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Niobe Second



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PostPosted: Sat Feb 13, 2010 11:11 pm    Post subject: Magical Herbs, Powders, Roots and more Reply with quote



Magical Herbs, Powders, Roots and more


Name of Herb: ABRUS SEEDS (LADY BUG BEAN, CRAB'S EYE, PRECATORY PEA, JEQUIRITY)
Use in Magic: A small red and black legume often carried in magic amulets for good luck.


Name of Herb: ACACIA LEAF
Use in Magic: Symbolizes the afterlife; the leaves are burned on charcoal to develop personal power.


Name of Herb: ALOES POWDER (BITTER ALOES)
Use in Magic: Used in a graveyard bottle spell to silence the lips of those who speak evil lies.


Name of Herb: AGRIMONY
Use in Magic: One of the few magic herbs believed to reverse a jinx, curse, or hex after it has been put on you.


Name of Herb: ALFALFA
Use in Magic: Kept in the home to protect against poverty; carried to the bank when you ask for a loan.


Name of Herb: ALKANET ROOT
Use in Magic: Ends the work of those who try to trouble your money matters or jinx your gambling luck.


Name of Herb: ALLSPICE BERRIES, GROUND
Use in Magic: Much used in magical spells prosperity, success, luck, and money gained through business ventures.


Name of Herb: ALLSPICE BERRIES, WHOLE
Use in Magic: Much used in magical spells prosperity, success, luck, and money gained through business ventures.


Name of Herb: ALTHAEA LEAVES
Use in Magic: To attract benevolent spirits to the home, to increase psychic ability, to heal and soothe.


Name of Herb: ALTHAEA ROOT
Use in Magic: To attract benevolent spirits to the home, to find treasure through psychic gifts.


Name of Herb: ANGELICA (ARCHANGEL, HOLY GHOST) whole root
Use in Magic: Enhances female magical power and strength, protects children.


Name of Herb: ANGELICA (ARCHANGEL, HOLY GHOST) root powder
Use in Magic: Enhances female magical power and strength, protects children.


Name of Herb: ANISE SEED
Use in Magic: A magick herb used to ward off the Evil Eye and also to increase personal psychic abilities.


Name of Herb: ARROW ROOT POWDER
Use in Magic: An old-time hand-dusting powder for gambling luck; combine with lucky Sachet Powders.


Name of Herb: ASAFOETIDA (DEVIL'S DUNG) powder
Use in Magic: Said to keep off diseases, evil spells, conjure work, and interfering law officers.


Name of Herb: ASPAND (ESPHAND, ESPAND, HARMAL, SYRIAN RUE) seed
Use in Magic: Used in ancient Zoroastrian and Muslim spiritual rites to protect from the evil eye.


Name of Herb: BALM OF GILEAD buds
Use in Magic: Comforts those who have lost in love, encourages the reconciliation of estranged lovers.


Name of Herb: BARBERRY
Use in Magic: Sprinkled in the paths of your enemies to bar their way and stop them following you.


Name of Herb: BASIL
Use in Magic: A magickal herb for money and success, happy family, and Peaceful Home; drives away the Evil Eye.


Name of Herb: BAY LEAF
Use in Magic: For protection and to avoid being jinxed, especially if you are doing a job on someone else.


Name of Herb: BAYBERRY ROOT chips
Use in Magic: Sprinkled on the money in your wallet to attract more money and good fortune to you.


Name of Herb: BEARBERRY (KINNIKINNICK) LEAF
Use in Magic: Native American spiritual smoke, also used as a psychic and spiritual incense and tea.


Name of Herb: BLACKBERRY LEAF
Use in Magic: Used to remove evil spirits from a home and to return evil to a person doing you harm.


Name of Herb: BLACK SNAKE ROOT (BLACK COHOSH ROOT) chips
Use in Magic: Provides magical protection and strengthens those who are weak, timid, afraid, or shy.


Name of Herb: BLESSED THISTLE
Use in Magic: Brewed into a magick herbal tea which is sprinkled around the home for protection from evil.


Name of Herb: BLOOD ROOT (RED PUCCOON ROOT)
Use in Magic: Strengthens family relations where "blood" ties bind you but respect is sometimes lacking.


Name of Herb: BLUE COHOSH ROOT (PAPOOSE ROOT)
Use in Magic: Used to protect people and places from evil; used by Native Americans to protect children.


Name of Herb: BLUE FLAG ROOT (WATER FLAG, SNAKE LILY)
Use in Magic: Used in money-drawing magic spells, for prosperity, and to bring wealth.


Name of Herb: BOLDO LEAF
Use in Magic: Said to repel and keep away evil spirits, bad customers, unruly people, and even diseases.


Name of Herb: BONESET (WHITE SNAKE ROOT) LEAF
Use in Magic: A famous magick herb that opposes unnatural illness and wards off snakes.


Name of Herb: BORAGE FLOWERS
Use in Magic: For peace in the home, tranquility in the family, and calm in domestic relationships.


Name of Herb: BROOM STRAWS
Use in Magic: To drive away witches and unwanted visitors; for magical protection from evil.


Name of Herb: BUCKEYE NUT, WHOLE
Use in Magic: Said to prevent rheumatism, arthritis, and headache, and to enhance male vigour.


Name of Herb: BURDOCK ROOT
Use in Magic: A cleansing, protective, and uncrossing magic herb, said to restore male nature.


Name of Herb: CALAMUS ROOT CHIPS
Use in Magic: Strong for winning in court and powerful to induce prophetic lucky number dreams.
(See Botanical Curios for WHOLE CALAMUS ROOTS)



Name of Herb: CALENDULA FLOWERS
Use in Magic: Strong for winning in court and powerful to induce prophetic lucky number dreams.


