The Galdrabók

#Folklore #Iceland

In the The Galdrabók (Icelandic Book of Magic) is an Icelandic grimoire dated to ca. 1600 some of the inyteresting herbs in this book was named after the Norse gods and goddesses such as Baldr’s brow and Frigg’s herb. These herbs were used in spell work.
The leek was known for magickal runic formula.

circa 45o C.E.

Icelandic Herbal healing stones were used to ward off disease.

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Author: Nifty Buckles

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