01 Aries Moon Dry and Hot

Moon of initiative and action
Energetic and fiery

Suitable energy for taking on challenges, participating in competitions, performing daring feats, arduous exercises, physical work, to begin new ventures, or to perform action for its own sake. Purchase of sporting gear, protective gear, hats, tools, stoves, firewood, machinery, cars, bikes, leather objects. The mood is decisive, enterprising, impulsive, militant, spirited, visionary. Honest, direct expression of feelings, strong instinct, but somewhat insensitive. Beware of emotional extremes, head strong, bossy, uncompromising attitudes, lack of empathy, antagonism, aggression, selfishness.

Aries Moon in the garden

  • The following are the Edible Plants, Herbs, Tees and Flowers since ancient times associated with Aries, and also with Mars, Aries’ traditional Ruler, the archetypal god of action, assertion and conflicts. So, for instance, plants with thorns and prickles that they use as weapons against predators. Or plants with hot or acrid or sharp taste etc.

In the garden Fiery Aries is traditionally considered too hot, dry and barren for growing anything. Its energy is very suitable instead for cultivating, general maintenance and harvesting, throughout the cycle, as well as pruning, pest control and weeding, best done after the Last Quarter.
Plants sown with the Moon in Aries will soon go to seed, due to this Sign’s notorious impatience. Suitable only for early crops.

Activity, even of the strenuous sort, is the key word for Aries. So find something to do in the garden, no time for procrastination. Some of your stresses and anxieties may find a useful outlet rolling up your sleeves and getting your hands dirty.

Edible Plants: Capers, Onions, Peppers, Radishes, Thorny Berry Bushes, like Barberry.

Herbs Glyph Healing Herbs/Plants: Some of the medicinal herbs associated with Aries are anti-inflammatory, or are used to reduce fevers o heal wounds. Some others can be used to treat headaches and migraines; or ease muscles pain and help in the healing of sports injures, Aries and Mars ruling the head and the body musculature.
Basil, Betony, Burdock, Cayenne Peppers, Chervil, Coriander, Garlic, Gentian, Got u-Kola, Horseradish, Lichens, Mustard, Nettle, Peppermint, Red Clover, Sarsaparilla, Sassafras, Tarragon, Tobacco, Turmeric, Wormwood.

Tree GlyphTrees: Hawthorn, Holly, Tamarind.

Flower Glyph pinkOrnamental and Flowering Plants: Bryoni, Cactus Flowers, Geranium, Hollyhocks, Honeysuckle, Hops, Impatiens, Red Flowers in general, Thistle, Tiger Lilies.

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