Most magical practices make use of herbs in various ways, often in rituals and magical workings. Often they are used as incense, when they are crushed and powdered, or as oils. Their properties mean that they create a type of force field that intensifies the vibration needed. Additionally, when the practitioner calls upon the power of the Gods and spirits, the herbs become even more effective.

Simply having particular herbs in your sacred space or having them about your person is sufficient to begin the process of enhancing the area or your personal vibration. You can use them in incense and dedicate them to the appropriate Elements and Deities.

Many of the herbs mentioned can be obtained from a good herbalist, though for those of you who are truly interested it would be worthwhile creating a small herb garden or growing them on your windowsill.


I’ve compiled a short list of some very beneficial herbs to keep in your Witches’ Cupboard if you have one, or if you want to start one.zodiac-astrology-essential-oil-correspondences

I’ve also listed “The Witches’ 3 X 3” – a list of nine healing herbs, indicated by an (***) sign.


The Buckeye has been associated for years with money and prosperity, particularly when it comes to gambling. For success at the gaming tables, or to bring money your way, carry a Buckeye in your pocket. Rub it for luck right before you roll the dice.

Lucky Buckeye Nut

Buckeye nuts are alleged to be powerful good luck charms. The name Buckeye comes from the folklore of Native Americans. The name was translated from the native words for the eye of a buck or male deer because of their resemblance to the eye of a deer. Buckeyes are known for their Luck and Money drawing properties and are used in Hoodoo and other conjuring practices. Put our knowledge of Roots and Herbs to work for you.

Traditional uses include:

Carrying on oneself to increase good luck and draw money. Anoint with any  wealth, success, money drawing or luck oils and carry in a mojo bag for gambling luck.

Place around your home or bury in your yard for all around good luck.


Pain reliever, heals skin – lips, nose, burns. Sacred to the Godess, used in full moon rituals as an offering to the Goddess, purification, promotes celibacy, heightens physical energy.


  • CATNIP LEAVES are used by many folks for Luck in Love Affairs.
  • Carry CATNIP in a flannel bag, the man you want will be attracted to you like a Cat to CATNIP.
  • Use it in an herbal bath, sprinkle it at the 4 corners of the bed, or burn it with incense to attract a new lover.


Very important first aid herb. Does not burn the skin or inner tissues, but feels hot. Helps coagulate blood, internally and externally. Can be sprinkled directly onto a bleeding cut. Good for heart disease.


Soothing to the body & mind, sedative before bed as a tea, mind pain reliever as a compress/ For good luck or changing your luck, prevents lightning strikes to your house or person, prosperity, meditation aid.

Chewing John Root

  • Carry on oneself or in a mojo bag to protect from legal repercussions.
  • Carry a root or discretely spit on the floor of a court room for good luck in all of your legal troubles.

Chewing John Root

Little John to Chew or Chewing John root comes from the root of the galangal plant. Galangal root is used medicinally and in ritual and spell work.

The galangal health benefits are similar to ginger and include aiding digestion. The ritual uses of galangal root or Chewing John include bringing good luck to all of your legal matters and it has been called the Lucky Court Root.

It is often used in Hoodoo, Voodoo, Santeria, Wicca, Magick and other spiritual rituals. Put our knowledge of roots and herbs to work for you.


Eases toothache pain, calms stomach pain, relieves gas. Banishes hostility or negative energy, increases personal gain, clears a cloudy mind, increases friendship or love.


Pain relief, allergy & cough suppressant. Used in spells for wealth, prosperity & love.


Very nutritious. Sooths the stomach, heals sprains, strains, fractures, sores, arthritis. Used in protection spells and safety when travelling.


  • Lust, sex magick and attracting love.
  • Useful for any love or sex spells.
  • Used by solitary practitioners to open the chakras and increase psychic abilities.
  • It is said that this herb should be stored in a container with a quartz crystal.
  • Highly useful in tantra magick, astral travel, deep meditation, and spirit quests.

Note: Internal use of this herb can be toxic to the liver.

Protection, luck, for a raise or new job; invisibility.


