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METAPHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF CHAMOMILE
Official Name: Matricaria recutita
Other Names: Ground Apple, Heermannchen (German), Chamaimelon, Camomyle
Metaphysical Power: Money, Sleep, Love, Purification
Common Magical Uses of Chamomile
- Chamomile is used for calming and sleep incenses and brews.
- It is used to attract money.
- Combats curses and spells.
Chamomile flowers usually bloom into little white flowers with yellow centers that resemble mini daisies. The chamomile flowers sit atop long thin stems that shoot up anywhere from 6 to 24 inches from the plant’s base. The German chamomile flowers give off a strong, herbal, and sometimes intense scent. The scent of Chamomile alone has a tendency to cause people to feel relaxed and for some sleepy.
Chamomile is well known for the effects of relaxation and aiding in sleep. Chamomile is so well known for this effect tha it is often paired with Lavender and Melatonin. Chamomile has been used as a relaxant throughout history, and was chosen due to historical use to aid in our Lady Star Fawn Anxiety blend as well as in Dragon's Eye Calming Mix.
Chamomile can be used in spells and rituals to cleanse negative energies that have been directed at a person. When mixed with other herbs for removing a curse Chamomile not only helps to remove the curse but also calm the energies in the area.
Those who carry a sachet or charm for luck, should consider adding Chamomile to them as it is said to attract prosperity. Rituals and spells to enhance prosperity to a person or location can also use Chamomile.
Offerings of Chamomile to Deities can be done to the ancient Greek God Hypno - the Greek God of sleep, or to Fortuna the Roman Goddess of luck and prosperity. Offerings to Hypno are said to be most effective at dusk, when the sun and the Greek Sun God Apollo go to sleep according to ancient beliefs.
METAPHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF RASPBERRY LEAF
Official Name: Rubus idaeus
Other Names: European Raspberry, Red Raspberry
Metaphysical Powers: Protection, Love
Common Magickal Uses and Folklore of Rasberry Leaf
- The branches of the raspberry are hung up at doors and windows for protection.
- Branches are hung when a death has occurred so that the spirit won't re-enter the house once it has left.
- Raspberry is served as a love-inducing food.
- Pregnant women carry the leaves to alleviate the pains of pregnancy and childbirth.
Raspberry's red color is like that of blood and is very potent in love-inducing magic. They can be used to strengthen and bring good fortune to marriage and are said to ensure faithfulness. Bathe in raspberry or raspberry leaves is said to keep a lover from straying and serves to encourage love.
Raspberries have been used to protect against defiant spirits and souls. Branches hung on doors and windows will reinforce this protection. Raspberry growing near the home is said to provide protection. When someone has died, hang raspberry branches on the door to discourage the spirit from entering the house. This way, they can transition easily into the next world.
Raspberry Leaf and fruit can be dried and made into an herbal amulet to strengthen the reproductive organs and protect pregnancy.
Steeping Raspberry Leaf in wine and serving the beverage to a lover will strengthen the relationship. Include raspberries in love-inducing foods and dishes to heighten attraction and arousal between lovers.
Raspberry Leaf has been known to be used as a sedative effect when used as a tea or smoked. Due to the relaxing effects of Raspberry Leaf - our herbalist Dragon's Eye and Lady Star Fawn - chose to add it to the Lady Star Fawn Anti-Anxiety Smoke Blend.
We strongly recommend discussing herbal remedies with a doctor before begining any self treatments.
METAPHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF WINTERGREEN LEAF
Official Name: Gaultheria procumbens
Other Names: Checkerberry, Mountain Tea, Teaberry
Metaphysical Powers: Protection, Healing, Hex-Breaking
Common Magickal Uses and Folklore of Wintergreen
Wintergreen is placed in children's pillows to protect them and grant them good fortune throughout their lives.
When sprinkled in the home, it removes hexes and curses, especially when mixed with mint.
Wintergreen is also used in healing spells.
When fresh sprigs are placed on the altar, they call good spirits to witness and aid your magic.
Wintergreen: The Oil of Surrender.
Wintergreen can penetrate deep within the body, increasing its vibration and enhancing sound. It's used during spiritual ceremonies where meditations or chants are spoken or sung. It brings harmony between earth and its people through awareness. Wintergreen is said to draw money, good luck, and aid in sexual matters. It has been prized for its energy-inducing properties. For aromatherapy, it is used to revitalize the mind. It is also used to help people heal from both physical and psychic ailments. Wintergreen is an invitational plant used to attract both health and wellness. The smoke that is produced from burning the plant can be used much like a sage smudge. It is a wonderful tool to cleanse areas of healing such as doctor's offices, in a home where there has been illness, or in retirement homes.
Wintergreen Leaf is not actually a part of the Mint family, however there are some digestion issues that can be relieved with Wintergreen Leaf. These include stomach aches and flatulence (gas). Wintergreen Leaf has been used to treat some painful conditions as well, these include: overian pain, menstral cramps, headaches, nerve pain and arthritis. Other medicinal uses of Wintergreen Leaf include: asthma, inflammation, fever, and kidney issues. We strongly recommend talking to your doctor before using any herbal alternative incase of reactions to prescribed medications.
METAPHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF HYSSOP LEAF AND FLOWER
Official Name: Hyssopus officinalis
Other Names: Hyssop Herb, Isopo, Ysopo, Yssop
Metaphysical Uses: Purification, Protection
Common Magickal Uses and Folkore of Hyssop Leaf and Flower
Hyssop Leaf and Flower is used mostly for purification herb magic. It's added to baths in sachets, infused and sprinkled on objects or people to cleanse them, and hung around the house to purge it of negativity and evil.
Hyssop is a small shrub in the Mint family. Hyssop is used in herbal medicine as an antiseptic and a cough reliever.
French country cooking occasionally uses Hyssop for a roasting herb or salad topping, and the leaves are a savory addition to broths and teas. Hyssop is used in the famous herbal liqueurs Chartreuse and Benedictine.
Oil of Hyssop adds a sweet, herbaceous note to perfume. Some people liken its aroma to lavender.
Hyssop is one of the most ancient ritual herbs. It is native to Southern Europe. It has been used for millennia for cleansing and consecration. In the Middle Ages, Hyssop was known as an excellent filling herb. The presence of Hyssop was believed to discourage the plague and bring purity to the home.
Witches that work with Hyssop have several options. Cut and sifted Hyssop is found at metaphysical shops, new age shops, and some health food stores.
Hyssop Leaf and Flower is used in charms and sachets to avert the Evil Eye and other hexes. Hyssop Leaf and Flower have links back to Biblical times as God commanded his people to use Hyssop to cleanse the temple. During Passover the Hebrews use Hyssop Leaf and Flower to protect themselve from the Angel of Death. According to the Gospel of John, the branch that held the sponge Jesus drank from on the Cross was a Hyssop branch.
In more recent times Hyssop Leaf and Flower have found to be used in tinctures and tonics to cleanse the body inside and out from any curses or hexes along with any wrong doings the person has done.
METAPHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF LEMON PEEL POWDER
Official Name: Citrus limon
Other Names: Ulamula
Metaphysical Powers: Longevity, Purification, Love, Friendship
Common Magickal Uses and Folklore of Lemon Peel Powder
The dried flower and peel are added to love sachets and mixtures, and the leaves are used in lust teas.
This is a natural lemon peel that has been dehydrated then ground into a powder.
The peel contains 5 to 10 more vitamins than the lemon itself.
Lemon Peel is used to clear old attachments, romantic and otherwise, and clean up a current romantic relationship. It can also be used to protect from jealous and envious people.
Spells and rituals to perform a cleansing or purification to a person oor to a location can include using Lemon Peel Powder. Burning Lemon Peel Powder while medatating can be useful for those who are wanting to cleanse thier aura.
If the energy of a location is feeling low or a person could use a boost, burning Lemon Peel Powder can be very uplifting to the energy and bring happiness to people while also having a rejuvenating effect on them.
For those who follow Aphrodite or another Deity of Love, using Lemon Peel Powder as an offering or in a charm can be useful for growing that connection. If seeking to fully make a commitment to a relationship, carry a red sachet with Lemon Peel Powder and Garnet.
Lemon Peel Powder has been used in rituals for longevity and clarity. Awareness is said to be boosted by those that use and carry Lemon Peel Powder. If begining a project with new people carry some Lemon Peel Powder on you, Lemon Peel Powder is said to assist with unity and making and keeping friendships.
For the "Do It Yourself" Kitchen Witch, try collecting Lemon Zest (Lemon Peel) for a refreshing aroma in the kitchen or to use in your special recipes.
MINT LEAF HERB
Metaphysical Properties Of Mint Leaves
Official Name: Mentha spp
Other Names: Garden Mint
Deities: Pluto, Hecate
Metaphysical Powers: Money, Lust, Healing, Travel, Exorcism, Protection
Common Magickal Uses and Folklore of Mint Leaves
- Mint has long been used in healing potions and mixtures, and the fresh leaves rubbed against the head are said to relieve headaches.
- Mint worn at the wrist assures that you will not be ill.
- Stomach problems can be alleviated by stuffing a green poppet with mint and anointing it with healing oils.
- Mint is also used in travel spells and to provoke lust.
- Its bright green leaves and crisp scent led to its use in money and prosperity spells, the easiest of which is to place a few leaves in the wallet or purse or rub where your money is kept.
- To rid a space of evil, sprinkle saltwater with a sprinkler made of fresh springs of mint, marjoram, and rosemary.
- Fresh mint laid on the altar will call good spirits to be present and aid you in magic.
- Mint is also used in the home for protection.
The mentha, or mint, refers to a group of around 15 to 20 plant species, including peppermint and spearmint.
Mint has one of the highest antioxidant capacities of any food. Learning how to use fresh herbs and spices such as mint to add flavor when cooking can also help cut down on sodium intake.
Mint is said to attract money and luck to a person. An old folklore method for this is to sprinkle fresh Mint Leaf into the bill section of a wallet. The Mint Leaf is then carried around in the wallet being changed out once a week. This is said to attract the money needed to payoff the bills a person has due at the time.