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Welcome to CyberMoon Emporium WitchCraft Supplies Magical Herbs and Resin Shoppe! Witchcraft is a great smelling practice! Use magical herbs in spells, rituals and on your altar to connect with your gods and goddesses. Herbs can be used so many ways. You can add herbs to your water when you mop, to your vacuum cleaner bag or sprinkle on the floor to give your house a great scent. See also our resin and incenses for your altar, ritual and spell crafting needs, and health as well as freshening your home! Every witch and wiccan needs a selection of herbs for their wonderful powers.


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~ Acai Berry Powder ~
Found within the Brazilian Amazon, from trees that grow along the Amazon River, Acai berry, or are a popular and seedy, grape-like fruit that have been used for quite some time among the native people of Brazil. More recently, Acai berries have come to the attention of the general public within a hotly debated discussion over its numerous qualities, as experts, herbalists, and dietitians have widely made claims that it can increase personal energy while improving sleep, improve digestion, improve circulation and heart health, help achieve healthier skin, and even help prevent certain forms of cancer. All in all, these claims make it quite the cure-all. Common in juices, pills, and powder form, the truth behind Acai Berry is still up to debate. It does however contain Omega 6 and Omega 9 fatty acids, which have been proven to help reduce the risk of some varieties of cancer. It is also said to contain beta sitosterol, which is said to promote urinary and prostate health, and may possibly be useful in the treatment of certain kinds of cancer. Further study has also revealed numerous amino acids which are generally believed to be good for improving muscle regeneration, endurance, strength, and development, which can be quite useful in working out and helping the muscles of the heart. Generally, these known qualities leave Acai Berry, in its various forms, as a well received supplement.
1 oz: $5.95 BUY NOW
1 lb: $72.95 BUY NOW
~ Acerola Berry Powder ~
There had been very little study upon the North American Acerola Berry (Malpighia Glabra) until relatively recent years. It was then that it was discovered that the berry contained a substantial amount of vitamin. Indeed, it has been shown that Acerola Berries contain 32% more vitamin C than oranges, and for a time apple juice mixed with small amounts of Acerola Berry extract was being utilized as a gentler Vitamin C supplement for young children. It has also been shown that Acerola Berry contains a high concentration of antioxidants, which are believed to help prevent and relieve damage sustained by the body at a cellular level. Because of these qualities, Acerola Berry Extract (sometimes provided in a powder form), is often prescribed by herbalists as a way to boost the immune system. Some studies have also shown that they might be combined with soy to combat high cholesterol, while studies for diabetics have revealed that it may help decrease blood sugar levels. Aceroal Berry can also be found in use within the cosmetics industry, where it is believed to help prevent skin discoloration.
1 oz: $3.95 BUY NOW
1 lb: $37.95 BUY NOW
~ Alfalfa Cut ~
Somewhat resembling clover, with clusters of small purple flowers, Alfalfa is a hearty plant, resilient to droughts and frequently relied upon as a source of food for cattle. Indeed, it is one of the highest yielding harvest plants, frequently utilized in hay fields. In human consumption, it is most often used in salads and sandwiches. The tender shoots are also often eaten, serving as a nutritious leafy vegetable. Traditionally, Alfalfa has been found in Chinese medicine as an aid in problems that involve the digestive track as well as the kidneys. Similarly, Hindu Ayrvedic physicians have utilized Alfalfa leaves in treating poor digestion, as well as using the plant to create a poultice for boils. They had also thought of it as a potent aid in treating arthritis and water retention. More commonly these days it is viewed as a Dietery supplement, as which it is most frequently taken as a tablet, powder, or tea. In modern holistic medicine, Alfalfa leaf has been suggested as a supplement for anemia and diabetes, and has also been used to aid in stimulating appetite and weight gain. It is also sometimes used in treating indigestion and bladder problems, as a diuretic. Othrwise it is said to help with increasing lactation and soothing the symptoms of Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS). This is a 2 oz packet of cut Alfalfa Leaf.
2 oz: $2.95 BUY NOW
1 lb: $9.95 BUY NOW
~ Agrimony Cut ~
Agrimony has been given a reputation as possessing magickal and medicinal properties, with references within a publication of the London Materia Medica, and numerous other sources, and it has been widely referred to in ages past as an herb known for treating wounds and aiding in blood clotting, as well as being a potent component in treating snake bites, warts, and a variety of stomach and digestion issues. Perhaps most notably, it is an ingredient in the famous "arquebusade water," which was used to treat wounds inflicted by an arquebus, or hand-gun. In mystical terms, it is also widely known for its ability to sedate, and even put men to sleep. In this circumstance it is used as a ritual component to a spell, and as has been found in prose in old English manuscripts that suggests that placing it under a pillow would leave someone sleeping until it was removed. Other spiritual and ritual uses found in folklore generally involving using it as an aid for healing, internally and externally, and in the expulsion of spirits, or exorcism. In more modern holistic use, it is known as an aid in curing jaundice and liver problems, as well as aiding in digestion. Other uses include aiding in controlling and healing skin eruptions and irritations such as pimples and hives and athlete`s foot. It has also been known for soothing fevers, colds, and diarrhea. Most commonly, perhaps, it is known for being an astringent that makes a good mouthwash or gargle ingredient. Agrimony is an herb known widely throughout folklore by many names, including Church Steeples, Cockeburr, Sticklewort, Philantopos, Garclive, and Egrimayne, all depending on the culture that is referring to it and the time period in which it is discussed. Throughout history it has been given a reputation as possessing magickal and medicinal properties, with references within a publication of the London Materia Medica, and numerous other sources, and it has been widely referred to in ages past as an herb known for treating wounds and aiding in blood clotting, as well as being a potent component in treating snake bites, warts, and a variety of stomach and digestion issues. Perhaps most notably, it is an ingredient in the famous "arquebusade water," which was used to treat wounds inflicted by an arquebus, or hand-gun. In mystical terms, it is also widely known for its ability to sedate, and even put men to sleep. In this circumstance it is used as a ritual component to a spell, and as has been found in prose in old English manuscripts that suggests that placing it under a pillow would leave someone sleeping until it was removed. Other spiritual and ritual uses found in folklore generally involving using it as an aid for healing, internally and externally. In more modern holistic use, it is known as an aid in curing jaundice and liver problems, as well as aiding in digestion. Other uses include aiding in controlling and healing skin eruptions and irritations such as pimples and hives and athlete`s foot. It has also been known for soothing fevers, colds, and diarrhea. Most commonly, perhaps, it is known for being an astringent that makes a good mouthwash or gargle ingredient.
2 oz: $3.95 BUY NOW
1 lb: $17.95 BUY NOW
~ Aloe Vera Powder ~
Used medicinally for thousands of years, Aloe Vera is often regarded within many cultures as a sacred plant. Indeed, in some it is regarded as a plant that offers protection against evil influence and power. Among Christians it is often revered as well for the fact that it is spoken of as being involved in the preservation of the Body of Jesus Christ when he was taken from the cross. It is believed that this Hebrew practice was learned from the ancient Egyptians, who`s priests would use it in medicine, prayer, and embalming practices. Further east, in Paxistan, Aloe Vera is also known as Quargandal and is used within Ayurvedic medicine. In modern herbal documentation, Aloe is still highly venerated for its ability to treat wounds and burns, and aid the digestive system both as a laxative and a healing aid for the digestive system. In its powder form it is often used within soaps, lotions, gels and other water-based formulas, or otherwise be used as an aid in its traditional methods when mixed with water.
2 oz: $4.95 BUY NOW
1 lb: $28.95 BUY NOW
~ Angelica Cut ~
This herb is primarily used to relieve reproductive problems in females. In particular, treatment includes lowering menopausal symptoms, regulating cycles, and relieving menstrual cramps. There is no scientific evidence to support angelicas effectiveness in treating reproductive problems. Treatment for conditions such as high blood pressure, arthritis, allergies, and asthma. Limited evidence supports angelicas ability to increase immune system function; this suggests why the root is effective in treating allergies. It also may possess anti-inflammatory properties, suggesting possible benefits when treating conditions including asthma and arthritis. Angelic root may possibly relax blood vessels because of one of the chemical it contains. This may make it effective in lowering high blood pressure
2 oz: $3.95 BUY NOW
1 lb: $17.95 BUY NOW
~ Anise Star Whole ~
Star anise is a small tree that grows wild in China, Japan, and Korea. Carminative, stimulant, stomach to promote digestion and appetite and to relieve flatulence. Also a good additive to other medicines to improve their taste.
2 oz: $3.95 BUY NOW
1 lb: $20.95 BUY NOW
~ Arabic Gum Powder ~
Arabic Gum, or as it is also called, Acacia Senegal, Gum Anacia, Chaar gund, or char goond, has seen continuous use for centuries. A natural gum made from the hardened sap taken from two species of the acacia tree, it is often reduced or powdered or otherwise diluted for the many uses it provides. Historically cultivated in Arabia, Africa, and West Asia, it was written of by Herodotus as a tool in Egyptian Ebalming as well as by Abu ayd Humayn ibn Ishan al-Ibadi,a famed Arabic physician who described it as an ingredient in poultices or eye compresses. In medieval times it widely saw use in the production of religious texts, providing a key component to the vibrant colors found within illuminated manuscripts as well as, in some cases, a key mix in a blend that allowed gold to be applied by a thin brush in a manner nearly identical to ink. This made it a key component in many occult manuscripts, in helping to maintain the consistency of ink used to inscribe holy seals and words of power, and an such is often viewed as a powerful tool for purification. Today we find it commonly in small markets throughout the world, particularly in Africa, where it is sold to soothe sore throats and aid the treatment of stomach and intestinal disorders. It has also been said to aid in treating eye problems, combating hemorrhages, and even help in treating the common cold. Otherwise, we can find it as an ingredient in everything from the adhesive in envelopes and stamps to an ingredient in soda and chewing gum.
2 oz: $4.95 BUY NOW
1 lb: $28.95 BUY NOW
~ Anica Whole ~
Also called Leopards Bane - The Black and blue Remedy - for bruises, sprains, and dislocations, rheumatism, and skin inflammation. Injuries, falls, blows, contusions, helps prevent and stop shock, hemorrhages, thromboses, bleeding caused by injury, surgery or dental work. Overexertion with sore muscles, sleeplessness after overexertion, blunt trauma. Exhibits antiseptic and pain killing properties. Recommended only for external use due to the seriousness of overdose when taken internally.
2 oz: $3.95 BUY NOW
1 lb: $23.95 BUY NOW
~ Astragalus Root Powder ~
Astragalus Root or Huang Qi (Latin Name: Astragalus Mebranaceus) is perhaps most widely recognized as an herb within Traditional Chinese Medicine used to help enhance the body`s energy, or Qi. The body`s energy is often a focus for this holistic medical practice, with assorted methods intended to aid in redirecting the body`s energies to proper routes, balancing energies, and generally seeking internal harmony. With this purpose in mind, Traditional Chinese Medicine frequently utilized Astragalus Root to help speed up the healing process, and even to help treat diabetes. Astragalus Root has also emerged within Western practices and is being explored scientifically. In Western herbalism it is frequently ingested as a part of a soup or tea to enhance metabolism and digestion. It has also been explored as a tonic for strengthening the immune system or in various methods intended to help heal wounds. Scientific exploration as demonstrated that Astragalus Root does contain various biologically active chemicals that might leave it able to help reduce the severity of atopic dermatitis and asthma, though further clinical testing was required.
2 oz: $3.95 BUY NOW
1 lb: $21.95 BUY NOW
~ Balm of Gilead Buds Whole ~
Balm of Gilead, a name which referring to numerous herbal supplements and remedies, in this case refers to the plant Populus Balsamifera, or, as it is most commonly known, the Balsam Poplar. A hard wood native to North America, it has documented use going back to the early European settlers. Historically, it has shown use as being useful in creating friction fire sets, with ashes from fires being used in various hair cleaners and as a useful addition to cleaners for buckskin clothing. The native tribes of North America were also known to use the buds in treating sore throats, coughs, and other lung ailments. The winter-buds are also used to create the ointment from which it gets its name, the Balm of Gilead, which is used to relieve congestion. Today these traditional uses are still quite common, albeit the need for cleaning buckskin attire has dwindled somewhat. Herbalists still use the buds in creating Balm of Gilead to treat chest congestion, sore throats, and coughs, and have also found to be useful in treating rashes, cuts, and abrasions.
2 oz: $3.95 BUY NOW
1 lb: $82.95 BUY NOW
~ Balsam Fir Needles ~
Native to North America, the Balsam fir tree is an iconic image within many of the forests of the northern regions, as well as extended portions of Appalachia. The wood of the tree has long been used for the production of paper, and resins derived from the tree have actually been used to create turpentine, and even glue, and has been used for making glasses, the components of optical components, as well as the preparations for the permanent mounts of microscopes. The oils derived have also been approved by the Environmental Protection Agency as a non toxic repellant for rodents, perhaps making the popular use of the tree as a Christmas Tree even more appealing. In folk medicine and lore, the needles have been used to derive a popular remedy for colds, often being used as an expectorant to help with coughing symptoms or even as a soothing aid for stuffed up sinuses. Some herbalists also prescribe the needles for their soothing fragrance which can, while easing nervous tension, be somewhat revitalizing and invigorating.
2 oz: $3.95 BUY NOW
1 lb: $17.95 BUY NOW
~ Barberry Cut ~
Barberry shares many properties with its Northwestern counterpart Oregon Grape Root. A bitter herb originally from Europe, it is now cultivated in North America for both ornamental and medicinal purposes. Barberry has been shown to be beneficial in back pain, resulting from kidney weakness or congestion. Barberry is a disinfectant and helps relieve pain during urinary infections. It acts as an antispasmodic and relieves pain from kidney stones and helps clear urine with thick mucus or red sediments. Barberry is also useful for many liver and gall bladder problems, hepatitis, and cirrhosis. It assists in detoxification from effects of poor diet, medications or drugs and helps stimulate the immune system. Barberry Root Benefits * Beneficial in back pain, resulting from kidney weakness or congestion. * Disinfectant and helps relieve pain during urinary infections. * Acts as an antispasmodic and relieves pain from kidney stones and helps clear urine * Also useful for many liver and gall bladder problems, hepatitis, and cirrhosis. * Assists in detoxification from effects of poor diet, medications or drugs and helps stimulate the immune system.
2 oz: $2.95 BUY NOW
1 lb: $17.95 BUY NOW
~ Bearberry Cut ~
Used for kidney and bladder infections, kidney stones, nephritis, diabetes, and hemorrhoids. Strengthens the heart muscle, used as a tonic, and helps disorders of the spleen, liver, pancreas, and small intestines. Used as a diuretic. Good for female disorders. Also used in bronchitis, gonorrhea, diarrhea, and to stop bleeding. It is not necessary to drink the tea for long periods, because acute symptoms generally will disappear within a few days with treatment of bearberry leaf tea. Historical or traditional use: The leaves and berries were used by numerous indigenous people from northern latitudes. Native Americans sometimes combined uva ursi with tobacco and smoked it. It was also used as a beverage tea in some places in Russia. The berries were considered beneficial as a weight-loss aid. It was found in wide use for infections of all parts of the body because of its astringent, or "drying", action.
