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ADAM & EVE ROOT: Given to a couple they ensure continued happiness.

BANYAN: To be married under one ensures the couple's happiness.

CELANDINE:Carry the root to cure depression.

CYCLAMEN: Where grown it is said to remove grief of the heart.

HAWTHRON: Worn or carried it promotes happiness in the troubled,depressed or sad.

HYACINTH: Sniffing the fresh flowers of the hyacinth relives grief and depression,also cures fascination.

MARJORAM: Given to a depressed person marjoram brings happiness.

PURSLANE: Purslane sprinkled around the house spreads happiness throughout.

QUINCE: Shared by a bridal couple to ensure their future happiness.

WITCH GRASS: When worn it dispels depression.


CUMIN: Cumin when carried,gives peace of mind.

CYCLAMEN: The blossoms are used to remove grief of the heart.

CYPRESS: Cypress should be used at times of crisis,especially at the death of a friend or relative. It eases the mind and allays grief if worn or carried to funerals.

DULSE: Sprinkled around the home it encourages harmony.

ERYNGO: This herb also has the power of causing peace if strewn about a place or given to a couple who are quarreling.

GARDENIA: Dried gardenia is also scattered around a room to induce peaceful vibrations and is also added to Moon incenses.

JOE-POPPY WEED: Carry a few leaves of Joe-Poppy so that you will be looked upon with respect.

LAVENDAR: The plant is so powerful that, if when depressed, one gazes upon the plant all sorrow will depart and a joyous feeling will settle upon the observer.

LOOSETRIFE: Strewn about the home disperses peaceful vibrations.

MEADOWSWEET: Strewn about the house to keep peace. The scent of meadowsweet cheers the heart.

MYRRH: Burned as an incense myrrh lifts the vibrations and creates peace.

MYRTLE: If grown on each side of the house peace will reside within.

OLIVE: Olive leaves scattered or placed in a room spread a peaceful vibration throughout the area.

PASSION FLOWER: Contrary to its name, the passion flower is placed in the house to calm problems and troubles, and to bring peace.

PENNYROYAL: When given to quarreling couple it will cause them to cease their fighting.

PINE: Place a pine branch over the door of the house to ensure continual joy within, for the leaves are evergreen.

VALERIAN: If a couple is quarreling introduce some of this herb into the area and all will soon be clam.

VERVAIN: The Dried herb is scattered around the home as a peace-bringer and is also worn to calm the emotions.

VIOLET: Wear the violet to calm tempers.


CATNIP: If you hold catnip in your hand until it is warm, then hold anyone's else hand, they will forever be your friend, as long as you keep the catnip you used in the spell in some safe place.

LEMON: A slice of fresh lemon placed beneath a visitor's chair ensures that your friendship will last.

LOOSTRIFE: To settle an argument you've had with a friend, give some of this herb to him or her.

LOVE SEED: The seeds are carried to attract new friendships.

PASSION FLOWER: Carried, it attracts friends and great popularity.

SWEET PEA: Wearing fresh sweet pea flowers attracts people and causes friendships to develop.


CHICORY: To open locked boxes and doors if held against the lock.

LOTUS: Place the root of the lotus under the tongue, and say the word
"SIGN, ARGGIS" toward a locked door. It will miraculously open.

MOON WORT: This free is also used in opening locks (by placing it in the keyhole).


DEVIL'S SHOESTRING: A piece of devil's shoestring carried in the pocket while seeking employment (or while having problems at work) will either help you get hired, or will smooth out the difficulties. Also carry when asking for a raise in pay.

LUCKY HAND: Carried to obtain and maintain employment.

PECAN: To ensure that you do not lose you job,obtain a small amount of pecans. Shell them, eat them slowly while visualizing yourself working and enjoying your job. Take the shells, wrap them in a bag and place them somewhere at work where they won't be found or removed.


ALMOND: Climbing an almond tree is said to ensure success in business ventures.

CLOVER: Worn over the right breast it brings success in all undertakings.

WINTER'S BARK: Carry or burn winter's bark to ensure success in all your undertakings.


BUCKTHORN: is worn or carried to court for good luck.

CASCARA SAGRADA: Sprinkle an infusion of cascara sagrada around your home before going to any court proceeding. It will help you win your case.

CELANDINE: Wear to court to win the favor of the judge or jury.

CINQUEFOIL: Carried, cinquefoil gives eloquence when asking for favors of officials, and usually ensures that the favor is granted.

HICKORY: Burn a piece of hickory root to ashes. Mix with cinquefoil and place this mixture in a box. Hang over the door to ensure that you do not have trouble with the law.

MARIGOLD: Carried in the pocket, marigold helps justice to smile favorably upon you while in court.


CARAWAY: Any object which holds some caraway seeds is theft-proof.

CROCUS: Burn crocus along with alum in a censer, and you may see the vision of a thief who has robbed you.

GARLIC: It is placed in the home to keep out robbers and thieves.

MEADOWSWEET: If gathered on Midsummer, meadowsweet will give you information regarding thieves: if you have been robbed, place meadowsweet on water. If it sinks, the thief is a man. If it floats, a woman.

ROSEMARY: Rosemary is hung on the porch and door posts to keep thieves from the house.


CLOVE: Cloves are burned as an incense to stop others from gossiping about you.

SLIPPERY ELM: Burn slippery elm and throw into the fire a knotted yellow cord or thread. Any gossip against you will stop.


APPLE: The wood can be made into charms for longevity.

CYPRESS: Since the cypress is the symbol of eternity and immortality, the wood has long been carried to lengthen life.

LAVENDAR: Indeed, the order of lavender is conducive to long life, and so should be smelled as often as possible if this is a concern.

MAPLE: A child passed through the branches of a maple tree will have a long life.

PEACH: Carrying a bit of peach wood will increase one's life span and may lead to immorality.

