Herbs and Roots
- Catnip (dried) $10.01
Buy Catnip (dried) to use in your Spells and Rituals. This is a herb of the mint family. It is mostly sold in pet shops and the scent of this herb amazes cats. However, witches have been using it for centuries as they believed to be a potent aphrodisiac, as it embodies the aura with attractive properties. Furthermore, it is used a herb in protection sachets and mojo bags.
- Cinnamon $5.07
Buy Cinnamon to use in your Spells and Rituals. This is a fragrant herb used as spice or incense since the ancient years. It was used to summon the deities of Sun. Thus, it was and is still used to summon the sacred Phoenix, Bennu, in both Egypt and Greece. Let’s not forget that Phoenix is the soul of Ra, the Sun God.
- Hibiscus (dried) $6.00
Buy Hibiscus (dried) to use in your Spells and Rituals. Witches used it for love spells and divination. They incorporated its power through spells and rituals via burning it on charcoal or even creating a mojo bag with it. It corresponds to the element of water that it helps with all kinds of water magic.
- Milk Thistle (dried) $4.80
Buy Milk Thistle (dried) to use in your Spells and Rituals. Milk thistle (sillybum marianum) has been one of the most blessed herbs, loved by many Witches around the World. Due to its appearance and the milky substance it contains it was associated in very early times with pregnancy and lactation. Its reputation in pagan tribes as the gift of the Mother Goddess remained during Christianity and the Milk Thistle was named Holy Thistle or the Thistle of Mary.
- Orris Root (powder) $25.22
Buy Orris Root (powder) to use in your Spells and Rituals. Also known as Queen Elizabeth’s Root, it comes from the Magnificently Beautiful and Fragrant flower called Iris. Like Hermes, Iris is a Messenger of the Gods. Her symbols are also the Rainbow. This magnificent flower is believed to attract men and good luck. Orris root was believed to make witches more alluring.
- Periwinkle (dried) $10.20
Buy Periwinkle (dried) to use in your Spells and Rituals. Also known as the Witch’s Violet, this herb was used in witchcraft for Love spells and to conjure protection. There are many rumours about this spell in old Books of Shadows and few of its magnificent properties are still known. Thankfully, we’ve learned how Witches used it back then.