Herb’s Magical Properties: Hello friends, in today’s article I will talk about Herb’s Magical Properties. These herbs are often used for medicines and aromas purposes but here I am sharing some of their Magical Properties.
Agrimony: Itis well-known medicine of Bach Flower Remedies. Use in all defense sachets and spells, also throw out harmful forces and spirits. It guards against wickedness and negativity in the aura. Agrimony has also long been used to repeal spells sent against the magician; i.e. it not only breaks negative tools but also sends them back to the sender. Agrimony placed under the head will make one sleep well. All VK users use Shield of Seven Ray for this purpose.
Alfalfa: It is a famous homeopathy tonic. Keep its leaf or root in the home to protect it from poverty, scarcity, and hunger. It is best placed in the cupboard or pantry.
Amaranth: A crown of Amaranth flowers worn on the head speeds healing. The dried Amaranth flowers have been used to call forth the dead, and are also carried to cure the affections’; i.e. to mend a broken heart.
Angelica: Grown, the plant is shielding. Use in all safety and exorcism incenses. Sprinkle the four corners of the house with Angelica to ward off evil, or do this around the perimeter of the house. Added to the bath Angelica removes curses, hexes, and any spells that may have been cast against you. The root was carried in the pocket as a gambling talisman among some American Indian tribes. Angelica is also used in healing incenses and mixtures, and smoking the leaves is said to cause visions.
Anise: Fill a small pillowcase with Anise seeds and sleep on it. This will ensure that you have no nightmares. Use in protection and meditation incenses. Fresh Anise leaves placed in a room will drive off evil, and they are sometimes placed around the magic circle to protect the magician from evil spirits. It also wards off the evil eye. Anise seed is also used in cleansing baths, especially with bay leaves. It is used to call forth spirits to aid in magical operations, and a sprig hung on the bedpost will restore lost youth.
Blackberry: Here I am not talking about your mobile (jokes apart). A bramble bush that forms a natural arch is a great aid to magical healing. On a sunny day, crawl through the arch backward and then forward three times, going as nearly east to west as possible. This will cause boils, rheumatism, whooping cough, and even blackheads to disappear. The Blackberry leaves are used in spells of riches, as are the berries themselves and the vines are protective if grown. Use the leaves in meditation incenses and all mixtures designed to give wisdom.
Boneset: The plant wards off evil spirits. Make an infusion and sprinkle it about the house to drive away evil.
Borage: Carry the fresh blossoms to strengthen your bravery or place one in your buttonhole for protection when walking outdoors. A tea of Borage induces psychic powers.
Buchu: An infusion of Buchu, drunk, enables one to foretell the future. Frankincense mixed with Buchu is burned directly before retiring to produce prophetic dreams. Only a small amount should be burned, and this must be in the bedroom.
Buckthorn: It is used in legal matters (carried or worn to court, etc.) and as a general good luck generator.
Burdock: Cast around the home to ward off negativity. Add to protection incenses and use in such spells. Gather burdock roots in the waning Moon, dry them, and then cut them into small pieces. String these on a red thread-like bead and wear them for protection against evil and negativity. The leaves of the Burdock, when laid to the soles of the feet help to cure gout.