Name of Herb: CARAWAY SEED
Use in Magic: Believed to provide protection and to keep young children safe from illness and harm. $3.00
HER-CAL-SEED


Name of Herb: CARDAMOM SEED
Use in Magic: Used in magic spells intended to bring about lust, passion, and love in one not your mate.


Name of Herb: CASCARA SAGRADA BARK CHIPS
Use in Magic: Said to bring good luck and especially to help you win in court cases.


Name of Herb: CATNIP
Use in Magic: Used to captivate your lover with your special ways and to capture his or her heart.


Name of Herb: CEDAR WOOD CHIPS
Use in Magic: Used to draw a two-armed cross on the ground to peacefully cause an unwanted person to move.


Name of Herb: CELANDINE
Use in Magic: Said to keep off witches and law officers; helps one win in court by confusing opponents.


Name of Herb: CELERY SEED
Use in Magic: Believed by many to enhance latent psychic powers and to bring on prophetic dreams.


Name of Herb: CHAMOMILE FLOWERS (MANZANILLA)
Use in Magic: A magical herb used in gambling spells and washes, and also for uncrossing.


Name of Herb: Chaney Root (Chainey Root, Jamaican Sarsaparilla)
Use in Magic: Said to grant health, happiness and prolong life. $3.00
HER-CHN-ROOT


Name of Herb: CHERRY BARK
Use in Magic: Said to be efficacious in matters of love, romance, sexual attraction, and conjugal relations.


Name of Herb: CHIA SEED
Use in Magic: To stop gossip and back-biting; may be added to Slippery Elm Bark for this purpose.


Name of Herb: CINNAMON chips
Use in Magic: Believed to rapidly attract luck, money, and love; also for purification and protection.


Name of Herb: CINNAMON POWDER
Use in Magic: Sprinkled to attract luck, money, and love; also for purification and protection.


Name of Herb: CLOVER FLOWERS, RED
Use in Magic: Used in love-magic, for a prosperous marriage, and to insure conjugal felicity.


Name of Herb: CLOVER FLOWERS, WHITE
Use in Magic: A magick herb used for personal purification and to drive away evil influences.


Name of Herb: CLOVES, whole
Use in Magic: Said to attract good luck to your home, to stop gossip, and to help sustain friendships.


Name of Herb: COLTSFOOT HERB
Use in Magic: Burned with other magic herbs to aid psychic visions; removes sickness and mental problems.


Name of Herb: COMFREY LEAF
Use in Magic: Helps you hold onto the money you have or the money that you win while gambling.


Name of Herb: COMFREY ROOT
Use in Magic: Carried for safety and good health while travelling or when away from home.


Name of Herb: CORIANDER SEEDS
Use in Magic: To draw love to you, to stimulate passion, and to keep your lover faithful to you.


Name of Herb: COREOPSIS FLOWERS
Use in Magic: Golden coin-shaped dried flowers are used in gambling and money-luck baths and spells.


Name of Herb: COUCH GRASS (WITCH GRASS, DOG GRASS)
Use in Magic: Used in binding spells, both for love-magic and for evil purposes.


Name of Herb: CUBEB BERRIES
Use in Magic: Used to control a lover and to increase sexual heat; will also help you meet a new mate.


Name of Herb: CUMIN SEEDS
Use in Magic: Believed to keep evil and bad luck away from your home, to keep your lover faithful.



Name of Herb: DAMIANA
Use in Magic: Used to draw a new lover, to intensify sexual passion, or to bring back a straying lover.


Name of Herb: DANDELION ROOT, WHOLE
Use in Magic: Drunk as herb tea or carried in a bag to enhance psychic dreams and second sight.


Name of Herb: DEER'S TONGUE
Use in Magic: Used to get someone to love you, to obtain a proposal of marriage, also for court cases.


Name of Herb: DEVIL POD (BAT NUT)
Use in Magic: For strong protection from evil; also used as an offering to dark forces.


Name of Herb: DEVIL'S SHOE STRINGS
Use in Magic: For protection from crossing and gossip, for gambling luck, for job getting.


Name of Herb: DILL LEAF
Use in Magic: For folks crossed or jinxed in love, and for men who have had their nature taken away.


Name of Herb: DILL SEED
Use in Magic: To make you irresistible to the one you desire, and also to help you win in court.


Name of Herb: DITTANY OF CRETE
Use in Magic: Fed to the one you love to promote desire; burned to bring a vision of your future mate.


Name of Herb: DRAGON'S BLOOD CURIO chunks
Use in Magic: A magical plant resin carried for good luck, for making magic pacts, and to attract riches.


Name of Herb: Earth Smoke / Fumitory Herb
Use in Magic: Used as a money drawing incense herb.


Name of Herb: ELDER FLOWERS
Use in Magic: Sprinkled around property or carried for protection from criminals and from the law.


Name of Herb: ELECAMPANE
Use in Magic: A famous magical love herb; one of the three ingredients in Medieval True Love Powder.


Name of Herb: EUCALYPTUS
Use in Magic: To drive away pestiferous people and also for personal cleansing after contact with evil.


Name of Herb: FENNEL SEEDS
Use in Magic: For protection, to keep the law away, to strengthen a women's courage, to prevent curses.


Name of Herb: FENUGREEK SEED
Use in Magic: Carried with your money for prosperity, increase in wages, lucky money-finding, and wealth.


Name of Herb: FERN
Use in Magic: Used to prevent jinxes, to remove evil spirits from the home, to help ward off burglars.


Name of Herb: FEVERFEW
Use in Magic: A magic herb carried by clumsy or accident prone people to protect them from harm.


Name of Herb: FIVE FINGER GRASS
Use in Magic: For success in all the things that five fingers can do, to get others to do you favours.


Name of Herb: FLAX SEED
Use in Magic: Used to increase psychic abilities and mental powers, and for protection of children.


