in visiting my ancestors on hedgewalks. And, I am owned entirely by my lovely feline companion, Pippa [Lady Philipa Cattington].
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