2 oz: $2.95 BUY NOW
~ Beth Root Cut ~
Known by names such as Indian Shamrock, India Balm, and Birth Root, Beth Root originates in middle and western portions of the United States, and has long seen use there by the Native American peoples of those regions. There, they used it as a treatment during child birth, perhaps to ease excess blood flow as many of the more modern traditions for the root seem to hold. Interestingly, and perhaps due to its link to fertility through its application during child birth, Beth Root also found a great deal of use by some Native Americans as an aphrodisiac. In folklore, some traditions also name it as a powerful addition to spells in which you are seeking to turn back or keep away negative magic, particularly when establishing a stationary sanctuary or otherwise protecting a home. It is also well known as a powerful aid in empowering and protecting your family. From these roots it has come to be viewed in folk and holistic medicine, with a quite extensive list of properties. Most widely, it is known as an astringent and antiseptic, and as you might guess is therefore most commonly used for those reasons. Some also view Beth Root as a treatment for excessive blood loss during menopausal changes and menstrual cramping, as well as a treatment for blood loss in the urinary tract though it has been acknowledged that it does not actually cure the ailment that causes the blood loss in the first place. In other modern holistic uses it has also been used in treating coughs, bronchial problems, and pulmonary hemorrhage, though its effective application during such extreme cases such as pulmonary hemorrhage are widely debated by doctors.
1 oz: $3.95 BUY NOW
1 lb: $45.95 BUY NOW
~ Bladderwrack Cut ~
A variety of seaweed found in numerous seas and oceans, Bladderwack can also be found under a wide assortment of names, including black tang, bladder focus, cut weed, dryers focus, rock wrack, and sea oak. Originally, it was utilized most as a source of idodine, and was discovered in 1811 to be a potent aid in treating goiters and similar issues involving iodine deficiency. Later, it was also thought of as an aid for stimulating the thyroid gland so as to encourage weight glass through an increased metabolic rate. Elsewhere, Bladderwrack is come to be used in assorted culinary arts. In Japan in particular it has become well known as an additive to dishes and foods, utilized for its flavoring. Otherwise, it has also come to be viewed by some herbalists and nutritionists as a nutritional supplement, and can sometimes be found in use as such. In holistic medicine Bladderwrack is often believed to have a wide variety of uses. It is reputed to aid in easing the pain of rheumatism and rheumatoid arthritis, and is often taken both internally and occasionally rubbed against the aching joints. Some have also used it for the treatment of heartburn or as a laxative. Others still have seen it as a potent aid in strengthening the immune system, though there is still much debate about this attribute of the herb.
2 oz: $3.95 BUY NOW
1 lb: $15.95 BUY NOW
~ Blessed Thistle Cut ~
Frequently found documented as Cnicus benedictus, Holy Thistle, and St. Benedict Thistle, Blessed Thistle is a plant that originates in regions of the Europe that possess frequent contact with the Mediterranean, encompassing an area that stretches from Portugal to Iran. It now grows in North America, having been imported there, and is frequently viewed as a nuisance plant that grows in rocky terrain and disruptive of pastures and feed fields for cattle. It is difficult to kill, often requiring removal of the roots. Its name, contrary to the popular current view of the plant, is born of the belief that it is a powerful cure all that stems from the Medieval period of Europe. Indeed, it was often hailed as a powerful cure for the plague, possessing much magic and was even viewed as being an herb of Mars, under the sign of Aries. Today, despite its bad rap among some farmers, it is also viewed as having many beneficial holistic qualities, including being of use in the treatment of loss of appetite and indigestion. Blessed Thistle is also sometimes used as a treatment for the early stages of fever and inflammatory infections. It is also aid to aid in breaking up colds and headaches, and in the treatment of wounds and skin abrasions.
2 oz: $2.95 BUY NOW
1 lb: $9.95 BUY NOW
~ Borage Leaf Cut ~
Also known as starflower, Borage originates in Syria, and has long since been naturalized in the Mediterranean, Asia Minor, Europe, North Africa, and South America. Often growing blue flowers, its petals can also take on the white and pink colors, and form the shape of a perfect five pointed star. Throughout history, the leaves however are what have stolen the attention from the beautiful flowers. They have been used in salads and as garnish extensively through Europe, and during the medieval period were sometimes used with wine in treating melancholy. Today they can still be found throughout Germany and parts of Spain and Poland as a vegetable. Borage Leaf has also been seen as a valued remedy for symptoms of PMS and Menopause, particularly when dealing with hot flashes. The leaves can also be used to make a calming tea, and are often used in Iran to make a tea that can sooth nerves and troubled spirits. Holistically it has been used as well for the treatment of arthritis, eczema, seborhic dermatitis (scaly, crusty scalp), and in some cases chest congestion (in tea form). While it has long been seen as a potent aid, some modern study has also shown that continued, persistent use of the leaf can contribute to liver issues, and that it should not be used if you are breastfeeding or pregnant.
2 oz: $3.95 BUY NOW
1 lb: $20.95 BUY NOW
~ Brewers Yeast Flour ~
Yeast is a living organism that forms colonies of single, simple cells. In warm, moist conditions they produce carbon dioxide and alcohol as they "eat" food. For thousands of years it has been used to produce bread and beer. Producing a bitter taste when it is utilized in the production of bread, Brewer`s yeast, known in Latin as Saccharomyces Cerevisiae, does offer a desirable flavor when put to use in the production of beer and so has long been employed in this purpose, from which it draws its name. More recently it has found new purpose as a nutritional supplement, containing chromium, selenium and numerous vitamins including B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, and B7. It has also found use in some theaters and homes as an alternative to salt or butter on popcorn, with many people enjoying the flavor that it adds. Medically, it is sometimes used to aid digestive issues, particularly those involving diarrhea. In some circumstances it has also been used to aid those with Crohn`s Disease. Some studies, but not all, have also displayed results showing that Brewer`s Yeast can even be of use in aiding in controlling blood sugar levels.
2 oz: $4.95 BUY NOW
1 lb: $29.95 BUY NOW
~ Buckeyes Whole ~
Native to the Midwestern and lower Great Plains, extending into the Nashville Basin, the Buckeyes can be found now in many places where the climate resembles that of its origins, coming from the tree of the same name. Known in Latin as Aesculus Octandra, its use has been found to stem far back, with Native Americans peeling the nut and mashing it into a meal that they called Hetuck. The oils of the Buckeye Nut were also utilized by Native Americans to tan leather. Some have also found that the Buckeye is of use in Hoodoo traditions, where it is said to be a powerful charm when held in one`s pocket, helping you in finding more pocket money. This is said to be particularly true if rituals involving the application of mercury and wax are applied to the nut first. Today, Buckeye nuts are most commonly found in the state of Ohio, for which they are named, and are frequently found adorning college football fans throughout that state. They are however still said to be of great use in helping with rheumatism, and still find themselves being put to use in practices seeking good luck with the opposite sex and attracting money and wealth.
2 oz: $4.95 BUY NOW
1 lb: $27.95 BUY NOW
~ Burdock Cut ~
Arctium Lappa, or Burdock, is famous for its little fuzzy burs, that cling to animals and clothing and were reportedly the inspiration for Velcro. Folk herbalist in the past used it to purify blood and aid in burn treatment, where it was said to aid in impeding bacterial growth on the wound site, while providing a fantastic barrier for moisture which, in some cases, can impede the healing process. It has also seen use in spiritual applications as an herb that is particularly good in use for purification and protection, particularly against negativity and magick. Burdock has also seen use in treating stomach afflictions, particularly indigestion. Cosmetically, it has also been applied in the past to assorted methods for stimulating hair growth. In more recent days it still sees heavy use in treating hair growth in Europe, and has been put to use for other forms of skin care including the treatment of eczema and in poultices put together for bruises and inflamed tissue. Burdock is also still utilized in treating indigestion, and has even been put to use in strengthening the stomach.
2 oz: $2.95 BUY NOW
1 lb: $12.95 BUY NOW
~ Calendula Petals ~

Calendula heals wounds as well as internal and external ulcers. It is an antiseptic, and improves blood flow to the affected area. As an antifungal agent, it can be used to treat athlete's foot, ringworm, and candida. The tincture applied neat to cold sores encourages healing . Calendula cream is good for acne and diaper rash. An infusion is good for digestion and relieves colitis and symptoms of menopause.
2 oz: $2.95 BUY NOW
1 lb: $7.95 BUY NOW
~ Cat`s Claw Bark ~
This herbal treatment, known in Latin as Uncaria Tomentosa, is named after the hook-like horns that are found on its surface, and comes from a vine native to the Amazon Rain Forest and other similarly tropical locals within South and Central America. There, it has been found in traditional medicinal folk lore dating back to the age of the Incans, and is frequently described as a potent aid in treating health problems, such as arthritis, stomach ulcers, fever, and general inflammation. Some lore even suggests that the bark can be utilized when one is seeking a method of birth control. More Modern studies have shown that Cat`s Claw Bark is indeed a stimulant to the immune system, helping it fight off disease and perhaps thereby relieving symptoms such as fever. Some herbalists also claim that it can be of great use in relaxing and soothing muscles, helping to ease away aches and pains. This is of particular use when combined with the fact that the bark has shown some ability to treat and ease assorted forms of arthritis. Some studies have also shown that Cat`s Claw Bark can help lower blood pressure as well, and act as a diuretic. The bark has also been shown to possess antioxidant properties, which remove the body of particles that damage cells and potentially cause cancer. Early studies are looking into this quality, and examining its antitumor and anticancer effects.
1 oz: $2.95 BUY NOW
1 lb: $23.95 BUY NOW
~ Cat`s Claw Root ~
Said to possess great healing properties, Cat`s Claw Root has been known among the Ashaninka Indians of Peru for thousands of years as a powerful aid to their healing spells and magic. Among them, it is said that "good spirits" live within the plant`s roots, providing magical properties that can help those who use it live more healthily and better fight off illness. The Ashaninka tribal healers seek out these roots, searching among them for the good spirits that dwell within them to provide powerful medicine and magic to their people. Today, modern scientists have actually verified the findings of the Ashaninka tribes. Though the scientific community does not speak of spirits when they report their findings, they have found that the cat`s claw root possesses numerous alkaloids, some of which are quite potent in aiding the immune system and making it more formidable. Those that possess these great benefits to your immune system are well known by the Ashaninka, with their tribal healers seeing them as those that are inhabited by Good Spirits.
2 oz: $7.95 BUY NOW
~ Catnip Cut ~
Also known as Catmint and its Latin name of Nepeta Cataria, Catnip is actually the broad name for over 250 flowering species of plants that belong to the genus of Nepeta. Originally from Mediterranean regions, Catnip has since become common throughout North America, and is famous for the effects it has on cats. In two thirds of all cats, catnip induces a state of euphoria, often resulting in them acting rather off the wall and crazy, frequently in manners that are entirely impossible to predict. The remaining third of cats are actually completely immune to this effect, and have no observed reaction to the herb. Interestingly, some people also experience a much milder version of this euphoria, and it is sometimes employed in spiritual and magickal purposes to help find this state of mind or help forge a psychic bond with animals. Today, it is most commonly found in cat toys around the world, but catnip tea has also been found to be quite beneficial in treating colds, fevers, and other infections. Some studies also suggest that it is soothing for upset stomachs and may possibly be helpful in preventing morning sickness in pregnant women. Catnip has also been shown to be employed successfully in a mosquito repellant when applied to the skin in a variety of lotions and ointments.
2 oz: $3.95 BUY NOW
1 lb: $16.95 BUY NOW
~ Cedar Tips ~
The fragrant tips are popular for adding a smoked flavor to fish and meats when cooked with them. Cedar is also used to make sweet-smelling cabinets, garden and pet bedding, potpourris, sachets and a purifying incense for meditation and magic.
2 oz: $2.95 BUY NOW
1 lb: 10.95 BUY NOW
~ Chaparrel Leaf Cut ~
Native to the Southwestern parts of US and Mexico, Chaparrel Leaf, or Larrea tridentata has long been used among Native Americans to treat arthritis, respiratory ailments, and even cancer. Interestingly, the plant produces a sap that keeps other plants from growing near itself, and while the branches may wither or fall off, the crown rarely dies and sometimes reproduces itself. Indeed, an example in California is believed by some to be well over 11,000 years old. For these qualities it was often revered within local lore, and the Southwestern Native Americans often used the sap as a sunscreen, and the plant in general as a treatment for assorted ailments, including blood poisoning, and liver disease. They also used to the leave to brew a tea that they would use to rid the body of parasites. Modern herbalists see it most commonly as an expectorant, of great use in treating respiratory issues like asthma, bronchitis, and the coughing symptoms of the common cold. Chaparrel Leaf has also been shown to possess antioxidant qualities, believed to help destroy the particles that destroy cells and possibly cause cancer. Studies have been conducted that show the leaf to aid in restricting cancerous growth. While the leaf possesses a great many positive qualities, it has been shown to occasionally react poorly with the liver, and you should discontinue use if you experience nausea, fever, fatigue, or Jaundice while using the herb.
2 oz: $2.95 BUY NOW
1 lb: 14.95 BUY NOW
~ Chamomile Flower Whole ~
While known in Latin as Anthemis Nobilis, Chamomile actually gets its name from the Greek words kamai, which means on the ground, and melon, which is the word for an apple. When trod upon, it frequently produces a strong, pleasant aroma that wafts around those who step upon it, and reminds many of apples. For this purpose it was often put to use in the medieval periods for use in green garden paths, so that as one strolled from one place to another one would be accompanied by a lovely, sweet smell. In the past, herbalists and gardeners also saw Chamomile as a healing plant that would help those plants it grew next to flourish when otherwise they might begin to fail. It spiritual uses Chamomile was also frequently used in finding good luck with marriage proposals, gambling, prosperity and good fortune, and was even thought to aid in preventing lightning strikes. In the world today, Chamomile is perhaps most famous as a component in tea that is not only smells lovely and is pleasantly flavorful, but is widely known for helping to soothe stomachs and ease indigestion as well as help you fall to sleep. It is also well known for being a soothing sedative that aids with pain and discomfort
2 oz: $2.95 BUY NOW
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~ Cut Wild Cherry Bark ~
Native to the central and northern parts of the North America, wild cherry bark, or Prunus serotina, has long been known by Native Americans as a potent medicinal plant, but only came into widespread use in the 1800s, when European immigrants and settlers brought it back to catch on in Europe. It was then that it began seeing widespread use as an aid in the treatment of coughs, particularly those of the spasmodic variety that interrupts sleep and could otherwise cause further complication in the treatment of wounds and illness. These days, the wild cherry bark is often utilized in modern cough syrups, as it has been found to sedate the cough reflex. This is particularly useful in treating dry, nonproductive coughs that occur in a wide array of respiratory conditions, particularly those that disrupt and prevent sleep. By itself, it is also often used with other herbs in the treatment of asthma, and similar such breathing disorders. Wild cherry bark has also been found by some herbalists to be quite helpful in stimulating sluggish digestion and appetite.
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~ Chickweed Cut ~
Chickweed, or Stellaria Media L is well known among a great many herbalists as being a fantastic both for medicinal purposes as well as a nutritional supplement. Flowering form March until the following autumn, it is also quite famed for the fact that it sleeps the "Sleep of Plants." This is an old herbal term for the fact that the leaves shift every night, folding over to cover and protect tender buds and new shoots as though sheltering them in sleep. Chickweed is also often added to salads or added to cooking pots as a delightful spice, and is often compared to spinach in matters of taste and texture, as well as for the nutrients that it provides. Sometimes uncooked leaves are also served with dandelion leaves in salads. Nutritionally, Chickweed is mineral-rich, containing ascorbic acid, calcium, flavenoids, magnesium, potassium, zinc and numerous other beneficial minerals well known for aiding in achieving a general state of well being. Medically it has been used as an astringent and a diuretic, and is reputed to be quite useful as an expectorant and laxative. In the past, it was also used often for wound treatment. Some studies have also shown that it can be quite useful in treating post partum issues, functioning as a depurative, emmenagogue, and galactogogue.