SAGE: Sage has been utilized to ensure a long life-sometimes even immorality. This is done by eating some of the plant every day, or at least in May,for: HE WHO WOULD LIVE FOR AYE MUST EAT SAGE IN MAY.

TANSY: Tansy is carried to lengthen the life-span.


ANISE: A spring hung on the bedpost will restore lost youth.

COWSLIP: Cowslip, when carried or worn , will preserve youth, or restore it when it is lost.

FERN: Fern sap, if you can obtain any, is said to confer eternal youth if drunk.

MYRTLE: Myrtle wood, when carried, preserves youthfulness. A cup of myrtle tea, drunk every three days, will do the same, but it must be drunk every three days without fail.

ROSEMARY: Smelled often, preserves youthfulness.

VERVAIN: Vervain carried may offer everlasting youth.


AVOCADO: Carry the pit to promote beauty.

FLAX: To ensure your child grows up to be beautiful and handsome adult, let him or her dance among growing flax at the age of seven years.

GINSENG: Ginseng will also bring beauty to all who carry it.

MAIDENHAIR: Immerse some maidenhair in water, then remove. If worn on the person or kept in the bedroom after this process it will grant you beauty.

YERBA SANTA: Yerba Santa is carried to improve or attain beauty, and the infusion is added to baths for the same reason.


ALKANET: Attracts prosperity in all forms.

ASH: If you burn ash wood at Yule, you will receive prosperity.

BENZOINE: Make an incense of benzoin, cinnamon and basil, and burn to attract customers to your place of business.

BLADDERWRACK: Make an infusion of the plant and scrub the floors and doors of a place of business to attract customers and being good vibrations into the store. A particularly potent spell entails simply filling a small jar with whiskey, placing some kelp in it, capping tightly, and placing this in the kitchen window. This will ensure flow of money into the house.

TOMATO: Place a large red tomato on the mantle to bring prospertity to the home.Replace every three days.


BORAGE: Carry the fresh blossoms to strengthen your courage.

COHOSH, BLACK: The herb, carried, helps to strengthen courage in the meek.

COLUMBINE: Rub your hand on the herb to induce courage and daring, or carry it with you.

MASTERWORT: Laborers and athletes wear to reinforce there body.

RAGWEED: Chew the root of the ragweed at night to drive away all fear.

SWEETPEA: Gives courage and strength when worn.

THYME: Thyme is carried and smelled to give courage and energy.

YARROW: When worn, yarrow protects the wearer, and when held in the hand, it stops all fear and grants courage.


BAY: Wishes are written on bay leaves which are then burned to make them come true.

BEECH: Take a stick of beech, scratch or carve your wish onto it, bury it in the ground and leave it there.

BUCKTHRON: Sprinkle buckthorn in a circle and then dances within it under a full Moon, an elf will appear.The dancer must notice the elf and say, 'Halt and grant my boon!' before the creature flees. The elf will then grant one wish.

DOGWOOD: Place the sap of the dogwood onto a handkerchief on Midsummer Eve. This will grant any wish you may have, if you faithfully carry the handkerchief.

EDELWEISS: Edelweiss grants you heart's desire; you need only grow and care for the plant.

FIG: Write a question on the leaf. If the leaf dries slowly, the answer is yes, or it is a good omen. If it dries quickly just the opposite.

GINSENG: Hold a ginseng root in you hands, visualize your wish into the root, and throw it into running water. Or, carve your wish into a root and toss into the water.

GRAINS OF PARADISE:Hold some in your hands, make a wish and then throw a little of the herb to each direction, beginning in the North and ending in the West.

GRASS: Use green grass to make a wish on a stone, or simply rub the grass against it to make a green spot.Visualize your need and then bury the stone or throw it into running water.

HAZEL:Weave hazel twigs into a crown. Put it on your head and wish very hard. Your wish may come true.

JOB'S TEARS: Make a wish holding seven seeds, and then throw into running water. Alternately, count out seven seeds, concentrating on you wish. Carry theses seeds for a week, and your wish should come true.

POMEGRANATE: Always make a wish before eating one and your wish may come true.

POPPY: If you wish to know the answer to a question, write it in blue ink on a piece of white paper. Place this inside a poppy seed pod and put this beneath your pillow. The answer will appear in your dream.

SAGE: If you desire to make a wish come true, write it on a sage leaf and hide it beneath your pillow. For three nights sleep upon it. If once you dream of what you desire your wish will be materialized; if not, bury the sage in the ground so that you do not come to harm.

SANDALWOOD: Write you wish on a chip of sandalwood and burn in the censer or cauldron. As it burns it sets the magic flowing, but remember to visualize your wish at the same time.

SUNFLOWER: If you cut a sunflower at sunset while making a wish, the wish will come true before another sunset-as long as the wish isn't too grand.

VERVAIN:The juice of the vervain, smeared on the body, will allow the person to have every wish fulfilled.

VIOLET: If you gather the first violet in the spring your dearest wish will be granted.

WALNUT: If anyone gives you a bag of walnuts, you will see all your wishes fulfilled.


AGRIMONY: Agrimony placed under the head will make one sleep as if dead, according to ancient lore, but don't use this for insomnia: The sleeper won't awaken until the herb is removed.

CINQUIFOLE: If a bag of cinquefoil is suspended from the bed you will have restful sleep all night.

ELDER: Place elderberries beneath your pillow if you have difficulty sleeping. They'll allow you to slumber peacefully.

HOPS: A pillow stuffed with dried hops brings on sleep and rest.

LAVENDAR: These flowers are burned or smouldered to induce sleep and rest.

LETTUCE: Rub lettuce juice onto the forehead or eat the leaves to have no trouble falling asleep.

LINDEN: Linden & lavendar equally mixed make excellent pillows which hasten sleep in the insomniac.

