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Orris Root

Orris Root

Botanical Name

Iris x germanica, syn. Iris florentina


Usual Origin(s)




Also known as Purple Flag, Fleur-de-lis, Bearded Iris, and Garden Iris. The dried, 1/8-inch cut pieces of one of two species of European iris, with a characteristic violet aroma. The root is stripped (peeled) of its brown outer bark and rootlets. Orris is used for a multitude of reasons - as a flavor agent in gins, as a fixative in potpourri, and a base note in perfumes.


Magical Uses

Love, Protection, Divination



Aphrodite, Isis, Osiris, Hera, Iris


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