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~ Cinnamon Powder ~
Coming from the bark of an evergreen tree native to Sri Lanka, cinnamon powder has long been known as a wonderful, powerful seasoning that adds to a wide array of culinary dishes. The tree itself grows in soil that is quite sandy, even as it requires a somewhat sheltered area, rain, heat, and a stable temperature. This left the product of cinnamon powder a difficult to obtain commodity for some time, as the Dutch who harvested believed that its cultivation would actually destroy the properties it is known to possess, and only began to grow it as recently as 1776. The properties of the powder are many and varied, with long belief that it was useful for healing and personal protection, as well as a wide range of spiritual qualities, including use in meditation, passion and love spells, work involving clairvoyance, and for spiritual illumination. It is also traditionally associated with the fire and the sun. Also known as Cinnamomum Burmanii, Cinnamon is today most widely known as a culinary seasoning, seeing use in everything from flavoring for chewing gum to gourmet dishes. Beyond this, it has also been known as an aphrodisiac for females as well as an antiseptic, astringent, and as a powerful aid in helping with digestive issues ranging from flatulence and vomiting to diarrhea.
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~ Clover, Red Whole ~
Red clover, or Eugenia caryophyllata, has long been seen as a flower with many spiritual and medicinal uses. Of old, it was seen as something that can purify blood so that the one who imbibed the clover would be hearty and hale, and improve circulation. It was also used as a diuretic, to cleanse the body of excess fluids and toxins, wherein it was thought to help cleanse and strengthen the liver. For colds, it was also used as an expectorant, helping to clear the lungs of mucus and fluid. Spiritually, it was widely seen as a powerful agent in bringing good luck to financial arrangements, or blessing and protecting domestic animals. The flowers were also often mixed into potions intended to induce lust in those who drank them. Modern herbalist still view Red Clover as a potent aid in helping coughs and colds, using it to aid and treat whooping cough and a wide range of other respiratory problems. Red clover is also often used externally, treating skin irritation and swelling, psoriasis, and eczema.
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~ Cloves Whole ~
Cloves or Dalea purpurea, are most widely known as a culinary spice, native to Indonesia. Its use has spread widely, with uses ranging from being a key component in tea in Northern India, a frequent part of Vietnamese pho broth, a wide array of Mexican dishes, and even as a frequent addition to cheese in the Netherlands. In Japan and china, one will also find cloves used as an important material for incense, and in some European countries one will find them around Christmas and Yule as a holiday decoration, called a Pomander, where the cloves are inserted into an orange and hung about the home. Spiritually, they are seen to be of great use in banishing hostile and negative forces, as well as aiding in enhancing or starting friendship and love. In both Chinese and Western medicine, cloves have seen use in dentistry, where its oil is a painkiller. In this way, it is also sometimes used to numb away irritation and pain on the skin. They are also used in a variety of ways to aid in digesting, soothing the stomach, or even relieving gas. In aromatherapy, Cloves have seen use in clearing the head, as well. In Chinese medicine it is also utilized sometimes in treating impotence or morning sickness.
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~ Coltsfoot Leaf Cut ~
For thousands of years Coltsfoot Leaf, or Symphytum officinale, has been used as an ancient cough medicine, suppressing coughs from colds and illness via a wide array of treatments. Indeed, it was even used in smoking blends as a method to ease breathing. For ages it was recommended for dry coughs and breathing problems, with attention paid to these properties in the writings of the Greek doctor Diosocrites. Some also believe that it will help improve one`s luck in seeking prosperity, wealth, and love. There was some debate however between East and West as to what portion of the Coltsfoot plant was the most useful medicinally. In China, the thought was that the root was most potent and most beneficial, while in Europe it was generally believed that the leaf provided the greatest benefit. Today, it is still popular in suppressing coughs, with research showing that extracts from the leaf can improve the immune system, as well. Modern research has also shown that it should not be taken by pregnant women or given to children under the age of six, with some countries even implementing strict age restrictions regarding the availability and usage of Coltsfoot.
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~ Comfrey Leaf Cut ~
Widely acknowledged as being an herb of great medicinal value, Comfrey Leaf has been known throughout the ages under a wide variety names with Bruisewort, Knitback, Boneset, Slippery Root, Ass Ear, and Blackwort being among them. In China, it has been used for well over 2000 years, and has maintained its reputation well enough to see mention in a US Pharmacopia and numerous other medical journals and herbal compendiums throughout the world. Most commonly, it is used as an ointment or poultice that is applied to sprains, broken bones, and other wounds where it is said to help in mending and healing. In ancient times, it was also said to be quite potent in aiding spells of protection and blessings for travel. Today, it is still a popular first aid remedy, containing the chemical allantoin which is said to speed up the replacement of body cells. This speeds up the healing of tissue and the closing of wounds, and aids in mending bones just as it has since ancient times. Many herbalists also use it to minimize the opportunity of infection and reduce scarring.
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~ Damiana Leaf Cut ~
Traditionally, Damiana Leaf, also known as Tumera diffusa, has been used by the people of Central and South America for hundreds of years. There it was first recorded by Spanish Missionaries as it was used by Mexican Indians, using Damiana leaves mixed with sugar as a powerful tea that enhanced lovemaking and worked as a powerful aphrodisiac. It is also named in Mexican folklore as the ingredient that flavored the original margarita; an alcoholic drink now famous throughout the world. Damiana has also seen use a wide array of magical tradition and practices, being used often in sex magic, increasing magical energy and aiding in divination, including use in dream magic and clairvoyance. In modern holistic use, Damiana leaf is still used as an aphrodisiac, but is reported to be of medicinal aid in treating coughs, constipation and depression. It is also said to help with fibromyalgia, and breathing issues, as well as impotency, infertility, and the varied symptoms of menopause.
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~ Dandelion Leaf Cut ~
Known by most homeowners and landscapers as a weed that is nearly impossible to eradicate, Dandelion Leaf, or Taraxacum Officinale, is actually a valuable herb, with numerous culinary and medicinal uses. Native Americans long used it to treat kidney diseases, swelling, skin problems, heartburn, and upset stomachs, while the Chinese would use it as a treatment for digestive disorders, appendicitis, and even breast problems which include inflammation or lack of milk. In Europe, herbalists used to incorporate it into remedies that treated fever, boils, diarrhea and eye problems, as well as diabetes. The leaf is also believed to be of great use in summoning spirits, as well as in purification rituals. Today, Dandelion leaf is more commonly used as a diuretic, to remove excess water and toxins from the body. It is also said to promote bile excretions from the liver so the body can process foods and liquids more efficiently while purging toxins. More common still, it is used simply as an appetite stimulant and digestive aid, even included in salads and similar such dishes, or as a garnish.
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~ Devil's Shoestring ~
Sometimes referred to as Twigs in old Hoodoo oral histories, Devil`s Shoe String, known in latin as Polygonum amphibium var. emersum, is a common and potent root utilized most frequently in Hoodoo practices, as it has been for years unmeasured. In this practice, they are most frequently kept within a Mojo bag or tied together to form a bracelet, anklet, or necklace. In these circumstances, it is typically viewed as a powerful protective device. This is where some believe it even gets its name, referring to its ability to "trip up the devil," as if you tied his shoe laces together. Tied together as an anklet, Devil`s Shoestring is also known to be of particular help in preventing the wearer from being poisoned by Goofer`s dust. Other uses within such spiritual practice also involve the herb aiding finding good luck, helping to find a new job or a raise, achieving invisibility, or acquiring some measure of control over the opposite sex. Today, Devil`s Shoestring is still most commonly identified with this old Hoodoo and Root Magic practices that are, if anything, more widespread and common today than ever. Outside of this, some medicinal use has also been found by some Herbalists. These Herbalists see it as an antispasmodic, particularly in helping to ease menstrual pains.
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~ Echinacea Purpurea ~
One of the most popular herbs in America today is the Native American medicinal plant known as echinacea. Echinacea is primarily used to reduce the symptoms and duration of the common cold and flu and to alleviate the symptoms associated with them, such as sore throat (pharyngitis), cough, and fever. Many herbalists also recommend echinacea to help boost the activity of the immune system and to help the body fight infections. Echinacea is known to contains active substances that enhance the activity of the immune system, relieve pain, reduce inflammation, and have hormonal, antiviral, and antioxidant effects. For this reason, professional herbalists also recommend echinacea to treat urinary tract infections, vaginal yeast (candida) infections, ear infections (also known as otitits media), athlete's foot, sinusitis, hay fever (also called allergic rhinitis), as well as slow-healing wounds. Echinacea Benefits * Echinacea (when taken at the first sign of a cold for 8 to 10 days) reduces cold symptoms or shortens their duration * Enhances the activity of the immune system * Relieve pain and helps reduce inflammation * Has hormonal, antiviral, and antioxidant effects.
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~ Elder Berries ~
Elder Berries, or Sambucus nigra, are laden with numerous tales and stories throughout folklore and history, and are particularly linked to those legends and myths involving magic and spirits. Indeed, in English and Scandinavian folklore the belief was held that if you cut down the Elder tree a spirit known as the Elder Mother would be released to take her revenge upon the hapless wood cutter. This could only be avoided while chanting "Old girl, give me some of thy wood and I will give thee some of mine when I grow into a tree." Otherwise, Elder Berries are also held to be a powerful aid in warding off evil influence, as well as curses and spells intended to do harm. Shakespeare even wrote of it, speaking of it as a symbol of grief, perhaps due to many Christian beliefs that Judas was hung from an Elder Tree in his grief, as well as that the Cross of Calvary was made of Elder wood. While many legends surround the wood, the berries themselves are still frequently utilized in making pies, jellies, and jams, as well as the occasional wine. Some herbalists also hold that Elderberries show potential in treating the symptoms of Influenza, with an extract created from the berry helping many recover in 2-3 days without many of the ill effects that result from many over-the-counter medications. Because of this, it is believe to stimulate the immune system and improve its ability to fight disease. Elderberry (Sambucus Nigra) may be used as a diaphoretic to break fevers, urinary complaints, edema, rheumatic complaints, colds & flu symptoms and muscle pain.
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~ Eucalyptus Cut ~
Uses include great healing properties; kills germs/ infections; eases lung congestion; heart stimulant; attracts healing vibrations; protection.
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~ Eyebright Powder ~
Known elsewhere as Euphrasia, Euphrasia officinalis, or the other common names of of Meadow eyebright and Red Eyebright, Eyebright has seen use for a long time, and has been mentioned numerous times within folk medicine. As one might imagine from the name, it is most commonly associated with the treatment of conditions of the eyes. Indeed, the name Euphrasia is of Greek origin, being derived from the Greek word Euphrosyne, which is word for Gladness, who was one of the three Graces who was known for her joy and mirth. The name is thought to be a play upon this, with the thought being that Eyebright (or Euphrasia) would bring gladness and joy to those who suffered from afflictions of the eyes. Spiritually, it has been used as a component to spells and rituals wherein you are seeking changes in perception and attitude, visionary experiences, and also as an aid in improving the memory. In modern treatments, the focus of eyebright is still upon the eyes. There the folk medicine treatments still prevail, where it is used as a wash for the eyes, as well as a compress when the eyes are inflamed or irritated. It has also been used for conjunctivitis, belepharitis, tired eyes, styes, and numerous other such conditions.
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~ Fennel Seed ~
Uses include flavoring agent; aids digestion; relieves gas; imparts strength, vitality, sexual virility; protection; prevents curses, possession and negative problems.Also known as Fenkel, Sweet Fennel, Wild Fennel and the Latin name of Foeniculum vulgare, Fennel was well known by the ancients and can be found in many sources of folklore. Among the Romans it was used for its aromatic fruits and edible shoots, and in medieval folklore it was said that snakes shed their skin near fennel plants, and ingest it to heal injuries to their eyes. In the mid-ages it was also ritually hung over doors on Midsummer`s eve to ward off evil spirits, and it was viewed as a powerful protective force against witchcraft and evil influences. To this day it survives in similar tradition, and finds use in many traditions in spells and prayers of protection, seeking to prevent curses and possession, and otherwise ward off negative attention and energies. Modern herbalists turn away somewhat from such schools of thought, and use it on occasion to eace flatulence in infants, or in treating colic or painful teething. Among adults, it is sometimes used with tea for similar purposes; reducing gas after meals or when it is otherwise chronic or painful. Fennel can also sometimes be used as a diuretic among adults, aiding in urinary problems. It has also found claim to uses in the veterinary field as well, often being set in kennels and stables to drive away fleas.
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~ Feverfew ~
Feverfew is an herb that has long been held in medicinal folklore as possessing great healing virtues, and among these writings it can be found commonly under the names of Crysanthemum Parthenium, Tanacetum parthenium and Pyrethrum Parthenium. For these virtues, as well as its lovely flowers and the pleasant, citrus aroma that its leaves produce, it can often be found in old-styled gardens. As one might guess, Feverfews most common use in the traditions that speak of it is in reducing and treating fevers, but it is also known for being of fantastic aid in treating those who are afflicted with hysterical complaints, nervousness, low spirits, and a wide variety of other forms of anxiety. Folklore holds that it can also be applied to coughs, wheezing, difficult breathing, and even the sting and swelling of insect bites. In modern treatment, it is still much used in reducing fever, but also has seen newer applications as a treatment for headaches, arthritis, and digestive problems. It has also recently emerged in commercial cosmetics, utilized in lotions and other such products where it is used to calm red and irritated skin. Some herbalists also hold that it has a calming effect, perhaps related to the treatments of old, which allows Feverfew to also be used as a sleep aid.
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~ Five Finger Grass ~
This herb with numerous associations with mystical and spiritual traditions is known by a wide variety of names that can be found in numerous sources of literature concerning Wicca, and Hoodoo among other traditions. Within these texts and publications, it can be found listed as Cinquefoil, Cramweed, Five Finger Blossom, Five Fingers, Goosegrass, Goose Tansy, Moor Grass, Pentaphylon, Silver Sinquefoil, Silverweed, Sunkfield, and Synkefoyle, so as you can imagine, there is sometimes a great deal of confusion regarding the herb and its uses. With leaves that come to five points, it is sometimes associated with the mystical properties of the pentagram, as well as five of the qualities that people most often seek in their lives, with those being love, money, health, power and wisdom. As such, it is often used in spells seeking financial gain, or by those who are otherwise seeking good fortune and self improvement. Among Hoodoo practitioners, it is sometimes carried in Mojo Bags specifically to bring love, money, health, power, and wisdom into their lives. In other traditions, it is also used to repel evil and negativity, particularly that which is caused by "the five fingers of man." Outside of spiritual and mystical uses, Five Finger Grass has also been applied to medicinal uses as well. In this case, it has found great use in treating fevers and lowering them, as well as aiding in the treatment of diarrhea, to help prevent dehydration and other such further complication that can result.
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~ Flax Seed ~
Flax, also known as Linseed or Linum usitatissimum, has originated as a widespread crop throughout the Mediterranean, spreading from the Greek world all the way to India. A famed crop, particularly in Egypt, it has been used in the creation of linen for up to 5000 years. In antiquity, it was also so common and popular as to have been portrayed on the walls of temples and tombs in Thebes, where it was illustrated as a flowering plant. Indeed, the very use of flax for the purpose of creating linen is believed to date well beyond the written history of man, going so far back as the Neolithic period. Spiritually, perhaps due to the wealth brought in by the crop and the wellbeing it could provide to a community, Flax has long seen use in rituals prayers and spells that are seeking prosperity and healing, as well as protection. In more modern study, flax has been shown to contain lignan and Omega-3 fatty acid. With the result being that flax seed may be of great benefit to the heart, helping to lower cholesterol, as well as lowering blood triglyceride and blood pressure levels. Flax has also shown of late to possibly possess anti-cancer properties, with some studies showing that they have aided in reducing the growth of certain types of tumors. Some recent studies have also shown that flax seed oil can aid in treating Crohn`s Disease and Colitis, where it helps to heal the inner lining of inflamed intestines.