Name of Herb: GARLIC CLOVES (AJO JAPONES)
Use in Magic: Protective, powerful, and edible; used in cooking and to repel all manner of evil.


Name of Herb: GENTIAN ROOT CHIPS
Use in Magic: A love-drawing herb; carried in a conjure bag with the name of the one you desire.


Name of Herb: GINGER ROOT (JAMAICA GINGER)
Use in Magic: Fiery protection from evil magic; also heats up love affairs and sexuality.


Name of Herb: GINSENG ROOT (WONDER OF THE WORLD) POWDER
Use in Magic: For male vigour and nature, good luck in gambling, and to control your mate.


Name of Herb: GINSENG ROOT (WONDER OF THE WORLD)
Use in Magic: For male vigour and nature, good luck in gambling, and to control your mate.


Name of Herb: GOLDEN SEAL ROOT THREADS
Use in Magic: A magic herb used by those who seek wisdom, strength, and beauty, also better health.


Name of Herb: GRAINS OF PARADISE (GUINEA GRAINS)
Use in Magic: For good luck, protection of the house, to get a job, and to make wishes come true.


Name of Herb: GRAVEL ROOT CHIPS
Use in Magic: Carried when looking for a new job or when asking your boss for a raise or benefits.


Name of Herb: HAWTHORN BERRIES, WHOLE
Use in Magic: Sprinkle around the home to keep another person from trying to become your spouse's lover.


Name of Herb: HOLLY LEAVES
Use in Magic: For magic spells of protection of the home, to invite helpful spirits into the household.


Name of Herb: HONEYSUCKLE FLOWERS
Use in Magic: A twining vine with sweet-smelling flowers, it is used to entangle and tie a lover to you.


Name of Herb: HOPS FLOWERS, WHOLE
Use in Magic: Aids peaceful sleep when placed in the pillow; ends nightmares, brings beneficial dreams.


Name of Herb: HOREHOUND
Use in Magic: Said to keep off wild animals and packs of dogs around the home; medical aid for coughs.


Name of Herb: HUCKLEBERRY LEAVES
Use in Magic: Said to make your dreams come true; used by gamblers to produce lucky number dreams.


Name of Herb: HYSSOP
Use in Magic: A purification herb, for home cleansing, to put an end to crossed conditions, to take off a jinx.


Name of Herb: IRISH MOSS WHOLE PIECES
Use in Magic: To bring continuous good luck and a steady flow of money in business and gambling.


Name of Herb: Jasmine Flowers
Use in Magic: Said to aid in the reception of psychic dreams and to enhance the power of love herb mixtures.


Name of Herb: JEZEBEL ROOT, WHOLE
Use in Magic: Attracts men with money; also used in the famous curse of Jezebel against enemies.


Name of Herb: JOB'S TEARS
Use in Magic: Seven seeds used in a special seven-day magic spell to grant an important wish.


Name of Herb: JOHN THE CONQUEROR ROOT CHIPS AND PIECES
Use in Magic: For use in luck-magic spells and for making your own John the Conquer dressing oil
(See Botanical Curios for WHOLE JOHN THE CONQUEROR ROOT)



Name of Herb: JUNIPER BERRIES
Use in Magic: To increase virility in men, enhance sensuality in women, and to attract physical love.


Name of Herb: KNOT WEED (LADIES' THUMB)
Use in Magic: To bind, restrict or control a person's movements; to symbolically tie things down.


Name of Herb: LAVENDER FLOWERS
Use in Magic: To promote passion, romance, harmony, friendship, and cooperation with a lover.


Name of Herb: LEMON LEAVES
Use in Magic: For "cut-and-clear" spells to remove old conditions and open the way to draw a new lover.


Name of Herb: LEMON GRASS LEAVES
Use in Magic: For protection and to increase the power of all amulets; also for a good sexual time.



Name of Herb: LEMON MINT (BERGAMOT MINT)
Use in Magic: To break up bad conditions and promote health; to draw a new lover.


Name of Herb: LEMON VERBENA
Use in Magic: To magically break up or casue discord and strife between two people.


Name of Herb: LICORICE ROOT SLICES
Use in Magic: To gain power over others and control them; also to change someone's mind.


Name of Herb: LIFE EVERLASTING, YELLOW
Use in Magic: Brewed into an herbal tea that is drunk daily for longer life.


Name of Herb: LITTLE JOHN TO CHEW, CHEWING JOHN (GALANGAL) ROOT, POWDER
Use in Magic: Chew and spit this famous magic root to win in court.


Name of Herb: LITTLE JOHN TO CHEW, CHEWING JOHN (GALANGAL) ROOT, WHOLE
Use in Magic: Chew and spit this famous magic root to win in court.


Name of Herb: LOTUS ROOT SLICED
Use in Magic: Used in Lunar magical workings, for love, and for protection.


Name of Herb: LOVAGE ROOT (BO' HOG ROOT) SLICES
Use in Magic: To attract a lover of the opposite gender for romance and sexual passion.



Name of Herb: MAGNOLIA LEAVES
Use in Magic: Placed under the mattress for marital happiness, fidelity, and mutual sexual attraction.


Name of Herb: MANDRAKE ROOT (MAYPOPS)
Use in Magic: A famous root used by conjurers to create love-dolls and also for money-drawing magic.


Name of Herb: MARJORAM
Use in Magic: To drive off those who would harm your family; to protect home or business from jinxes.


Name of Herb: MASTER OF THE WOODS
Use in Magic: For mastery, strength, and control over adversaries, also used to prepare a healing oil.


Name of Herb: MASTER ROOT, PIECES
Use in Magic: A power enhancing herb for protection, psychism, luck, and to command respect from all.
(See Botanical Curios for WHOLE MASTER ROOTS)


Name of Herb: MINT
Use in Magic: An herb said to break hoodoo spells and jinxes and to gain mental strength during times of difficulty.


