An oil of the mind, it promotes quick thinking and is often
used as a memory aid by dabbing on the temples. Also used in prosperity rituals.
Brings peace of mind to the mentally disturbed. A very relaxing oil.
Increases finances, and is added to the bath to create a purifying
atmosphere. An excellent oil to wear during all types of magical rituals.
Symbol of the Moon, and of the mysteries of the night. Jasmine oil
is used to attract love. The scent helps one relax, sleep, and also facilitates
childbirth. It is sometimes used for meditation and general anointing purposes.
This is a purely spiritual oil.
Used in healing and purifying rituals, and also to arouse sexual
desire in men. Prostitutes wore it extensively to advertise their trade and to attract customers.
An aid to the psychic powers. Wear on the forehead.
Spiritualists and mediums use it, for it helps make contact with spirits.
Induces Far Memory, the act of recalling past lives. It is also
useful in inducing clairvoyant powers in general. Brings peace and harmony.
The sacred oil of the ancient Egyptians, lotus oil has a high
spiritual vibration and is suitable for blessing, anointing, meditation, and
as a dedicatory oil to your god(s). It is also used in healing rituals. One who
wears lotus oil is sure of good fortune and much happiness.
An excellent oil for meditation and psychic development. It also
brings peace and harmony.
Fights depression, or what the old Witches used to call melancholy.
Used in healing rituals, and also in producing prophetic dreams.
Anoint the forehead before retiring.
Used in prosperity spells, and to increase one's business. Anoint wallets, etc.
The universally accepted "sex scent". It is also worn to purify and to
gain courage. It is a magnetic oil, worn with equal success by both sexes.
A purification, protection and hex-breaking oil. Possesses a high
vibratory rate, making it excellent for the more religious rituals of magic.
Anoint the house every morning and evening as part of any protection ritual.
"Stupidfyer". This oil brings peace and harmony, soothes the
nerves and relaxes the conscious mind. A "narcotic" type oil.
Magnetic women's oil. Rubbed between the breasts to attract men, or
onto the temples to give peace.
This oil is rubbed onto the temples and the third eye to help in
meditation and to induce sleep. It is protective as well.
To make a person in the mood for marriage, wear this oil.
many women add it to their daily baths to build up their attractiveness.
Sometimes known as mantrap.
Attracts the opposite sex. Douse your clothes with the oil.
A very powerful occult oil, one of the magnetic oils to be worn
by men. It attracts women. Also wards off negativity and evil, gives peace
of mind, and is very sensual.
A lucky scent for all who need customers, success in business, or good fortune.
Used to create changes within one's life. Also used to relax and
allow one to unwind.
The love oil. Used in all love operations, added to baths, and to
induce peace and harmony. Take a handful of rose buds, place them in a
silver goblet. Pour one dram rose oil over them. Let soak for a week. After this,
on a Friday night, burn them over the charcoal to infuse your house with loving
vibrations. This is an excellent "peace" incense, and can be done regularly
to ensure domestic tranquility.
Oil of protection. Anoint window sills, doors of house. Wear
on self. Also imparts courage to the wearer. An excellent oil to use to bless a
new home or apartment. A few drops on a charcoal block will release its
powerful vibrations throughout the entire house. Also used to anoint censers.
A very vitalizing oil, rosemary is used in healing rituals and
also to promote prudence, common sense, and self assurance. It aids mental
powers when rubbed onto the temples. It is also protective and is used much like Rose
Geranium. Rub onto the temples to ease pain of headache and in all healing rituals.
To break up negativity and curses, anoint a sprig of dried rue with this
oil. Tie up in a red bag and carry for protection. Add nine drops of the oil
to the bath every night for nine nights in succession during the waning moon
to break a spell that has been cast against you. Salt may be added to the bath as well.
Wear to aid in the development of clairvoyant powers.
Protective, very healing, this oil is used to anoint. It also
aids one in seeing past incarnations. Try anointing the forehead to promote the Sight.
Gives hope to one who is sick, discouraged or lonely.
One of the most beautiful of all scents, sweet pea oil is worn to
attract strangers of all kinds, some of whom may become lovers or friends.
Wear as a personal oil.
Wear during rituals to the ancient deities of Egypt, also to
anoint sacred objects, such as altars, tools, etc.
Mistress of the Night, as it is also known, is an excellent
aphrodisiac. Promotes peace and also aids in psychic powers. Men wear it to
attract women. Very much a physical oil.
