Although science and technology advance by leaps and bounds and we can no longer discard them or dispense with their use, little by little we are returning to use all those resources that our grandmothers used and managed to raise children and carry out a wealth family.
Surely we all have something to tell of what our grandmothers were doing: a home remedy, an infallible recipe or faith in something that would bring abundance to the home to trust in the idea that we would never lack anything.
In my case, I keep the memory of the grandmother who claimed that faith moves mountains and that for her it was almost as sacred the “plant of the coin“, which was as she called it, and despite having changed From home throughout her life over and over again, she never left this plant to which she attributed the power to attract money and that we always had what we needed.
The plant we are talking about really has a name, it is called “CrassulaOvata”, and is attributed the powers to clean the environments, attract good energy and money.
It is a South African plant that is also known as “jade” or “plant of money” and from this continent already brings its reputation of being a supplier of abundance and good fortune.
It is also used as a decorative plant as it adapts very well to the interiors of the environments and has very beautiful pink and white flowers.
Around this plant is a legend that tells the story of a very poor farmer who although working without rest could not see the fruit of his effort.
Walking one day through the forest he found this beautiful plant that he decided to take home because besides looking beautiful, its leaves reminded him of the form of jade, a precious stone.
Every time he looked at this plant that seemed so beautiful, he raised his prayers to God, begging for the prosperity he needed so much for himself and his family. And when the time came when the fortune was on his side he could not help but think that this wonderful plant had been a little intermediary between him and God so that his wishes were fulfilled.
This history of faith in which desires can be met, traditionally made people give themselves a jade plant as a symbol and search for wealth and prosperity.