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Common Herbs used with spell craft

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Elemental Correspondences And Herbs. A little bit Pagan - COMMON HERBAL CORRESPONDENCES ... HERBAL CORRESPONDENCES: Magic Herbs - Herb Magick. Herbs, resins, and other organic materials can be used in a variety of forms such as their natural form, dried, or in oils, powders, and incenses.


And while there may be differences in the way they are used, the properties of the herbs and resins and their effects remain the same. Herb applies to a wide range of plants, including: grasses, trees, shrubs, weeds, roots, barks, and the flowers of any plant used for healing, magic spells and rituals, witchcraft, Wicca, or other purposes. Resins are concentrated, partially dehydrated derivatives of the liquid or sap of trees and plants and are commonly used in the same manner as herbs.

Animal products like musk and ambergris are used similarly to resins and herbs, but primarily for their scents. Herbs and their by-products have been used for thousands of years by humans and other animals for healing. Herbs have many possible uses: Charms and Sachets Incense Bath Oils Teas The first two lists are "quick and dirty" references. Dill: Love.

Spiritual Spells: Herbal Magick Book of Shadows. Many Wiccans, Pagans, Magicians, and Conjure folk pride themselves on their knowledge of herbs, and which ones can be used in which ways.

Spiritual Spells: Herbal Magick Book of Shadows

Every herb and root has a medicinal and a magical property of some sort. Each shows its properties by its form, shape, and spirit; this is the Doctrine of Signatures. It is a part of the Craft of the Wise to learn to hear, see, smell, and feel these Signatures so that we may better use and understand these gifts from the Earth that are all around us. The herbs used in Witchcraft and Wicca magick are not always the same as those used in Conjure, so we provide two lists here, covering the most popular herbs in both traditions. One difference between the two paths is that Conjure workers tend to use the roots of plants, while Pagans more often use the leaves and flowers. Two books that we recommend to our own Coven members, and which we believe will set you on the path of discovery about the wonderful subject of herbal spell-crafting are:

Magickal Wicca Resources. This list is taken from the Vitriol Grove / Avalonia Wicca Homestudy Course of 2002, being an adaptation of a list published in the book Magick Without Peers (A Course in Progressive Witchcraft) by Ariadne Rainbird and David Rankine in 1997.

Magickal Wicca Resources

It is not an exhaustive list, but a provides a good starting point for those wishing to explore the use of herbs, barks, resins and oils in herbal potions, charm bags and incenses, providing elemental and planetary correspondences for a long list of commonly used ingredients. [Apologies for the messy layout, we will tidy in due course! ] Acacia (Gum Arabic) Sun, Fire. Herbs and Roots - Willowmoon's Ways.

LOVE: Cubeb berries, orris root, spikenard, vanillin, vervain, violet flowers, laurel, Adam and Eve root, Beth root, horse chestnut, khus khus, ladies thumb, lavender, lotus, lovage, magnolia, mistletoe, passion flower, patchouli leaves, lesser periwinkle, queen Elizabeth root, quassia chips, rose buds, herba mate, sweet bugle, scullcap, rose hips, orange blossoms, five-finger grass, heratease herb.

Herbs and Roots - Willowmoon's Ways

Wicca herb chart Wiccan herbal correspondences for Wicca herbs. Why Herbs Are Used In Magick?

Wicca herb chart Wiccan herbal correspondences for Wicca herbs

Herbs are used in magick for their "vibrations" or "essences". What does this mean? Herbs, like people, have gender, are ruled by a planet, an element, and are often sacred to a God or Goddess. This is known in Wicca as the herbal correspondence, and it is an important element in Wiccan Magick Spells. Growing and nurturing herbs in your own magickal garden can give you the advantage of having your own energies already influencing the plant. Wiccan Ways to use Herbs Charms and sachets - Fill a small bag, of the correct color or material, with herbs to make a charm or sachet.

Incense- Herbs can be burned as a ritual incense, such as the sage smudge used to clear negative vibrations from a space. Bath - Make a sachet, and place it in your ritual or healing bath. Oils - Place herbs in an oil, let them steep for a few days, then strain. Teas- Use herbs to make teas for healing illness. Angelica Root Basil. Herbal Correspondences. Herbs Correspondences. The Wiccan Way.