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The Persian's Gold: The Magick of Saffron

The Persian’s Gold: The Magick of Saffron

Saffron is a powerful aphrodisiac.  The Sumerians would often use saffron as an ingredient in love potions.  Queen Cleopatra herself lauded the magical powers of saffron, and used it to make her sexual encounters more enjoyable. 35 more words

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Witching Trees: Rowan

“Rowan tree and red thread, leave the witches all in dread.”

Rowan
Family: Rosaceae
Genus: Sorbus
Latin Name: Sorbus aucuparia
Folk Names: Mountain Ash, Quickbeam, Witch Tree, Witchbane… 260 more words

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Herbal Reading

Some suggested reading for budding, and experienced, herbalists!

Bartram, Thomas. Bartram’s Encyclopedia of Herbal Medicine

Blamey, Marjorie. Collins Gem Guide: Wild Flowers

Breverton, Terry. Breverton’s Complete Herbal… 187 more words

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Dr Tina – Medicine Woman

Growing up in the 90s, I used to rush home from school, breeze through my homework and sit with my sister and watch the TV series. 720 more words

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Dr Tina – Medicine Woman

Growing up in the 90s, I used to rush home from school, breeze through my homework and sit with my sister and watch the TV series. 718 more words

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Tools of the Green Witch

For many witches, magical tools are things like wands, athames, pentacles and other esoteric objects. However when practicing herbal, green and kitchen, magic, the tools needed may seem more humble, but are just as important. 590 more words

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Green and Kitchen Witchcraft

Witchcraft is a natural practice and the witch works closely with the natural world. In a sense all witchcraft is green and kitchen based. Witches who are skilled in herbal arts, gardening, wildcrafting, or homesteading, will grow their own herbs, or harvest them wild from nature. 375 more words

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