PASSION FLOWER: Placed below the pillow it aids in sleep.

PEPPERMINT: Smelled, it compels one toward sleep.

ROSEMARY: When place beneath the pillow rosemary ensures a good sleep.

THYME: Placed beneath the pillow, it ensures restful sleep.

VALERIAN: Placed in the pillow to aid in falling asleep.


ANEMONE: Gather the blossoms when first seen in the spring, wrap them up in a red cloth & wear or carry to prevent disease.

ASAFOETIDA: Some times used as an amulet to keep away colds & fevers, and for this purpose is usually worn around the neck.(Just the slightest suggestion of the fragrance has caused vomiting ...use with care.)

ASH: A few ash leaves placed in a bowl of water next to the bed, left overnight, will prevent illness.

CAMPHOR: A bag of camphor (or the bark of the tree) hung around the neck prevents the contraction of colds and fevers.

CARAWAY: The caraway serves as protection against Lilith. It is often carried for this purpose.

CARBON: Carry or wear to maintain good health.

CINQUEFOIL: The five points of the leaves represent health. Carry cinquefoil to grant this.

CORN: A necklace made of dried red kernels prevents nosebleeds.

FEVERFEW: Carry with you for protection against colds and fevers.

GALANGAL: Worn it guards the bearer's health.

GINSENG:The root is carried to guard one's health.

GROUNDSEL: Groundsel is carried as an amulet against toothaches, as well as to stop the pain if it starts. It is also carried to keep the teeth in good health generally.

HENNA: If worn protects from illness.

HONEYSUCKLE: If it grows over the door it will keep fever at bay for the household.

KNOTWEED: When carried knotweed strengthen's and protects the eyes.

LIFE-EVERLASTING: It is kept in the home or carried to prevent sickness and ill-health.

MINT: Mint worn at the wrist assures that you will not be ill.

MUGWORT: Place mugwort in the shoes to gain strength during long walks or runs. For this purpose pick mugwort before sunrise,saying : (Tollam te artemesia, ne lassus sim in via.)

MULLEN: A few leaves placed in the shoe keeps one from catching a cold.

NUTMEG: Nutmegs are carried to ward off rheumatism, cold sores, neuraligs, boils and sties.

OAK: If you can catch a falling oak leaf you shall have no cold all winter.

PIMPERNEL: When placed in the home it wards of illness.

PINE: Branches of the pine placed above or under the bed keeps sickness far away.

POTATO: To protect against contracting a cold, a potato should be carried in the pocket or purse all winter - the same potato.

ROSEMARY: When carried to remain healthy.

RUE: Worn around the neck rue aids in recuperation from illness and also wards off future health problems.

SORREL,WOOD: If the leaves of the wood sorrel (dried) are carried they preserve the heart against dies ease.

SPIKENARD: Spikenard worn around the neck, wards off disease.

SUNFLOWER: To protect yourself against smallpox, wear sunflower seeds around the neck, either in a bag or strung like beads.

TANSY: A bit of tansy placed in the shoes helps cure persistent fever.

THYME: Thyme is burned to attract good health and also worn for this purpose.

WALNUT: When carried, walnuts strengthen the heart and wards off rheumatism pains. When placed in a hat or around the head, walnut leaves prevent headaches and sunstroke.<


ADDER'S TONGUE: Soak some adder's tongue in cold water and apply it to a wound or bruise (wrap it in a piece of cloth) until the herb grows warm. Next,bury the wet herb in a muddy place. The wound will be cured.

ALMOND: Eating almond will cure or combat fevers.

BARLEY: If you have a toothache, it can be cured with barley. Wind a barley straw around a stone, visualizing your pain into the stone. Now throw it into a river or any running water, and see your pain being washed away.

CARNATION: Carnations are placed in convalescent rooms to give the healing patient strength and energy.

CEDAR: Twigs if the cedar are burned and smouldered or made into incense, to heal headaches.

CINNAMON: Cinnamon, when burred as a incense, aids in healing.

CORIANDER: The seeds are used for healing, especially easing headaches , and are worn for this purpose.

COWSLIP: The odor of cowslip is healing.

CUCUMBER: The peel bound onto the forehead relieves headache pain.

ELDER: To lose a fever, poke an elder twig into the ground while keeping completely silent. Toothaches maybe alleviated be chewing on an elder twig, and then placing it into a wall while saying: DEPART THOU EVIL SPIRIT! Toothaches were once thought to be caused by evil spirits. Warts can be cured by rubbing them with a green elder twig and then burying it to rot in the mud.

GARDENIA: The fresh blossoms are placed in sickrooms. The dried petals are also added to healing incenses.

HENNA: Placed on the forehead to relive headaches.

HOREHOUND: Horehound, when mixed with ash leaves and placed in a bowl of water, releases healing vibrations. and should be placed in a sickroom.

JOB'S TEAR: The seeds are strung onto a necklace and placed around a child's neck to aid in teething, and are also worn by adults in the same manner for sore-throats and colds. The seeds absorb the pain or illness.

LIFE-EVERLASTING: Carried to prevent sickness and ill-health. Drink an infusion of life-everlasting every morning, before eating or drinking anything else, while saying: CHILLS AND ILLS, PAINS AND BANES, DO YOUR FASTING WITH LIFE-EVERLASTING. This will ensure a long life comparatively free of illness.

LIME: Wear a necklace of lime to cure a sore throat. To cure a toothache, drive a nail into the trunk of a lime Tree (but thank the lime tree first before you do so.)

MINT: The fresh leaves rubbed against the head are said to relieve headaches.

MUGWORT: Mugwort is carried to prevent backache and to cure disease and madness.

NETTLE: A pot of freshly cut nettle placed beneath a sick bed will aid in the person's recovery.

