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A guide I am sure will be one I come back to often. Crab Shell Powder Use in Magic: Benzoin Resin Incense Use in Magic: Wood Betony Lousewort Use in Magic: Lists with This Book. Not bad, per se, just not anything you can’t readily find in many other books.

Carried on the person or in a red flannel bag to bring luck, or sprinkled on a pair of Amd to keeps the luck in. Catnip Leaf Powder Use in Magic: Said to repel and keep away evil spirits, bad customers, unruly people, and even diseases.

Use pink for both love spells, affection, passion, bodily vigour and attraction, romance, clean living.


Hoodoo Herb and Root Magic with Catherine Yronwode

Dog Ankle Bone Use in Magic: White Sage Bundles are a traditional incense of ceremonial offering, cleansing, purification, and protection among some tribes of Native Americans catheine have become popular for these same uses with spiritual workers of diverse cultures. Black Hen Egg Use in Magic: Used in a special magical rite of uncrossing, to take off jinxes and tricks.

Ginger Root Jamaica ginger Use in Magic: I’m really happy to have it as a resource hooodoo my practice. Celery Seed Use in Magic: Dandelion Root Use in Magic: A most powerful lucky charm is made from it by gamblers to bring in the winnings.

For purification, cleansing, and bathing.

To attract benevolent spirits to the home, to increase psychic ability, to heal and soothe. For conjugal love; combined with lavender and red clover tops in love-drawing spells. The list could go on there is spell craft for just about everything.


Extra-Large, whole root, for pocket piece, hoodko bag. Coyote Claw Use in Magic: Love spells, money spells, protection spells, revenge spells, healing spells, and formula recipes for magical anointing oils contributed by hundreds of usenet authors working in a variety of magical traditions.

For health, to draw money, to bless a house, and to arouse sexual passion. These are the old-time square nails used for nailing down the corners of your property or home for protection and to keep you from being moved out. It does annd have all the high ceremony and it is practical as it uses rocks, bones, herbs and graveyard dirt. Now there were no recipies for the money drawing oil but there was everything else. Mixed with other herbs to make a rinse water for laundry that keeps a lover faithful.


Strong for winning in court and powerful to induce prophetic lucky number dreams.

Hoodoo Herb and Root Magic: A Materia Magica of African-American Conjure by Catherine Yronwode

Nutmeg Powder Use in Magic: Good herbal book covering more than just plants. A magic herb carried by clumsy or accident prone people to protect them from harm. Fiery protection from evil magic; also heats up love affairs and sexuality. For magic spells of protection of the home, to invite helpful ajd into the household.

Snake Sheds Use in Magic: Said to keep off wild animals and packs of dogs around the home; medical aid for coughs.