Love, Protection, Exorcism, Potency. Used in homemade magickal inks. Burn the resin to entice errant lovers to return. A stick placed under the pillow will cure impotency. A powerful protectant when sprinkled around the house or burned as incense. A pinch added to to other incenses will increase their potency.

Dragon's Blood uses : money and love.

Powdered Dragon’s Blood resin may be burned on charcoal, and folks claim that this Cleanses the Home and rids the premises of evil. It is said to be particularly good when moving into a new house, and it may be mixed with Camphor resin for this purpose.

Dragon’s Blood powder is also used by women who wish to receive an offer of Marriage. They write their lover’s Name on a small square of brown paper, cross it with their own name, fold Dragon’s Blood powder into the Name-Paper, and throw the packet onto glowing charcoal along with Love Me Incense while saying their prayer.

Dragon’s Blood Oil is used to anoint red candles for luck and power, and to dress objects that may be handled in the course of one’s work or while gambling.

Earth Smoke

  • Associated with the underworld.
  • Excellent for use at Samhain.
  • Infusion is useful as a wash for consecrating ritual tools.
  • Use in purification rituals when moving into a new residence.
    Make an infusion, then sprinkle the infusion around the house and rub on the bottom of shoes to bring quick financial gain.

Also Called:  Fumitory


Protection, power. Use in protection amulets.

Also Called: Obeah Wood


Adds powerful strength to charms, sachets, and herb mixes. Useful for money drawing magick. Dried flowers can be burned as incense. Use on the altar as a offering to the spirits.

Also Called: Purple Coneflower, Coneflower, Black Sampson, Rudbeckia


Cascarilla repels negative energy, and the vibration of negative energy. Cascarilla powder is such a potent cleansing and protecting agent that it can be used in any number of ways to guard from evil, malicious magic, and disease.

Magical Uses

1. If someone leaves a trick on your doorstep or you find some suspicious item in your home from an enemy, dust your hands well with this powder before picking it up. This keeps the evil from transferring to you, and you can dispose of it safely.

2. Add some to your bath water or sprinkle in the wash bucket for scrubbing the floor to disperse negativity.

3. Use cascarilla powder to make symbols on the floor or altar during ritual or spellwork.

4. Add a bit of water and use it to paint symbols on your skin or use it dry to dust your body for all-over protection.

5. Purification baths.

6. As a piece of chalk to draw sigils and circles of protection for Magickal rituals.

7. Sprinkle a little into water that you plan on cleaning the floors with.

How to Make Egg Shell Powder

Supplies: The shells of 6 eggs 1 teaspoon very hot tap water 1 teaspoon flour 1 clean rock Sheet of paper Spoon Cup Paper towel (You can grind them in a coffee grinder or food processor too)

Directions: 1. Wash the eggshells well, so they do not have any egg left in them. Let them dry for an hour. The shells must be completely dry, or the chalk will fall apart. 2. Place a sheet of paper on a hard surface. Grind the shells on the paper with a rock. Make sure the rock is clean so you don’t get dirt ground in with the eggshells. 3. Continue grinding the eggshells until you have a fine powder. Make sure you have enough powder to fill a large spoon, which is enough for one stick of chalk. 4. When you have enough of the fine powder to make a stick of chalk, sift or pick up little bits of eggshells that are not ground up and throw them away. Leaving in little bits of eggshells may cause your chalk to break up. 5. Put the teaspoon of flour and the teaspoon of hot water into a cup. Stir together to make a paste. 6. Add the spoonful of eggshell powder into the paste and mix well. It may help to mash it with the back of the spoon. 7. Add a few drops of food coloring if you want colored chalk. Too many drops will make the paste too wet. 8. On a clean, dry surface roll the mixture into a stick. 9. Wrap the stick up in a strip of paper towel and set aside to dry. Drying takes about three days. 10. Peel the paper off one end and you’re ready for some sidewalk art.



  • Sleep, releasing enchantments, protection against negativity, wisdom, house blessing and business blessing.
  • Elder flowers are useful in dream pillows.
  • Wear to provide protection against evil, negativity, attackers, and the temptation to commit adultery.
  • Used in rites of death & dying to protect the loved one during transport to the Otherworld.
  • Note: Elder leaves, bark, roots, and raw berries are poisonous. Use with caution.