Name of Herb: MISTLETOE
Use in Magic: Sacred herb of the Druids; one of the three ingredients in Medieval True Love Powder.


Name of Herb: MOJO BEAN (ST. JOSEPH WISHING BEAN), WHOLE
Use in Magic: Carried for luck; used in magic spells to make wishes come true.


Name of Herb: MOTHERWORT HERB
Use in Magic: For the magical protection of women and children; to bring peace to the home and family.


Name of Herb: MUGWORT (ARTEMISIA) HERB
Use in Magic: Burned and inhaled for psychic abilities, made into tea to wash amulets and crystals.


Name of Herb: MULLEIN
Use in Magic: Used in "dark arts" spells and conjurations; burned with incense when raising spirits.


Name of Herb: MUSTARD SEED, BLACK (BROWN)
Use in Magic: To disrupt the activities of unwanted associates or troublesome, meddling people.


Name of Herb: MUSTARD SEED, WHITE (YELLOW)
Use in Magic: A symbol of faith, carried for protection and to keep trouble away.


Name of Herb: NETTLE
Use in Magic: A strong jinx-breaker herb when used as a sprinkle or brewed and drunk as a tea.

Name of Herb: NUTMEG, WHOLE
Use in Magic: A most powerful lucky charm is made from it by gamblers to bring in the winnings.


Name of Herb: OREGANO
Use in Magic: A magical herb said to keep the law away; also used to keep troublesome in-laws away.


Name of Herb: PASSION FLOWER HERB
Use in Magic: Symbolic of clinging love and of the crucifixion; brings peace and blessings to the home.


Name of Herb: PATCHOULI LEAF
Use in Magic: Used in both love-drawing and money-drawing magic rites, and to break jinxes.


Name of Herb: PEACH TREE LEAF
Use in Magic: An herb used to help students pass tests and to increase studious concentration.


Name of Herb: PENNYROYAL HERB
Use in Magic: To keep peace in the home, end family troubles, and help solve marital problems.


Name of Herb: PEONY ROOT slices
Use in Magic: To protect against misfortune, bolster health, break jinxes, and draw good fortune.


Name of Herb: PEPPER, BLACK
Use in Magic: To get rid of evil or to cast evil onto someone; to make someone move out of your way.


Name of Herb: PEPPER, RED flakes
Use in Magic: To make problems for someone, cause a break-up, make them move out; also for cleansing.


Name of Herb: PEPPER, RED whole pods
Use in Magic: To make problems for someone, cause a break-up, make them move out; also for cleansing.


Name of Herb: PERIWINKLE
Use in Magic: Placed under the mattress for love; carried to attract money and to dispel the Evil Eye.


Name of Herb: PINE NEEDLES
Use in Magic: A spiritual cleanser, draws steady money, drives out spirits, removes mental negativity.


Name of Herb: PLANTAIN LEAF
Use in Magic: A magick herb that is said to protect one against snakes and also against thieves.


Name of Herb: POPPY FLOWERS
Use in Magic: To induce psychic dreams and visions while you sleep; to confuse someone for love.


Name of Herb: POPPY SEEDS
Use in Magic: Used in magic spells to confuse someone; also used to dominate and morally weaken enemies.



Name of Herb: QUASSIA (BITTER ROOT) chips
Use in Magic: Used in controlling and domination spells to replace or augment the hair of the target.

Name of Herb: QUEEN ELIZABETH ROOT (ORRIS ROOT) WHOLE
Use in Magic: A famous hoodoo root used to attract men and to cause them to love you.
(See Botanical Curios for EXTRA LARGE WHOLE QUEEN ELIZABETH ROOTS)



Name of Herb: QUEEN ELIZABETH ROOT (ORRIS ROOT) POWDER
Use in Magic: Powdered hoodoo root used to attract men and to cause them to love you.


Name of Herb: RASPBERRY LEAVES
Use in Magic: Used in an herbal spiritual bath by women so that their men will not want to wander.

Name of Herb: RATTLESNAKE MASTER (CORN SNAKE ROOT, ERYNGO)
Use in Magic: For magickal protection from actual and symbolic "snakes in the grass".

Name of Herb: RICE, GREEN, WITH SHREDDED U.S. DOLLARS (LUCKY GREEN RICE)
Use in Magic: For use in a magic spell to being prosperity to the home and draw customers to a business.


Name of Herb: ROSE BUDS
Use in Magic: For conjugal love; combined with lavender and red clover tops in love-drawing spells.


Name of Herb: ROSE PETALS
Use in Magic: For good luck in love; also to remove any kind of love-jinxing someone has done to you.


Name of Herb: ROSEMARY
Use in Magic: Protects against evil, cleanses, ensures fidelity; gives a woman domination in the home.


Name of Herb: RUE (RUTA, RUDA)
Use in Magic: To break curses, hexes, or jinxes that have been cast upon you; to ward off the Evil Eye.


Name of Herb: SAFFLOWER PETALS
Use in Magic: Burned for love by gay men; mixed with Sampson Snake Root to draw a dominant lover.


Name of Herb: SAGE
Use in Magic: For wisdom, discernment, and decision-making; keeps off the Evil Eye; reverses magic spells.


Name of Herb: SAMPSON SNAKE ROOT CHIPS
Use in Magic: A root of power and strength, especially for men; used in making Jack-balls and mojos.


Name of Herb: SARSAPARILLA ROOT CHIPS
Use in Magic: For health, to draw money, to bless a house, and to arouse sexual passion.


Name of Herb: SASSAFRAS ROOT CHIPS
Use in Magic: Carried in wallet near money, helps you control and make your money go further.


Name of Herb: SELF HEAL (ALL-HEAL) LEAVES
Use in Magic: A magical herb believed to aid in matters of physical health and to cleanse the sick.


