Astrological & Elemental Correspondences of Herbs
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Jasmine is a favorite plant in the home due to its pleasant aroma. It is used in fragrances, soaps and in a large number of cosmetic products. Jasmine’s powerful scent directly affects our emotional centers, making it an excellent choice for use in love rituals. It is an attractive shrub with yellow flowers and evergreen foliage, which can reach up to 13 feet in height. It grows many branches and it is covered by a smooth, brown-yellowish bark.
Marjoram grows up to 2 feet tall, and has small, oval, pointed leaves with very aromatic and tiny pink flowers. The leaves and flowering tops are commonly used, especially in infusions. Herbalists indicate it especially to alleviate digestive problems, abdominal pains and to relieve gastrointestinal spasms and gases, especially when caused by a state of nerves. Marjoram is indeed an excellent plant to calm the nerves, and it is recommended to reduce tension in episodes of anxiety and to...
Dill is used for pickling, as well as seasoning fish and other fine dishes, due to its unique smell and taste. The leaves have a distinctive green color and are adorned with yellow flowers and small fruits. Dill has many medicinal properties but it is best known for reducing dyspepsia and gas, hence its name meaning soothing herb. Dill (Anethum graveolens) is a visually attractive plant, with a thin long stem branched at the tip. It is an easy plant to cultivate since it grows easily in....
Comfrey has been known since ancient times due to its ability to treat breaks and injuries in muscles and bones. It has also been used to create tinctures to be used as a healing agents, for analgesic or respiratory diseases, among others. Comfrey Correspondences Click the pin to download this page and add it to your book of shadows!
Borage brings courage and joy. With its beautiful bluish star-shaped flowers, borage has been used to provide courage, dispel melancholy and eradicate bad moods since ancient Greece. These flowers were associated with valor, bravery, courage, strength, and protection. The infusion of borage (both flowers and leaves) was traditionally drunk during an initiation or before battle. It was also widely used as a condiment in salads.
Due to its white and early flowers, the almond tree is considered a symbol of the rebirth of nature, as well as of fragility and sweetness. In the flowering season it is often cultivated as an ornamental tree. Its wood, reddish and very hard, is used for the manufacture of fine sheets. The seeds also provide milk and oil, the latter being used in perfumery, medicine and for the manufacture of soaps.
The roots go through a process of maceration, crushing and dehydration in order to be prepared in infusions and magickal teas but also to be converted into capsules that are already commonly found in health food stores and pharmacies. It is one of the most effective medicinal herbs for treating nervous problems such as anxiety or severe stress, as it has calming effects. During World War II, it was drank it in large quantities to calm the nervousness caused by the bombings.
In addition to being delicious, blackberries have many traditional uses in medicine, and a few spiritual and magickal uses as well. Spiritual Uses of Blackberry Blackberry leaves can be used in sachets and spell jars for protection and prosperity. Blackberries are considered sacred to some deities of Europe, and they can be used in offerings, especially to Goddess Brigid. A blackberry bush forming a natural arch is considered a good omen and a great aid to magickal healing. Over time...
Placing small twigs of flowering heather in the bedroom or at the entrance of the house will promote love among its residents, and protect the home from envy and other external influences. In sachets placed under the pillow or near the bed of children or adults, it keeps away night terrors and protects the younger ones from bad dreams. This plant used in protection spells. Dried heather flowers can be put in small pouches and carried around to protect you from... Click: Heather In Witchcraft
In Roman times, pepper became the most important spice. The cities of Alexandria, Genoa and Venice owe their economic success to pepper. It was one of the first items marketed in Asia and Europe. In the Middle Ages, Europeans used to use pepper to pay rent, dowries, and taxes, and Shakespeare mentions pepper in his plays. The need for pepper inspired the exploration and trade of Spanish spices in the 15th century. Witch uses of Pepper | Black Pepper Uses Witchcraft | Magic Uses of Pepper
Coffee is not only one of the preferred beverages around the world, its many properties make it popular in health and beauty products and also in religious practices and contemporary Witchcraft. There are over 75 known species of coffee. But most of the world’s coffee production comes from the Coffea Arabica species Being a fruit that strongly connects with mother earth, its energetic properties stimulate physical and mental performance, clear blockages, stimulate pleasant emotions and...