OAK: When a sick person is in the house make a fire of oak wood and warm the house with it to 'draw off ' the illness. Carry an acorn against illness and pains.

OLIVE: On an olive leaf write Athena's name. Press this against the head or wear on the body and it will cure a headache.

ONION: For healing, rub the cut edge of an onion against the afflicted part of the body, visualizing the disease going into the onion. Then destroy, the onion( burn or smash to pieces and bury.) To cure warts, rub them with a piece of onion and throw over your right shoulder. Walk away without looking back. A large red onion tied to the bedpost protects it occupants against sickness and aids in recuperation.

PERSIMMON: If you are plagued with chills, tie a knot in a piece of string (one for each chill you've had) and tie the string to a persimmon tree. This should halt them.

PINE: Branches of the pine placed above the bed keeps sickness far away.

PLAINTAILL: Bind the plantain with red wool to the head to cure headaches and placed beneath the feet to remove weariness.

POTATO: A potato carried in the pocket cures toothaches and guards against rheumatism, warts and gout.

ROSE: rosewater saturated cloth laid to the temples will relieve headache pain.

RUE: Rue leaves placed on the forehead relieve headaches. Worn around the neck rue aids in recuperation from illness and also wards off future health problems.

SORREL,WOOD: Fresh wood sorrel placed in sickrooms aids in recuperation from illness and wounds.

TI: A ti leaf rubbed on the head relieves headaches.

VERVAIN: The undiluted juice of the vervain smeared on the body curs diseases and guards against future health problems. To aid in recuperation the root tied with a yard of whit yarn is placed around the patient's neck. It should remain there until recovery.

YERBA SANTA: Worn around the neck to ward off illness and wounds.


ALLSPICE: Allspice is burned as an incense to attract money.

ALMOND: Placing almonds in your pocket will lead you to treasures.

BASIL: Basil brings wealth to those who carry it in their pockets, and is used to attract customers to a place of business by placing some in the cash register or on the doorsill.

BERGAMOT,ORANGE: The leaves of the orange bregamot are slipped into wallets and purses to attract money. Fresh leaves are also rubbed into money before spending it to ensure it's return.

BLADDERWRACK: Fill a small jar with whiskey, placing some bladderwrack in it, capping tightly, and pacing this in the kitchen windows. This will ensure a steady flow of money into the household.

BRIONEY: Money placed near a brioney root will increase, as long as it is left there.

BROMELIAD: Grow a bromeliad in the home for money and luxuries.

CAMELLIA: The camellia brings riches and luxury.

CINNAMON: When burned as an incense it draws money.

CINQUEFOIL: The five points of the leaves represent money. If carried cinquefoil grants this.

CLOVE: Burned as an incense, cloves attract riches.

CLOVER: ( For Leafed ) : Leads the wearer to gold, money or treasures. ( Five Leafed ) : the five leafed clover is powerful for attract money, and should be worn for this purpose.

COWSLIP: A bunch of the flowers held in the hand will help you find hidden treasure.

FENUGREEK: To bring money into the household, a few fenugreek seeds can be added to the mop water ( or a small amount of a fenugreek infusion.) Also, half-fill a small jar with fenugreek and leave open in the house to attract money. Add a few seeds every couple of days until the jar is full; then empty the fengureek out and begin again. Return the spent herb to the ground.

FERN: Carried or worn, fern has the power to guide its bearer to discover treasures.

FLAX: A few can be placed in the pocket,wallet or purse, or a jar should be placed on the altar and a few coins, plus some flax seed, added. This should be repeated each day to attract money.

FUMITORY: An infusion of fumitory sprinkled around your home & rubbed onto your shoes once a week will draw money to you.

GALANGAL: Placed in a sachet of leather with silver it brings money.

GINGER: Whole ginger roots are planted & grown to attract ,money, or the powered root is sprinkled into pockets or onto money for this purpose.

GINSENG: The root is carried to draw money.

GOLDENROD: When held in the hand, the flower nods in the direction of buried treasures lies.

HONESTY: Place it in your pocket or purse to draw money.

HONEYSUCKLE: Ring green candles with honeysuckle flowers to attract money, or places them in a vase in the house for the same purpose.

IRISH,MOSS: Carried or placed beneath rugs to ensure a steady flow of money into the house.

JASMINE: The flowers will draw wealth & money if carried, buried or worn.

LUCKY HAND: Fill a jar with rose oil. Place several luck hands into the oil & let them soak there. When you need money carry one in your wallet or purse, & so on.

MINT: Places a few leaves in the wallet or purse, or rub where your money is kept.

MOSS: To carry moss ( any kind ) taken from a gravestone in your pocket is a good ensurer of financial luck.

NUTMEG: Sprinkled onto green candles for money.

OAK: Planting an acorn in the dark of the Moon ensure that you shall receive money in near future.

ONION: Never throw onion skins & peels onto the ground, if you do so, you throw away your prosperity. Instead, burn them in the fireplace or cook stove to attract riches.

OREGAN GRAPE: Carry this root to draw money & financial security.

PIPSISSEWA: Carry to attract money.

POMEGRANATE: A branch of pomegranate discovers concealed wealth, or will attract money to it's possessor. The skin, dried, is added to wealth & money incenses.

POPLAR: The buds & leaves are carried to attract money or added to money incenses.

POPPY: They are eaten or carried to attract money.

RATTLESNAKE ROOT: The infusion is rubbed onto the hands or feet to lead the anointer to money.

SARSAPARILLA: Sarsaparilla is mixed with cinnamon and sandlewood powder and sprinkled around the premises to draw money.

SASSAFRAS: Sassafras is placed in the purse or wallet to attract money, or is buried for this purpose.

SESAME: A jar of sesame seeds left open in the house draws cash to it. Change the seeds every month.

