As 2020 approaches, my big goal for the coming year is to really immerse myself in herbalism. It’s something I am so passionate about that I am actually looking into taking courses for it and maybe doing it professionally.
The more I learn about any topic, though, the more I realize how hard it is to find the right words to learn more. Sometimes you just don’t know what you don’t know.
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After the new year, everyone is looking to create a new beginning. They are trying to cast off the old things that no longer serve them and find higher vibes, better hobbies, and even better friends and relationships.
This spell will help you to accomplish any and all of these by opening the door to new things and encouraging you to step through that door.
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Tea is an important part of many witch practices and spells. In fact, it’s one of my favorite tools for witchcraft. I might go so far as to call myself a tea witch at this point, and as I learn more about herbalism and consider getting a herbalist certification in the future, that is likely to become even more true.
But are there any deities linked specifically to tea? Is there a deity that tea witches can turn to for advice and guidance? Yes, there are a few deities that you can turn to!
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Herbs have many correspondences that can help you use them in spells. For instance, an herb may correspond with one of the 4 elements (Earth, Air, Fire, or Water), one of the planets, or one of the astrological signs.
Continue reading The Astrological Correspondences Of Herbs And Plants
When you go to the new age store, do you sometimes stare at the pretty bundles of sage? They’re wrapped up intricately, sometimes with other dried herbs like lavender. It’s such a pretty sight, but they leave you with questions.
What do you use that sage for? What is the purpose of sage, and when should you burn it?
Continue reading When Should A Witch Burn Sage?
These water element herbs are the perfect way to tap into the life-giving power of water. Cleanse and purify yourself and your home with magical herbs, and add them to water element spells.
The water element is sensitive and intuitive, and these herbs nourish our souls with these aspects.
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If you’re anything like me, you are dying to learn herbalism. Not only is herbalism an incredible way to deepen your witchcraft and magick expertise, but it can help you to care for and heal your family, your community, and yourself.
Two of the best ways to learn about herbalism is through books and videos on Youtube. There is a wealth of ancient and modern information on the use of plants for magick and healing in these resources. This list will give you the best books to pick up, and a future post will have the best herbalist Youtube videos.
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A Materia Medica is a system for keeping information about plants organized. The words mean “healing materials” in Latin.
These are journals that contain information about plants that will be helpful to you, including magickal correspondences, planetary and astrological correspondences, growth and care tips, and how to use them as medicine.
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Aphrodite, or Venus, is the popular goddess of love from Greco-Roman mythology. Many pagans are dedicated to her, and love spells that honor her are particularly potent. This Aphrodite Incense will honor this goddess and may just help you to gain her favor.
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These Earth element herbs are the perfect addition to spells for grounding, strength, peace, cleansing, and prosperity. The Earth element is the base element from which all other elements are formed, and thus it is creative and fertile in nature.
Continue reading Herbs and Plants for Witchcraft: Earth Element Herbs