Also Called: Sweet Elder, Tree of Doom, Pipe Tree, Witch’s Tree, Old Lady, Devil’s Eye


Magickally used for banishing and to dispel angry or violent vibrations. Associated with elves. Use in a sachet to attract love or in incense to purify initiates. Strong association with the Elven world and Tarot. Useful for baby blessings. Hide a sachet of elecampane or sprinkle it around doorways to keep out bad vibrations. Ground together with vervain and mistletoe for a powerful love powder.

Also Called: Yellow Starwort, Elfdock, Elfwort, Horse-elder, Horseheal, Scabwort, Elecampagne, Velvet Dock


Love, protection from lightning. Strong correspondence with the Elven world. To stop slander, bury elm bark in a box with a piece of paper containing the name of the person who is speaking adversely about you.

Also Called: Elven, European Elm, English Elm


Love spells, sex magick

Epsom Salt

Common ingredient in ritual baths and bath salt recipes.


Attracts healing vibrations, great for protection and healing sachets. Use to purify any space. Use dried leaves to stuff healing poppets, pillows, or sachets. Arrange a ring of dried leaves around a blue candle and burn the candle for healing vibrations. Carry in a sachet or amulet to help reconcile difficulties in a relationship, for protection, and/or to maintain health.

Also Called: Blue Gum, Curly Mallee, River Red Gum, Mottlecah, Maiden’s Gum, Fever Tree, Stringy Bark Tree

Evening Primrose

Magickal uses include love and attracting faeries. Use in ritual baths to increase inner beauty & desirability.

Also Called: Fever Plant, Field Primrose, King’s Cureall, Night Willow-herb, Scabish, Scurvish, Tree Primrose, Primrose


Carry this herb to increase psychic ability, improve memory, encourage rationality and increase positive outlook. Carry to bring a humorous and bright outlook when life seems dark and negative.

Also Called: Eye Bright, Euphrasia, Casse-lunette


Aids digestion, can be chewed or brewed to tea for weight loss, gas relief, halitosis. Imparts strength & sexual virility. Prevents curses.


Cleanses system internaly. Take at the onset of colds or flu. Doubles money in gambling, use to win in court. Sex magick, hex breaking, aids psychic powers.


Good for hair, skin, digestion, lungs, blood health. Lowers cholesterol & blood pressure. Good for ear infections. Heals colds, flu. Tincture by steeping in olive oil. Use for magickal healing, protection, exorcism.


Relaxing stimulant! Use after large meals to settle stomach, induces perspiration while sweating out a fever, aids the liver. Powerful aphrodisiac when sprinkled in steeping raspberry leaf tea.


Rejuvenates & promotes longevity. Andi-depressant. Use with St. John’s Wort. Equalizes blood pressure & digestion. For use in love spells, beauty & healing spells.


Use in spells for success in gambling.


Attracts love. Use for dream work or divination.


To conquer any situation. To win at gambling, in court. For good luck, money, love, health, protection. To find lost items.


Attracts money & love. For use in divination, charging crystals, moon magick.


Powerful when used as an aphrodisiac. Potion to induce visions, use in astral travel work, for protection in travelling.


Magickal uses include love, protection, healing, sleep, purification, and peace. Promotes healing from depression. Great in sleep pillows and bath spells. Believed to preserve chastity when mixed with rosemary. Burn the flowers to induce sleep and rest, then scatter the ashes around the home to bring peace and harmony. Use in love spells and sachets, especially those to attract men.

  • Add to your bath for cleansing and purification.
  • Scatter around the inside or outside of your home to promote a peaceful atmosphere.
  • Carry on oneself or in a mojo bag to draw love and attract the opposite sex to you.


Cleansing, spiritual opening, purification, and removal of blockages. Add lemon peel to love sachets and mixtures. Soak peel in water and use the mixture as a wash for magickal objects to remove unwanted negativity, especially for objects received second-hand. Use an infusion of lemon to induce lust.