A vitalizing oil, said to be sexually arousing in women. Use as an
energy restorer. Sometimes used to gain extra power during magical ceremonies.
Assists in obtaining material objects. It also stimulates
creativity. Aids those who desire success in the performing and creative arts.
The oil is used in love operations and is sometimes sexually
exciting. However, many people cant's stand the fragrance of the violet, for
some curious reason. Once thought to be sacred to the Fairy Queen. Very healing, added to baths.
The door between the world of men and the realm of the Gods, the
passport to higher consciousness and existence, and to bring illumination.
Wear only when in complete serenity.
Makes its wearer irresistible to the opposite sex. Also soothes
the problems of married life. Can help in finding a job. If worn to
interviews you will be much calmer and more impressive to the interviewer.
Sometimes called "Flower of Flowers."
BOTANICAL NAME: Turnera diffusa L.
SYNONYMS : Mexican Damiana
LOCALES FOUND : Texas And Mexican Deserts
The effects of Damiana are to stimulate the genito-urinary tract, acting as a mild aphrodisiac
and also produces a euphoria like that produced by the THC in Marijuana for 1 to 1 1/2 hours.
CAUTION : Excessive long term use of this herb may be toxic to the liver (similar to alchol)
Damiana can be prepared as a tea, using two heaping tablespoons of dried leaf and letting
it seep for just under 5 minutes. [Adding a tablespoon of Catnip to this can increase the euphoria
effect but may detract from the Aphrodisiac stimulation]. It can also be prepared as a liquer,
by mixing it with Vodka (1 ounce leaf to 1 pint vodka for 5 days before consuming), but may
have a mild purgative result in some people.
You can also place it within a brownie mix, as if marijuana, at about the same levels.
This cuts the flavor, but not the effects as far as is known. It can also be added to a
standard meade recipe, about 1 ounce per gallon, at the start of fermentation process.
Damiana is useful in magical work in that it aids in the breaking down of the natural mental barriers
and inhibitors, if not used in excess, and preferably not by someone working on the opening of a
gateway/portal. It can be highly useful in tantra magics and in such activities as Astral travel,
deep meditation and spirit quests. Damiana is LEGAL at present in the US, but like most herbs
that have mind-influencing affects there have been attempts at legislation to prevent its sale in
some states but so far it should not be a problem. Damiana may also be useful in small quantities
for stomache ailments, and pain relief in mixes with other herbs.
This rich scent is used to harmonize the aura, and bring the yin and
yang into balance within one's self. Planetary rulerships: Mercury
This oil is best worn between the Autumn Equinox and Yule for its high
energy of wisdom in Magick. Planetary rulerships: Venus - Deity rulerships: Aphrodite
Used to soothe tempers between lovers in troublesome times; it is also
good for love potions, wealth, floor washes, and protection spells.
rulerships: Mars - Deity rulerships: Vishnu, Erzulu
Best used for clairvoyance and to enhance psychic visions, but also
known for protection. Planetary rulerships: Sun - Deity rulerships:
Apollo, Faunus, and Eros
In herbal folklore, it is said that the oil of Bergamot leaves, when
rubbed on money, will ensure the return of riches; it is also well known for
Planetary rulerships: Mercury
This sweet and floral scent is traditionally used to ensure
strength and good health, and for protection. In candle Magick, it is used as
an aid in path working. Planetary rulerships: Sun - Deity rulerships: Jupiter
The oil from this sacred tree is used for purification, and to rid a
person of bad dreams. Planetary rulerships: Sun
Used in Magick for wealth and prosperity. Planetary rulerships:
Jupiter - Deity rulerships: Wood Nymphs
Used in all love Magick for attraction. Planetary rulerships: Venus
Cinnamon: In it's oil form, it is known to raise spiritual vibrations, draw
money, and stimulate psychic powers. Planetary rulerships: Sun - Deity
rulerships: Venus and Aphrodite
It is worn to attract the opposite sex; in candle Magick it is used to
gain prosperity. Planetary rulerships: Jupiter
This oil is worn to ensure chastity, in a literal or magickal sense.
Planetary rulerships: Moon
Also known as the tree of death, this oil is used in Magick in times
of requiem and mourning. It is worn to strengthen longevity of life and for
Planetary rulerships: Saturn - Deity rulerships: Mithras, Pluto, Artemis,
Cupid, and Hecate
Sacred to the Egyptians, this oil is worn to protect against
negativity, and is used as a sacred anointing oil. Planetary rulerships: Sun
- Deity rulerships: Ra and Baal
Sacred to the Goddess, this oil is used to bring peaceful
vibrations and to attract good spirits into the circle. Planetary rulerships: Moon
This sweet floral scent is used to attract others in matters of love;
Planetary rulerships: Venus
Wear to increase psychic abilities and clairvoyance; in candle
Magick, use to increase money and prosperity. Planetary rulerships: Jupiter
This moon flower is worn at night to induce sleep and cause
prophetic dreams; in candle Magick it is used for love and dream Magick.
Planetary rulerships: Moon - Deity rulerships: Vishnu
This woody, pine scent is used as an aid in meditation and spiritual
enlightenment. In Magick, it is used to communicate with animals.
Planetary rulerships: Sun
This bittersweet flowery scent is used in healing and to bring
peace into a troublesome relationship. Also known for magicks pertaining to
memory, peace and happiness. Planetary rulerships Mercury
This gentle, sweet scent is used in candle Magick, as an aid in mental
development and past life recollection. It is worn to keep away baneful spirits.
Planetary rulerships Venus
This oil is best used magickally to stop manipulation in love affairs.
It is also worn for its protective energy. Planetary rulerships Moon -
Deity rulerships Venus, Juno, and Kwan Yin
This citrus oil is used for healing, love and protection.
Planetary rulerships Sun Lotus Used for healing energies and fertility. Also known to
attract good fortune. Planetary rulerships Moon
This oil is used to maintain a faithful relationship.
Planetary rulerships Venus
Musk / Dark Musk
This oil is worn as a sexual attractor, and
stimulates the psychic body; magickally, it is used to anoint the censor. Planetary rulerships Venus
One of the sacred anointing oils, it is worn for blessing, protection,
and consecration; magickally it is used for purification and meditation.
Planetary rulerships Moon - Deity rulerships Isis, Adonis, Ra, and Marian
This scent is good for overcoming restlessness, and creating
harmony. When worn with patchouli, it creates a high sexual atmosphere.
Planetary rulerships Mercury
This sensuous, floral scent is worn to attract love; in candle
Magick, it is used for creativity, psychic perception, and mental clarity.
Planetary rulerships Venus
The rich, earthy smell is best known for its capabilities to raise
high sexual energy; in candle Magick, it is used to increase prosperity.
Planetary rulerships Saturn
This evergreen scent, best worn during Yuletide, is used to cleanse the
aura; in candle Magick, it is used to increase prosperity. Planetary
rulerships Mars - Deity rulerships Cybele, Pan, Venus, Attis, Dionysus, Astarte
This rich, seductive scent is used to promote thoughts of love and
affection. In Magick, it is used in all aspects of love Planetary rulerships
Venus - Deity rulerships Hathor, Eros, Cupid, Demeter, Isis, and Adonis
This oil is best used for purification of self, and one's home. It is
also known for longevity, wisdom, and power. Planetary rulerships Jupiter
This is known to be one of the most spiritual oils, and an
excellent base for most anointing oils; it is also used for healing,
meditation, and prayer. Planetary rulerships Moon
This very soothing scent increases loving and lustful energy.
Planetary rulerships Venus
This oil is worn to attract a lover; it is used in candle Magick to
repel negativity. Planetary rulerships Venus
This light, floral scent is used in healing, wards off evil, and
helps smooth out tensions in a love affair. Planetary rulerships Venus
Ylang - Ylang
A very soothing oil, used in all aspects of healing. And is used in sex Magick.
linked sometimes with St. Michael the Archangel and was even
called "The Root of the Holy Ghost". It protects against witchcraft, evil
spirits, spells and enchantments.
believed to have derived its name form the Basilisk, the
fabulous dragon-like creature that was deadly to anyone who looked at it.
This may have spawned the old belief that Basil begot scorpions.
the original herb of Magic and medicine discovered by
Chiron the Centaur. Cured against 'elf sickness'. Believed that animals seek
it out when ill. Old lore says that if two snakes are put into a ring of
Betony, they will fight to the death. Considered magically powerful against evil spirits.
name means 'twice twisted'. The twisted root resembles a snake.