Name of Herb: SENECA SNAKE ROOT (MILKWORT, RATTLESNAKE ROOT)
Use in Magic: A magic herb to protect from liars, false friends, backbiters, and "snakes in the grass."


Name of Herb: SENNA LEAF
Use in Magic: Used to draw love from someone unaware of your interest, also for faithful love.


Name of Herb: SENNA PODS
Use in Magic: Mixed with other herbs to make a rinse water for laundry that keeps a lover faithful.


Name of Herb: SKULLCAP HERB
Use in Magic: To encourage fidelity; also used to magically attract gifts of money.



Name of Herb: SLIPPERY ELM BARK
Use in Magic: To stop all types of slander, gossip, and back-biting by strangers, neighbors, and family.


Name of Herb: SNAKE WEED (BISTORT, SMART WEED)
Use in Magic: For luck and money; to protect against snakes and false friends.



Name of Herb: SOLOMON'S SEAL ROOT CHIPS
Use in Magic: To increase wisdom and make wise decisions; for success; for protection.


Name of Herb: SPANISH MOSS
Use in Magic: Strange, grey plant used to stuff doll-babies ("voodoo dolls") and for enemy-work.


Name of Herb: SPIKENARD
Use in Magic: A noted love-herb, mentioned in the Bible and often used love spells, oils, and incenses.


Name of Herb: SQUAW VINE (PARTRIDGE BERRY) HERB
Use in Magic: Used by pregnant women to protect an unborn baby from being "marked" by jealous eyes.


Name of Herb: STAR ANISE
Use in Magic: Stops misfortunes, increases psychic power, brings back a lost love, increases good luck.

Name of Herb: SUMAC BERRY
Use in Magic: To be given a reduced sentence or fine in court cases; for making triple-strength Peace Water.


Name of Herb: TANSY
Use in Magic: Said to protect against the police, DEA, or INS looking into one's affairs.

Name of Herb: TEN BARK (CINCHONA) CHIPS
Use in Magic: To ward off or reduce the effects of unnatural illnesses caused by tricking or hexing.

Name of Herb: THYME
Use in Magic: To make money grow and stay with you; to promote good health; to stop nightmares.


Name of Herb: TOBACCO (BLACK CANDLE TOBACCO)
Use in Magic: To win in court; to reach folks when you don't know where they are.


Name of Herb: TONKA BEAN (LOVE-WISHING BEAN)
Use in Magic: Whole beans in pod; used in magic spells to make love-wishes come true; 3 per packet.


Name of Herb: VANDAL ROOT (VALERIAN ROOT) CHIPS
Use in Magic: Used in raising demonic spirits, making pacts, and casting evil spells.


Name of Herb: VERBENA (VERVAIN)
Use in Magic: One of the three herbal ingredients in magical Medieval True Love Powder.


Name of Herb: VIOLET LEAF CUT AND SIFTED
Use in Magic: Used in magic spells to heal a broken heart and to attract a new love to you.


Name of Herb: VIOLET LEAF WHOLE
Use in Magic: Worn in the shoe to attract a new lover, bring back a lost love, or heal a broken heart.



Name of Herb: WAHOO ROOT BARK CHIPS
Use in Magic: Used in a special magical rite of uncrossing, to take off jinxes and tricks.


Name of Herb: WALNUT LEAF
Use in Magic: An herb that is used in hexing, jinxing, crossing, and break-up spells.



Name of Herb: WALNUT DRIED WHOLE IN HUSKS 9 per package
Use in Magic: Used in a magic spell to rid oneself of ties to the past, to remove obsessive love.

Name of Herb: WHITE OAK BARK CHIPS
Use in Magic: Brewed into an herbal tea in which one bathes for purification, jinx-removal, and cleansing.


Name of Herb: WILLOW LEAF
Use in Magic: Brewed into an herbal tea in which one bathes for purification, jinx-removal, and cleansing.


Name of Herb: WINTERGREEN
Use in Magic: Draws money and good luck; aids in sexual matters; used to smoke gambling halls.


Name of Herb: WOOD BETONY
Use in Magic: Protective against evil spirits and disease; burned with Agrimony to reverse jinxes.


Name of Herb: WORMWOOD
Use in Magic: Protective magic herb, prevents accidents; stimulates psychic visions and contact with spirits.



Name of Herb: YARROW FLOWER, WHOLE FLOWER HEADS
Use in Magic: Breaks curses, increases psychic power, and stimulates courage in dangerous situations.


Name of Herb: YELLOW DOCK ROOT WHOLE
Use in Magic: Native Americans have preferred this root for the creation of effigy dolls for love.


Name of Herb: YERBA SANTA
Use in Magic: The name means Holy herb; kept on altars as an offering; brewed into a cleansing herb tea.
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 17, 2010 5:44 am    Post subject: Reply with quote



Bottle Spells

A prosperity spell fixed and prepared in a specially hand-painted bottleBottle Spells are spells that a hoodoo rootworker worked within a glass bottle. One well known form of bottle spell is the old English "witch bottle." Dating back to the 1600s, these are bottles filled with nails, hair, and urine that were buried beneath doorsteps or placed up the chimney to keep away witches. Similar witch bottles are still made and used in contemporary hoodoo practice.

As prepared by spiritual root doctors, bottle spells may contain a variety of curios such as herbs, minerals, petition papers, and personal concerns. Depending on what they contain and how they are prepared, they can be used to cast magical spells for a wide variety of purposes, including love drawing, money drawing, court case and legal work, blessing, Hot Footing bad neighbors or co-workers, protection, binding enemies, breaking up couples, and ensuring peaceful home situations.