For protection and to increase the power of all amulets; also for a good sexual time.

To gain power over others and control them; also to change someone’s mind.



Anti-spasmodic, anti-convulsive for epileptic seizures or temper tantrums. Calms pain in small doses, muscle spasms, tension headaches, menstrual cramps. Helps to end addictions & sooth withdrawls symptons.


  • Magickal uses include bringing good luck, protecting owner from all harm, travel safety, and gaining employment.
  • Great for use in mojo & charm bags.
  • Carry for general success and to obtain & maintain employment.

Also Called: Orchid Root


  • Promotes energy, communication and vitality.
  • Draws customers to a business.
  • Use dried leaves to stuff a green poppet for healing.
  • Place in wallet or purse or rub on money to bring wealth and prosperity.
  • Use on the altar to draw good spirits to assist in your magick.
  • Place in the home for protection.


  • Magickal uses include invisibility and protection from evil.
  • Use only the flowers in magick, as the roots give off fumes when drying.
  • Excellent for redirecting predators who come after you.

Note: Poisonous, use with caution and do not consume.


MUGWORT has two magical uses: to provide safe travel and to aid psychic work.

  1. For Safe Travel: Worn in the Shoes, MUGWORT is said to prevent fatigue while walking and to keep off wild beasts and the spirits of evil beings who inhabit forlorn places. A red flannel mojo containing MUGWORT, Comfrey root, and a Saint Christopher medal is said to provide safety and protection to those who visit foreign places or venture away from home, and to make journeys more pleasant by eliminating interference in one’s travel plans.
  2. Spiritualism: MUGWORT brings success to those who engage in psychic and visionary work. If kept in a red bag under one’s pillow, it aids in the production of clairvoyant dreams. A tea made from MUGWORT is used by many to cleanse crystals. To bring forth protective and benevolent spirits, MUGWORT is burned on charcoal with Star Anise, Althaea, and resin incenses like Frankincense, Myrrh, Copal, or Benzoin.

Mugwort can be substituted for WORMWOOD in spells.

Mugwort and Magick


Mugwort can be used as a sacred smoking or smudging herb for protection or divination. It is safe to smoke (as safe as smoking anything is) by itself, mixed with tobacco, or other smokeables in a ritual context and is said to enhance astral projection, lucid dreaming and other altered states of consciousness. Some say that simply keeping mugwort under your pillow or in your bedroom will encourage prophetic dreams. Try making a dream pillow stuffed with mugwort. If you do keep it in your bedroom, remember that it is closely related to ragweed and the flowers may trigger some allergies.

Others say you must burn it or smoke it in order to utilize its conscious-altering affects. Burn mugwort in an incense burner as you use divination tools to help open your mind to any messages coming in; or consider using it to make a smudge stick.

If you are not pregnant, a cup of mugwort tea before bedtime will also encourage lucid dreaming. I recommend Mountain Rose Herbs Dream Tea which contains mugwort as well as several other supportive herbs. I use it myself.

Mugwort is also used in protective sachets, especially those created in relation to travel. It is said to prevent delays, and other annoyances associated with traveling, as well as to protect the traveler from accidents, thieves and other dangers associated with traveling.

Mugwort stems also make very nice wands, though they aren’t very sturdy.

Use herbal water made of mugwort to cleanse ritual tools, especially those used for divination.

Hanging mugwort over or on a door will keep unwelcome energies from passing through.


  • Magickal uses include:
    • attracting money/prosperity,
    • bringing luck,
    • protection,
    • breaking hexes.
  • Include in money magick and sachets.
  • Carry as a good luck charm and/or to increase the intellect.
  • Sprinkle nutmeg powder on green candles for prosperity.


Money drawing.

  • Put leaves in wallet or purse to attract money.
  • Rub fresh leaves on money before it is spent to ensure its return.
  • Also Called: Bergamot, Orange Mint


  • Magickal uses include:
    • love,
    • divination,
    • luck,
    • money
    • house & business blessing.
  • Add to love sachets to help someone make up their mind.
  • Use in sachets & amulets to bring luck to business negotiations.


