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Magical Uses Of Herbs

By Slherrmann
Magical Uses Of HerbsG'morning everyone! I know it's been awhile, so sorry for the I am back and have a wonderful line-up for the next few posts. I will be sharing the magical uses of herbs; herbs are for much more than just eating and medicine!
So I hope you enjoy and feel free to leave any comments, the comment area needs to be highlighted to leave your comment.
Magical Uses of Herbs
Magical Uses Of HerbsAcacia (acacia senegal)
Folk Names: Cape Gum, Egyptian Thorn, Gum Arabic Tree, kikwataa, Mkwatia, Mgunga, Mokala
Gender: Masculine
Planet: Sun
Element: Air
Deities: Osiris, Astarte, Ishtar, Diana, Ra
Powers: Protection, Psychic Powers
Ritual Uses: The wood is used as fuel in sacred fires in India, and is also used in building temples.
Magical Uses: A sprig of the tree placed over the bed wards off evil, as it does when tucked into the turban in Eastern countries. When the wood is burned with sandlewood the psychic powers are stimulated. Acacia is also used in money and love spells, although in the latter case the outcome would be a platonic love.
Magical Uses Of HerbsAdam & Eve Roots (orchis spp.)[Poison]
Gender: Feminine
Planet: Venus
Element: Water
Power: Love, Happiness
Magical Uses: Carry the two roots in a small bag at all times to attract a love. If you wish to be free form amatory competitors, also carry the two roots sewn into a small bag. Given to a couple they ensure continued happiness.
Magical Uses Of HerbsAdder's Tongue (erythronium americanum)
Folk Names: American Adder's Tongue, Serpent's Tongue, Adder's Mouth, Yellow Snowdrop, Dog's Tooth Violet
Gender: Feminine
Planet: Moon
Element: Water
Powers: Healing
Magical Uses: Soak some adder's tongue in cold water and apply it to a wound or bruise (wrap it in a piece of cloth ) until the herb grows warm. Next bury the wet herb in a muddy place. The wound will be cured.
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Magical Uses Of Herbs

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