Sky Fox Tea Pain Aid In Spyrit Metaphysical
Sky Fox Tea Pain Aid In Spyrit Metaphysical
Sky Fox Tea Pain Aid In Spyrit Metaphysical
Sky Fox Tea Pain Aid In Spyrit Metaphysical
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Sky Fox Tea Pain Aid is a unique tea mix formulated to provide relief from physical and emotional pains. It combines powerful herbs like lavender and chamomile to help you de-stress and relax. Get fast and lasting relief from aches and pains with this herbal tea.

Sky Fox Tea Pain Aid 

Sky Fox Tea Pain Aid


Official Name: Piper methysticum

Other Names: Ava, Ava Pepper, Ava Root, Awa Root, Intoxicating Pepper
Gender: Feminine
Planet: Saturn
Element: Water
Deities: Lono, Kane, Kanaloa
Metaphysical Powers: Visions, Protection, Luck

Common Magickal Uses and Folklore of Kava Kava

  • Long used in rites in Hawaii and Polynesia
  • This Polynesian plant's root is infused, and the resulting tea is drunk to offer protection against evil and invite good luck.
  • Infused and left to steep overnight in the refrigerator, it is then drunk to enhance psychic powers and induce visions.
  • Too much of the infusion by be damaging to the liver.

It is known to have cancer-fighting properties and anxiety relief, sleep aid, postmenopausal, menopause, and can even be an aphrodisiac.

There are many more spiritual and physical properties to this herb. Kava Kava Root is known to be used in religious rituals for those seeking enlightenment, Kava Kava Root assists with physical relaxation while increasing mental clarity. In the Vanuatu culture, the men drink tonics made from Kava Kava Root but not the women. Another part of the Vanuatu culture is that the Chiefs drink first due to their status.

The historical use of Kava Kava Root in Hawaii was for drinking Kava Kava Root tonics before or after rituals. According to the customs, these rituals were for gaining the favor of the Gods. 

Fiji also has religious rituals that use drinking a tonic that includes Kava Kava Root as an ingredient. The culture there then includes another ceremony after the Kava Kava Root tonic has been drunk. 

Multiple cultures have a history of using and currently use Kava Kava Root in the form of a Peace Pipe, or they will drink the tonic when important meetings or meeting visitors is in the schedule. The belief that Kava Kava Root is beneficial for this is because the relaxing effects make it hard to be upset or angry when having smoked Kava Kava Root or drank the Kava Kava Root tonic.


Official Name: Turnera Diffusa

Other Names: Mexican Damiana
Gender: Masculine
Planet: Mars
Element: Fire
Metaphysical Powers: Love, Lust, Visions

Common Magickal Uses and Folklore of Damiana Diffusia

  • Damiana Diffusa is used in lust infusions as well as lust spells.

  • When burned, Damiana Diffusa can produce visions.

Damiana Diffusa has been used for apoptogenic tonics, It aids in the improving moods, lessening stress, easing anxiety and general relaxation. Damiana Diffusa is said to increase overall blood flow.

Inhaling the steam from steeping Damiana in boiling water can ease headaches.

Damiana Diffusa has a reputation as an aphrodisiac, though it is somewhat subdued. Rather than making you horny, Damiana increases general blood flow, mood, and focus, improving the sexual experience for those who have trouble relaxing and enjoying sexual encounters. It has been said to intensify orgasms.

Damiana can improve mood swings and ease hormonal changes, especially those related to menstruation and menopause.

Damiana can aid with weight loss.

Some studies of Damiana show promise in treating breast cancer.


Damiana can be drunk as tea or smoked before a ritual, where an altered state of consciousness needs to be involved. It is also an excellent addition to ritual incense. It is helpful in sex magick spells.

Damiana can be smoked or drunk in tea to aid with Lucid Dreaming. Some say that Damiana helps with sleep; others may find that it actually interferes with sleep.

Damiana can be added to loves spells and philters, but keep its nature in mind. Best used between lovers looking to spice things up, improve their sexual relationship, and overcome difficulties resulting from stress. Damiana is fun when shared in massage oil form, though do not apply the oil directly to the genitals.


Damiana is considered a psychotropic herb. It is used as an ingredient in "spice" and other marijuana substitutes. These blends are very dangerous. Damiana is illegal in Louisiana, so we will not sell or ship this item to any address in that state.

There are known side effects that include indigestion, nausea, vomiting, and tinnitus. Lower your dose or stop taking if you experience these. If you experience hallucinations while using Damiana, seek medical attention.

Damiana Diffusa may interfere with the absorption of dietary iron.

Damiana may cause swings in blood sugar and should be avoided by people who have issues in this area.

High doses of Damiana may be toxic.

Avoid Damiana Diffusa during pregnancy and breastfeeding and do not give to children.

People with diabetes, any urinary tract issues, or liver disease avoid Damiana Diffusa.


Official Name: Tanacetum parthenium

Other Names: Featherfrew, Feberfuge Plant
Chakra: Crown Chakra
Gender: Masculine
Planet: Venus
Element: Water
Metaphysical Powers: Protection

Common Magickal Uses and Folklore of Feverfew

  • Carry with you for protection against accidents.