Reverses spells, peacefully gets rid of trouble makers. Use in clairvoyance, divination, sex magick. Use to manifest & draw money.


Protection from hexes and jinxes. Good luck, good fortune, prosperity, and business success. Hang in the home or car for protection. Used to attract faeries. Use in rituals to cure or reduce lunacy. Warning: While the flowers & petals have the positive qualities listed, the seed is called ‘Jumby Bean’ and is known for promoting dissension and strife.



Repels insects, calms skin itch or nervous itch. Treats & soothes nausea, treats colds & flu. Use in consecration rituals, exorcism.

Pepper, Black

Courage, banishing negative vibrations. Burn to rid home or office of bad vibrations. Carry to ward off petty jealousy against you or aid in providing courage to face difficult situations.

Also Called: Piper


  • Use to increase the vibrations of a space or in spells and incense for healing & purification.
  • Place in sleep pillow to ensure peaceful sleep and bring about prophetic dreams.
  • Use to anoint furnishings and household objects.
  • Burn in a new home to clear out sickness and negative energy.
  • Use in magickal workings to provide the push needed to bring change to one’s life.
  • Carry with other herbs to boost love & abundance wishes.

Also Called: Brandy Mint, Lammint


Love within marriage, mental powers, and money. Carry to obtain grace, attract money, and protect against snakes and poison. Use in magickal workings to restore lost memory. Burn with love incense before having sex with your husband or wife. Note: Can be poisonous, use with caution.

Also Called: Sorceror’s Violet


Changing sex, healing, and luck




Draws comfort, prosperity success, and well-being




Protection and health


  • Promotes clean breaks, new beginnings, prosperity, success, strength, grounding, and growth;
  • Also used for cleansing, purification, and repelling negativity.
  • Great for house and business blessing.


  • Luck, money, and chastity.
  • Add an infusion of pineapple to the bath to attract luck.

Pink Root

  • Healing
  • Also Called: Indian Pink, Maryland Pink, Wormgrass, Wormroot, Starbloom

Pink Rose Buds

Divine, emotional, and thinking love; start with these to build a long lasting relationship.


Breaking love spells


Blood detoxifier for treatment of poison ivy, snakebite, bee stings, mosquito bites, etc. Apply juice of crushed leaves to bites & stings. Reapply often, drink brew of leaves made into tea, eat & chew on fresh leaves.


for kidney strength, infections. Diarreah, nausea, colds and flu. Calming to the nerves as a tonic. Promotes peaceful sleep. Use for visionary work, protection, love spells.


Nerve stimulant, digestive aid. Aids memory, soothes headache, eases depression when inhaled. Use for protection, exorcisms, purification, healing, stimulate lust. Powerful fumitory.


Very nutritious, high in Vitamin C. Take for colds or flu, reduces fever. Mild laxative, good for acne. For spells concerning good luck, use to summon good spirits.


Use as an antiperspirant, healing to wounds. Aids digestion, relieves muscle and joint pain. Gargle to heal sores of the mouth & gums. Healing to colds & flu, reduces fever, preservative. For use in spells for wisdom, healing, money, protection, longevity, powerful fumitory for ritual.


Use a poultice for bruises & minor contusions, reduces fever. For use in clairvoyance & protection spells, purification, meditation. Burned in rituals, aids in magickal work, stimulates sexual urges, aids in healing spells.


Tranquilizer & anti-insomniatic. Sedative (mild to moderate) Eases nervous tension, drug & alcohol withdrawl symptoms, eases menstrual symdrome. Use for fidelity, commitment. Relieves anxiety. Promotes relaxation & peaceful feeling.


Wound healing, immune system booster. Anti-insomniatic, headache relief, eases menstrual cramps. Powerful anti-depressant. Use for protection, exorcism, courage, divination rituals.



For guud luck, draws money, attracts material desires. Wish magick.


Calms nerves, sleep aid. Treats nervous conditions. Antispasmodic. Reduces blood pressure. Use in love magick, purification, divination, black magick.


