5 Herbs For Luck: Magic Herbs For The Eclectic Witch


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Using the right herbs for luck can make all the difference in your life.

When you are trying to land a new job, carrying pine needles with you can help you impress your interviewer, for instance.

The herbs I have listed below can be used in many ways to increase your luck.

Make sure not to ingest any herbs without knowing if they can interact with your medications or poison you, of course.

But if you plan to carry herbs, add them to incense, or use them in a spell, keep reading!

I use herbs for good luck any time I am trying something new.

I also use these magic herbs before I perform another spell, to increase its chances of success.

So if you’re interested in adding these herbs to your eclectic witch apothecary, keep reading!

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What Magic Herbs For Luck Can Do

Herbs for luck can have a general purpose, or a specific purpose.

For instance, mint is a general good luck herb.

However, mint is also specifically an incredibly powerful money herb.

Therefore, mint used in a spell for good luck in a new business, at a casino, or at a new job interview will improve the herb’s ability to change your luck.

This is true for all plants. When you use them based on their correspondences, you should keep their other correspondences in mind as well.

If you can use an herb that is suitable for your general purpose, as well as your specific need, you increase its potency.

Magic herbs for luck can do many amazing things to improve your life.

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Increase Your General Luck

We have all gone through an unlucky spell.

How can you tell when you’re unlucky? Well, everything just seems to be falling apart.

Your car breaks down, you lose your wallet, your girlfriend breaks up with you, and your mom writes you out of the will.

Oh, sure, all of these things could just be a coincidence. But if I’m being honest, I don’t believe in coincidence.

The magic herbs for luck below will help to balance out whatever it is that is causing your bad luck.

Of course, you should try to figure out the underlying cause. Turn to uncrossing spells or right whatever wrongs you have committed.

If you don’t do that, your bad luck will return pretty damn quick!

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Help Your Financial Situation

When you are trying to dig yourself out of a bad financial situation, lucky magic herbs can help make things just a little bit easier.

As I outlined above, these herbs can make it so you land a new job more easily.

Or they can help you to sign on new clients for your business.

You need only have a financial dream and lucky herbs to start bringing in more cash!

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Make You Lucky With Love

Have you just not been able to find a good guy in the past… ever?

The herbs below can be added to a magic sachet pouch and carried with you on a first date.

Or, they can be added to water. That water can be dabbed on a cloth that you use to cleanse your phone when you’re using a dating app.

With lucky magic herbs, better lovers will come your way.

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Make Your Spells More Potent

If you have an important spell but you’re worried it might fail, herbs for luck can help!

Of course, you need to work with yourself first. You don’t want to bring that negative vibe to your magic.

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Magical Herbalism For The Eclectic Witch

Finally, we come to the lucky herbs!

By building a strong relationship with these and other plants, you can add plant magic to your life.

If you want to deepen your relationship with these plants, you should do more than just use them in herbal witchcraft.

You should learn how to identify them. Maybe you should even grow them.

The more you know about them, the easier it is to work with their plant magic in your witchcraft.

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Herbs For Luck: Vervain

Also known as verbena, vervain is an herbaceous perennial plant.

In some Christian myths, it is said that vervain was used to lessen the blood that flowed from the wounds of Jesus on the cross.

That, they say, is where this plant gets its healing powers.

The word vervain comes from ferfaen, a Celtic word that means “to drive away stones”. This is because this plant is believed to be a helpful treatment for kidney stones.

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Magical Attributes

  • Astrology sign: Gemini
  • Planet: Venus
  • Element: Water
  • Gender: Feminine
  • Deities: Cerriden, Isis, Thor, Jupiter
  • Chakras: Heart and sacral

Vervain is said to increase the actions of other herbs when used in spells.

Worn around the neck, vervain is said to protect from headaches and snakebites. Carried, it protects against any baneful magic.

Vervain is also used in plant magic to rekindle a romance that is dying out.

When used in a tea, this wonderful herb fights against insomnia.

When bundled together, it can be used to clean the altar or around the home to remove negative energy.

Most importantly for those reading this article, burning the leaves of verbena attracts wealth and luck.

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Herbs For Luck: Pine

Strongly associated with the winter solstice, pine trees have been thought of as a plant of health and prosperity for centuries.