English names include snakeweed and adderwort. Regarded as a cure for
snake bites. Lore also says that this herb can help a woman conceive a child.
was considered to be a holy plant. In the Highlands, they're
called Blessed Brambles. If twined into a wreath with rowan and ivy, will
keep away evil spirits. Brambles or alternatively osieres, would be plaited
around a grave to keep a ghost from rising. Believed that Christ used a
bramble to drive the money changers out of the temple and to spur his donkey
onto Jerusalem. Thought to cure various ailments if the sick would walk
under an archway of bramble rooted at each end.
piece of broom is worn in a cap because its ancient reputation as a
plant both useful to witches and against them. Was also used as a magic
sleep enhancer and as a power in love spells.
used in place of European Mandrake root. Helped in
fertility spells for barren women. Also called Womandrake and related to
the Yam family. In France was called "Herb of Beaten Wives" because the
berry juice resembles the black and blue marks of beatings.
also discovered by Chiron the Centaur. Used to cure fevers.
Another powerful herb against Witchcraft and Magic.
believed to be a cure for failing sight and poor eyes because
its flowers only open during sunlight. If gathered by a special ritual, it was
believed to make one invisible and also open locked doors and chests.
To do so, one must cut the plant with a gold blade on St. Jame's Day, July 25.
Cinquefoil (Latin: Potentilla)
meant "small and powerful". Hung in
doorways to keep out evil spirits. A main ingredient in Witch potions and ointments.
Devil's Bit (Scabious)
old lore says that the Devil bit it for envy
because the herb had so many good virtues and was so good for mankind.
In Cornwall England, was referred to as Devil's Button and to pick the plant
one was sure to receive a nocturnal visit from the Devil.
anti-witch plant. Was used to lull people into stupors and thus
mothers used it on their babies to keep them sleepy. Used in and against spells.
St. Michael used it along with rue and three drops from the Well
of Life to anoint his hurt eyes after his battle with the Devil and the latter's fall.
genuine wind-expelling properties. Used to keep evil spirits away
especially on Midsummer's Eve when it would be hung with St. John's Wort
over doorways. Keyholes blocked with fennel would keep out ghosts. Was
also believed to confer longevity and improve strength and courage.
associated with fairies and elves as they gave gloves to the fox
so he could raid the chickens and escape harm. Said that if the fairies wore
these 'gloves' they could do anything. Was believed to be dangerous to cut
foxglove but once you'd done so and lived it was a good defense against
the little people. In Wales it's juice was rubbed into a floor in the shape
of a cross to protect the home from the fey folk. It could also be used to
kill a changeling child. Also believed that the souls of the dead inhabited
the flowers thus the alternate names of 'bells', 'thimbles' or 'deadman's fingers'.
known alternatively as St. John's Herb and was considered to
be the "Mother of Al Herbs." Some believed that St. John the Baptist wore a
girdle of Mugwort in the forest where he lived. Was cured in the Midsummer
bonfires and hung up over doorways to keep evil at bay. Also used to
keep travelers from getting too weary.
another name for Satyrion root which was believed to be a powerful
aphrodisiac. Men and women ate the tubers as sexual stimulants and in
the hopes of defining what sex a newborn would take.
not originally considered an herb but rather in connections with
both 'noble' and 'funeral'. The Greeks strewn it on graves. It was used on
food plates as a garnish as an antidote to poison and thus put on a plate
was considered a token of trust. It was also thought if a man ate some of
the seeds prior to drinking he'd be able to drink more and still retain his faculties.
regarded as having a divine origin. Was sacred to Peon, physician
to the Gods. Would protect from evil spirits and storms and would in
particular protect shepherds and their flocks, farmers and their crops.
Was considered as dangerous as Mandrake to dig up and thus the same kinds
of protections must be used. It was also believed to be highly dangerous to
dig up if a woodpecker was nearby as the gatherer of the herb would lose his sight.
also known as 'healing herb' in Scotland/Ireland. Was
considered a very powerful plant since it could stand back up against the boot
heel or chariot wheel crushing it down. Due to this belief, it was used to
treat wounds and bruises.
was dropped into coffins as a way of letting the dead know
that you'd not forget them. Also very protective against physical injury and
thunder/lightning. Could renew youth and help 'special' enterprises to
grow and succeed.
ancient reputation as a healing plant and thought to confer long
life. Tradition says that if the plant lives or dies so will a business
owner's livelihood thrive or fail.
it's said to bear a symbol on its roots, the two interwoven
triangles which make up the hexagram, will scare off evil spirits! The
white flowers were used in love potions and the plant was used to help 'knit bones' together.
also known as Little Dragon - reputed to have sprung up
where the banished serpent from the Garden of Eden brushed up over the ground
along with Mugwort and Wormwood. Since Dragons were both terrifying and
protective, it was believed to cure snake-bite.
the seeds resemble a viper's head and thus thought to
be another cure against snake bite.
also known as Bloodwort - noted for its wound healing powers
and was regarded as another herb dedicated to the Devil.