Love, Hex Breaking, Luck, Money, Anti-Theft


For minor pains and headache, tooth ache, arthritis, other inflammations. For restful sleep, calming nerves. For protection, purification, consecration, potions for love, creativity


  • Protection, Chastity, Divining Rods, Inspiration, Love divination. 
  • Carry Witch Hazel to mend a broken heart and cool passions.


  • The scent of wormwood is said to increase psychic powers.
  • Burned with incenses on Samhain to aid evocation, divination, scrying and prophecy.
  • Especially good when combined with Mugwort.
  • Strengthens incenses for exorcism and protection.
  • Hung from a rear-view mirror, wormwood protects vehicles from accidents on treacherous roads.

Use in spells for: Binding; Psychic Awareness; Evocation; Love; Clairvoyance.

Magic & Wormwood

Macerate wormwood and soak in wine for several days, then strain. Use this wine to induce visions, aid in astral projection, and divination. OR place several tablespoons of dried wormwood leaves and flowers in a jar, cover with light olive oil and seal. Let this steep for several weeks in a cool place, strain and use as an anointing oil for yourself or your divination tools. (See cautions on Healing With Wormwood below).

Wormwood flowers and leaves can be added to magical sachets for protection against accidents. Hang these in your car or carry them on your person.

Wormwood may also be used in spells to send harmful magic back on its sender and for spells for vengeance.

Combined with mugwort and burned, wormwood is useful for calling up spirits. Make sure the area is well-ventilated as the smoke can be very irritating to the eyes and throat and is toxic if inhaled. It is also said to be useful in banishing spirits.

Wormwood may also be used in love magic, as this old charm indicates:

‘On St. Luke’s Day, take marigold flowers, a sprig of marjoram, thyme, and a little Wormwood; dry them before a fire, rub them to powder; then sift it through a fine piece of lawn, and simmer it over a slow fire, adding a small quantity of virgin honey, and vinegar. Anoint yourself with this when you go to bed, saying the following lines three times, and you will dream of your partner “that is to be”:

“St. Luke, St. Luke, be kind to me, In dreams let me my true-love see.” ‘ ~ An old love charm

For safety’s sake, do not use wormwood essential oil. Use the dried or fresh leaves or flowers only.


The Uses of herbs

PROTECTION Such herbs guard against physical and psychic attacks, injury, accidents and such things as wicked spirits. They usually offer protection in a general sort of way.

LOVE The vibration of these herbs is such that they can help you to meet new people, to overcome shyness and let others know that you are open to new relationships. They put out a particular vibration so that those who are interested will answer the call. The safest way to use them is to accept that several people may be attracted to you and you will then be able to make an informed choice.

FIDELITY Some herbs and plants can by tradition be used to ensure fidelity. You do have to have a firm belief that you have a right to another’s devotion before imposing your will on them. Using a spell for fidelity amounts to a binding spell and you must make allowances for the person’s own integrity. It should always be remembered that it is unwise, and sometimes unhelpful, to both parties to hold anyone in a relationship against their will.

HEALING Many herbs have healing properties which can help from both a physical and a magical viewpoint. A practitioner working from both points of view can be of tremendous help in managing illness. However, always remember to advise anyone you work with in this way to seek qualified medical assistance. Never allow yourself to be drawn into being a substitute for medical help.

HEALTH Not only the smell of herbs and plants, but also their vibration, can help to prevent illness and restore good health. So, if you are prone to illness, carry health herbs with you and make sure they are always as fresh as possible.

LUCK is the knack of being in the right place at the right time and being able to act on instinct. Luck herbs help you create your own good fortune. Once you have such a foundation, you can build upon it.

MONEY It is sometimes easier to visualize the outcome of having money – i.e. what you are going to spend the money on – than visualizing actual money coming to you. Certain herbs create an environment in which things can happen. They enable the creation of the means to fulfil your needs – perhaps a gift, a pay rise or some such thing.



To make things easy for you, I have listed the main herbs you will work with most frequently.