The type of bottle that your rootworker chooses is both a matter of personal inclination and tradition. It is highly traditional for bottle spells made that are intended for Hot Footing and break-up work to be crafted within used hot sauce bottles, and for binding and gossip-stopping spells to be worked inside used vinegar bottles. Conjure doctors who have artistic talents may also create hand-decorated bottles for their clients, using paint, decoupage, gilding, and fabric applique, or glitter. This is especially true when the spell-casting that the conjure doctor is performing is of a positive or protective nature.

When consecrating bottle spells, some workers speak a prayer or curse over each curio that they insert into the bottle, as they deem appropriate to the client's needs. They may then burn a small candle in the bottle's mouth prior to the work being sealed and again prayed over or cursed, as needed.

The finished bottle may be sent to the client for use on a home altar or for burial or placement in a freezer, or disposal at a crossroads or in a river, as instructed, or it may be retained by the rootworker on his or her working altar for continued and ongoing spiritual spell-casting and candle-work. To keep a bottle spell on the altar "awake" and working, your conjure doctor may shake the bottle rhythmically once a day as a cadenced prayer or invocation is sung or spoken aloud.
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Jar Spells

A jar spell in which incense is being burned before completion and sealing.Jars are similar to bottles, but the necks are wider, allowing for the insertion of larger items. Mason jars, canning jars, and jam jars are the types most often seen in practical use, but any type of jar will do.
The best known jar spells are honey jars, which hoodoo rootworkers employ when they want to sweeten people and situations on behalf of a client, and vinegar jars, which conjure doctors may prepare to sour a client's enemies or foes, thereby causing them to fuss and fight with one another.

Instead of burning a candle in the mouth of the jar, as one might do with a bottle spell, the root doctor typically burns candles on the lid after the jar is fixed, sealed, and prayed over. Some hoodoo rootworkers keep prepared jar spells on their altar for their clients, charging a fee for continued weekly prayers and candle burning Some conjure workers prepare jar spells for their clients with instructions for use and a supply of candles, and the clients then work the jars in their own homes, which may include placing them in a freezer, or disposing of them at a crossroads or in a river.
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Potted Plant Spells

Potted citrus trees make excellent doorway guardians when planted in magically fixed and prepared containersWhen a candle cannot be burned on a honey jar, due to the need to keep one's work private, it is quite common for the root doctor to prepare a sweetening spell inside a hollowed-out red apple or red onion, place the loaded and prepared apple or onion in the bottom of a flower pot, fill the pot with soil, and plant an herb, flower, or fern in the pot. The potted plant is thus a container spell.
Potted plants are easy to use, under the proper circumstances. For instance, if there is gossiping on your job between co-workers and managers and you feel that you are getting frozen out of the social arena and that the gossiping may have a negative impact on your chances for career advancement, then you can ask your hoodoo rootworker to prepare a protective, sweetening, gossip-stopping, boss-fixing, and crown-of-success type empowered, fixed, and prepared talisman or enchanted jewelry to wear or a mojo hand to carry on the job, but you can also significantly increase the impact of such work if also back it up with a secretly fixed office-friendly container spell of some kind that will continue to work its magic even when you are not in the room. A potted plant spell is a common and extremely effective holder for this kind of work, as is a fixed and prepared family photo in a frame.

The species of plant your rootworker selects for the container, and the instructions that will be given to you about the container's placement are important aspects of the work. Citrus plants, for instance, are associated with spiritual cleansing, road opening spells, and cutting away of warding off negative influences, so a prepared spell in the base of a potted citrus plant that is situated by the entrance to a home will act as a powerful guardian and will spiritually purify those who enter. Contrariwise, cayenne pepper is used to hot foot and send unwanted people away, so a potted plant spell prepared for protection and hot footing of a bad neighbor might take the form of a cute ornamental chili pepper plant in a pot, with the spellwork contained out of sight. Such a plant could also be used in an office setting, to ward off disliked co-workers.
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Box Spells

A box spell made of mirrors turned inward to reverse and bind evil spells onto the woman who sent them to a rootworker's clients; the final mirror, which will form the mirror box lid, is at leftThe most famous box spells are mirror-boxes, which are used to confine an evil-doer and reflect and reverse all curses back to the sender, and coffin spells, which are used to curse an enemy to the grave. Both mirror box spells and coffin spells may be buried in a cemetery after they are prepared, with petitions for the work to be held under thr ground by spirits of the dead. These works are usually prepared for clients by an experienced root doctor, working by the light of a black candle.

Sweetening or souring spells may be worked with boxes as well. For instance, a rootworker may use a box of sugar instead of a honey jar as a container for a sweetening spell.
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Mo[color=blue]jo Bags and Conjure Hands

A mojo bag -- also called a conjure hand, gree-gree bag, toby, nation sack, trick bag, wanga, or roots bag, is a small contained spell traditionally prepared by a spiritual worker for a client and covered with red flannel or chamois leather. Typically, the mojo bag is worn on the body or placed inside the home or car where it cannot be seen.


Red Flannel Mojo Bag containing Roots, Herbs, and MineralsMojo hands, trick bags, gris-gris, jomos, conjure sacks, tobies, jack balls, and nation sacks are charm-spells that are made, prepared, and fixed into a small bag or ball that clients can carry on their person.
Hoodoo practitioners make mojo bags and conjure hands for clients who are in need of good luck, a happier love-life, more money, protection from evil, increased personal power, a better job, or other improvements in life. Conjure doctors and hoodoo rootworkers who craft mojos and jacks for their clients are often called "toby makers."

Regional names for mojo bags, or for specific types of mojos, include gree-gree or gri-gri (a Bantu word typically spelled gris-gris by those who come from France), mojo hand, conjure bag, roots bag, conjure hand, toby, trick bag, jomo, and nation sack. In Haiti, the usual name for this sort of charm bag among those of African descent is a wanga, oanga, or wanger. They are also called pakets.

