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If you are interested in, or practice any form, of folk magic–especially one that utilizes herbs, roots, or biological curios– then this book will most surely become an invaluable reference to you and provide you with a great deal of assistance in your efforts. Balm of Gilead Buds Use in Magic: Our all-time most popular Curios in one package, including: This book is a valuable resource for anyone who is interested in, well, hoodoo herb and root magic. As I type this review my wife has just read to me something about wearing bat blood around your neck for gambling luck.

Passion Flower Herb Use in Magic: Sage Leaves Use in Magic: Violet Leaves, Whole Use in Magic: Minerals sold in powder or grit form are put up in either plastic packets or foil packets.

For strong protection from evil; also used as an offering to dark forces.

Damiana Leaves Use in Magic: Said to attract good luck to your home, to stop gossip, and to help sustain friendships. The subject, the people, and the magic is quite considerable and calling. For protection, removal of jinxes, and clearing out evil messes in the home. This is real Hoodoo, nothing is held back or edited for readers who ascribe to the ‘harm none’ Rede associated with modern Wicca and Paganism.


It is costly, but well worth the expense. Said to repel and keep away evil spirits, bad customers, unruly people, and hoodooo diseases.

Aspand Esfand, Harmal Use in Magic: Spikenard Use in Magic: You must log in fat edit Common Knowledge data. To break up bad conditions and promote health; to draw a new lover.

Of course while there is no heavy duty ceremony there was an influence of grimoire magic back in the day.

Hoodoo Herb and Root Magic by Yronwode, Catherine

Breaks curses, increases psychic power, and stimulates courage in dangerous situations. Anise Seed Use in Magic: This saves time when looking for ways to use herbs that are available — and you can use these charts to find substitutions, if necessary.

Thyme Leaves Use in Magic: Used in both love-drawing and money-drawing magic rites, and to break jinxes. Ginger Root Jamaica ginger Use in Magic: Chia Seed Use in Magic: Used in divination, bone reading, and as a lucky charm, representing courage, “backbone,” resoluteness. Love spells, money spells, protection spells, revenge spells, healing spells, and formula recipes for magical anointing oils contributed by hundreds of usenet authors working in a variety of magical traditions.

I’m really happy to have it as a resource in my practice.

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Camphor Resin Incense Use in Magic: Not bad, per se, just not anything you can’t readily find in many other books. Garden of Joy Blues: Master Root, Pieces Use in Magic: The packets are same size as our regularly-priced herbs but these blends cost slightly more due to the labour involved in mixing and packing them.

Used in ancient Zoroastrian and Muslim spiritual rites to protect from the evil eye. For conjugal love; combined with lavender and red clover tops in love-drawing spells. But of course, you can’t really complain about free stuff.


To make money grow and stay with you; to fat good health; to stop nightmares.


Hoodoo powder and bath salt makers use the same herbal and floral essences that go into their condition oils, and they often add colouring as well, usually according to the same sort of colour-symbolism by which offertory candles are coloured. Said to keep off wild animals and packs of hronwode around the home; medical aid for coughs. For the pro and amateur alike, HHRM is the go-to source book for Hoodoo spell work as well as a testament to the tradition and a means of preservation.

Irish Moss Powder Use in Magic: These are traditional herbal resins burned as incense. Bayberry Root Chips Use in Magic: A spiritual cleanser, hrrb steady money, drives out spirits, removes mental negativity. Foil packet with instructions. Barberry Holy Thorn Use in Magic: Use hooxoo for court case spells, neutrality.

Used in money-drawing magic spells, for prosperity, and to bring wealth. To make you irresistible to the one you desire, and also to help you win in court. Used in divination, toot reading, and as a lucky charm, representing ancient or past form of the species; massive power, defensiveness, territoriality.

Contains 5 herbs alleged to blow apart blockages and obstacles that have been thrown in front of you. For use in money spells, to symbolize female genitalia, and for divination.

Plantain Leaves Use in Magic: