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Black Salt ◦Burn banishing herbs on a charcoal disc inside your cauldron. Allow the charcoal and herbs to burn down completely. ◦Scrape the inside of your cauldron with a sharp spoon or knife. ◦Crush the scrapings in a mortar and pestle then add plain white salt or natural sea salt. Use about twice the amount of salt as scrapings. ◦Crush and mix the salt and scrapings together while concentrating on banishing energies. ◦Put the newly created black salt into a little jar and label it.

Burning frankincense (resin from the Boswellia plant) activates poorly understood ion channels in the brain to alleviate anxiety or depression. This suggests that an entirely new class of depression and anxiety drugs might be right under our noses.

how to grow herbs from cuttings Herbs to start in water: Basil, Thyme, Mint, Oregano Herbs to start in Rooting Medium: Lavender, Lemon Verbena, Lemon Balm, Rosemary, Sage, Santolina, Savory, Scented Geraniums, Stevia

Juniper berries are one of my favorite berries to harvest because they have many magickal uses! Carry around juniper berries if you find yourself bombarded by negativity. Juniper helps purify the aura and will protect you from any negative energy or incorrect magick that is sent your way. Juniper berries can be dried and burned as an incense to banish any “funky” energy from a room and to aid in rituals that involve healing.

Star Anise: Psychic Powers Luck. The seeds are burned as incense to increase psychic powers and are also worn as beads for the same purpose. Sometimes star anise is placed on the altar to give it power; one is placed to each of the four directions. It is also carried as a general luck-bringer, and the seeds make excellent pendulums.

Your task as an herbalist is to learn how to locate and identify the weeds that surround you. Harvest only what you need, with care and gratefulness for what they offer–and to recognize when too much has been harvested, and they should be left to flourish. These are our gifts from nature!

The Nature of Herbalism | Herbal Academy of New England

Herbalist, Kami McBride talks with Arbico Organics about how to turn your organic herb garden into your home apothecary. Simple and easy to use herbal remedies for you and your family

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Herb/Spices and their meaning. Sage: Prosperity, cleansing and good health.

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This naturally aromatic Full Moon Crystal Incense Potion will bring the power of magick and intent into your Full Moon spell workings and rituals. Sprinkle a small amount into your cauldron or heat and flame resistant vessel with a prepared charcoal disk. The aroma will intoxicate and fill the air, inside or out of doors, with lovely pure natural fragrance and the power of the Full Moon. Keep away from children and pets.

Grow basil easily from cuttings & enjoy delicious pesto all summer long.

Growing Basil From Cuttings

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