ATTRACTING MEN: Jasmine, Juniper (dried berries worn as a charm),Lavender, Lemon Verbena, Lovage, Orris Root, Patchouli

ATTRACTING WOMEN: Henbane, Holly, Juniper (dried berries worn as a charm), Lemon Verbena, Lovage, Orris Root, Patchouli

BANISHING: Hyssop, Lilac, St John’s Wort

CLEANSING: Cinnamon, Clove, Lovage (powdered root), Pine, Thyme (in baths), Vervain (of sacred spaces)

COURAGE: Basil, Garlic, Mullein, Nettle, St John’s Wort, Thyme, Wormwood, Yarrow

EXORCISM: Angelica, Basil, Birch, Frankincense, Juniper, Garlic, St John’s Wort

FERTILITY: Acorns, Geranium, Hawthorn, Mandrake, Orange (dried and powdered peel), Pine, Poppy, Sage, Sunflower (seeds)

FRIENDSHIP: Lemon, Rose, Passion Flower

GOOD FORTUNE: Ash (leaves), Heather, Nutmeg, Rose, Vetivert

HAPPINESS: Anise, Catnip, Lily of the Valley, Marjoram, Saffron

HARMONY: Hyacinth, Heliotrope, Lilac, Meadowsweet

HEALING: Aloe, Ash, Camomile, Cinnamon, Comfrey, Eucalyptus, Fennel, Garlic, Hops, Marjoram, Mint, Nettle, Pine, Rosemary, Saffron, Sage, Sandalwood, Thyme, Yarrow

HEX-BREAKING: Chilli Pepper, Galangal, Vertivert

LOVE: Apple, Balm of Gilead, Basil, Caraway, Catnip, Coriander, Cowslip,Dill, Gardenia, Ginger, Ginseng, Honeysuckle, Jasmine, Lavender, Linden,Marigold, Marjoram, Meadowsweet, Mistletoe, Myrtle, Rose, Rosemary,Valerian, Vervain, Violet (mixed with Lavender), Yarrow

LUCK: Apple, Ash (leaves), Hazel, Holly (for newly-weds), Ivy (for newly-weds), Mint, Rose, Rowan, Vervain, Violet (flowers)

LUST: Cinnamon, Lemongrass, Nettle, Rosemary, Violet

MEDITATION: Camomile, Elecampane, Frankincense, Vervain

MENTAL POWERS: Caraway, Lily of the Valley, Rosemary, Vanilla, Walnut

MONEY: Camomile, Cinnamon, Clove, Comfrey, Fennel, Ginger, Mint, Poppy Vervain

PEACE: Aloe, Camomile, Gardenia, Lavender, Myrtle, Violet

POWER: Carnation, Cinnamon, Ginger, Rosemary, Rowan

PROSPERITY: Acorn, Almond, Ash, Basil, Benzoin, Honeysuckle

Note: There are so many herbs suitable for the next three categories and the choice is such a personal one that we have included only a few suggestions. Your own further research will very much enhance your magical workings.


PROTECTION: Aloe, Angelica (Root), Anise, Balm of Gilead, Basil, Bay Laurel, Black Pepper, Caraway, Camomile, Dill (for children), Dragon’s Blood, Fennel, Garlic, Hawthorn, Holly, Hyssop, Lavender, Mandrake, Meadowsweet, Mistletoe, Mugwort, Nettle, Periwinkle, Rose, Rosemary, Rowan, Sage, St John’s Wort, Sandalwood, Vervain, Witch Hazel, Wormwood

PSYCHIC POWERS: Ash (leaves), Bay Laurel, Bay leaves, Cinnamon, Cowslip, Elecampane, Eyebright, Hyssop, Lavender, Marigold, Mugwort,Nutmeg, Rose, Thyme, Wormwood, Yarrow

PURIFICATION: Anise, Betony, Cinquefoil, Dragon’s Blood, Frankincense, Hyssop, Lavender, Lemon, Oak Leaves, Pine, Rosemary, Rue, Sandalwood, Thyme, Valerian, Vervain

SUCCESS: Cinnamon, Ginger, Lemon Balm, Rowan

SLEEP: Catnip, Hops, Lavender, Thyme, Valerian, Vervain

SPIRITUALITY: Cinnamon, Clover, Frankincense, Myrrh, Sandalwood

WISDOM: Peach (fruit), Sage, Sunflower


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