Herbs for Magical Teas

Alfalfa Leaf: home protection; money draw; prosperity; security.

Bergamont: money draw; success.

Black Cohosh: relaxation; turn worries aside.

Boneset: call upon devas; divination; protection; ward negativity.

Burdock Root: protection; purification; ward negativity.

Chamomile: calmness; meditation; prosperity; purification.

Chickweed: Crone Wisdom; divination; honesty; love; trust.

Comfrey: health; money draw; safety.

Damiana Leaf: attraction; divination; love.

Dandelion Root: divination; Fairies; good luck; honor/invoke devas; psychic power.

Echinacea: body’s self-defense; empowerment; invoke healing devas.

Elder Flower: Fairie blessing; honor/invoke the Goddess; healing; prosperity; rest.

Eyebright: mental sharpness; psychic awareness.

Fennel: healing; honor/invoke Horned God; protection; purification.

Fenugreek Seed: attract money; skill in verbal communication.

Feverfew: health; protection; purification; ward sickness.

Goldenseal: healing; honor/invoke the God; joy; prosperity; success.

Hops: comfort; good health; relaxation; well-being.

Hyssop: purification; ward negativity.

Irish Moss: invoke Fairies; luck; money draw; protection.

Lemon Balm: health; love; success.

Linden (Tila): love; luck; Otherworld; protection; rest.

Mint: Devas; money; protection; prosperity.

Mugwort: Hecate; divination; inspiration.

Mullein: between the worlds travel; courage; divination; health; protection.

Nettle: healing; love; protection; ward negativity.

Orange Peel: divination; love; luck.

Parsley: purification; protection.

Raspberry Leaf: Fairie blessings; health; love; protection.

Rose Hips: divination; consecration; Elves; protection; ward negativity.

Skullcap: healing (esp. headaches); hidden knowledge; Lord of Shadows; protection; wisdom.

Slippery Elm Bark: clear communication; persuasive speech; protection from envy, gossip, and slander.

Uva Ursa: divination; honor/invoke Artemis; purification; psychic awareness.

Valerian Root: Crone magics; love; protection; purification; psychic awareness.

White Oak Bark: fertility; honor/invoke the Green Man; health; protection.

Wild Cherry Bark: creativity; divination; love.

Willow Bark: health; mental acuity; reduce headache pain.

From Ann Moura’s “Grimoire for the Green Witch”


Bay leaves are a mysterious ingredient for soups and stews (you can’t eat them, it’s like swallowing razor blades!). But before you toss a leaf or two into your cooking pot (or cauldron, for all you kitchen witches out there), think about its other uses!

Put bay leaves in each corner of the house to protect its inhabitants, or carry it with you to protect you against black magic. Keep a Bay leaf under your pillow to encourage prophetic dreams, or write wishes on a leaf and burn it to make them come true.

You can also use Bay leaves in spellwork (both in and out of the kitchen) for protection, good fortune, success, purification, strength, healing and psychic powers.

liv89717  asked:

Hey I was wondering if you had any tips on how to start out with working with divining, the elements, spirits, basic spells

Hey hi hello!

I have some links for all the categories you mentioned below! Hope they help. Remember to always protect yourself and do tons of research. :-) 


People who do free readings: 

Beginner posts: 

Tip from me: 

Try not to rely solely on the books, your own correspondences are important as well!







Tip from me: 

Find which element you feel most drawn to! This doesn’t mean you cannot work with other elements, but it’s good to have somewhere to start. 

This is my spirit work masterpost!

This is my witchling tag! 

I hope this helps you out a bit - sorry for the late reply!

Stormbornwitch’s Prosperity Spell Bottle

This spell bottle contains my prosperity powder. This powder is ideal for drawing money, prosperity, and success. Just on its own, the powder could be sprinkled onto a burning candle, dusted around your home or workplace or you could even add some to a hot bath!

Prosperity Powder - Grind & Combine:

  • Eggshells for protection, prosperity and good fortune
  • Sage for helping you make wise decisions
  • Bay Leaves for prosperity and success
  • Basil for wealth and success
  • Peppermint for money, prosperity and abundance

Then the powder is poured into a jar or bottle. Attached to the jar/bottle is a bay leaf with the rune Fehu (wealth and prosperity) painted on it in silver paint.

Using knot magic, the bay leaf is attached to the jar/bottle and then a candle is affixed to the top of the jar so that the candle can be lit every time I need a little money to flow into my life. This little spell bottle works really well. I’ve even been asked to make one for my boss at work.

-          Marci

Autumn Equinox 🍁🍂

For one of my Mabon rituals I found a giant fallen leaf and painted all of my bad habits/things I want to be rid of on it in copper paint. It was a fresh leaf so when it dries I will burn it and send the ashes into the wind, ridding myself of the habits I wish to be rid of.

but you like the taste of danger
(it shines like sugar on your lips)
and you like to stand in the line of fire
just to show you can shoot straight from your hip
must be a thousand things you would die for
(i can hardly think of two)
but not everything is better spoken aloud
not when i’m talking to you

My picture for the Leoniles exchange on twitter – my prompt was “kisses in the rain,” so I wanted to do Leo with a magical leaf umbrella, because he can multitask like that. :3

maybe that’s all that we need, is to meet in the middle of impossibility
standing at opposite poles, equal partners in a mystery

Sinbad Fashion Check!

Content out of the Sinbad no bouken fanbook.

(I’m sorry that it is a bit blurry on the right side, that book is REALLY hard to scan and i already had to bent it to the max, making cracks on the cover… T^T)

“Sinbad Fashion Check!!! A handsome man looks good in everything!!”

