A Matter of Healing in Anatolia – Cocklebur / Nazar
In Anatolia, which has been home to many different civilizations over the past 8000 years, nature has always been an important part of life. The cocklebur is a wild plant that is common throughout this region, with the people from Anatolia believing that its spiky structure serves to keep away the evil eye, using this symbol as an amulet motif in clothing and carpets. In particular, this motif is believed to protect against health problems, and with its very granular form, is also often a symbol of fertility and abundance.
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The answers to all of the world’s problems are hidden in nature! Look: Even the world of medical pharmacology has recently found a passion for plant sciences. Nowadays, herbalists and greengrocers are practically regarded as pharmacies. So whatever your needs or your worries, the cure can be found in nature. Search insistently, keep plenty of cocklebur around.
With its effect of warding off the evil eye, you can use this soap to protect the skin of your loved ones who are very precious to you. It is a matter of solving the problems of your most beloved. When you think of a “Valentine's Day gift, Mother’s Day gift, Father's Day gift, anniversary gift, get well gift, friendship gift, or birthday gift” this is the first thing that comes to mind.