Althaea officinalis: marshmallow (with Jupiter and Venus)
Anagallis arvensis: common scarlet pimpernel (with Jupiter)
Angelica archangelica: angelica, lingwort (with Venus)
Angelica silvestris: wild angelica (with Venus)
Anthemis nobilis: Roman chamomile
Calamus aromaticus (Acorus calamus): calamus
Calendula officinalis: marigold
Caryophyllus (Syzygium aromaticum): clove tree
Chelidonium majus: celandine (with Jupiter)
Cinnamonum ceylanicum: cinnamon, Ceylon cinnamon
Citrus aurantium: orange tree
Citrus bergamium: bergamot
Citrus limonum: lemon tree
Dictamnus albus: dittany
Drosera rotundifrlia: sundew
Fchium valgare: viper's buglass, blueweed
Erythrea centaurium (Entaurium umbellatum): lesser centaury
Euphrasia officinalis: eyebright
Fragaria vesca: wild strawberry (with Jupiter)
Fraxinus excelsior: ash (with Jupiter)
Gentiana lutea: gentian (with Jupiter)
Glechoma hederacea: ground ivy (with Venus)
Helian thus anuus: sunflower
Hypericum perfora turn: SaintJohn's-wort
mula helenium: elecampane
Juglans regia: walnut tree (with Mercury)
Juniperus communis: juniper (with Jupiter and Mercury)
Laurus nobilis: laurel (with Jupiter)
Matricaria chamomilla: German chamomile
Melissa offtcinalis: lemon balm (with Jupiter)
Olea europea: olive tree (with Jupiter; often classified under Jupiter)
Oryza sativa: rice
Paeonia officinalis: peony
Passiflora incarnata: passionflower
Piper: pepper (white and black)
Plantago lanceolata: ribwort (with Mars)
Plantago major: plantain (with Mars)
Potentilla reptans: cinquefoil, five-leaf, finger-grass
Rosmarinus officinalis: rosemary
Ruta graveolens: common rue
Sinapis alba: white mustard
Sinapis nigra: black mustard
Viscum album: mistletoe (with Juniper and moon)
Vitis vinifrra: grapevine (with Jupiter and moon)
Zedoaria (Curcuma zedoaria): zedoary
Zingiber officinale: ginger
Therapeutic effect of the lunar plants: Many food plants, alternative,
cooling, moisturizing, enzymic, and promoting fermentation.
Acanthus mollis: acanthus
Agnus castus: monk's pepper
Atriplex silvestris: atriplex, orache, all-seed, notchweed
Bellis perennis: daisy
Brassicae: all kinds of cabbage, brassicaceous plants
Cardamine pratense: lady's smock, cuckoo flower
Carica papaya: papaya
Cheiranthus cheiri: wallflower
Cucumis sativus: cucumber
Cucurbita Pepo: pumpkin, gourd
Curcuma longa: turmeric
Galium aparine: galium, cleavers, goose grass
Hieracium pilosella: hawkweed, mouse-ear
Hyssopus officinalis: hyssop
Iris florentina: Florentine iris (with Saturn)
Iris germanica: German iris (with Saturn), dark blue flowers
Iris pallida: pale iris (with Saturn), pale blue flowers
Lactuca sativa: cabbage-lettuce
Lenticula palustris: duckweed
Ligustrum vulgare: privet
Lilium album: white lily
Lysimachia nummularia: moneywort
Myristica fragrans: nutmeg
Nasturtium officinale: watercress
Nymphaea alba: water lily
Papa ver rhoeas: corn poppy (with Saturn)
Papaver somnifrruni: opium poppy (with Saturn)
Ruta lunaria: moonwort
Salices: all kinds of willows
Sedum acre: sharp stonecrop, wall-pepper
Sedum telephium: orpine
Stellaria media: chickweed
Telephium vulgare: sedum
Tilia: lime-tree (with Venus)
Trapa natans: water chestnut
Veronica officinalis: speedwell
Vinca minor: myrtle, periwinkle
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