With an impressive height, Angelica is one of the tallest plants in the Umbelliferae (Apiaceae) family, growing vigorously up to seven feet in height to spread its large seeds in the air. The Latin name Angelica archangelica comes from the story of a seventeenth century French monk. This monk said that he had a dream where the Archangel Michael, the healing Angel, told him about the power of this plant against the plague that was devastating the European population...
It is a highly toxic plant, it can cause death if it is ingested directly, and it has activity through the skin, so it is unwise to handle its leaves, fruits and, above all, its roots. The ancient inhabitants of Africa believed that it had healing properties and therefore they used it to wash their hands and feet. The fame of mandrake is also linked to the Hebrew tradition, where the root of this plant was used as a powerful fertilizer. It is mentioned in the Old Testament...
Used in attraction and animal Magick, Catnip is often used in love rituals, since it is considered as a magnet for good energies. Native to Europe, Asia and Africa, it was brought to North America by settlers. According to popular tradition, you will always find felines where this plant grows. Its strong mint scent attracts cats, hence its common name.
Witch hazel is prized for the color of its flowers that often appear among the snow-covered branches and which are highly fragrant. In temperate zones it is considered one of the main flowering shrubs during winter. The name witch hazel refers to the twigs rather than to what we now think of as witches. The Old English word ‘wice’ meant pliant and bendable. The hazel part comes from its leaves likeness to the hazelnut tree as they are both broadly oval shaped and scalloped.
Witch hazel is prized for the color of its flowers that often appear among the snow-covered branches and which are highly fragrant. In temperate zones it is considered one of the main flowering shrubs during winter. This winter flower also has healing and magical properties. Various American tribes were well aware of its medicinal properties in addition to some early settlers using it for dowsing, the practice of detecting resources. Correspondences of Witch Hazel
Oregano has countless uses in Magic, but above all, it is used for crafting love spells, since this herb is associated with Aphrodite and is ruled by the planet Venus. Not only it can be used for love but also to enhance our intuition and psychic powers, to protect our home and our animals, bringing harmony and peace to the home. Another traditional use is to burn some sprigs of dried oregano when a loved one passes away, or to palce it on their grave.
Oregano has countless uses in Magic, but above all, it is used for crafting love spells, since this herb is associated with Aphrodite and is ruled by the planet Venus. Not only it can be used for love but also to enhance our intuition and psychic powers, to protect our home and our animals, bringing harmony and peace to the home.
Print this Rose grimoire page for your Book of Shadows. Learn about the properties of Rose, magical uses of roses in witchcraft and easy love spells with roses. Roses are great for gratitude and love magic (white magic). Get this printable grimoire page clicking the image. #MagicalUsesOfRoses #PrintableGrimoirePage #RoseGrimoirePage #RoseBookofShadows
Rose oil or essence of roses can also be a practical ingredient when working with love rituals, e.g. attraction and Love spells. It is usually added to other kinds of spells to enhance their power. Add this page to your Book of Shadows or Witchy Herbal Grimoire. #GreenWitchcraft #KitchenWitchcraft #GreenMagic #KitchenMagic #HerbalGrimoire #BookofShadows
According to Scott Cunningham, peppermint increases the vibrations of a place and expels negative energy. You can add it to sachets, oils, baths or teas. If the plant is kept in the home it clears and purifies. Its aroma can induce sleep, and if it is placed under the pillow or as a dream tea, it promotes visions of the future in dreams. It is also considered to incite love and can be used for this type of mix. It is also often carried in purses or wallets, to attract money and prosperity.
🌿 Spells with Peppermint for Green Witches! Peppermint has been historically used in healing blends and spells by shamans and other types of healers. Such is the power attributed to this plant that it was typically worn on the wrist to protect its wearer against common diseases. Print this page by clicking the link!