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~ Flea Prevention For Pets ~
Herbal powder to add to pet's food sparingly, like a spice. It changes the animal's scent to discourage biting insects.
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~ Galangal Root Cut (Chewing John) ~
Also known as chewing John, Little John, and Alpina galangal, Galangal has long been used in a wide variety of oriental cuisines, and in its raw form it offers a smell that is quite reminiscent of citrus, with rich hints of pine. Throughout Southeastern Asia it can also be used as a component in a tonic, often mingled with lemon juice, for the treatment of coughs and throat ailments. Perhaps more famously to those of the Western world, Galangal has come to be known as Low John in Hoodoo practices, where it is often carried in a mojo bag or otherwise used in spiritual ritual and spells to find aid in winning court cases, increasing your wealth, and break and protect from hexes and curses. Less commonly, it can also be found used in spells seeking to increase psychic potency or those rituals and spells involving sexual magic. Outside of spiritual practices, Galangal is still most commonly found today used in South Eastern Asia as a culinary herb, most famously perhaps in Tom Yum Soup as well as Dtom Kha gai. Medicinally, the folk remedy where it is used as a tonic still holds to be the most common treatment, where it is still used throughout South East Asia to treat coughs and colds when blended with lemon juice.
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~ Garlic ~
Also found under its lesser known Latin name, Allium satirum, Garlic is closely related to shallots, leeks, and chives, is perhaps most commonly known for its use in the culinary arts, where it is notorious for causing bad breath despite its widespread popularity for the taste that it lends to a dish. Historically however, it is also quite well known for its medicinal applications, with records dating back thousands of years to its use in medicine. Indeed, the famed philosopher Pliny even cited it as the "rustic`s cure-all," as many thought it to be an aid in reducing most any disease`s symptoms. Known globally, it was even venerated in Korea, where it is said that the gods gave garlic to women to provide them with supernatural power as and immortality, while in Greece and Rome, it was placed at crossroads in offering to Hecate. Today, it survives spiritually and is still used in spell and ritual with many legends and writings referring to its ability to repel evil curses and magic, a legend that only grew with its inclusion as a vampire-bane in Bram Stoker`s Dracula. In modern uses, some claim that Garlic can be a great aid in heart disease and cancer, with early studies showing possible cardio vascular benefits, though there is still some debate and controversy around the subject. It is also frequently seen as a preventative aid against the common cold, or as an expectorant for coughs, and in both of the World Wars it was used as an antiseptic. Around this time, it was also even used to aid in treating small pox, tuberculosis, and other such traumatic diseases.
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~ Ginkgo Leaf Cut ~
Also known as yin xing, ginkgo biloba or the Maidenhair Tree, Ginkgo is one of the best known examples of a living fossil. The modern plant has been shown to have deviated little from found fossil remains, appearing much the same now as it did in times before man. Long thought extinct in the wild it was recently found growing wild in Zhejing, a province in Eastern China, though there is some debate to this as well,a s some argue that the ginkgo trees were planted and preserved by Chinese Monks over a period of 1000 years. While it is easy to get lost in the fascinating history of the herb`s growth and evolution (or lack thereof), one should also note that the herb has long been used in a wide variety of culinary dishes throughout Asia, and that one can now find it within such cuisine globally. Modern studies have also shown that the herb is quite useful in treating dementia, and possible even in prevention of the onset of Alzheimer`s. Other studies, though wracked with conflicting results, have also shown that Ginkgo can help alleviate allergies, reduce inflammation, and possibly even aid in the treatment of cancer as an anti-tumor treatment. Elsewhere, it has also been shown to aid in treating male impotency, where the chief cause is impaired blood circulation to the involved tissues.
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~ Ginseng Powder (Siberian) ~
Ginseng, or Panax Ginseng as it is known in latin, has long been valued in Chinese medicine as a valued treatment for "yang" difficency in the spleen and kidneys, as well as for the effect it has on "Qi," or the vital force thought to be inherent in all things. It is also widely considered to be great in aiding mind and body in adapting to stress, trauma and fatigue, as well as having some ability to increase stamina and stimulate the immune system. In spiritual use, it can be considered a potent aid in spells involving love, healing and protection, and can also be quite potent in increasing and empowering one`s personal energy. In more modern studies, it has been shown to help the body deal with physically and mentally stressful exposures, such as heat and cold exhaustion, viruses, bacteria, chemicals, extreme working conditions, noise, pollution, and other such factors that can be traumatic when experienced over time. Some studies have also affirmed the traditions that Ginseng can stimulate the immune system, showing that it can help prevent illness. In some circles, it is also widely used to increase sexual potency and fertility.
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~ Grains of Paradise Seed ~
Found also under its Latin name of Aframomum melegueta, or the more common names of Melegueta Pepper, Alligator Pepper, and Guinea grains or Guinea Pepper, Grains of Paradise was quite popular in medieval Europe. There, it was frequently used as a substitute for black pepper, particularly during the 14th and 15th centuries, when it was most commonly used in this fashion in the larger population centers of Europe, particularly in Northern France. After this period, people largely stopped using Grains of Paradise in cooking practices, generally leaving it alone unless it was to spice sausages or add to the flavor of beer or gin, though it was taken up by medieval herbalists and doctors as a popular healing agent, and was regarded as a particularly useful treatment for the Humours. In African lore the seeds of Grains of Paradises are also regarded as a spice possessing magical properties, and are frequently spoken of as being of great value for spells of divination as well as rituals intended to determine guilt. In more modern culture, Grains of Paradise is rapidly becoming a popular spice in the culinary world once more, and has been featured as an ingredient by famous chefs and is featured as a flavoring agent in popular beers. Some have also turned to it within certain diets, such as the raw-food diet, as an alternative to Black Pepper and other such spices. This is due to the fact that Grain Of Paradise is generally less harsh to the digestive track than those spices, while providing a very similar flavor.
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~ Hawthorn Berries Whole ~
Known as Mayblossom, the Bread and Cheese Tree, Ladies Meat, Whitethorn, and it`s formal Latin name of Crataegus Pinnatifida, Hawthorn was formerly regarded as sacred, with the belief that it was used to create the Crown of Thorns that was said to be placed upon Christ`s brow. Some folk also believed that it still bears the unpleasant aromas of the Great Plague of London, with the plant actually possessing the same fragrance of decay. This aroma attributed to the plant is said to attract the carrion insects that nest in it, and aid in fertilizing the plant though whether this is true lends to some debate. Also quite popular in marking hedgerows that were used to demonstrate the boundaries of farmland, in the 19th century some researches began using the Hawthorn berries in the treatment of heart conditions. Today, this research as to the treatment of heart conditions has expanded a great deal. Hawthorn Berries are now often used to promote a healthy cardiovascular system, and are often used in the treatment of high blood pressure, congestive heart failure, and cardiac arrhythmia. The berries have also been found to aid in strengthening the heart and blood vessels. There is also some evidence indicative that they are helpful in the treatment of blood clots and the restoration of the heart muscle wall, with other evidence showing it to be quite effective in lowering cholesterol. Use in Europe of these purposes has become widespread, with the berries frequently seeing use in treatment of the early stages of heart disease, for which it is endorsed and approved by the German Government.
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~ Hibiscus Flower Whole ~
Also found under the names of Rosemallow and Flor De Jamaica, Hibiscus is actually the genus name for Flowers that are well known for their showy blossoms that are often found as part of shrubs in gardens around the world. Beyond this cosmetic use, Hibiscus flowers can also be found put to use in a great many ways globally, ranging from use as a vegetable in culinary dishes to paper making. In Mexico, it is often found in a drink called Agua de Flor De Jamaica, which is popular for its color and flavor (which is said to be similar to cranberry juice), as well as for the actual consumption of the dried flowers, which are held as a delicacy. Elsewhere it is frequently used as an herbal tea which is held to be relaxing. In spiritual practices throughout the world Hibiscus flowers are associated with love and are said to be quite potent an aphrodisiac, as well as being useful in spells and rituals to attract love and lust. In some traditions it is also held to be a potent aid in divination and dream magic, particularly where you are seeking love. Modern medicine has also turned an eye upon the flower, conducting a study in 2008 that showed that the traditional hibiscus flower tea can be quite helpful in lowering blood pressure in pre-hypertensive and mildly hypertensive patients. In this way it can be quite good at soothing nerves. It has also been suggested that the tea can be used as an antispasmodic as well, though further study needs to be conducted.
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~ High John ~
Known under the latin name of ipomoea jalapa, the root is more commonly named after John the Conqueror (or John the Conqueroo as he is sometimes called), who is spoken of often in African American folklore and is frequently considered to be quite magically potent, particularly among Hoodoo traditions. Also known as Bindweed or Jalap Root to some, it is actually related to the morning glory and the sweet potato, and you can see some resemblance in the general shape of the tuber. Most frequently, High John Root is used as part of a Mojo bag. There it is said to provide good luck and the strength to help overcome obstacles; as well as provide potent protection from the negative energies and curses of others. Another common usage of the Root is within spells of a sexual nature, where it is said to be quite potent in drawing the attentions of the one you desire. It has been written of and referenced for these purposes by numerous famous Blues singers, including Willie Dixon, Muddy Waters, and Bo Diddley, making it quite the iconic among that community and culture. Modern herbalists and Hoodoo practitioners typically use it externally; in most cases avoiding its internal use as when it is taken orally it produces strong laxative properties, that are best avoided unless the situation warrants it.
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~ Horehound Cut ~
Valued by the Romans for its medicinal properties, Horehound`s very Latin name, Marrubium vulgare, is said to be derived from the ancient town of Italy, Maria Urbs. Others debate this however, citing that it comes from Marrob, the Hebrew word for "bitter juice." This argument is supported by the belief that Horehound is one of the bitter herbs that the Jews partake of during the feast of Passover. Also known among Egyptian Priests, Horehound can be found referred to by them as Seeds of Horus, Bull`s Blood, and the Eye of the Star. Among these cultures it was often attributed with anti venom properties, and was thought to be a powerful aid against poisons, serpent stings, and even the "Mad dogge`s biting" which one can only assume to be Rabies. It was also considered to be a powerful herb that nullifies magic, and, conversely, is sometimes used to maintain mental clarity in lengthy and taxing rituals. Today, Horehound is more commonly known for its long attributed ability to treat lung ailments and coughs. Also, in large doses it is said to be useful as a gentle laxative or even as a vermifuge (an agent that can aid in expelling worms and other animal parasites). Some herbalists also lay claim to the idea that Horehound can be useful in treating the common cold. This is probably in part due to its ability to aid in the treatment of coughs and other such symptoms.
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~ Hyssop Cut ~
Widely known as an ingredient in men`s cologne or as a component in the French liquor of Chartreuse, Hyssop, or Agastache rupestris in Latin, is also used to produce the green coloring for which Absinthe is famous. Also within the culinary arts, it is sometimes used to add a bitter, minty flavor to soups. Outside of the culinary field, Hyssop is perhaps most famed for its repeated mention in the Old Testament, where it is written of frequently as part of rituals, particularly in seeking the protection of God. Perhaps the most famous example of this would be where it was said to be used in painting the doors where Hebrew families dwelled to protect them from Moses` plague that claimed every firstborn son of Egypt. Hyssop was also said to be used by the priests of the Temple of Solomon for purification and protection rites; a tradition that lives on among Catholic priests, who use it in the ceremonial aspergillum that they use to sprinkle holy water. More modern herbalists portray Hyssop as an expectorant, which can be quite useful in treating coughs and other such illnesses of the lungs. It has also been shown to be a diaphoretic, used in the stimulation of sweating, and a carminative, used for expelling gas from the stomach and intestines to help relieve abdominal pain or flatulence. Hyssop is also frequently used in combination with Horehound for these purposes.
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~ Jasmine Flowers Whole ~
Jasmine, whose name is derived from the Persian word "yasmin," meaning Gift from God, is quite commonly cultivated in gardens and as a houseplant. Revered for its fragrance, it is also quite well known for the fact that its flowers open their petals at night. In China, it is used for tea, often with a green or oolong tea base. It can take hours to absorb the fragrance and flavor into the water, and the process is repeated as many as seven times for the highest quality of teas. In the Philippines, it is used to create a garland that is used to adorn and decorate religious images while in other parts of Asia, Jasmine has also seen use in wedding ceremonies. Perhaps under a similar ideal as these religious practices, Jasmine has also seen long use in spells and rituals, particularly when seeking to attract love and prosperity; sometimes used in divination, particularly in the use of dream magic. In other mystical use, Jasmine flowers are also said to be great for use in charging quartz crystals with soothing energy. In Chinese alternative medicine, Jasmine flowers are sometimes used to "cool down" blood. Studies have also shown Jasmine to possess strong antiviral and antibacterial properties, making it a popular supplement used in the treatment of colds and other such ailments as well.
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~ Jericho Flowers ~
Selaginella lepidophylla, also known as the Rose of Jericho, the Resurrection Flower, or Jericho Flowers, are so named as they seem to come to life after they die. They survive, curled up dormant and brown and appear to the untrained eye to be dead for years. Once it comes into contact with water that it can find nutrients in, however, it expands and turns green, springing to life and blooming before curling back up when the water is depleted. This cycle can last for years and years, and has given rise to the tradition of keeping one dormant in one`s home and bringing it out around Christmas time. During this time, it is watered, and brought to life before it is allowed again to wither with the passing of the holiday. This is said to symbolize Mary`s delivery of Christ, and the plant used in this tradition is often passed down through the family over the years. Outside of Christmas traditions, it is most commonly used in spiritual practices, where it is said to have particular use in love spells, either where one is seeking to bring to life a love that died or create love where there previously was not any. Some herbalists also attribute the Jericho Flower with the ability to purify blood, often helping to ease the symptoms of illnesses and fevers.

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~ Jezebel Root Pieces ~
Jezebel root is perhaps most commonly known to Hoodoo and other pagan and occult tradition. Reportedly related to the Iris flower, it has on occasion been confused with Queen Elizabeth Root, which is also of the same family. In the oldest practices in which it is known, Jezebel Root is famed for its part in a curse, known commonly as The Curse of Jezebel, which is performed with an elaborate ritual and is used to cause distress in the life of one`s enemy. It is also well known in older lore as a root of particular boon to prostitutes. For them it was held that the root possessed magical properties that would aid greatly in attracting wealthy customers. Today, Jezebel root is primarily utilized in Hoodoo and other traditions, where still lays claim to its role in the famed Curse of Jezebel. Its other uses have expanded into people of other vocations however, particularly among those who rely upon tips from men to supplement their income, particularly among waitresses, hair dressers, and other such vocations.
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~ Juniper Berries Whole ~
Not actually true berries, Juniper Berries are actually fleshy, merged scales similar to pine needles that possess a berry-like appearance, coming from the Juniperus communis, or Common Juniper. Perhaps most commonly known for their culinary use, Juniper Berries have long been used in European and Scandinavian cuisine to flavor meat dishes, particularly wild birds and game meats. Within these regions, the Berries can also be found as a seasoning for pork, cabbage and sauerkraut. Juniper Berries are also widely known as the agent used to add flavor to Gin. Ancient Greeks used them for medicine, often using the Berries to increase their stamina before the Olympic Games. Romans also used them as a cheap, domestic substitute for black pepper and long pepper, both of which they had to import from India. In spiritual practices, Juniper berries can also be found in attracting good and healthy energies, particularly where you are seeking love and protection. As a note of interest to more modern herbal practices, the addition of Juniper Berries to gin was originally intended for medicinal purposes, with the intent to use it as an agent for delivering the medicinal properties of Juniper Berries. Modern herbalists still often see the Berries as being useful as a diuretic, helping to purge the system of toxins and aid the digestive tract, as well as an appetite stimulant. Others also hold that it is a useful remedy for rheumatism and arthritis.