1. “Clothes worn during Sasan Kingdom that since became his casual wear.”

-Giving us a peak under his outer garment-

2. “Competition/Contest clothes”

-(Strong arm?) Armor Appeal-

3. “Slave Clothes”

-Clad into a slanted piece of cloth on the waist-

(smaller sin beneat wearing the slave clothes he got after getting his position to take care of the other slaves, becoming the “head slave”.)

4. “Dark Continent Adventure Clothes”

-High King’s Desert Cloak Style-

5. “Casual wear during buisness opening”

-Plenty of jewels are radiating tremendously- *kira kira~ °˖✧◝(⁰▿⁰)◜✧˖°

6. “Leaf, One” ( i love this one lmao.)

-Sin’s favourite piece of clothing leaving the best impression is this!-

7. Do it yourself Crotch Leaf Instructions! Click Me! (ノ´ヮ´)ノ*:・゚✧

(Please remember i do this for practice and im still a very bloody beginner so theres also a lot of guessing work and possible errors! I still hope you enjoy this sillyness!)

Autumn Leaf Magick

Using the beauty leaves of fall for magick is fun and easy. Going outside and gathering a few leaves off the ground is quick, it’s free and it doesn’t harm the trees! It’s perfect for any autumn magick or spells you may have.

Tree Correspondences:

  • Almond: clairvoyance, divination, moon magick, wisdom
  • Apple: healing, love, romance, fertility, lust, youth, prosperity
  • Ash: protection
  • Apricot: love
  • Aspen: protection
  • Birch: new starts and beginnings, protection, purity and purification, fertility
  • Cypress: protection, past life work
  • Elder: prosperity, protection, healing
  • Elm: protection
  • Eucalyptus: healing
  • Fig: sensuality, fertility, healing
  • Fir: immortality
  • Grape: joy
  • Hawthorn: protection, love, cleansing, Fae (faeries)
  • Hazel: wisdom, strength, divination, protection
  • Maple: divination, love
  • Mulberry: wisdom, willpower, divination, knowledge
  • Oak: healing, money and finances, longevity, strength
  • Peach: divination
  • Rowan: magick, protection, strength
  • Walnut: healing, divination, protection
  • Willow: enhancement, moon magick, the Underworld, healing, protection

Color Correspondences:

  • Brown: earth, cottage magick, the home/hearth, animal magick, generosity, friendship, endurance, protection, grounding, strength, decision making, finding lost objects, concentration, focus, family, construction, real estate, material goods, food, harvest
  • Gold: Masculine energies, great fortune, abundance, prosperity, divination, understanding, fast luck/temporary luck, sun magick, positive emotions and energies, justice, health, attraction, luxury
  • Orange: relieving depression, abandonment, opportunity, happiness, alertness, kindness, material gain, energy, legal matters, strength, creativity, self-expression, overcoming addiction, ambition, success in business, fun, vitality, celebration
  • Red: passion, love, lust, anger, strength, confidence, fire, courage, power, joy, desire, health, business deals, combat, confrontation, hunting, survival, fertility, sexual natures, competition, sports, mercy
  • Yellow: air, healing, friendship, productivity, remove negative thoughts, creativity, invention, beauty, life, intellect and intelligence, prosperity, self-esteem, motivation, happiness, success, memory, learning, inspiration, the imagination, travel

Ideas and suggestions for using leaves for magick:

  • Decorate your altar with them!
  • Press them into your grimoire or book of shadows for safe keeping or use later in the year
  • Draw sigils on them then crumple them up or burn them to activate
  • Crush them into a jar for potent jar spells
  • Line your plants with them for not only nutrients and to hold in moisture but to give them the traits of the leaf’s color and tree
  • Charging stones, crystals, water, oils and tarot/oracle cards with the energies of the tree
  • Use them in curses to cause sudden change, destruction/death of things or decay of things
  • Grind them into a powder to mix with salt or egg shells and use for protection, cleansing and warding
  • Using fresh ones line the edge of your tub with them during bath spells and magick, wash them in a sink and let them float in the tub with you if its safe
  • Cut them up and put small pieces of them in oil and into a pendent bottle/bottle charm to wear
  • Drip wax on them to seal a spell into them for later use
  • Hang them on or around your door and other entry points to ward off negativity and protect your home 
Some Herbal Infusions/Teas

Disclaimer: This post should not be taken as medical advice, and any treatment taken for any disease should be under the care of a medical practitioner.

Colds with sore throat: ¼ tsp orange rind, ¼ tsp lemon rind, pinch of cinnamon, 1 tsp. honey, 3 mint leaves.

Morning sickness: ¼ tsp cinnamon, ½ tsp of orange juice (freshly squeezed) ¼ of a teaspoon ginger, ½ tsp chamomile, ½ tsp catnip.

Flu: ¼ tsp cinnamon, ¼ tsp basil, 1 tsp catnip, ¼ tsp anise

Diarrhea:  1/4 tsp chamomile, ¼ tsp. ginger, 1 grape leaf, and ½ tsp mint.

Insomnia: ¼ a tsp each: valerian root, hops, chamomile, and anise

Cramps: 1/4 of a teaspoon each: chamomile, clover, valerian, catnip, and lemon balm.

Birth pains: Raspberry leaf tea. 

Magical Fatigue: 1/2 tsp. fennel, ½ tsp chamomile, pinch of cinnamon, and optional pinch of ginger.

Fever: ½ a tsp each elder flower and catnip.