Feverfew is one of the most powerful protection herbs. It can be worn or carried in a pocket, a purse, or a suitcase, to protect from sickness, injury, and accidents. It is associated with Venus and water. When used in sachets, charms, and spells, Feverfew may be combined with other herbs to banish unwanted energies, meditation, relaxation, and love magick. 

Feverfew can aid in protection against sudden accidents. Shamans have used Feverfew to open the head (crown chakra) centers by blowing smoke around a person's head. Sometimes an oil infusion is used if sensitivities to smoke exist. Feverfew is most used for protection. It is recommended to carry to ward off everything from minor accidents to insects. The leaves are used in many magickal teas.

It has been used for protection, especially in cases where a magickal attack is involved. It's helpful for people who are sad and quiet. Magickally, Feverfew is used to ward off binding love magic.

Witches will make a decoction of Feverfew, strain it, and then spray magical tools to purify them. This herb is very effective for accessories used in love magic.


Metaphysical Properties Of Horehound

Official Name: Marrubium vulgare

Other Names: Bull's Blood, Even of the Star, Haran, Hoarhound, Huran, Llwyd y cwn (Welsh), Marrubium, Maruil, Seed of Horns, Soldier's Tea, White Horehound
Gender: Masculine
Planet: Mercury
Element: Air
Metaphysical Powers: Protection, Mental Powers, Exorcism, Healing

Common Magickal Uses and Folklore Horehound

  • Burn to Horus, the ancient Egyptian God, after which the plant was named.
  • Horehound is used in protection sachets and is carried to guard against sorcery and fascination.
  • Horehound is also scattered as an exorcism herb.
  • Drink an infusion of Horehound, and it will clear your mind and promote quick thinking.
  • Drinking an infusion of it will also strengthen mental powers.

Horehound is a bushy plant that grows nearly 2 ft (61 cm) tall from a short, stout, and woody root. The small oval leaves are bitter to the taste, with a musky aroma. They are wrinkled and dark green on top and pale with downy white hairs on the underside. The leaves are opposite and deeply veined, growing on hairy, square, branching stems also covered with silky white hairs. The lower leaves of white Horehound have long stalks, while the upper leaves are smaller and stalkless.

Horehound is said to be associated with the Egyptian God Horus, offerings of Horehound to Horus could be done to assist with seeing that which is to come or just to gain the God's Favor. 

Sachets and Charms containing Horehound can be used for protection and to ward off the unwanted intents of others. During the removal of an entity, Horehound can be spread in rooms that have been cleansed to keep the negativity from going back in or as a way to try and push an entity out of a room. For extraction mixes, Horehound can be a nice addition to herbs such as Mugwort. 


Official Name: Mentha piperita

Other Names: Brandy Mint, Lammint
Gender: Masculine
Planet: Mercury
Element: Fire
Deity: Pluto
Metaphysical Powers: Purification, Sleep, Love, Healing, Psychic Powers

Common Magickal Uses and Folklore of Peppermint Leaf

  • Peppermint Leaf has long been used in healing potions and mixtures.
  • Peppermint also has a long history of purification spells.
  • Rub the fresh leaves on your head to relieve a headache.
  • Wear Peppermint around your wrist, and you won't get sick.
  • Peppermint raises the vibration in your space.
  • Fresh Peppermint on the altar will call good spirits to be present and aid you in magic.
  • Peppermint is used in travel spells.
  • It is also used in money and prosperity spells by easily placing Peppermint leaves in your purse or wallet.

Peppermint is a hybrid, a cross between watermint and spearmint. It is found in many areas of Europe and the Middle East; the plant is widely spread and cultivated in many world regions.

Peppermint may relieve digestive symptoms, such as gas, bloating, and indigestion. Peppermint acts like a muscle relaxant and pain reliever and may diminish certain types of headaches. In a study of 41 people, peppermint oil applied to the forehead was as effective for headaches as 1,000 mg of acetaminophen.

Peppermint has antibacterial, antiviral, and anti-inflammatory properties. That can help kill germs. A tea may fight clogged sinuses due to infections, the common cold, and allergies.

Peppermint tea can improve energy levels, reduce daytime fatigue, relieve menstrual cramps, and effectively kill bacteria.

Peppermint contains rosmarinic acid, a compound found in rosemary and plants of the mint family. Rosmarinic acid has been known to reduce allergy symptoms: runny nose, itchy eyes, and asthma. It has been known to help improve your ability to concentrate and focus.

Medicinal Uses: Mint in tea form aids upset stomachs, flu and can be used to ease hiccups. Inhalations of the leaves in boiling water are recommended for head colds and asthma. Mint tea used instead of aspirin is excellent for headaches, particularly premenstrual headaches. Nervous headaches can be relieved if you lie in a dark room with fresh peppermint leaves on the forehead. Aids the respiratory and circulatory systems. An anti-inflammatory and an antiseptic. Ideal for treating indigestion, flatulence, varicose veins, headaches, migraines, skin irritations, rheumatism, toothache, and general fatigue.

Peppermint Leaf leaves have been used to Break Spells, Hexes, and Jinxes, as well as enemy tricks or Bad luck rootwork that may have been placed on you or a loved one. It has been used to ward off evil and repel enemies. A floor wash made from the tea can aid in cleansing a home; others claim that carrying some leaves in the shoe for protection from crossed conditions.