It association with luck may come from the fact that it is one of the few plants still green during the winter.

For that reason, it also represents having wealth even during hard times.

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Magical Attributes

  • Astrology sign: Aries / Scorpio
  • Planet: Mars
  • Element: Air
  • Gender: Masculine
  • Deities: Saturn, Astarte, Pan, Cybele

Aside from being a magical plant for good luck, it is also used in spells for prosperity, protection, and cleansing.

Pine will protect your home from negative elements. Especially if you burn pine needles and pine cones in your hearth.

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Herbs For Luck: Lemongrass

Lemongrass is a bright and fresh smelling herb with a beautiful essential oil. It is also used to lift moods when used in food, tea, and incense.

This plant removes negative energy, boosts our mood, aids in manifestation, and turns bad luck into good luck with ease.

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Magical Attributes

  • Astrology sign: Gemini
  • Planet: Mercury
  • Element: Air
  • Gender: Masculine
  • Deities: Aphrodite, Aine, Bastet, Rati, Freyja, Eros, Mami Wata

Lemongrass is said to repel dragons while also increasing lust, strength, and fidelity.

Great for personal growth spells and purification rituals.

It also gelps with psychic abilities.

For luck, its mood enhancing abilities makes manifestation much easier.

Just the scent of lemongrass will make you happier and raise your vibrations, making manifesting good luck simple and natural.

When used in spells, it is useful when you need to open the roads for your magical work.

It clears away obstacles and shows you the best path.

And it is well known for changing negative energy and bad luck into good luck.

Specifically, this herb is incredible when you need to change your luck in your love life!

Lemongrass is great for powering amulets, so use this herb for lucky amulets.

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Herbs For Luck: Peppermint

The large mint family is widespread all pver the world. It’s used in foods, drinks, and magic in many countries.

This plant was named after Minthe, the nymph lover of Hades. She was deeply jealous of Persephone when Hades chose her over Minthe.

Either Persephone or Demeter turned Minthe into a plant that was used in Greek funerary rites.

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Magical Attributes

  • Astrology sign: Virgo, Gemini, Libra
  • Planet: Venus, Mercury, Jupiter
  • Element: Fire and water
  • Gender: Masculine
  • Deities: Hades, Persephone, Hecate

This herb strengthens our psychic power.

The specific luck that mint brings to us is in our speaking.

Any speech will be aided by mint, including legal arguments, prayers, spells, speeches, presentations, vows of love, and arguments.

When carried in your pocket, it protects against bad luck and removes obstacles in your path to success.

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Herbs For Luck: Poppy

Poppy symbolizes oblivion, imagination, creativity, and eternal sleep.

For luck spells, however, you want to go specifically for yellow poppy.

This poppy represents wealth and success.

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Magical Attributes

  • Astrology sign: Cancer
  • Planet: Moon
  • Element: Water
  • Gender: Feminine
  • Deities: Hecate, Demeter, Kore, Hypnos, Thanatos, Nyx, Somnus, Ceres, Aphrodite

To use poppy for luck magic, carry the seeds in your pocket.

It is best used to bring luck in spiritual realms, as well as psychic awareness and fertility.

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Good Luck Candle Spell Using Magic Herbs For Luck

Lucky Plant Magic Spell

Turn your bad luck into good luck with this easy to use lucky herb magic spell.

Materials

  • 1 white candle
  • 1 or more herbs for luck (vervain, pine, lemongrass, peppermint, or poppy)
  • 1 sachet bag

Tools

  • Matches or lighter

Instructions

    1. Arrange the herbs for luck around your candle
    2. Reserve some for the sachet bag
    3. Light the candle
    4. Imagine golden, lucky light surrounding you, the candle, and the herbs.
    5. Pack the sachet bag with your reserved herbs.
    6. Say, "With plant magic, I draw luck to me. For my purposes, so mote it be."
    7. Leave the sachet bag filled with herbs near the candle until it goes out on its own.
    8. Carry the bag with you whenever you need a boost of luck.

Emma Kyteler

Emma has been practicing witchcraft so long she barely remembers a time before it. She feels as old as the stars. The Earth seems like an infant in comparison. Will she ever know peace? Probably not. But she will write blog posts about witchcraft for you. Emma is a mom, a wife, an eclectic witch, and dead but dreaming.

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