SNAKEROOT,BLACK: Carried, it attracts money.

SQUILL: To draw money, place one in a jar or box & add silver coins.

TEA: Burn the leaves of the tea plant to ensure future riches.

TRILLIUM: Carry trillium to attract money.

VERVAIN: If the herb is burned in the garden or placed in the house, wealth will flow & plants will thrive.

WHEAT: Sheaves of wheat are placed in the home to attract money, & grains are carried in sachets for the same reason.

WOODRUFF: Woodruff is carried to attract money.


ALLSPICE: Allspice is burned as an incense to attract luck.

ALOE: Large wreathes made of whole garlic bulbs strung on wire are festooned with pictures of saints, packets of magical herbs, lodestones, rocks salt, pine nuts as well as clumps of freshely-cut aloe. These are hung up in the home for luck.

BAMBOO: Grown near the house, bamboo gives it & it's residents good fortune. Also, bamboo is placed over the door because, since its wood never changes color, it is lucky.

BANANA: If a bride is married under a banana tree she cannot help being lucky.

BANYAN: to simply sit beneath or look at a banyan tree brings good luck.

BLUEBELL: The next time you see a bluebell, pick it and repeat the following words: Bluebell, bluebell, bring me some luck before tomorrow night. Slip it into your shoe to seal the spell.

BUCKTHORN: Carried or worn as a general good luck generator.

CABBAGE: Cabbage should be planted in the garden the first thing after a couple has been married, if they wish to have good luck in their marriage & garden.

CATNIP: Grown near the home or hung over the door, catnip attracts good luck.

CINCHONA: Carry a piece of the bark , gives good luck.

CORN: A bunch of cornstalks hung over the mirror brings good luck to the household.

COTTON: If a piece of cotton is placed in the sugar bowl, good luck will follow, as it will if cotton is thrown over the right shoulder at dawn. In this later case, the good luck will come before the day is over.

DAFFODIL: If a daffodil is plucked & worn next to the heart, good luck shall surely come your way.

DEVIL'S BIT: Brings good luck.

DEVIL'S SHOESTRING: Gambler's carry devils shoestring as a good luck cham.

FERN: The person who breads the first fern found of spring will have good luck.

FIG: Brings the inhabitants good luck.

GALANGAL: Worn or carried draws good luck.

GOLDENROD: If goldenrod springs up suddenly near the houses door, unexpected good fortune will soon rain upon the family living there.

HAZEL: String the nuts & hang in the house for luck, or present a batch of them to a bride to wish her good fortune.

HEATHER: Carried brings good luck.

HOLLY: Carried promote, good luck, especially by men, since the holly is a 'male' plant. ( Ivy is the corresponding plant for women.)

HONEYSUCKLE: If a honeysuckle plant grows outside near your home it will bring luck.

IRISH MOSS: Carried or placed beneath rugs to increase luck.

IVY: Carried by women for good luck in general, and is worn by brides for the same reason.

JOB'S TEAR: Three seeds can be carried for good luck.

KAVA-KAVA: This Polynesian plant's root is infused & the resulting tea is drunk to invite in good luck. ( Too much of the infusion, however, is damaging to your kidneys.)

LEMON: Obtain a green ( unrip ) lemon from a tree. It should be no larger then 1 1/2 inches in diameter. Next, obtain some color-headed pins. Every color except black is fine; if any black-headed pins are present remove them. Now stick the pins, one at a time, into the lemon, until it is fairly bristling with them. Attract a piece of yarn or ribbon to the lemon and hang up in the home to bring blessings and luck.

LINDEN: Good luck charms are carved from the wood and carried.

LOTUS: Any part of the lotus carried or worn ensures blessings by the God's and good luck.

LUCKY HAND: It has long been placed in sachets and conjure bags for luck.

MALE FERN: Carried as a potent luck attractant.

MOSS: To carry moss ( ant kind ) taken from a gravestone in your pocket, is a good ensure of luck.

NUTMEG: Carried a good luck charm.

NUTS: Double-nuts are very lucky charms indeed.

OAKS: Carrying any piece of the oak draws good luck.

OLIVE: Olive leaves, worn bring luck.

PERSIMMON: If you wish to have good luck, bury green persimmons.

PINEAPPLE: Dried pineapple is placed in bags and added to baths to draw good luck to the bather. The juice as well.

POPPY: They are eaten to attract luck.

PURSLANE: Carried purslane draws luck.

SPIKENARD: Worn around your neck brings good luck.

STAR ANISE: Carried as a general luck-bringer.

STRAW: Straw is lucky; hence it is often carried in small bags. For a home luck talisman, take a used horseshoe and some straw, sew up into a small bag, and place it above the bed.

STRAWBERRY: The leaves are carried for luck.

SUMBUL: Worn around the neck offers good luck.

TRILLIUM: Carrying trillium attracts luck to it's bearer.

WOOD ROSE: Carry a wood rose to attract good luck. Also place some in the home to ensure it is lucky as well.


ALMOND: Eating almonds gives the partaker wisdom.

APPLE: Ate apples to gain immortality through wisdom.

CINQUEFOIL: the five points of the leaves represent wisdom, so if carried cinquefoil grants this.

IRIS: The three points of its flower symbolize wisdom, and so can be used to induce the quality.

PEACH: The fruit is eaten to gain wisdom.

SAGE: Sage is carried to promote wisdom.

SUNFLOWER: Sleeping with a sunflower under the bed allows you to know the truth in any matter.


ACACIA: A spring of the tree placed over the bed wards off evil, and will protect you.

AFRICAN VIOLET: The plants are also slightly protective when grown.

AGUE ROOT: Sprinkled around your home to keep evil at bay, or carry in a sachet for the same purpose.

ALOE: The aloe, a popular house plant, is also protective. It guards against evil influences & prevents household accidents.

