Anise (Pimpinella anisum)

Use this licorice scented seed in protection and meditationi incenses and in blends to cause spirits to gather. Sprinkle about a place to purify it of evil influences. more

Buckeye (Aesculus flava)


Buckeyes are kept in men's pockets as amulets for male luck, especially sexual luck. They can also serve as substitutes for whole nutmegs in hoodoo money drawing charms. Folk magicians... more

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Datura Seed (Datura stramonium)

Datura's sharp spiny "thornapple" seedpods and enchanting night blooming flowers belie the dual nature of this plant. One of the classic witching herbs, Datura is known for it's entheogenic... more

Grains of Paradise (Amomum villosus)

Grains of paradise are used in hoodoo, combined with little john to chew, to make a protective wash. By itself, it is used as a protective amulet when hung on doors, and is used in... more

Henbane Seed (Hyoscyamus niger)

Henbane is one of the traditional herbs of historic, medieval witchcraft. Sacred to Hecate, crowns of henbane were worn by the dead in Hades. It is said to bring storms when burned... more

Nutmeg (Myristica fragrans)

Nutmegs are carried as amulets to ward off illness, and are also included in many money drawing blends. An infusion of nutmeg will bring connectedness with others who drink it, and... more

Star Anise (Illicium verum)

Star anise seed pods are carried as amulets for good luck and prosperity. When burned as incense, it improves the psychic powers combine with nutmeg and wormwood for a pleasant incense... more