1 Lb Beth Root cut wild crafted (Trillium pendulum) Traditionally, Beth Root is a potent aid in turning back the curses and hexes of black magic, and it is often used in protective magic for the home. Beth root, also known as stinking Benjamin and birth root, is a perennial in the lily family native to eastern North America.
Price: 71.95 USD
Lucky Hand ROOT Money Pouch Luck Gamble This remarkable botanical curiosity is deemed lucky draws in which the door and protect from harm. Used in Mojo bags or as a talisman to wear. Some practitioners use it as an amulet as part of the lottery , running, playing and gambling. somewhat rare herb has a reputation within magical tradition for bringing good luck and protecting its own from harm. Also known as HELPING HAND or SALEP ROOT, Drawing LUCK at Gambling and Games of Chance. Certain Hoodoos claim that persons who carry a whole LUCKY HAND ROOT and a pinch of Five Finger Grass concealed in a red pouch will never be long without money and that they will always be extremely LUCKY. I add in another special item to help attract $. From my own herbal bag recipe . No two roots are a like, of course. I will open the envelope and make your Mojo bag prior to shipping. I will include the empty envelope in with your Mojo drawstring pouch. The pouch will have the ingredients.
Price: 16.95 USD
Herbcrafter's tarot by Colbert & Guthrie The Herbcrafter's Tarot celebrates the handicrafts, tools, and time honored folk skills related to herbs, trees, flowers and other plants that share their gifts with us. This deck and book set explores the relationship between herbs and how people use them for medicine, creativity, ritual, and spiritual guidance. It also considers herbs as archetypes and explores our partnership with the botanical realm. Herbcrafter's Tarot is an engaging introduction to herbalism and plant spirit magic, and can be used as a profound divinatory tool. The set includes a 78-card deck and a 124-page book full of herbal inspiration and ideas for crafting with the cards. 6 1/4" x 4 1/2" box by Colbert & Guthrie.
Price: 23.95 USD
1 Lb Eleutherococcus powder "siberian ginseng" (Eleutherocccus senticosus) Eleutherococcus senticosus is very close to Ginseng and can be used to similar effect. It is noted for its usefulness in ritual, spell and meditation work in helping to overcome outside stress and grant inner strength and resilience. It is also associated with Masculine energy, the Sun and Fire and may be used in work seeking these influences
Price: 19.95 USD
Ginger Root cut (Zingiber officinale) ONE POUND - ASK FOR SMALLER AMOUNTS Medical uses: Helps with gas, calms nausea and stomach aches 1 teaspoon in a tea ball ( I sell them here too) 1 cup boiling water Let it stand for 5 minutes remove the Tea ball add Sugar and cream if you want I think you will be surprised of how good it really is. Ginger root is often used in spell work designed to attract something to the user; be it Love, Money or Success. Ginger is also connected to Masculine energy, the planet Mars and Fire.
Price: 18.95 USD
1 Lb Black Cohosh Root powder (Cimicifuga racemosa) With uses traced back to the Native American's teachings to early settlers, Black Cohosh root has been added to mojo or dream bags and other magical works. Black cohosh is ruled by Scorpio and the planet Pluto and is associated with the element of fire. Use in sachets for love, courage and potency or add to the bath. Add to holy water and sprinkle around the room to drive off negative influences. Healing Attributes Roots and rhizomes are used for female reproductive complaints, such as PMS and menopause. It has been the subject of many research studies and is believed to work by suppressing the excretion of Luteinizing hormone, which causes ovulation. LH hormone has been linked to night flashes and hot sweats during menopause. Averse affects are uncommon with short term use and include dizziness, headache, giddiness, nausea and vomiting. Long term averse affects may include abdominal pain, uterine irritation, abnormal blood clotting and liver problems. There are no known significant adverse drug interactions. Black Cohosh can be used at the end of a pregnancy to help ripen the cervix. It has also been used in conjunction with other herbs to terminate an unwanted pregnancy in the first month or two. Thus, anyone who is pregnant and wishes to stay that way should stay away from it. Black Cohosh can also be used for rheumatism, lung conditions, and neurological conditions. Do not confuse black cohosh with blue cohosh, they are quite different and blue cohosh is much more toxic. Black Cohosh should not be taken by anyone who has been advised not to take birth control pills or by anyone who has heart problems or a history of cancer. Black Cohosh should not be used with antidepressants. Should not be used for more than six months at a time.
Price: 41.95 USD
1 Lb Golden Seal Root cut (Hydrastis canadensis) 1 Lb Golden Seal Root cut (Hydrastis canadensis) Goldenseal is widely thought to be a powerful guardian and healer. It is believed to be an herb of attraction, and to be a useful aid in warding off evil, bringing good luck, prosperity, success, and protection. Not for use during pregnancy.