ANEMONE: Grow red anemone in the garden to protect it & the home.

ANGELICA: Grown, the plant is protective. Use in all protection incenses. Sprinkle the four corners oh the house with angelica to ward off evil; or do this around the perimeter remove curses,hexes & any spells that may have been cast against you.

ANISE: Use with protection incense. Fresh anise leaves placed in a room will drive off evil.

BALM OF GILEAD: Carry for protection.

BAMBOO: Carve a symbol of protection, like a five-pointed star (pentagram), on a length of bamboo & plant it in the ground to protect your home. Bamboo is used to , either by carrying it in a sachet, growing a plant near the house, or crushing the wood to a powder (called bamboo wood) & burning.

BARLEY: Barley may be scattered on the ground to keep evil & negativity away.

BASIL: Small amounts are sometimes placed in each room of the house to bring protection.

BAY: Placed in the windows to protect against lighting.

BETONY,WOOD: The plant protects the weaer's soul as well as the body, and the when placed beneath the pillow it shielded the sleeper from visions & dreams. Betony is also grown in gardens to protect the home, and is scattered near doors and windows. This forms a kind of protective wall around the property through which no evil can pass.

BLACKBERRY: The vines are protective if grown.

BLUEBERRY:Place some blueberries beneath the doormat, to protects against evil.

BONESET: The plant wards off evil spirts. Make an infusion & sprinkle about the house to drive away evil.

BRIONEY: The root is hung in houses and gardens as a protection against the effects of bad weather.

BROMELIAD: The plants are protective.

BUCKWHEAT: Grind the seeds (make flour) and sprinkle around your house in a circle to keep evil from it.

CACTUS: Cacti of all kinds are protective. Grown indoors, they protect againstinwanted intrusions and burglaries.

CEDAR: Cedar hung in the home protects it against lighting strikes. A cedar stick carved into three prongs is placed prongs up into the ground near the home to protect it against all evil.

CHAMOMILE: It is a protective herb. When sprinkled around the property, it removes curses and spells cast against you.

CINCHONA: Carried, a piece of the bark gives protection from bodily harm and evil.

CLUB MOSS: the herb, when gathered correctil, give protection from the Gods.

COCONUT: A coconut can be halved, drained of it's juice, filled with appropriate protective herbs and sealed shut, then buried to protect your property. Hang a whole coconut in the home for protection.

CORN: An ear of corn is placed within the cradle to protect the baby against negative forces.

COTTON: Cotton balls soaked in vinegar and placed on the windowsills keep evil at bay.

CUMIN: Cumin is burned with frankincense for protection and scattered on the floor, sometimes with salt, to drive out evil.

CYCLAMEN: When grown in the bedroom protects the sleeper. It is said that no noxious spells can have effect.

CYPRESS: The tree is quite protective when grown near the home and boughs of cypress are used in protective and blessing capacities.

DEVIL'S BIT: When worn around the neck devil's bit drives away evil spirits, and offers protection to the wear.

DILL: The herb is protective when hung at the door and carried in protective sachets. Placed in the cradle it protects children.

EDELWEISS: to be protected against daggers and bullets, pull up a whole edelweiss by its root's during the day on a Friday of the Full Moon. Wear it wrapped in white linen.

ELDER: Elder wards off attackers of every kind. The berries, when carried, protect against evil and negativity. Grown in the garden, elder protects the household against the ravagers of sorcery, and shields it from lighting.

ELECAMPANE: Carried for protection.

ELM: Protect against lighting strikes.

FENNEL: Grown around the home, fennel confers protection. Hung up at windows and doors to ward off evil spirts, and the seeds can be carried for the same reason.

FERN: The fern is included in vase of flowers for its protective prosperities, and is also planted at the doorstep as well. Inside the home, fern is also protective.

FEVERFEW: Carry with you for protection against colds and fevers, as well as accidents.

FIG: Grown in the home is protective.

FLAX: To protect yourself while asleep, mix equal parts of flax seeds and mustard seeds and place this mixture next to your bed. On the other side of the bed place a pan of cold water. You will be guard during your slumber.

GOURD: Gourds hung at the front door are a protection against fascination. Pieces of gourds carried the the pocket or purse wards off evil.

GRASS: Suspend a ball of grass in the front window of the home to drive out evil and to protect it. Tie knots in grass around the home for the same purpose.

HAWTHORN: Hawthron protects against lighting, and in the house in which it resides, no evil ghosts may enter. It is also powerful for protecting against damage to the house from storms.

HEATHER: Carried as a guard against rape and other violent crimes.

HOLLY: A par excellence protective herb, holly guards against lighting, poison and evil spirits. Planted around the home it protects it and its inhabitants from mischievios sorcerers.

HOUSELEEK: Protects a building from lighting if grown on the roof.

IRISH MOSS: Carried while on trips for protection and safety.

KAVA-KAVA: This Polynesian plant's root is infused and the resulting tea is drunk to offer protection against evil.

LEEK: Leeks are carried as protective amulets, and are bitten to break hexes and drive away evil.

LOTUS: Anyone who breathes the scent of the lotus will receive it's protection.

MARIGOLD: Garlands of marigolds strung on the door posts stop evil from entering the house, and scattered under the bed they protect you while asleep.

MARJORAM: Carried it is protective.

MINT: Mint is kept in the home for protection.

MULEBERRY: Protects the garden from lighting.

MUSTARD: Sprinkle mustard seeds on the doorsills for protective reasons.

NORFOLK ISLAND PINE: Protection against hunger and evil spirits when grown in the home or near it.

OAK: Two twigs of oak, bound with red thread so that they form an equal-armed cross, makes a potent safeguard against evil. It should be hung in the house. Acorns placed in windows guard against the entrance of lighting, and a piece of oak wood, carried, protects its bear from all harm.