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~ Kava Kava Root Powder ~
This ancient crop of the western Pacific, also known as Piper methysticum, has long been used to help those who imbibe it relax, without interrupting their mental clarity. Traditionally, it has been prepared by chewing, grinding or pounding the root before adding it to water in which it is then consumed. Among the Vanuata, it was imbibed before dinner, so that all involved would have help in relaxing and being at ease. In Fiji, it was an ingredient in a drink called "grog" that is still popular among young men, who drink it and gather for the telling of stories and general relaxation. Among natives, it is said to be of great use when seeking metnal clarity and patience, as well as when seeking ease of acceptance, relaxed muscles, and a general sense of well being. Spiritually, it has been used to induce visions, and is said to increase the potency of spell work involving astral travel. Modern usage of Kava Kava root typically involves the root being powdered, where it is added in varying amounts to water, depending on the desired potency. In this, one can find that it is often mixed with coconut water or milk, lemon grass, cocoa, sugar, or soy milk to add to the flavor and ease of consumption. The purpose of this drink clings close to its original roots, often being designed to aid in finding clarity and peace of mind and a general state of calmness, mind and body.
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~ Kelp Granules ~
This large variety of seaweed has seen use in most cultures and regions throughout the world. In some European regions, it was quite commonly used in soap and glass production, with Kelp being burned to create the soda ash that was used in such production methods. In the Pacific, Kelp is quite important to Japanese cuisine, and is often used to flavor broths and stews, as well as a stand-alone vegetable or a garnish. It can also be found in Japan as a main ingredient to a wide range of snack products. Imbued with high concentrations of iodine, Kelp was also often used in medieval times to treat the growth of goiters, which can develop from the thyroid gland when a person is experiencing a lack of iodine in their diet. More modernly, Kelp can be found in a much wider array of products. In some circles it is used as a favored salt substitute, and is used as an addition to cosmetic baths where it is said to tone, hydrate and help clear skin. It is also quite frequently found in a wide array of health food supplements, as it is a rich source of natural vitamins and minerals. Indeed, Kelp has been found to contain Magnesium, Calcium, Phosphorus, Iron, Potassium, 12 vitamins (including A, B1, B2, C, D and E), 21 amino acids, 60 minerals and true elements, and as studies have revealed it is particularly rich in Iodine and Vitamin E.
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~ Lavender Flowers Whole ~
Lavender flowers, or Lavandula angustifolia, are famed throughout the world, not only for their beauty but for their many culinary and agricultural uses as well. In agriculture, the flowers are used because of their abundant nectar, from which honey bees can create a high quality honey that is marketed worldwide as a premium product. Lavender flowers are also used widely as a flavoring for baked goods and desserts, and are on occasion candied to be used as a decoration for dishes. There are also references to Lavender flowers which date back to biblical times, showing that it was used to prepare the Holy Essence. The Romans also favored it to scent their bath waters and aid in restoring their skin, paying the equivalent of a farm worker`s monthly wage for only a small amount. Ancient and modern spiritual practices also found great use for the flowers, using Jasmine in spells seeking love and healing, as well as inner calm or a peace of mind. With these properties it became a favored component in spells seeking money, protection, purification, or contact with good spirits. In medicine Lavender flowers are known for being usable as an antiseptic as well as an anti-inflammatory, and even saw use during World War I disinfecting the floors and walls of hospitals. Some herbalists also believe it to be of use in healing and soothing insect bites and acne, and Lavender has been a traditional treatment for skin burns, headaches, as well as helping one relax before sleeping.
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~ Lemon Balm Cut ~
Not to be confused with bee balm, Melissa officinali (or Lemon Balm) is native to Southern Europe and the Mediterranean region, and is known for attracting bees; a fact that often results in confusion with Bee Balm. Lemon balm can be found used in the flavoring of ice cream and herbal teas, both of the hot and iced varieties, and is usually found in a combination with other herbs such as spearmint, or paired with fruit dishes and candies. Some lore also holds that the leaves can be crushed and rubbed on the skin as a repellant for mosquitoes. Modern herbalists find that it also has natural antibacterial properties, and that the teas made with Lemon Balm can be used as a sedative or calming agent. It has also long been used in strengthening the immune system, aiding with the symptoms of cold and flu, as well as in the reduction of fevers. As one might imagine from the strengthening of the immune system, it can also be used as a general preventative aid in remaining free of infection and disease. Some herbalists also claim that Lemon Balm is useful in treating nerve disorders, including those that involve fainting, hysteria, and migraine headaches.
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~ Lemongrass cut ~
Found in many sources under the formal name of Cymbopogon citratus, lemongrass can also find mention in herbals and other sources of folklore as barbed wire grass, silky heads, citronella grass, and fever grass. Native to India, it finds wide use in Asian cuisine, appearing in everything from teas and soups to curry, and the seasoning of poultry and seafood. Varieties are also used in the production of citronella, which can be used as insect repellent and aroma therapy. In India, the oils of this grass are used to preserve ancient manuscripts, functioning at a pesticide and a preservative as it keeps insects away from the leaves of the ancient works, as well as keeping them from becoming brittle and dry. Medicinally, Brazilians have long used it as a tea for anxiety and other traditions have long used it in an herbal soup that is good for cough and cold. It has also been shown to have antifungal properties. In 2006 a study found that Lemongrass can cause apoptosis in malignant cancer cells. This essentially causes cancer cells to kill themselves, while leaving normal cells unharmed. This potentially huge breakthrough resulted in a great deal of excitement, but the study requires further testing before such test results can be confirmed and deemed safe.
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~ Lemon Peel Cut ~
Cultivated and used in food and ritual for thousands of years, lemons are very frequently simply peeled and consumed, with the peels being discarded. The peel, however, is actually quite edible and safe to eat. Indeed, it makes a fantastic addition to the kitchen, and has been found mixed with melted butter, served over fish or in flavoring pies, cakes and other such confections. Though it can provide quite a bitter taste if too much is added, in smaller amounts it provides a pleasant, citrusy taste to a wide array of dishes. While rarely attributed any use outside of culinary practices in the Western world, Lemon peel has been used for quite some time in Africa and India for medicinal purposes. In Africa, it has a reputation for being quite functional in the treatment of baby`s colic. In India, the peel is frequently used to soothe upset stomachs. More recent study has also shown that the peel can be quite useful as a source of calcium, potassium and vitamin A, with some research even suggesting that it can help prevent the growth of abnormal tissues on the skin or support the reduction of various sorts of skin melanoma.
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~ Lemon Verbena Leaf Cut ~
Exuding a delightful lemony scent, Lemon Verbena, or Aloysia triphylla, comes from a flowering plant that produces lavender or white hued blossoms briefly in August or September. Quite frequently used in culinary practices, the herb is often used to add a lemon flavor to fish or poultry dishes, and can also be found in flavoring marinades, salad dressings, and numerous other desserts and soft drinks. Tradition and folk lore also hold that Lemon Verbena can be a powerful aid in magick, being of particular use in both protection and love spells. Some wear it in this manner as an aid in increasing charms and attracting the opposite sex, while others wear a sprig around the neck to stop dreaming. It can also be used in addition to other charms, to otherwise increase their power. In more modern herbalism, Lemon Verbena is traditionally used for aromatherapy where it is used to calm and relax, and when its leaves are dried they can retain their wonderful scent for years. This results in it being a popular addition to potpourri as well. Despite these advantages, Lemon Verbena is still perhaps most popular in the culinary world, and is often used to replace lemon zest or in other such practice.
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~ Licorice Root cut ~
Recognized globally as variety of candy and a flavoring for soft drinks, Licorice Root, or Glycyrrhiza glabra, has also long been known to possess a wide variety of beneficial qualities. In Chinese Medicine, it has been used for ages to harmonize the other ingredients in a formula, as well as to help carry the formula to the twelve "regular meridians." It has also been found as a flavoring agent in soft drinks, herbal teas, as well as in medicine to help disguise the unpleasant tastes of some of the other ingredients. In Italy and Spain Licorice is chewed as a breath freshener, and Chinese cuisine uses it as a spice, often for broth and foods simmered in soy sauce. Since ancient times, it has also been used as an expectorant, particularly in Ayurvedic Medicine. Modern cough syrups frequently use licorice extracts, proving once more some of the wisdom of the lore of old. Conventional and naturopathic treatments of mouth and peptic ulcers sometimes also utilize Licorice, and it may be used as a topical agent for treating shingles and, as some herbalists claim, oral or genital herpes. Licorice has also been found to be of use in treating digestive ailments such as leaky gut syndrome, irritable bowel syndrome, constipation, and Crohn`s Disease. Note: Use should be avoided if you are pregnant, nursing, or have high blood pressure.
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~ Lobelia Cut ~
Said to symbolize malevolence and ill will within the Victorian era, Lobelia has since become a commonly cultivated ornamental plant, widely found in flower beds, large pots, window boxes and hanging baskets. Among Native Americans, it was used to treat respiratory and muscle disorders, as well as a purgative. These uses spread among American physicians of the 19th century, who primarily used it to induce vomiting. These uses left Lobelia referred to in some texts and among some herbal circles as somewhat more unsavory sounding names, such as Asthma Weed, Indian Tobacco, Pukeweed and Vomitweed. Modern herbalists find Lobelia useful in treating food poisoining, using the herb to induce vomiting. It also saw brief uses in a smoking cessation program as a replacement for nicotine. It is also used as a physical relaxant and a nerve depressant, easing tension and sensations of panic. This combined with its antispasmodic and expectorant qualities, are what make it a common treatment for asthma among herbalists.
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~ Low John Root ~
Known by a wide variety of names including Little John to Chew and Chewing John, and even Court Case Root, Low John is the common name for what others refer to as Galangal. It has been utilized often in oriental cuisines, most famously perhaps in Tom Yum Soup and Dtom Kha Gai, and in the raw form Low John root offers a smell quite similar to that of citrus fruit, with other earthy fragrances reaching ones senses as well. Within some portions of Southeast Asia and Indonesia it is also used as a tonic for soothing stomachs. In Hoodoo, where Low John is most frequently known and utilized, Low John is viewed as a powerful component in seeking favor in court cases, as you might have guessed by its other alias of Court Case Root. Therein it is frequently viewed to help sway justice to your side. Otherwise, it has also seen a great deal of use in money drawing spells, spells that protect and break hexes and curses, and even sex and psychic magic.
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~ Mandrake Cut ~
Often resembling a human figure, Mandrake, the common name for the plants of the genus Mandragora, root has been used in magical rituals for centuries, and is still used today in Neopagan, Wiccan, and German Revivalist practices. The root can be traced back to the Old Testament, where there are accounts of it being used in practices intended to aid fertility. Indeed, the fact that the Hebrew word for mandrake means love plant. Among some Asian cultures, it is also believed to help ensure that conception occurs. Among western legends, it has also long been held that when mandrake is dug up it lets out a scream so terrible that it kills everyone who hears it. Elaborate methods of pulling the root from the earth were therefore devised, with the famous chronicler Josephus even writing of methods involving using a dog to pluck mandrake from the earth so as to keep the man harvesting it from dying. Mandrake has also long been the source of mystical speculation, with some viewing it as the primordial origin of man, while others have repeatedly written of it as being a key component in the creation of a Homunculus; a creation spoken of in alchemy and other arcane arts that creates something akin to an artificial human. Folklore also held that mandrake only grew where a hung man had dripped semen to the ground, and that mandrake has potent powers that aid in fending off and protecting against demonic possession. It is important to note that all parts of the mandrake plant are poisonous. Some herbalist traditions hold that the Mandrake root has hallucinogenic properties and can, in large doses, induce madness and delirium. Contrary perhaps to this common wisdom, some have also claimed that mandrake can be useful as a purgative.
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~ Milk Thistle Seed Whole ~
The first thing most people think of when they hear of the milk thistle plant is the milky sap that fills its stalks. In The 16th century, the plant was quite popular, with nearly all parts of the plant being eaten. The raw roots were often eaten plain, boiled or roasted, while the shoots were boiled as a vegetable. The leaves were often treated in a manner similar to spinach, and the spiny portion of the flower was eaten like an artichoke. Indeed, Early Christians even dedicated the plant to Mary, and referred to Milk Thistle as Marian Thistle. Today however, the plant`s seeds are what have better earned the claim to fame. For 2000 years they have been used to treat liver issues, and aid in protecting the liver from toxins, with increasing scientific research as to the therapeutic and medicinal properties. Today studies have reported that the seeds can be used to treat liver cirrhosis, chronic hepatitis, toxin induced liver damage and gall bladder disorders. Milk Thistle, or Silybum marianum seeds have also been shown to help reduce and eliminate liver damage. Outside of treating the liver, some studies have also shown that they can lower cholesterol levels and reduce insulin resistance for those with diabetes. In cancer treatments, some have shown that the seeds can reduce the growth of cancer cells in breast, cervical, and prostate cancers though further study is required in this matter. Milk Thistle seeds have also been shown promise in aiding with substance abuse, diminishing the withdrawal symptoms of opiate addiction.
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~ Mistletoe Cut ~
Mistletoe can be found figuring prominently in the folklore of the ancients of a great many cultures. In Greek Mythology, it is believed to be the Golden Bough of Aeneas, who was led from Troy by Venus to found Rome. In Norse mythology, Mistletoe was reportedly what killed Baldr, who was the god of light and beauty. Within Celtic and Druidic beliefs, mistletoe is often considered a remedy for the barrenness of animals, as well as a cure for poison, though, ironically, the berries of Mistletoe are poisonous. With leaves that stay green year-round and fruit that appears around the Celtic birth of the New Year, the Winter Solstice, it was frequently used in Druidic rites involving the holiday, and grew into a symbol of immortality. Later Christians also held that Mistletoe was a tree that furnished the cross, and then shriveled after the crucifixion, and becoming a parasitic vine. Aside from these traditions, it has also been known in spells and rituals where it is used to produce an aphrodisiac effect, or aid in fertility and love. It has also been held as a sacred form of protection that can help produce prophetic visions. In Europe, the leaves and twigs are rather popular among herbalists in treating circulatory and respiratory system problems. Some also prescribe treatments of mistletoe where it is said to help with hypertension and epilepsy, as well as menstrual problems, hemorrhage, and headache. Ingestion is typically discouraged however, as mistletoe can be poisonous, depending on what variety of mistletoe is used and where it grows.
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~ Mojo Wish Bean ~
Known as Saint Joseph Beans, African Wishing Beans, and most commonly as Fava Beans, these beans are among the oldest foods cultivated in the world, reportedly having entered the human diet as a cultivated crop around 6000 BC. They are still quite popular while young and tender in a wide array of culinary uses, and can be found used as such throughout the world. In Ancient times, they were also used in Greece and Rome as a method of voting, with the white and black beans alternatively meaning yes and no. Among the Ubykh culture, they are also a favored tool of divination, and are scattered on the ground and read for this purpose. Today, they are perhaps most common outside of food products in the traditions of Catholic Italians and Sicilians, where it is placed upon the altar on Saint Joseph`s feast day. Also common today, are the Hoodoo traditions wherein this bean derives the name Mojo Wish Bean. It is in this tradition where it is used to grant wishes. Most often, it is carried for seven days as you make your wish, and on the seventh day your wish should come true in some shape or form. In this case it is frequently carried in a flannel bag, though it can also be carried in a pocket or purse. Mojo wish beans have also been used in ritual, particularly where it helps attain that which is desired. Carry for seven days to make a wish come true.