The most common covering for a mojo is red flannel, because red is considered a lucky colour for a large number of life's conditions. Other colours of flannel or cloth may be used instead, including green (for money), blue (for peacefulness), or white (for blessings and safety). Brocade drawstring bags (sometimes called "Chinese luck bags") and chamois (or "shammy") leather bags are also popular with gri-gri makers. Many spiritual practitioners sew a amulet or charm on the outside of the bag to signify its purpose.
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What's inside a Mojo Bag?

A custom mojo for marriage.
A hand-written petition for lottery wining, written on gold-foil Chinese joss paper, with black cat hair, an alligator foot, a silver dime, bone dice, and a nutmeg, that will go into the making of a lucky gambler's mojo bag
A Devil Hand Mojo being prepared
Fixing and preparing a mojo bag with seven red candles
A money mojo prepared with a Chinese cash coin, ready for dedication on a money altar
Preparing a mojo hand for love with a name paper, red candles, Dixie Love oil, roses, and love-drawing roots
Sam "Lightnin" Hopkins, composer and performer of the famous blues song "Mojo Hand"From the outside, the Mojo is a small bag, often made of red flannel cloth or soft chamois leather and tied with a drawstring, but when you look inside, you will find that it is a type of contained spell or magic charm, containing botanical, zoological, and/or mineral curios, petition papers, and the like, which have been selected, hand-blended, prayed over, and set working to accomplish the type of magical task that the root doctor has prescribed for the client.
In addition to herbs, roots, and minerals, some of the more common spiritual ingredients found in conjure hands include name-papers, written petitions or prayers, magical seals, talismans or charms, personal concerns such as hair or fingernail clippings, lucky coins, and lucky dice. It is a common practice to include an odd number of items in the bag, but this is not a hard-and-fast rule.

How the Mojo Hand is Fixed and Prepared for the Client
After the mojo hand is assembled, the rootworker will fix and prepare it for you. As with all contained spells, there are many individual ways that conjure doctors perform this rite, including breathing into the mojo bag, smoking it in incense, passing it over a candle flame, and praying over it.

The tying of the bag is an important part of its making, as this keeps within it the spirit whose aid is being sought. In addition, a small talisman or charm may be sewn on the outside of the bag.

Once fixed and prepared, the toby is "fed" to keep it working, generally with a liquid, such as a perfume, an anointing oil, or whiskey.

When your rootworker fixes your conjure hand and sends it to you, you will be instructed on how to use it, how to pray over it, and how to keep it fed with a few drops of any of the above liquids, or, in some cases, a drop of your urine.

How to Use Your Mojo
Once you get your mojo, you should keep it out of sight -- and especially out of the range of touch -- of others. A mojo is typically worn by a person under the clothes, for it is said that if someone touches your mojo bag, its luckiness will be "killed." When you are not carrying your conjure bag, you can keep it hidden away somewhere safe.

In many cases, upon receiving your mojo bag you will need to personalize it -- that is, you will need to add an appropriate personal concern to the bag, dress it with oil, whisky, Hoyt's Cologne, or another appropriate liquid, and smoke it in incense. In some cases along with a personal concern the client is asked to add their petition as well. Directions for this process of personalizing your bag should be provided to you by your worker. Feeding the bag -- dabbing it with liquid and in smoke, speaking to to it, and praying over it -- is a ritual that most folks do on their bags once a week to keep them working.
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[i]Mojo Hands are Made for Many Conditions and Situations


Southern-style mojo hands can be carried for a number of reasons, including to draw love or friendship, to bring good luck or success in gambling and other money matters, or to protect the bearer from evil or crossed conditions. A mojo bag can also be prepared for use in more nefarious spell-craft, such as to render a man impotent except when with his spouse by tying his nature.

One fun way to understand that are made for all sorts of purposes is to check out the references to mojo bags in African American blues music:

Good Luck: In "Spider's Nest Blues" by Hattie Hart and the Memphis Jug Band, Hart wants to go to New Orleans to get her toby (mojo) "fixed" because she is "having so much trouble" -- the mojo brought her good luck and its power is wearing off, as witnessed by the "bad luck" she is having.

Domination in Love: In "Mojo Hand" by Sam Lightnin' Hopkins, the singer complains about a woman who is "always raising sand" (causing arguments and fights) and he wants to get a mojo hand so that the women will "come under [his] command" -- in other words, he wants to rule, control, and dominate a woman instead of being the target of her bickering.

Protection of a Love Affair: In "Louisiana Hoo Doo Blues" by Ma Rainey, the mojo is protective of an established love relationship and the singer is going to Louisiana to get a mojo hand because she's "gotta stop these women from taking my man."

Luck in Gambling and Games of Chance: In "Little Queen of Spades" by Robert Johnson, the woman has a mojo and uses it to gamble at cards and win and the mojo explains her otherwise inexplicable winning streak: "everybody says she's got a mojo, 'cause she's been using that stuff."

Regaining a Lover from a Rival: In "Hoodoo Hoodoo" by John Lee Sonny Boy Williamson I, the mojo is used to break up a menage a trois: "I'm goin' down into Louisiana and buy me another mojo hand, all because I got to break up my baby from lovin' this other man."

Raising a Fuss: In "Mojo Boogie" by J. B. Lenoir, the narrator is given a jack (mojo) by his aunt but doesn't know how to use it: "I got one jack, sure is crazy / My aunt forgot to teach me, just how to operate it / I went to a night club, I was squeezing it tight / I believe that's the cause of them people's start to fight." The mojo in this case causes people to quarrel.

Ruling and Controlling a Lover: In "Hoodoo Lady Blues" by Arthur Crudup, the mojo is again protective of a relationship by causing a break-up with an outside lover. The narrator asks, "please give me a hoodoo hand; I wanna hoodoo this woman of mine, I believe she's got another man." As with Lightnin' Hopkins, what bothers the man is not sexual; rather it is the woman's argumentativeness: "Now, she squabbles all night long, she won't let me sleep / Lord, I wonder what in the world this woman done done to me."