OLIVE: A branch of olive hung over the door guards the house against all evil, and on the chimney wards off lighting.

ONION: Take a small onion, stick it full of black-headed pins, and placed in a window. This will guard against the intrusion of evil into the home. Carried, the onion gives protection against venomous beasts. Grown in pots or in the garden they also shield against evil.

ORRIS:The roots and leaves are hung from the eaves of the house and added to the bath water for personal protection.

PAPAYA: Hang, several twigs of papaya wood over the doorsills; this will keep evil from entering the house.

PEONEY: Worn, it guards the body, spirit and soul; placed in the home it wards off evil spirits.

PEPPER TREE: The bright red berries are carried for protection.

PILOT WEED: he dried root of the pilot weed is buried during electrical storms to avert a lighting strike.

PIMPERNEL: Carried for protection.

PLUM: Branches placed over doors and windows guard the home against evil intrusions.

QUINCE: Quince seed, carried, protects against evil, physical harm and accidents.

RASPBERRY: The branches of the raspberry are hung up at doors and windows for protection.

RATTLESNAKE ROOT: An infusion of rattlesnake root added to the bath and used in the rise water for clothing, offer protection from others trying to harm you.

RHUBARB: Wear a piece of rhubarb root around the neck on a string to protect against pains in the stomach.

RICE: When placed on the roof, rice guards against all misfortune.

ROOTS: If you must sleep outside without protection wear any root around your neck and you will be guard from wild animals.

ROWAN: The rowan tree planted near the house protects it and its occupants.

RUE: It is protective when hung up at the door or placed in sachets.

SLOE: Hung over doorways or carried, the sloe wards off evil and calamity, banishes demons and negative vibrations.

SOLOMON'S SEAL: The root is placed in the four quarters of the house to guard it.

SOUTHERNWOOD: Burned as an incense southernwood guards against trouble of all kinds, and the smoke drives away snake.

SPANISH MOSS: Grown on or in the home, Spanish moss is protective.

SQUILL: To protect you home, hang a small squill over the windows.

THISTLE: Grown in a pot and on the doorstep they protect against evil. A thistle blossom carried in the pocket guards its bearer. Throw on to a fire, thistle deflect lighting away from the house.

TI: Planted around the house the ti creates a type of protective barrier. The green ti should be used for this, not the red variety.

TOMATO: When a tomato is placed on the windowsill or any other household entrance it repels evil from entering.

TORMENTIL: the infusion is drunk to give protection. The plant is hung up in the home to drive away evil.

TULIP: Worn in the turban for protection.

TURNIP: Turnips placed in the home wards off every form of negativity.

VALERIAN: Hung in the home to guard it against lighting.

VENU'S FLYTRAP: The plant is grown in the home for it's protective qualities.

VERVAIN: Placed in the home protects from lighting and storms. The infusion sprinkled around the premises chase off evil spirits and malignant forces.

WAX PLANT: Grown in bedrooms and throughout the house for protection.

WILLOW: All parts of the willow guard against evil and can be carried or placed in the home for this purpose.

YARROW: When worn, yarrow protects the wearer.


ALKANET: Burned as an incense to purify the area of negativity.

ANISE: Anise seeds are used in purification baths, especially with bay leaves.

ARABIC,GUM: Purifies the area of negativity and evil.

BAY: A spring of bay is used to sprinkle water during purification ceremonies.

BENZOIN: Burn benzoin to purification, and add to purfifcation incenses. A fine ' clearing herb'.

BETONY,WOOD: Added to purifiction mixtures and incense, and it is traditional on midsummer to burn it on a bonfire and then jump through the smoke to purify the body of ills and evil.

CEDAR: The smoke of the cedar is purifying, and also cures the perdeliction to having bad dreams. Twigs of the cedar are burned and smoulders, or made into incense, they are placed upon the hot rocks in sweat baths for purification.

CHAMOMILE: It is a purificatory.

CINQUEFOIL: Added to purificatory bath sachets.

CLUB MOSS: Take a purification bath in a running stream, offer bread and wine to the plant, then uproot it with the little finger or a silver blade. Then it will be powerful.

IRIS: The fresh flowers are placed in the area to be cleansed.

LAVENDAR: It is added to purfifcation baths.

LEMON: The juice is added to bath water at the time of the full Moon for its purificatory powers.

LEMON VERBENA:Add to bath water for purificatory purpose.

MYRRH: Burned as an incense myrrh purifies the area.

NETTLE: Use in purification baths because it is more carnivorous than other herbs,And so will work more efficiently.

PARSLEY: Parsley is used in purification baths.

PEPPERMINT: It is rubbed against furniture, walls and floorboards to cleanse them of evil and negativity.

PEPPER TREE: The leaves are added to purification baths.

PIMPERNEL: Magical knife blades are rubbed with pimpernel juice to purify and empowers them.

PINE: Pine needles are burned during the winter months to purify and cleanse the house.

ROSEMARY: When burned, emits powerful cleansing and purifying vibrations, and so is smouldered to rid a place of negativity, especially prior to performing magic.

SAGEBRUSH: Bathe with sagebrush to purify yourself of all past evil and negative deeds.

SHALLOT: Add to a bath to cure misfortunes.

THISTLE, HOLLY: Add to purifications baths.

THYME: In spring a magical cleansing bath composed of marjoram and thyme is taken to ensure all the sorrow and ills of the past are removed from the person.

TURMERIC: Saltwater and turmeric are mixed together and then sprinkled in the area to be purified, sometimes with a ti leaf.


BAY: Bay leaves give strenght to those engaged in westling and athletic sports if worn at the time of competition.

BETONY,WOOD: strengthens the body when worn.

CARNATION: Carnations are placed in convalescent rooms to give the healing patient strength and energy.