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~ Mugwort Cut ~
Known as well as common wormwood, Artemisia Vulgaris, felon herb, chrysanthemum weed, wild wormwood, Old Uncle Henry, Sailor`s Tobacco, Old Man, and St John`s Plant, Mugwort is native to Europe, Asia, and North Africa, and has become an invasive weed in North America. Its leaves have have long been used as a flavoring agent to season fat, meat, or fish, and is perhaps most famously known for seasoning Goose in Germanic traditions. In Japan and Korea it is also known for being used to color festive rice cakes, and is a common seasoning within Korean soups and pancakes. It should be noted that Mugwort can be a hallucinogenic, but when cooked those properties are neutralized. In the mid-ages Mugwort was part of a herbal mix called Gruit, which was used to flavor beer before the widespread use of hops, likely resulting in hallucination as well as inebriation! In ancient and medieval times Mugwort was also used for its magical properties, where it was seen as a protective herb that could dispel fatigue and protect a traveler from evil spirits and wild animals. Indeed, it was included in the 10th century "Nine Herb Charm" that is said to ward off poison and illness. It is also supiced to be a potent aid in lucid dreaming, astral travel, and otherwise increasing the intensity of dreams, as well as the ability to control and remember them. In Ayurveda medicine in India, Mugwort is also used for cardiac complaints, feelings of unease, and general malaise. Within Chinese medicine, it is pulverized and aged into a form called Moxa. In this form it has shown a great deal of aid in positioning fetuses that are in breech positioning. Moxa and acupuncture has also been shown to slow fetal heart rates while increasing fetal movement. Moxa has also been shown however to possibly cause uterine contractions.
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~ Mullein Leaf Cut ~
Known elsewhere as candlewick plant, hag taper, and lady`s candle, and Verbascum thapsus , Mullein is native to both Europe and Asia. Used for tinder and lamp wicks, folklore held that witches used lamps that were lit with such wicks for their incantations. Among some folk, this gave rise to the name of Hag`s taper. Mullein was also used as funerary rites, with stalks being dipped in suet and burned at funerals. Wise tales also held that mullein was quite useful in treating diseases of cattle. In both Europe and Asia it was said that mullein could drive away evil spirits, and in India it was considered a safeguard against magic as well. There is even mention of mullein performing this task in ancient times, with the Iliad giving mention of Ulysses using mullein to ward off the sorcery of Circe. Herbalists have long made note its use in treating pectoral complaints. It is also supposed to be of great use in treating the bleeding of lungs and bowls. As an expectorant, it has also seen use in treating sore throats, coughs, and lung disease. Some herbalists also use it in a poultice which is used to treat hemorrhoid complaints. Possessing slight sedative properties, Mullein has also been found as an active ingredient in many alternative smoking blends, and it has also been used to treat migraines and long lasting headaches. Uses include expectorant; lung ailments; diarrhea; hemorrhoids; protection; courage; invokes spirits; keeps away demons and nightmare while asleep.
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~ Nettles (Stinging) Leaf Cut ~
Widely known for its sting, the leaves of nettles, or Urtica dioica, are covered with dozens of hairs. While most of the hairs don`t` sting, some cling to the skin and inject chemicals that cause an itching, burning sensation that can last anywhere from minutes to weeks. Despite this, nettles have long been held to be a potent, curative herb, and indeed it finds mention as one of the plants evoked in the 10th century "Nine Herbs Charm" which is said to protect from poison and illness. Within such mystical lore, it was also said that nettles were able to remove curses and spells, and otherwise protect from magic. Some also used nettles during exorcism rituals. They were also sometimes applied directly to the skin to intentionally induce the sting as a method of temporarily easing the pain of rheumatism, and it was also used of old in Germany for the treatment of Arthritis. In more modern use, it has been found in dandruff control shampoos, and is sometimes given to cattle with their feed to give them a glossier coat. Some people also use nettles in culinary practices, where it soaked to remove the stinging chemicals. It is said that when prepared in this way, it provides a taste similar to spinach. Among herbal lore it was also known as a remedy for stopping bleeding. Modern herbalists also use it in treating arthritis, anemia and hay fever. Some herbalists say that nettles can be of aid in treating kidney problems and pain. Some also put it to use in treating skin disorders, as well as coughs as it has demonstrated some expectorant qualities. Studies have shown as well that the extract from nettles being can be used in the treatment of prostate enlargement. Uses include tonic; highly nutritive; for anemia, skin disorders and allergies; restores health; expectorant; stops bleeding; removes spells/curses; protection; exorcism.
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~ Orange Peel Cut ~
Most often simply discarded, orange peel has quietly demonstrated a great many of uses that sadly go unnoticed. When powdered, it has demonstrated the ability to help improve skin, particularly when used in baths and other such washes. Orange peels have also seen a wide degree of use commercially in house hold cleaners, where they give rise to a great deal of the citrus fragrances that populate the market. Some herbalists have also shown that it is effective when applied to exposed skin in repelling pesky insects, and some have also used it in a puree that is poured into invasive anthills, to prevent ants from accessing the home. Further study has shown that orange peel is also a source of pectin, an indigestible carbohydrate that stimulates the growth of probiotic bacteria in the large intestine. These bacteria help prevent food-borne pathogens. Orange Peel has also been shown to aid in the prevention of indigestion, lower cholesterol, and help in the digestion of fatty foods. It has been studied as an anti-cancer agent, and supplementing with orange peel powder is a healthy way to increase Vitamin C intake, thus improving overall health in regards to the increased immunity to cold and flu that Vitamin C provides, as well as aiding digestion and preventing food-related illnesses.
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~ Passion Flower Cut ~
Having been quite popular in Victorian Times, Passion Flower is now cultivated widely in gardens for cosmetic purpose throughout the world. In India, it is known as the Rakhi Flower, named such after the festival of Rakhi, in which it is used, which celebrates the bond between brothers and sisters. Passion flower has also seen many years of use among the varied Native American tribes, but is particularly noted among the Aztecs. They used it as a tea for treating insomnia and hysteria, as well as epilepsy, valuing the flower`s ability to function as a sedative. They also valued the flower for its pain killing properties. In some lore Passion flower is also said to aid in seeking emotional balance, peace, and friendship. Some uses also prescribed it as an aid in achieving prosperity and heightening libido, functioning as an aphrodisiac and perhaps providing the flower with its name. Herbalists have found that Passion Flower can be used in calming muscle tension and twitching without effecting respiration or mental function. Because of this it can be used in treating anxiety and high blood pressure. It can also be put to use in treating pain that results from muscle tension as well as, in some cases, emotional turmoil. In Europe it is added to medications that are used to treat nerve disorders, heart palpitations, anxiety and high blood pressure. Unlike most mild sedatives, Passion Flower has also been show to be non-addictive. Uses include relieving nerve pain; for seizures/hysteria; restful sleep; calming and soothing; promotes emotional balance; peace; attract friendship and prosperity; heightens libido.
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~ Pau d'Arco Cut ~
This ancient plant has been held as popular among the Native Americans of South America, including the Incas, Aztecs, and Indio tribes of Brazil, and the other indigenous peoples of the South American Rain forests. Roughly translated from Portuguese, the name Pau D`Arco means "Bow Tree and it was indeed used for bows as well as numerous other tools. Natives also held that it was a potent cure for diseases, as well as a tonic for strength and well being, and in treating toothaches and backaches. European settlers observed and adapted these uses, with the usage slowly spreading until it can now be found in health food stores globally. As a health food supplement, it can be found to have antiviral qualities, as well as possessing the ability to strengthen the immune system, particularly after it has been weakened by disease. In this way, it is currently being tested in treating and aiding in the recovery from AIDS and cancer. Pau d`Arco has also long been a known treatment for Candida and other funguses a well as other skin disorders. Herbal lore has also shown that it was useful in treating polio and influenza, and maintains that it can be of use in treating arthritis, diabetes, liver disease, and venereal and rheumatic disorders. Can be used for fevers, colds, respiratory problems and can ease arthritic pain.
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~ Patchouli Leaf Cut ~
The heavy, strong scent of Patchouli (Pogostemon cablin in Latin) has been used in perfumes, incenses, and oils for hundreds of years, and is still popular today. Indeed, it is a component in more than half of the colognes sold for men. Today, it is also still an important ingredient in East Asian incense. All of this was perhaps born of the 18th and 19th centuries, when silk traders from China traveling to the Middle East packed silk cloth with dried patchouli to prevent moths from laying eggs in the cloth. This scented the cloth, and spread the popularity of the fragrance throughout the western world. Indeed, this is often considered the reason why Europeans of the era considered patchouli and luxurious scent; Queen Victoria was even said to have used patchouli in her linen chests for similar purposes. In herbal folklore in numerous Asian countries, including Japan and Malaysia, patchouli is considered an antidote for snake venom. In Chinese Medicine, it is also used in treating toothaches, colds, nausea, diarrhea, and abdominal pain. Traditions of metaphysical lore hold that Patchouli also contains magical properties, making it potent in reversing spells and the driving away of troublemakers. Some traditions hold that it can also be used in clairvoyance and other forms of divination, as well as spells involving passion, love and sex magic, and even spells designed to acquire money.
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~ Pennyroyal Leaf Cut ~
Also known as Mentha Pulegium in Latin, Pennyroyal Leaf can be found mentioned in herbals and other documentation by the other common names as Run-by-the-Ground, Look-in-the-ditch, and Pudding Grass. A common cooking herb among Greeks and Romans, it remained popular within culinary practices throughout the mid-ages. The famed writer Pliny listed Pennyroyal as quite conductive to good health, suggesting that it be hung in sleeping rooms. It has also been mentioned in literature of old as being able to purify water, making it drinkable. It was also said to purify blood, cleansing it of illness, and it was often taken with honey for this purpose. Old traditions hold it as being a valuable cure for headaches and giddiness, and prescribed that one wear it around one`s head for this. It was also given as an antidote for spasmodic, nervous, and hysterical conditions. In spiritual traditions, it draws on some of these properties to aid in protective and purification magic, and aid in exorcisms. Modern herbalists use it in another traditional sense, where it is taken to stimulate menstrual flow. In eras past this was used for the purpose of abortion, though this unregulated use was often dangerous and even life threatening to those who used it. Otherwise, it is also used for treating flatulence and gall ailments, and some herbalists still hold that it is a potent aid in treating lung disease, hepatitis, and gout. Uses include repels insects/calms itch; antiseptic; nausea; treat colds; stimulate menses; peace and tranquility; protection; exorcism; consecration rituals.
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~ Peppermint Leaf Cut ~
there is evidence of Peppermint Leaf (or Mentha piperita in Latin) being cultivated dating as far back as the Ancient Egyptians. The Romans too were known to have loved it, and through this it spread from Southern Europe throughout their vast empire. Medical interest in the leaf was first recorded by the Roman philosopher and writer Pliny, and other documentation dating back to works of the 14th century show it being used for medical purposes by the people of Iceland. By the time of the Elizabethan period, more than 40 ailments were reportedly remedied by mint. Today, however, it is most commonly used in herbal teas and capsules, though the leaf itself is occasionally chewed as a breath freshener. Old lore also holds that it is quite good for stimulating visionary dreams and psychic ability. Modern herbalists speak of it as an agent that aids in the elimination of foreign particles, and therefore digestion, and within this process can calm the stomach. It has also been shown to relax intestinal muscles, and reduce cramping. It can also be used as a natural relief to respiratory difficulties, and is said to reduce nausea and heartburn. Some herbalists also claim that it can improve bile production, and flow, as well as discourage the growth of harmful bacteria.
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~ Plantain Leaf Cut ~
Also known as Plantago lanceolata, Ripple Grass, Waybread, Snake Weed, Cuckoo`s Bread, and Englishman`s foot, Plantain Leaf is frequently freferred to in herbal texts as a plant of healing. Indeed, the famed philosopher Pliny the elder spoke of it as an herb capable of curing madness in dogs, and the theologian Erasmus wrote numerous fabled stories wherein plantain leaf was used as a cure for poison. This was perhaps due o the folk lore that held plantain leaf to be a potent balm in treating snakebites, and in the U.S this lore expanded to the belief that it was of particular use in treating the bite of the rattle snake. Among the Saxons, it was considered one of the nine sacred healing herbs which would aid you in achieving long life and good health. Other traditions also hold it to be particularly good in guarding against jealousy and envy, or otherwise using within healing and protective magic. Modern herbalists view plantain leaf in a goodly light, seeing it as a potent aid in treating burns and wounds, and as an anti-inflammatory. It is also aid to be quite useful in treating diarrhea and urinary conditions, as well as treating coughs, fevers, and similar cold-related conditions.
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~ Pomegranates ~
Native to Persia, Pomegranates have been cultivated throughout that region and the rest of the Mediterranean for several millennia. Indeed, wild groves of Pomegranate trees often mark the borders of ancient, abandoned settlements of the whole region. Carbonized remnants of the fruit have even been unearthed in ancient Bronze Age cities, with further tale of Pomegranates being popular among the ancient Egyptians. From the Mediterranean the fruit was spread to Asia via the Silk Road and sea trade, and in the years that followed it was similarly spread to Latin America with Spanish exploration. Most commonly, the fruit is applied to culinary purposes, wherein it is broken open, with the seeds being plucked out from the center and eaten whole and raw. The juice has also been quite popular in the Middle East, and has the trend emerging recently in the US and Canada. Metaphysical lore has long held that the pomegranate seeds are quite useful when used in divination, and the fruit is also said to be of great aid in spells seeking good luck, wealth, and fertility. Some cultures and traditions also use the fruit in methods where they seek to have their wishes brought to fruition. Modern herbalists see the pomegranate as possessing a great deal of Vitamin C and B, making it a popular source of these nutrients. It is also said to possess some value born of its antioxidant properties, and s said to help reduce the risk of heart disease, as well as possibly inhibiting some viral infections. Seeds used to increase fertility and skin for same. Divination, Luck, Wishes, Wealth, Fertility
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~ Raspberry Leaf Cut ~
While many hear the word Raspberry and think only of the famed berries, the leaves of the Raspberry plant (Rubus idaeus in Latin), have long been known to possess a great many virtues. With a high concentration of vitamins and minerals, the leaves are sometimes used in aiding pregnancy and delivery. With vitamins C and E present in large amounts, as well as A and B complex, the leaf is supposed to also aid the immune system of women a great deal, and facilitate healthy skin and bone development for babies. It also helps promote circulation, aiding the mother whose blood volume increases a great deal during pregnancy. Containing alkaloids, the leaves of the Raspberry plant are also supposed to help tone muscle, aiding the mother during the actual birthing process. Herbalists of old have also indicated that it can enrich mother`s milk, especially when the baby is going through a growth spurt. In metaphysical and occult traditions, Raspberry leaves are also often spoken of as having the ability to aid in producing visions of a divinatory nature, as well as aiding in spells of protection and love. Raspberry Leaf tea is still often held as a useful infusion to be employed as a gargle for sore mouths and throats. Some herbalists also hold that it can be used to treat throat ulcers, as well as a wash for wounds and ulcers in general. In other cases, herbalists have developed treatments that utilize raspberry leaf to treat stomach pain and discomfort. Uses include pregnancy/childbirth; kidneys; diarrhea; nausea/vomiting; calming; promotes sleep; visions; healing; protection; love.
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~ Red Rose Buds & Petals ~
Used by man throughout history, Red Rose Buds have seen numerous mentions in the texts of the ancients as well as more modern scholars. Horace and Pliny write of the fable that the deep crimson rose sprang from the blood of Adonis, a venerated god of the Greek Pantheon. Later, Romans used roses lavishly, strewing them upon floors and floating them in wine. Brides and Grooms were crowned with roses, as were the religious icons of Cupid, Venus and Bacchus. And from this, perhaps, was born the long standing association of these red buds with spells and rituals of love, happiness, and plenty, for which they are used often in many traditions to this day. Among the Romans, and in other cultures, the buds and petals were also scattered at the feet of the victors, making it a powerful symbol for overcoming obstacles and achieving one`s goals. Herbalists of the modern area sometimes use rose buds to treat headache and dizziness. Other applications have seen them used in the treatment of mouth sores, as well as a tonic that is said to be soothing for the heart and the nerves. Others still claim that using rose buds can be an effective treatment for menstrual cramps as well. Uses include headache. dizziness. mouth sores and menstrual cramps; heart/nerve tonic; attract love; beauty; clairvoyance; domestic peace/happiness; promotes joy of giving.
