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.

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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. Talking about Iris, we mean the species of Iris Germanica, Iris Florentina, and Iris Pallida. Iris is the name of Goddess Iris, the Messenger of the Gods, often depicted carry the Kerykeion – Caduceus. 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.

Because of all the above, Witches used Orris Root for Love:

  • In the old times, Witches used it as sachets and kept it around their clothes, in wardrobes. In this way they believed they enchanted their underwear to attract the perfect love.
  • Witches used to wrap some orris root powder in a piece of silver foil. Hold this talisman in between your palms in a praying posture and ask from it to bring you luck in love. Use your own words. You can simply say “Bring me luck in love”. Keep this simple talisman with you all the time. The watch pocket of a pair of jeans is an ideal place to have it, when you are out. Your pillow case is a good place to have it when you are asleep. If it is damaged somehow, burn the botanical and throw away the silver foil. Then make a new one.
  • They usually added passionflower in the same talisman.

You will receive 10 grams of Orris Root (powder).

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