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rowan

    Rowan is a tree. Rowan is called mountain ash, but even though the leaves look similar, the rowan is not a true ash. Rowan is closely related to rose and to a lesser degree related to apple, hawthorne, and pear.

botanical information:

    Botanical name: Sorbus acuparia

    Common name: Lady of the Mountains, mountain ash, quickbeam, rowan, wildwood

origin:

    Origin: Rowan is originally from northern Europe’s deciduous forests, moors, heaths, and rocky mountain slopes.

    Rowan has a shiny grey or grey-ish brown bark. Rowan flowers are creamy white. Rowan berries are small and gree, ripening into bright orange-red berries. Rowan can grow up to 30 feeet tall and to altitudes up to 3,250 feet.

nutritional information:

    Rowan’s bright red berries are used to make jelly. Rowan jelly sweetened with sugar can be used as a substitute for cranberry sauce. Crab apples and rowan berries can be used to make a tart jelly. The ancient Welsh made ale from rowan berries.

    Rowan bark and berries were used for herbal mediciations.

    Rowan was used for tanning and for making black dye.

astrological correspondences:

    In Celtic astrology the sign of Rowan is approximately January 21st to February 17th. Rowan Moon is masculine and called Moon of Vision or the Spirit Moon.

magickal correspondences and uses:

    Magickal uses: protection against bad luck, evil, and lightning

    Horses and other animals were protected from bewitching by rowan wands.

    Druids used rowan fires and incantations to summon spirits to aid their tribe during upcoming battle.

ancient myths and beliefs:

    Rowan was the Celtic tree of life. Celts believed that the first woman was a rowan tree and the first man was an alder tree.

    Rowan is called the Whispering Tree, because Celts believed that rowan held secrets.

    Celts believed that a sprig of rowan placed over the main entrance of a home would keep out evil. Celts would hang a rowan branch over the threshold of their homes on Imbolc (spring fstival). Many Celts planted rowan around their home for protection from evil.

    The Celts believed that rowan helped protect against lightning (hence rowan is sometimes called wildwood or quickbeam).

    The Welsh placed rowan in graveyards to scare away demons that might disturb the sleep of the dead. Medieval Christians drove rowan stakes into corpses to prevent ghosts, especially if the person died under unusual or violent circumstances.

deities associated with rowan:

    Rowan bark and berries were used for herbal mediciations. Rowan is an astringent. Rowan was used to make a gargle.

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