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~ Red Sandalwood Chips ~
Widely known for its fragrance, and the essential oil that it is used to produce, Red Sandalwood has been valued for centuries for the qualities it possessing for carving, medical, and spiritual purposes. Indeed, a wide variety of cultures use Red Sandalwood for their religious purposes. Hindu Priests make a past used to decorate icons and religious tools and then distribute it to devotees, who use it to mark their foreheads, neck and chest. Buddhists sometimes consider it akin to the lotus, and use it to transform desire and maintain alertness during meditation. They also use it as a popular offering to the Buddha. Within the Zoroastrian faith, sandalwood is offered to the three grades of fire, and use in this way as a most sacred offering. Priests within Zoroastrian temples often sell red sandalwood as one of their chief forms of income for this purpose. In modern spiritual practices, this has perhaps evolved to leave red sandalwood used often in rituals and spells of healing and purification. It is still often used in meditation, and is generally considered to enhance magical work in general. In the 1920`s and 1930`s, red sandalwood was quite popular in medicine. The oil was used for the treatment of fevers and indigestion, as well as an aid in healing bruises, and was used both externally and internally for these purposes. Modern study has also shown that red sandalwood has some antimicrobial properties, perhaps making it useful in preventing the growth of microbes. Red Sandalwood cannot be exported to Canada. Uses include bruises; indigestion; fever; clairvoyance; healing;protection; purification; spirituality; meditation; sacred rituals; magickal work; stimulate sex.
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~ Red Sandalwood Powder ~
Sandalwood has been used throughout the ages for numerous spiritual matters. In its powdered form, Sandalwood provides all of the same desired effects but perhaps with a greater ease of use. Powdered, it is often much easier to use in creating a mixed into a paste to mark icons and the body during rituals of religious devotion, a practice that is common to those of Hindu faith. Others, particularly among Buddhists, also use it to burn on charcoal as incense that aids in transforming desires and finding an inner peace while maintaining alertness in meditation. In neo-pagan traditions, Sandalwood powder has also been applied as a component added can be added to ritual washes and baths, or burned as incense during rituals and spells of purification and healing. In the 1920`s and 1930`s, sandalwood was quite popular in medicine. The oil was used for the treatment of fevers and indigestion, as well as an aid in healing bruises, and was used both externally and internally for these purposes. Modern study has also shown that sandalwood has some antimicrobial properties, perhaps making it useful in preventing the growth of microbes. Red Sandalwood cannot be expored to Canada. Uses include bruises; indigestion; fever; clairvoyance; healing;protection; purification; spirituality; meditation; sacred rituals; magickal work; stimulate sex.
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~ Rosemary Leaf Whole ~
This hearty herb, Rosmarinus officinalis, is native to the Mediterranean region has been cultivated and used in culinary and medicinal properties for centuries. Primarily grown for the kitchen, it has also even seen use in helping to prevent erosion in landscaping as well as a topiary plant that can be sculpted easily to please the eye. In cooking, it possesses somewhat of a strong, bitter taste and is used to add to the taste of many traditional dishes, as well as in an ingredient for herbal tea. Of old, it was also famously used for "hungry Water," in the treatment of the Queen of Hungry, and as such was said to revitalize paralyzed limbs as well as treat gout. Rosemary has also had an ancient reputation for improving memory. As such, it is frequently used as a symbol for remembrance in weddings, war commemorations, and in some cases funerals. In the mid ages it was in weddings as a headpiece for the bridge, while the groom and their wedding`s guests would wear rosemary sprigs, each representing charms of love. Newlywed couples were also to plant a branch on their wedding day, and if it grew healthily it was to be a good omen. Another common practice of old was to tap one you desired with a rosemary branch, and if it were to blossom you and your desired partner would fall in love. Others still used rosemary leaves to stuff cloth dolls, and in this manner cure illness or attract a lover. Rosemary gardens were also aid to ward away the curses and evil spells of others during the mid-ages. In more modern studies Rosemary has been shown to actually improve memory, though studies also showed recall in these cases to be somewhat slower. Some herbalists also proscribe it to help lower the risk of strokes and neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer`s and Lou Gehrig`s Disease. Uses include circulatory; digestive and nerve stimulant; memory; headache; depression; halitosis; protection; exorcism; healing; purification; love stimulator.
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~ Sage Leaf Cut ~
Common to household herb gardens, Sage (or Salvia officinalis) is often used as a kitchen spice for culinary purposes, but throughout the age has also seen use for its medicinal properties. Indeed, of old it was often highly regarded for these properties, with common sayings such as "Why should a man die whilst sage grows in his garden?" testifying to the beliefs held by every village herbalist and doctor of old. Some also held that it was of great aid in achieving prosperity for businesses, as well as having properties that would aid in mitigating the grief of both mind and body. Sometimes used as a tea for these purposes, the leaves were collected annually for this in many Mediterranean regions. Some cultures also burn sage, seeing the smoke as sacred and having the powers of protection, healing, and prosperity, with the potential to aid in achieving wisdom. It was also sometimes used in the sacred rituals of Native Americans, though they tended to prefer white sage. Herbalists also sometimes apply Sage Leaf to medicinal purposes, using it in a wash for complications of the mouth, such as bleeding gums, or a gargle for sore throats. Sage leaf has also been used in the treatment of colds and fevers, healing wounds and easing joint pain, and even in aiding with digestion. Some have also suggested that Sage Leaf can be of use in treating depression. Uses include tonic; antiperspirant; wounds; digestion; muscle/joint pain; gargle; colds/fever; preservative; wisdom; money; healing; longevity; protection; sacred ritual.
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~ Scullcap Cut ~
Known commonly in some circles as mad-dog skullcap, Scutellaria laterifolia, or Madweed, Scullcap was popularized among early Americans. Among them, it received these nicknames from the fact that it was widely considered a surefire cure for rabies, or hydrophobia as it is sometimes called. It is this purpose for which it is most widely known, though Scullcap has also seen common use as a sedative and a tranquilizer. Because of these qualities, it can now commonly be found in alternative smoke blends, where the sedative properties aid those who are seeking relaxation and peaceful contemplation. Some spiritual practices have also associated Scullcap with ritual and spells involving everlasting fidelity and commitment. While Scullcap`s use in treating hydrophobia (rabies) is still up to some debate, some herbalists have also found other medicinal uses for the herb. These use it commonly in the treatment of hysteria and convulsions, as well as in cases of rickets. In general, many herbalists apply it to all disorders of the nervous system, and suggest it as a remedy specifically for epilepsy. They also utilize it in easing nervous tension or helping those with insomnia get to sleep. There is also some experimentation in using scullcap to aid in lessening the withdrawal symptoms that come with substance abuse. Uses include tranquilizer/insomnia sedative; nervous tension; drug/alcohol withdrawal; pms; ensure everlasting fidelity and commitment; alleviates anxiety; relaxation/peace.
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~ Solomon's Seal Root Cut ~
A relative Lily of the Valley, Solomon`s Seal (or Polygonatum biflorum) is popular in gardens, and is native to Northern Europe and Siberia. It gets its name from the fact that when the root is cut traversely, markings can be observed within the fibers that somewhat resemble Hebrew script. This resulted in the rise of folklore that believed that King Solomon himself observed the value of this root to man and medicine, and so set his seal to it as testimony to its value. The root was indeed also applied to medicinal purposes, and was used often as a treatment for consumption (known today as tuberculosis). In spiritual traditions, the root is sometime associated with having properties similar to actual magical seals for the purposes of spells and rituals, and as such is often used for love potions, protective magic, and other such traditions. Herbalist traditions find Solomon`s Seal Root useful as a tonic for aiding with digestive issues, including inflammation of the stomach and bowels, and even dysentery. The root is also sometimes powdered and used in a poultice that is used for aiding in the treatment of bruises, piles, general inflammation, as well as cuts and sores. Love potions, astringent, demulcent, and tonic. laxative and restorative, and is good in inflammations of the stomach, indigestion, profuse menstruation, lung ailments, general debility, fade bruises, also applied to cuts and sores.
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~ Sulfur Powder (Brimstone) ~
Sulfur Powder has been known in its natural form since the 6th century BC among in China. With the evolution of traditional Chinese Medicine, Chinese Taoists began to experiment in using it in their treatments and understanding of the world. Reference was also found from a later Song Dynasty Military Treatise, which speaks of many different formulas in which Sulfur Powder was used to create Black Powder which was in turned used in warfare. In Europe, Sulfur was valued highly enough to be given its own Alchemical Symbol, consisting of a triangle at the top of a cross. It was also well known as Brimstone, a word derived from biblical texts, and was often associated with damnation and hell. Spiritual traditions exist around Sulfur as well, depicting it as a powerful aid in preventing hexes or destroying an enemy`s power over you. Herbalists and folk lore predating modern science holds sulfur powder to be a potent medical skin treatment. For this purpose it was usually used in the creation of a cream which was intended to alleviate psoriasis, eczema, and acne. Dispels or prevents a hex on you; destroys an enemy's power over you.
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~ Tonka Bean Whole ~
With an appearance that is black and wrinkled, and somewhat resembling a prune, Tonka Beans, or Dipteryx odorata, are actually the seed pods of a South American Tree. They are widely recognized for their sweet, vanilla-smelling fragrance that reminds some, somewhat, of the earth scent of hay. This smell actually comes from the chemical coumarin that forms naturally within the seeds, and can sometimes be observed in what appears to be a white sand or powder upon them. This fermented chemical was long used as an alternative to actual vanilla in perfumes, as well as in a flavoring for tobacco. It was also used sometimes as an addition to foods, particularly in French dishes, though the United States Food and Drug Administration now prohibits its use in culinary practices; coumarin is an anticoagulant, and can keep blood from clotting. In a large enough doses it is potentially lethal. Folk lore and spiritual traditions, particularly among those who practice Voodoo, hold that the Tonka Beans can be quite useful however in love magic, helping to attract the one that you love. It is also said to be of great use in money spells, seeking to attract love. Others sometimes see it as useful in building courage, and within these purposes it is still sometime used as a flavor additive to South American Pipe Tobacco. Stimulates, reduces fever, thins blood, aids digestion, supports heart, promotes perspiration, calms coughs, reduces inflammation
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~ Thyme Leaf Whole ~
Thyme has a long history of being used by man in everything from cooking practices to ancient, sacred rites. In Ancient Greece, it was used in baths or burned as incense in temples, and it was believed to be a powerful source of courage. Egyptians used it as well, frequently employing it in their embalming rites. Among the later Romans, it was also used to purify rooms and even flavor cheese. Later still, in the mid ages, traditions held that thyme be placed beneath pillows to help some fall to sleep and ward off nightmares. Women also gave it to knights, clinging to the ancient belief that the leaves could provide courage. It was also used in funerary rites of the time, and was laid upon coffins to aid in the passage to the next life. Today, however, it is slipped away from most of these spiritual practices, and is most commonly found as a basic ingredient in a wide range of cultural dishes. Modern herbalists find that thyme leaves and oil contain a large volume of a chemical that can be used widely as an antiseptic. Indeed, this chemical is the main active ingredient in the popular mouthwash Listerine. Prior to antibiotics, Thyme was sometimes used to medicate bandages. It was also used for the treatment of coughs and bronchitis and other respiratory infections, and in this case was used as a gargle, salve, or syrup. Aphrodisiac, Thymol, its active ingredient, helps loosen phlegm, combats bronchial spasms, and discourages growth of bacteria. antiseptic. Thyme enters into the formula for Herb Tobacco, and employed in this form is good for digestion, headache and drowsiness. It is also used for embalming corpses. To preserve linen from insects. The oil is valuable as a local application to neuralgic and rheumatic pains; and, internally, to fulfil any of the indications for which the plant is used.'
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~ Valerian Root Cut ~
Sometimes referred to as All-Heal, Valerian Root, or Valeriana officinalis in Latin, is native to Europe and parts of Asia, and has been introduced to North American soils. Among the ancient Greeks and Romans, it was treated as a medicinal herb of great virtue, with much mention by the esteemed physicians Hippocrates and Galen, whose works have formed the foundation for much of modern medicine. Some lore also holds that it is quite useful in rites of purification and protection, particularly when seeking to ward against the magic of your enemies. Indeed, in Sweden it was tradition for Valerian Root to be placed in the clothing of the Groom, to ward off the evil attentions of envious Elves. Among modern herbalists Valerian Root is a popular sleep aid and dietary supplement. It is often used in treating sleeping disorders, restlessness, and anxiety and even as a muscle relaxant. Though it often takes weeks to fully being working, immediate beneficial effects are sometimes observed. Some herbalists also use it in treating digestive issues, ranging from stomach pain to irritable bowel syndrome. Though it is most frequently used as a sedative, some studies have also shown that it can sometimes stimulate those who are fatigue, and possible night terrors among those who do not digest it well. Uses include calms nerves; sleep aid; treats spasmodic/nervous conditions; reduces blood pressure; love; harmony; purification; protection; black magick.
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~ Vervain Cut ~
Actually the common name for the genus of Verbena, Vervain has long been known in herbalism and folk medicine, perhaps most commonly as an herbal tea. In Ancient Egypt it was known as Tears of Isis, and in Greece it was referred to as "Juno`s Tears," both referring to the divine qualities that it was believed to have. The Romans used it as well, often placing it on altars of Jupiter in sacrifice, and considered it among the most potent of sacrificial herbs. Early Christian lore also spoke of Vervain being applied to the wounds of Jesus after he was removed from the cross, and from this medieval lore also speaks of it being referred to as Holy Herb or Devil`s Bane. Some traditions also hold that it offers powerful protection against vampires, and other evil spirits, and it sees this use frequently still in some parts of Italy. When introduced to North America, the Native American Pawnee took it up and found use for it in reaching religious states as well as using it to better fathom their dreams. Medicinally, Vervain was at one point considered to be a great treatment for up to 30 different ailments. Today, most herbalists simply believe it to be good for fevers and ulcers, with some also thinking it an aid in treating pleurisy and other such ailments. Others still have used it in creating poultices, particularly for the treatment of headaches and rheumatism. Uses include minor pains/inflammation (headache, toothache, arthritis); restful sleep; calming; protection; purification; divination; consecration; love potions; creativity.
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~ White Sage ~
Also known as Salvia Alpine, Bee Sage, or Sacred Sage, white sage has a long history of being revered for medicinal practices, and has long been viewed as possessing many virtues believed to aid in maintaining general well being. It is perhaps better known though for the spiritual practices that revolve around it, particularly the spiritual art of smudging. In this practice, white sage is usually the preferred herb used to bundle up into a long stick or wand. One end is then lit to smolder slowly, as the smudging stick is then used in ceremonial offering, or in rituals of cleansing, purification, and protection. This tradition, born of Native American beliefs, is said to keep away evil spirits and negative energies, and has been adapted to the practices of many neopagan traditions. Within these practices, the uses often extend to seeking prosperity, fertility and longevity, and are sometimes used in rituals of money drawing, banishing, or consecration. Herbalists often speak of the medicinal properties that White Sage possesses aiding in decreasing sweating and salivation. It is also said to aid in ailments of the nose and throat and lungs by decreasing the mucus secretions of the sinuses. It is sometimes also used in a cold tea as a tonic for stomach ailments, or in look warm tea for soothing away the pain of a sore throat. The leaves of white sage have also been said to be of great use for treating heavy menstruation, though it should be noted that this can sometimes decrease lactation. Use as an incense, for smudging or for purification.