Price: 208.95 USD
1 Lb High John Root whole (Ipomoea jalapa) High John - Jalapa root is widely known to help overcome obstacles and achieve goals, as well as protect against negative energies and curses. It is also great for love spells, and similar magic. The dried root can also be carried with you as a talisman. Carry High John root in a green bag to draw luck, money and power. Carry the root in a red bag with the lock of hair of the one you admire to draw his or her love. The talisman is also said to stop depression, draw courage and to protect one from spells and hexes.
Price: 166.95 USD
1 Lb Lemon Balm Cut (Melissa officinalis) Lemon balm gentle wholesome scent and often used to break negative energy and neutralize a room or area. Lemon Balm is bound to the moon and water. It is used in spells associated with healing, health, friendship, love, and success. Historically, it is a symbolic plant used to transmit messages between lovers
Price: 27.95 USD
1 Lb Meadowsweet cut (Filipendula ulmaria) A favored flower of ancient festivals and weddings, and used in offerings to the dead, Meadowsweet has strong ties to ceremonies of life and death. Names: Queen of the Meadow, Bride of the Meadow, Bridewort, Lady of the Meadow Medicinal Uses: Flowers have natural aspirin; drink in tea to relieve fevers and pain. Household Uses: Flowers give an almond flavor to mead, wine, jam, and stewed fruit. Flowers yield a yellow dye, leaf and stem a blue dye, and the root a black dye. Traditional Magical Uses: Used in love spells, and spells to keep the home peaceful. Shamanic Magical Uses: This lovely herb is much beloved of Thor's lovely wife Sif. Use it to make offerings to her, or gain her favor. Used to increase the chances of getting a job. Aids one during times of distress. Useful as an altar offering, especially during love magick. Burn or strew about the house to relieve disharmony in the home or remove tensions. Carry to gain popularity and friendship. Also Called: Gravel Root, Bride of the Meadow, Bridewort, Little Queen, Gravelweed, Joe-Pye Weed, Purple Boneset, Kidney Root, Trumpet Weed, Trumpet Vine, Meadowsweet Names: Queen of the Meadow, Bride of the Meadow, Bridewort, Lady of the Meadow Medicinal Uses: Flowers have natural aspirin; drink in tea to relieve fevers and pain. Household Uses: Flowers give an almond flavor to mead, wine, jam, and stewed fruit. Flowers yield a yellow dye, leaf and stem a blue dye, and the root a black dye. Traditional Magical Uses: Used in love spells, and spells to keep the home peaceful. Shamanic Magical Uses: This lovely herb is much beloved of Thor's lovely wife Sif. Use it to make offerings to her, or gain her favor.
Price: 27.95 USD
1 Lb Black Cohosh Root powder (Cimicifuga racemosa) With uses traced back to the Native American's teachings to early settlers, Black Cohosh root has been added to mojo or dream bags and other magical works. It was a favorite herbal remedy for American Indians, who used it for a variety of ailments. The name comes from the Algonquian tribe, and means rough, referring to the feel of the rhizome. It was given the name “bugbane” because the flowers have such a strong odor, and they have been used to effectively repel insects. Black cohosh is traditionally used to support women’s health, and it is approved by the German Commission E for premenstrual discomfort and pain associated with normal menstruation. Black cohosh is also used in supporting a healthy menopause. I also sell roots for replanting. They will be listed in the fall
Price: 41.95 USD
1 Lb Golden Seal Root cut (Hydrastis canadensis) Goldenseal is widely thought to be a powerful guardian and healer. It is believed to be an herb of attraction, and to be a useful aid in warding off evil, bringing good luck, prosperity, success, and protection. Not for use during pregnancy Goldenseal Medical uses: Used for the common cold and other upper respiratory tract infections, as well as stuffy nose, sinusitis and hay fever. Some people use goldenseal for digestive disorders including stomach pain and swelling (gastritis), peptic ulcers, colitis, diarrhea, constipation, hemorrhoids, and intestinal gas.
Price: 232.95 USD
1 Lb Mugwort cut (Artemisia vulgaris) Often used to protect against evil spirits, Mugwort is also believed to also dispel fatigue from travelers, aid in astral travel, dream magic and divination. Most stock originates from Eastern Europe. People take mugwort root as a “tonic” and to boost energy. People take the rest of the plant for stomach and intestinal conditions including colic, diarrhea, constipation, cramps, weak digestion, worm infestations, and persistent vomiting. Mugwort is also used to stimulate gastric juice and bile secretion. It is also used as a liver tonic; to promote circulation; and as a sedative. Other uses include treatment of hysteria, epilepsy, and convulsions in children. Women take mugwort for irregular periods and other menstrual problems. In combination with other ingredients, mugwort root is used for mental problems (psychoneuroses), ongoing fatigue and depression (neurasthenia), depression, preoccupation with illness (hypochondria), general irritability, restlessness, trouble sleeping (insomnia), and anxiety. Some people apply mugwort lotion directly to the skin to relieve itchiness caused by burn scars.
