Herbology of Magic

Chia, super magic

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Chia, super magic

Chia seed is the seed from a species of Sage. It is popular along the Mexican border, where she is used to grow. Chia seed is generally known as a super food in the kitchen, but little people know what a power Chia seed is in magic.

Asafetida

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Asafetida

This blog is about a very unpleasant smelling herb: Devil’s dragon, or Asafetida. Although Asafetida has various possibilities in use, it is best known in our regions to burn the powdered herb as a protective incense.

Magic of Allspice (piment)

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Magic of Allspice (piment)

One of the things I like the most about Allspice is that this is a very versatile herb, ánd is find in most people’s cupboards. I am a big adversary of keeping your magic as simple as possible, and preferably to draw your magic out of your kitchen. Allspice is a wonderful spice that is used magically for the purpose of bringing good fortune in business, money matters, games of chance, and to relieve mental tension.

"Trip the Devil"

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"Trip the Devil"

Devil's Shoe String is a remarkable herb. This herbs is not as well known as many others in witchcraft. With all magical practices there are local and regional variances in practices.

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