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~ White Willow Bark ~
Used for thousands of years, White Willow (or Salix alba in Latin) bark has long been recognized as a powerful aid in medical treatments and mystical ritual. The ancient physician Hippocrates, who wrote in 400 BC, even spoke of chewing it to reduce fever and inflammation. Its use extended into China and ancient Egypt and Assyria, as well where its healing properties were also recognized for centuries, often as an aid against all varieties of aches and pains. In the mid ages it was applied to fever as well. In many mystic and spiritual traditions, it is also associated with the moon, and trying to bring the moon`s blessings into your life. In this it has also been applied to spells of healing and binding. Today, White Willow bark is primarily used in the treatment of pain. It actually contains salica, which was used in the 1800s to develop aspirin, and numerous other compounds believed to aid in treating similar issues as Aspirin, such as headaches, fever, and inflammation. While slower to act than taking an aspirin, its effects seem to last longer. Some herbalists also claim that White Willow bark can be used for its antiseptic qualities, and even immune boosting properties.
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~ Wild Lettuce Leaf ~
Often found written of under the Latin name of Lactuca Virosa, as well as the names Bitter Letuce and Opium Lettuce, Wild Lettuce Leaf was widely used in the 19th century among many doctors as a sedative when opium could not. It also experienced a resurgence of popularity in the 1970s, where it was widely used recreationally for those psychotropic properties it possesses that are similar to opium, despite the fact that the leaf contains no opiates. The greens are also sometime harvested and added to salads, with the leaves having a somewhat more bitter taste. Wild Lettuce Leaf was also often used among Native Americans as part of rituals, where it helped to achieve visions and trance states, as well as aided in more vivid dreams. Medicinally, many herbalists still prescribe it as an anesthetic and sleep aid. The oils extracted from the leaf are sometimes used in a tea to aid in sleep, with other drinks sometimes being fashioned for this purpose by soaking the leaves in alcohol. Recreationally, wild lettuce leaf is also quite popular in alternative smoking blends, where the psychotropic and sedative qualities help the smoker relax.
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~ White Willow Bark Cut ~
Used for thousands of years, White Willow (or Salix alba in Latin) bark has long been recognized as a powerful aid in medical treatments and mystical ritual. The ancient physician Hippocrates, who wrote in 400 BC, even spoke of chewing it to reduce fever and inflammation. Its use extended into China and ancient Egypt and Assyria, as well where its healing properties were also recognized for centuries, often as an aid against all varieties of aches and pains. In the mid ages it was applied to fever as well. In many mystic and spiritual traditions, it is also associated with the moon, and trying to bring the moon`s blessings into your life. In this it has also been applied to spells of healing and binding. Today, White Willow bark is primarily used in the treatment of pain. It actually contains salica, which was used in the 1800s to develop aspirin, and numerous other compounds believed to aid in treating similar issues as Aspirin, such as headaches, fever, and inflammation. While slower to act than taking an aspirin, its effects seem to last longer. Some herbalists also claim that White Willow bark can be used for its antiseptic qualities, and even immune boosting properties. Moon, Water, Healing, Binding, Bring Blessings of the moon into one’s life.
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~ Witch Hazel Leaf Cut ~
Native to the Atlantic and North America, and cultivated in Europe and Asia, Witchhazel, or Hamamelis virginiana, saw a great deal of use medicinally among Native Americans. They believed it to be of use in a general tonic, brewed as a tea and used for treating anything from cuts to colds, from heavy menstruation to tumors. Indeed, they also frequently used the wood of the plant for other purposes; the name Witch hazel itself comes from the Anglo-Saxon word wych, meaning flexible, and was applied to the plant after observation of the Native Americans using it to make their bows. In modern use, Witch hazel leaf is still viewed by many herbalists as possessing a wide array of beneficial properties. It is still proscribed commonly for relieving diarrhea and varicose veins, and inflammation of the mouth and throat. Most commonly though, its uses are topical, and include the relief of aching feet, wounds, burns (including sunburn, windburn, and other such environmental damage), the effects of poison ivy and even insect bites.
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~ Witches Grass Cut ~
Grass, Panic Grass, Tickle Grass, and Tumble Grass, Witches Grass is actually related to the famed tumble weed. Native to North America, it is considered among many to be an invasive weed that grows in sandy or gravelly terrain, in dry conditions, and can reach a height of 1 to 3 feet tall, and possesses very few branches. This leaves it sometimes sprouting from patios and driveways and other such inconvenient places. Outside of this reputation of being somewhat of a nuisance, Witches Grass has also long had a reputation for possessing spiritual properties. In mystic and occult traditions, Witches Grass is often seen to be an herb related to the sign of Jupiter, and is therefore often used in rituals either as a representation of Jupiter or in seeking to achieve some of the sign`s powers. Often this results in the plant being used in spells that are seeking happiness, better luck, or some other manner of aid in overcoming your obstacles. Because of the authority of Jupiter, Witches Grass is also sometimes used in aiding exorcisms. Jupiter; Happiness, Luck, Exorcism.
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~ Woodruff Cut ~
Native to Europe, North Africa and Asia, Woodruff has been called by the other names of Galium odoratum, Sweet Woodruff and Wild Baby`s Breath. In German it has also been known as Waldmeister, which translates roughly into "Master of the woods." The herb is widely known for its strong, sweet scent that is actually derived from the chemical coumarin as it is produced in the herb, and grows stronger as it wilts, persisting after it is dried. Because of this, it is often used in potpourri and other such products. Of old, it was also used to flavor numerous products in Germany, such as May Wine, beer, brandy, sausages, jelly, jam and even ice cream. It is also sometimes used in spiritual traditions as an herb that possesses powers of healing. Today it is most of often known in folk recipes and herbal traditions, where it is best known as an herb that can keep insects away, particularly in the preservation of linens where its sweet smell becomes imbued in the fabrics. Some herbalists also use to produce an herbal tea which is said to possess mild sedative properties. It should be noted however that the herb has been banned in Germany since 1981 for use in drinks and food, as some studies have shown it to possess a degree of toxicity when imbibed in large amounts. Cuts and wounds said to have a healing effect, a cordial and stomachic. It is also said to be useful for removing biliary obstructions of the liver, kept among linen to keep away insects.
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~ Wormwood Cut ~
Commonly found in herbal texts and other documentation as Artemisia absinthium, or more commonly as absinthe wormwood, Wormwood is native to temperate Eurasia and Africa. In these locals it has seen a long history of use in keeping away pests and insect larvae, and has been used indoors as a repellant for fleas and moths. More famously, it has also been used in flavoring the notorious liquor called Absinthe, as well some other well known liquor such as bitters, vermouth and other, less well known wine and spirits. In the mid ages it was used to spice mead, and gets its name from this time as it was used in a common medieval cure for intestinal worms. Today many herbalists know it as an aid for treating gastric pain and indigestion. It has also seen use as an antiseptic or in the treatment of fevers, where it is said to help reduce them. Some have even used it in teas for aiding with the labor pains of pregnant women. The oil of wormwood has also been used to improve circulation, and has long been prescribed by some herbalists as a general treatment for the ailments of the circulatory system. Caution - use small doses. Uses include stomach disorders; liver/cardiac stimulant; expells intestinal worms; banish anger/negativity; divination; protection; exorcism; black arts.
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~ White Sage ~
white sage has a long history of being revered for medicinal practices, and has long been viewed as possessing many virtues believed to aid in maintaining general well being. It is perhaps better known though for the spiritual practices that revolve around it, particularly the spiritual art of smudging. In this practice, white sage is usually the preferred herb used to bundle up into a long stick or wand. One end is then lit to smolder slowly, as the smudging stick is then used in ceremonial offering, or in rituals of cleansing, purification, and protection. This tradition, born of Native American beliefs, is said to keep away evil spirits and negative energies, and has been adapted to the practices of many neopagan traditions. Within these practices, the uses often extend to seeking prosperity, fertility and longevity, and are sometimes used in rituals of money drawing, banishing, or consecration. Herbalists often speak of the medicinal properties that White Sage possesses aiding in decreasing sweating and salivation. It is also said to aid in ailments of the nose and throat and lungs by decreasing the mucus secretions of the sinuses. It is sometimes also used in a cold tea as a tonic for stomach ailments, or in look warm tea for soothing away the pain of a sore throat. The leaves of white sage have also been said to be of great use for treating heavy menstruation, though it should be noted that this can sometimes decrease lactation. Use as an incense, for smudging or for purification.
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~ Wishing Bean Whole ~
Wishing beans have a long and storied history in folk lore and magical traditions. In everything from medieval fairy tales to modern Santeria and Voodoo, beans were often spoken of in a magical light, providing everything from vast magical beanstalks that reach into the heavens to the power to grant wishes. This ability to grant wishes is perhaps the most famous (and perhaps notorious!) of the beans` magical powers. In lore they are often spoken of as having the ability to grant you that which you desire, though sometimes not exactly as you imagined it. This is particularly true in the case of love, where they can be used to win the one you desire but also sometimes simply steer your life in a direction where a better love might be found. One of the popular uses in lore and magical traditions is to take the bean and plant it in the soil, focusing on your wish and that which you desire as you dig a small hole. As the bean is placed within the soil, you speak that which you desire and then focus upon it with all of your will as you fill in the hole. In this way the seed of your desire is placed into the earth. As with all growing things you must then nurture it for it to grow, working to help your wish come true even as the magic helps align the world to make it so. Another popular method of use is to simply keep it in a gris gris, or mojo bag. In this case it functions as a powerful magical charm for you to focus on whenever you think of that which you desire, helping your wish to come true.
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~ Xanthan Gum ~
Created during the fermentation process of glucose or sucrose, Xanthan Gum is an interesting byproduct that has become most commonly used to increase the viscosity of liquid. In other words, it is a great thickener for your liquid blends. Within the commercial industry it is often found in salad dressing and sauces; xanthan gum is what allows the liquid to pour after it has been shaken and then grow more solid once it settles on your plate or in the bottle. It is also used to create textures in ice cream and within gluten-free baking to make gluten-free dough easier to work in the same fashion as wheat based flours. The cosmetics industry has also picked up on the use of Xanthan Gum, using very small amounts to help ensure that ingredients do not separate. Within spiritual and herbal practices, this translates into a very useful tool for creating your own formulas, scents, lotions, and bath washes. A small amount of xanthan gum powder can help bind ingredients together and keep them from separating once you place them in the pantry or your bath`s shelves.
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~ Yarrow Flower ~
Widely believed to possess mystical and medicinal properties in folklore, Yellowdock root is frequently viewed as possessing the power to reap great benefits upon those who use it. In mystical tradition, it is often believed that Yellowdock Root can be of great use for businesses and personal finances, and is often employed in ritual use to draw money into your personal or business life, and attract customers to a business front. When employed this way, the root is often boiled and brewed like a tea before being used in a manner quite similar to a floor wash. Other traditions hold the root to be of great aid in love spells, where it can be used as part of a wash or woven into a doll used to help attract the affection of the one that you desire. In medicinal lore, Yellowdock has been held to be a blood purifier for some time. Within this belief, many herbalists use it in treating rheumatism, blood diseases, and chronic diseases of the skin such as psoriasis and eczema. Herbalists also frequently use it in preventing anemia or in regulating hormones. Some reports have been made as well of it being used in such extreme cases as the treatment of the bleeding of the lungs. Some study has also shown that the root can be used as a laxative, or even in eliminating intestinal parasites from the digestive system.
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~ Yellowdock Root Cut ~
Widely believed to possess mystical and medicinal properties in folklore, Yellowdock root is frequently viewed as possessing the power to reap great benefits upon those who use it. In mystical tradition, it is often believed that Yellowdock Root can be of great use for businesses and personal finances, and is often employed in ritual use to draw money into your personal or business life, and attract customers to a business front. When employed this way, the root is often boiled and brewed like a tea before being used in a manner quite similar to a floor wash. Other traditions hold the root to be of great aid in love spells, where it can be used as part of a wash or woven into a doll used to help attract the affection of the one that you desire. In medicinal lore, Yellowdock has been held to be a blood purifier for some time. Within this belief, many herbalists use it in treating rheumatism, blood diseases, and chronic diseases of the skin such as psoriasis and eczema. Herbalists also frequently use it in preventing anemia or in regulating hormones. Some reports have been made as well of it being used in such extreme cases as the treatment of the bleeding of the lungs. Some study has also shown that the root can be used as a laxative, or even in eliminating intestinal parasites from the digestive system.
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~ Yerba Mate Green Cut ~
Yerba Mate, or Ilex Paraguariensis, is hugely popular in South America, particularly Argentina, where many consider no day complete without a serving of Yerba Mate. There, it is served in a manner much like coffee or tea, and is steeped in hot water during the cold months while sometimes added to another drink, such as lemonade, during the warmer seasons. Indeed, a ritual of sorts has become quite associated with its drinking, where the host or provider brews the drink in a gourd for everyone who has gathered. Each person finishes the gourd, and returns it to the brewer who then passes it down the circle, clockwise. Once everyone has drunk, it begins again until all have had enough. In other cases, people simple gather to drink Yerba Mate in a fashion quite similar to American coffee shops. Yerba Mate, when brewed, has been shown to contain caffeine along with other stimulants that can also be found in coffee and chocolate. Despite this, though it has not been chemically proven, many insist that it provides the energy boost and other such positive effects of caffeine without the negative, functioning somewhat as an energy drink without the drawbacks.. Many believe that despite the increased energy and willful wakefulness, one can still find sleep at will. Some studies have also shown Yerba mate to possess nutritional value akin to Green Tea, with the ability to stimulate the immune system and provide nutrients and antioxidants to the body.
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~ Yohimbe Bark Powder ~
Coming from an evergreen tree in West Africa, Yohimbe Bark is a traditional treatment that dates back centuries among the indigenous peoples there. There, traditions hold that the bark is of great use in treating fever and coughs, and even leprosy, but lore most frequently holds that the bark is best used in increasing virility in men, and functioning as an aphrodisiac. From these traditions the use has spread, reaching into modern medicine. Indeed, 50 years before the modern drugs that you now see advertisements for throughout the US and other countries, Yohimbre bark extracts were being used in treating sexual problems for both men and women. Today, modern herbalists use it most commonly for this purpose, particularly in increasing libido and aiding men who have erectile dysfunction. Some herbalists also use the bark as a supplement for weight loss, claiming that it can aid in losing weight though some scientific studies have disputed this. Yohimbe bark powder is also believed by some herbalists and lore to aid in relieving depression.
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~ Yucca Root ~
This versatile root has long been grown and cultivated for its many beneficial properties. Natives have often viewed it as a great medicinal aid in treating irritation, pain and discomfort of the joints and skin. Some have also even used it to create soap. When peeled and cooked, the Yucca Root has also been used in culinary practices where it is cooked in a fashion much like a potato, or is used to thicken soup and stews. It has also seen use in being ground into flour, which has resulted in recent use as a replacement for wheat for those with wheat allergies. Herbalists today find the Yucca Root useful in treating inflammation, such as in arthritis, rheumatism, bursitis, colitis, and other such ailments. Possessing a high content of vitamins, including vitamins A, B and C, as well as the minerals potassium, calcium, phosphorus, iron, manganese and copper, Yucca can also be found used a as health food supplement. This is particularly true among herbalists who sometimes prescribe it as an aid for bones, joints and muscles as the particular blend for minerals and vitamins makes for a potent aid to the structural systems of the body. This is a 1 oz packet of cut Yucca Root.
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