Natural Werewolf Repellant

There are a few plants that grow naturally that are known to ward werewolves away and have been dubbed as a “natural” werewolf repellant. These items irritate some werewolves causing them to become sick. It should be noted however, that like humans, each werewolf is individual, so there may be some werewolves that have developed some immunity to the noted plants. In general however, they will repel most werewolves.

1. Wolfsbane – Wolfsbane is an herb that is considered one of the most successful methods of repelling a werweolf. This herb became widely known in popular culture when it was used in the movie Wolf Man. Prior to that however, it did appear in various folklore and legends related to werewolves as a plant that could be used in the home to protect it against shapeshifters. The plant also sometimes goes by the name Monkshood. Some say that if it is held near a werewolf’s chin it can identify if the person is a werewolf by casting a yellow shadow.

2. Mistletoe – Mistletoe is a plant that one traditionally thinks about in relation to Christmas, however, in lore it is more commonly known as a plant that can ward off werewolves. Mistletoe is a parasitic plant that grows on the branches of a host tree.

4. Rye – Rye is a type of grass that grows in fields.  It is used as a grain to make bread and whiskey.  Some legends say this grain weakens werewolves, and that if you are being chased by one, you can easily escape by running into a field of rye!

5. Mountainash – Mountain Ash is a type of tree. Some folklore claims that by standing under a mountain ash tree, you are effectively safe from werewolves as they will not venture near the tree.  Others plant the tree next to their house so that it grows next to the house protecting all inhabitants from werewolf attacks.



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12 Responses

  1. ILiekPizza says:

    Some of those kinda smell. Thats probably why they repel werewolves. Although I do love a good reuben on marble rye. 🙂

  2. Ashley says:

    Ya same here!!! 🙂

  3. darkmoonman says:

    Except aconitum isn’t the original wolfsbane.

  4. vandel says:

    What is it in the tree that repells werewolfs

  5. Michael says:

    Great info but I think you forgot to include #3 in your list. You only have 4 samples not 5 and you count as bad as people I work with who cant count between 2 & 5. 1,2,4,&5 lol

  6. Hollow says:

    strong perfume or colone not natural but realy affective

  7. Shawn salyther says:

    some gr8 info defo be sure to scare them were’s aways with thesez. praise

  8. Lil says:

    Lemongrass oil will block your scent if they are tracking you…

  9. JoeLupe says:

    @All wow this page is filled with bs lol

    @Lil if people are tracking you, honestly any scent other than your own would work with masking it lol! Even covering yourself in mud is good with masking scent, that’s what military people used to do. It’s a good tactic, because patrol dogs wouldn’t be able to catch up if your scent is masked. Lol!

  10. The Masked Warrior(Wolf Army) *Lunar Apocalypse* ^Beta^ #Trainer# says:

    Oh ha ha, this is funny(JK I can’t actually laugh but hey) this is why my sister told me to come here, come on…. I thought it was important, but you are indeed correct I put pine needles on me and mud(much more efficient…)…. I really shouldn’t have returned, bye….

  11. Fallen_Alpha says:

    blaaaahh I’ve never liked mistletoe it smells weird and seems to make me itchy and sick when touching it and its not an allergy

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