Sexual Power: In several songs -- notably "Scarey Day Blues," "Talkin' to Myself," and "Ticket Agent Blues," all by Blind Willie McTell -- a woman has "got a mojo and she's tryin' to keep it hid." The hidden mojo is a metaphor for her hidden genitals and the male singer says that he's "got something to find that mojo with." The bag or purse-like mojo symbolizes female genitalia, and in this sexualized sense, mojos are more often associated with women than with men. In fact, it is interesting to note that the famous song "I've got my mojo working but it just don't work on you" was not intended by its composer, Preston Foster, as a song for Muddy Waters, who made it famous, for, in fact, the first recording of that song was by a woman, Ann Cole.
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Doll Babies, Voodoo Dolls, and Poppets

Doll-babies, dollies, voodoo dolls, and poppets are names given to a variety of figural images constructed by hoodoo rootworkers and intended to represent human beings upon whom a magical spell is to be cast or for whom spiritual work is to be performed. (The word "voodoo" in this case does not refer to the African Diasporic religion of Vodoun; it is simply a common name that was long ago applied to this style of doll.)
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Hand-Made and Stuffed Doll-Babies

A red hand-stuffed doll-baby prepared for coercive love magicThere are basically two kinds of hand-made doll babies used in hoodoo -- those that are personalized by attaching things to the outside and those that are hand-stuffed.

Things applied to the outside of a doll include a photograph or the hair of the target glued onto the head of the doll or a figural candle that represents the person. Things stuffed inside a doll can include an array of personal concerns, herbs, roots, minerals, and talismanic items.

The two styles of doll may also be combined, as in the case of a hand-stuffed doll-baby made of simple cloth, to which a photo of the target person's face is glued, or a figural candle to which a photo is glued, but which is also carved with words and hollowed out at the base and loaded with personal concerns and herbs.

An extremely personal form of hand-made doll can be crafted for a client by a rootworker who sews it from remnants of the discarded clothing of the the target person, and stuffs it with herbs, incense powder, and petitions. No matter how it is made, the hand-stuffed doll-baby functions both as a poppet or image of the target and as a container spell
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Toy Dolls and Commercial Dolls as Poppets


Baby Doll being named and baptized for a long distance infertility bathing ritual.Commercial baby-dolls or toy dolls, as well as ceramic figurines, are often prepared by experienced hoodoo practitioners as doll-babies or voodoo dolls on behalf of clients. Like hand-made dolls, commercial baby-dolls, toy dolls, and ceramic figurines may be dressed in clothing sewn from scraps of the target's clothing or stuffed with herbs and roots. When properly fixed and prepared, they can create strong and long lasting protection, enhance ongoing love work, and aid clients in matters of prosperity, protection, and healing.
Plastic or ceramic dolls are selected by many hoodoo rootworkers and spiritual practitioners when they are to performing a long-distance uncrossing or spiritual cleansing bath to remove crossed conditions and bad luck on behalf of a client or the client's selected target. When undertaking long-distance bathing of this type, some rootworkers use a plastic doll that can have the head removed and reattached. The spiritual practitioner will stuff the doll with herbs, roots, curios, photos, name papers and other objects to personalize the doll to the target, then name and baptize it before the bathing work is performed. Bathing a doll-baby in this manner can take as long as thirteen days to complete, the same length of time that a hoodoo practitioner might devote to an in-person client who requires a full uncrossing bathing ritual. After the work is completed, the doll may be retained by the rootworker for future use, if necessary, or it may be ritually disassembled in a respectful and grateful manner.


A vintage ceramic figurine of a small brown dog fixed and prepared with a pet's hair and protection herbs arouses no suspicions of spell-work when displayed on a knick-knack shelf.The specific styles of commercial doll that a hoodoo conjurer uses in spell casting for a client will depend on the nature of the work and the rootworker's personal aesthetics. Classic associations with certain types of dolls lend themselves to specific work, such as Ken and Barbie dolls for love spells or gothic "dead dolls" for crossing and cursing spells.

Hoodoo rootworkers who perform protection work or blessing spells on behalf of pets may choose to work with a hollow ceramic figurine that closely resembles the client's beloved animal companion. Such figurines are usually hollow, with a hole in the bottom, enabling the spiritual practitioner to load the statue with personal concerns and protective, blessing, or healing herbs as required. The figurine will then be named and baptized for the animal. Once the work is completed, the figurine may be retained or, at the client's request, it may be given or sent to the client, where it can be displayed on a knick-knack shelf or mantelpiece, with no one the wiser that it is now actually a powerful container spell.
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Linking the Doll to the Target

A handmade doll baby stuffed with herbsAs the rootworker crafts the doll, it is prayed over, sometimes with every stitch. Upon completion the practitioner gives it a name, baptizes it, causes it to be linked to the target, and commands it to follow all instructions given to it. What is told to the doll will be heard by the target. What is done to the doll will be done to the target. Wherever the doll is sent, the target must go.
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Working with the Doll


Once the doll has been linked to the target, the rootworker will proceed to the actual work of spell-casting on the doll, which may include actions such as blessing with a spiritual bath, binding or restraining with cods or string, sticking with pins to cause pain, or burial in a coffin to bring about death.

When figural candles serve as dollies they are often hollowed out at the base and loaded with personal concerns of the person to whom they are linked. After having been prepared, they may treated exactly as regular dolls would be handled, but the rootdoctor also has the extra option of choosing to finish the spell work by burning them as candle-dolls.
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Is there a REASON you're reposting all of the information from Cat Yronwode's Lucky Mojo site as if it's your own, or is it here just so people have access to it?
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