MASTERWORT: Grants physical strength if worn.

PENNYROYAL: Placed in the shoe prevents weariness during travel and strengthens the body in general.

PLAINTAIN: Place beneath the feet to remove weariness.

SAFFRON: sheets are rinsed with a saffron infusion so that the arms and legs would be strengthened during sleep.

SWEETPEA: Gives strength when worn.

THISTLE: Carry A thistle ( or part of a thistle ) for strength.


AFRICAN VIOLET: The purple-colored flowers and plants are grown in the home to promote spirituality within it.

ARABIC,GUM: Add to incenses for good vibrations, smoulder alone on charcoal.

ALTHEA: Althea is known to be a good 'spirit-puller' it brings good spirits in during rituals when placed on the floor.

CINNAMON: Cinnamon,when burned as an incense, raise high spiritual vibrations.

FRANKINCENSE: Addded to sachets for spiritual growth.

GARDENIC: Attracts good spirits during rituals. They are possessed of very high spiritual vibrations.

MUGWORT: It is hung over the foor to keep evil spirits from buildings.

SANDALWOOD: The fragant wood possesses very high spiritual vibratopns and is burned at seances and Full Moon rituals when mixed with frankincense.


CARNATION: Place fresh carnations (red are best) on the alter during healing rituals and add the dried bloosoms to sachets and incenses for the same purpose.

CLUB MOSS: The herb when gathered, gives power and blessings from the Gods.

DEVIL'S SHOESTING: Cut the root into small piece's place in a jar filled with whiskey and spirits of camphor. When you need power of any kind, take out a piece of root and rub your hands with it. Then use the root in the appropriate way.

EBONY: Ebony wands gives the magician pure, unadulterated power.

GENTIAN: When used in any incense or sachet gentian adds a great deal of extra power.

GINGER: Eating ginger befor performing spells will lend them power, since yu have been 'heated up' by the ginger. This is especially true of love spells, in which ginger is muched-used.

ROWAN: Carrying rowan berries (or the bark) aids in recuperation, and are added to healing and health sachets and mixtures, as well as all power, success and luck sachets.


CARAWAY: They strengthen the memory.

CELERY: Chew the seeds to aid in concentration.

EYEBRIGHT: Brewed into a tea and drunk, eyebright clears the mind and aids the memory.

GRAPE: Eating grapes strengthen mental powers.

HOREHOUND: Drink an infusion of the herb and it will clear your mind and promote quick thinking, as well as strengthen the mental powers.

MACE: Carried to improve the intellect.

MUSTARD: Carrying mustard seeds in a red cloth sachet to increase mental powers.

ROSEMARY: Worn ,it aids the memory.

RUE: Fresh rue, sniffed improves mental processes.

SAVORY,SUMMER: Strengthens the mind when carried or worn.

SPEARMINT: Smelled, spearmint increas and sharpens mental powers.

VANILLA: A vanilla bean, carried, will restore lost energy and improve the mind.


ACACIA: When the wood is burned with sandalwood the psychic powers are stimulated.

ALTHEA: It is good psychic power stimulator. Burn as incense for this purpose, or carry in a sachet.

BAY: Chew bay leaves to induce a prophetic state.

BEECH: Carry the wood or leaves to increase creative powers.

BISTORT: Burn with frankincense to improve psychic powers.

BORAGE: A tea od borage induces psychic powers.

BUCHU: An infusion of buchu, drunk enables one to fortell the future.

CEDAR: Burned to induce psychic powers.

CELERY: Burned with orris root, Celery seeds increase psychic powers.

CINNAMON: When burned as an incense it stimulates psychic powers.

CITRON: If eaten, the citron, increase psychic powers.

DANDELION: The root, when dried,roasted and ground like coffee, is used to make tea. This infusion will promote psychic powers.

DEERSTONGUE: It aids the psychic powers if worn.

ELECAMPANE: The herb smouldered on charcoal aids in sharpening psychic powers, particularly when scrying.

EYEBRIGHT: Carry to increase pyschic powers.

GALANGA: Worn, galangal aids psychic development.

GRASS: Blades of grass, carried help psychic powers.

HONEYSUCKLE: Lightly crush the fresh flowers and then rub on the forehead to highten psychic powers.

JUNIPER: When carried or burned, juniper helps the psychic powers.

KAVA-KAVA: Infused and left to steep overnight in the refrigerator, it is then drunk to enchane psychic powers.

MACE: Mace, the outer covering of the nutmeg, is burned to increase psychic powers.

MARIGOLD: Garlands of marigolds scattered under the bed make your dreams come true.

PEPPERMINT: Placed beneathe the pillow it sometimes offers one glimpse of the future in dreams.

ROSE: To discover their romantic future, women used to take three green rose leaves and name each for on of her lovers. The on that stayed green the longest answered the question of 'which one'.

ROWAN: Carried, inceases psychic powers.

SAFFRON: The infusion, drunk snables you to foresee the future.

STAR ANISE: The seeds are burned as incense to increas psychic powers.

STILLENGIA: Burn the root to develop psychic powers.

SUMBUL: Burn to increase pyschic powers.

THYME: Worn, thyme aids in developing psychic powers.

YARROW: The flowes are made into an infusion and the resulting tea is drunk to improve psychic power.

YERBA SANTA: Carried to increase pyschic powers.


ASH: The leaves of the ash when placed beneath the pillow induce prophetic dreams.

BAY: Bay leaves are placed beneath the pillow to induce prophetic dreams.

BRACKEN: If the root is placed beneath the pillow it causes solutions of problems to appear in dreams.

BUCHU: Frankincense mixed with buchu is burned directly befor retiring to produce prophetic dreams. Only a small amount should be burned, and this must be in the bedroom.

CINQUEFOIL: If you find a cinquefoil spring with seven leaflets place

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