Energies: Protection, fertility
In the ancient world, watercress was thought to strengthen the conscious mind. The Greeks (who knew the plant as kardamon) ate watercress to gain wit. Classical Romans munched the spicy green leaves to stimulate their
Add watercress to protective diets. The sharp taste and the plant’s habit of growing near flowing water makes it ideal for this purpose.
Eat with visualization, as always. Watercress is also eaten to promote physical fertility.