Price: 21.95 USD
1 Lb Wild Lettuce leaf cut Wild Lettuce Leaf was often used among Native Americans in religious ritual as an aid in seeking meditative trances and visions, and to create more vivid dreams. Wild Lettuce: Does It Provide Natural Pain Relief? Written by Jillian Kubala, MS, RD on November 9, 2018 What It Is Pain Relief Other Benefits Side Effects Bottom Line Natural remedies, such as medicinal plants, have been used since ancient times to treat a variety of symptoms, including pain. Wild lettuce is a plant known for its pain-relieving properties. It is utilized by people interested in alternatives to conventional medications. Though wild lettuce may have several health benefits, many people are unaware of the adverse side effects that can occur from ingesting this plant. This article discusses the health benefits and potential dangers of wild lettuce. What Is Wild Lettuce? Wild lettuce (Lactuca virosa) is native to many areas of the world, including North America, Europe and the Middle East. This herb thrives in sunny locations, such as along riverbanks and roadsides, and can grow up to six feet (1.8 meters) in height. Wild lettuce has bright green leaves which sprout from a green stem that is occasionally spotted purple. When scratched, the plant secretes a milky, white substance known as lactucarium. When dried, this compound resembles opium, a pain-relieving agent extracted from unripe seedpods of the opium poppy. Opium was commonly used as a pain reliever and sedative from ancient times into the 19th century (1Trusted Source). Lactucarium may deliver similar effects as opium — but with fewer side effects. In fact, wild lettuce is often referred to as “opium lettuce” due to its purported pain-relieving qualities (2Trusted Source). Historically, doctors used wild lettuce as a pain reliever and a treatment for conditions such as whooping cough, with research studies on its use dating as far back as 1815 (3Trusted Source). Today, there are many different wild lettuce products available, containing extracts of the plant’s seeds, leaves and milky sap. These tinctures, powders, oils and pills are marketed to treat a range of conditions, including anxiety, breathing issues, poor sleep and joint pain. What’s more, raw wild lettuce is sometimes consumed by foragers who collect and eat wild plants. In addition, wild lettuce has psychoactive properties and is sometimes used recreationally by people looking for a natural buzz. Summary The extract of wild lettuce seeds, leaves and sap are added to a number of natural products claiming to relieve a variety of health problems, such as pain and anxiety. Can It Provide Pain Relief? Wild lettuce extract, or lactucarium, has long been used to relieve pain. Lactucarium contains lactucin and lactucopicrin, bitter substances that act on the central nervous system to produce pain-relieving and sedative effects (4Trusted Source). These compounds are considered sesquiterpene lactones, a group of beneficial substances most concentrated in plants belonging to the Asteraceae family — such as lettuce, calendula and chicory (5Trusted Source). In fact, sesquiterpene lactones make up a large part of the milky substance lactucarium secreted by wild lettuce. A The Hopi smoked the resin or sap obtained from the Wild Lettuce (Lactuca virosa) plant. The flower would be cut off and the sap that ran from the stem would be collected. Each day, for a few weeks, another tiny bit was cut from the stem and more sap collected. This sap was then air-dried and later smoked as part of dream ceremonies that were held at night just before going to sleep. The Hopi believe that dream states contain more information about reality than the conscious waking state. This product is not intended or sold for ingestion by humans or animals. It is sold only for use as an incense or for smoking. WARNING: Smoking anything, including herbal products of any kind, is harmful to the body. While many natural healthcare companies and homeopathic websites promote wild lettuce as a pain treatment, scientific evidence is lacking. Few human studies have examined wild lettuce and pain relief. However, some animal studies suggest that the compounds in wild lettuce extract may have impressive pain-relieving properties. For example, a study in mice demonstrated that at doses of 7 and 13.5 mg per pound (15 and 30 mg per kg) of body weight, lactucin and lactucopicrin, combined, had comparable pain-relieving effects as 30 mg of ibuprofen (6Trusted Source). However, animal studies on the pain-relieving properties of wild lettuce are limited. Summary Though wild lettuce has been used since ancient times to treat pain, very little evidence supports its use in humans. Other Possible Benefits Aside from pain, wild lettuce is promoted as a natural treatment for a variety of conditions, such as: Anxiety Respiratory conditions Menstrual cramps Arthritis Cancer Insomnia Poor circulation Restlessness Urinary infections It is also thought to have antibacterial properties when applied to the skin. Though you can find information on the alleged healing qualities of wild lettuce on many alternative medicine websites, there is currently no scientific research to support its use to treat any of the above conditions.
Price: 42.95 USD
1 Lb Black Salt Gourmet Black Hawaiian Sea Salt - Gourmet Salt. Enjoy this USA culinary salt: Solar evaporated Sea Salt from the Hawaiian island of Molokai 'coated' with activated coconut - shell charcoal. Whether you are making magic, seasoning your favorite dish, or invoking Pele, or whatever you have in mind, you will find everything enhanced with this wonderful product. removes negativity
Price: 11.95 USD