Herbs

Bay (Laurus nobilis)

Sacred to Apollo, bay was burned in the cave temple of the famed Oracle of Delphi, and garlands of bay leaves were used in the ancient world to crown victors. Use bay to help achieve... more

Damiana (Turnera diffusa)

Damiana has a sweet spicy scent, but soon turns smoky when burned. It is used in infusions as an aphrodisiac, and also to initiate deep visions. Mix with other more pleasant burning... more

Dittany of Crete (Origanum dictamnus)

Dittany of Crete

Dittany of Crete is a very rare herb that only grows wild on the island of Crete used in magical practice for the development of clairvoyance and for the materialization of spirits. more

Mistletoe (Viscum album)

Mistletoe is an ancient parasitic plant of magical power revered by the druids as the sperm of the sacred marriage. It is moderately toxic and the berries should not be ingested. ... more

Mugwort (Artemisia vulgaris)

A highly-esteemed magical plant, Mugwort is used in all manner of divination, scrying, dreaming and vision blends. An infusion of the herb is used to wash divination tools. more

Nettles (Urtica dioica)

Due to the stinging spines found on the leaves, nettles are a strong herb used in protective magic and jinx breaking. They were grown in Scotland for the stem fibers which were woven... more

Patchouli (Pogostemon cablin)

Patchouli has strong Earth energies with a unique scent you either love or hate. Use in money drawing blends, as well as lust inducing incense and oils. It can also be burned to aid... more

Scullcap (Scutellaria lateriflora)

Scullcap is a relaxing herb that quiets the mind and calms the body; try adding it to dreamer's tea or blends for trance. You can also experience its effects smoking; a blend of scullcap... more

Vervain, Blue (Verbena hastata)

Vervain is one of the Celts most sacred plants and sacred to Cerridwen. It is used for a large number of magical purposes, including love, protection, healing, and purification. In... more

Wormwood (Artemisia absinthum)

A close relative of mugwort, wormwood is the darker cousin. Once featured as an ingredient in Absinthe, it is considered by some to be a hallucinogen. Brew small amounts of wormwood into a tea to induce trance and burn over graves to summon the spirits o more

Yarrow (Achillea millefolium)

Named for the Greek hero Achilles, yarrow was widely used by soldiers from ancient times through the Civil War to stop bleeding and heal wounds. It is used for love spells as well... more

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