HOODOO HERB AND ROOT MAGIC BY CATHERINE YRONWODE PDF

Powers of the Psalms by Anna Riva The Master Book of Candle Burning by Henri Gamache Hoodoo Herb and Root Magic by Catherine Yronwode The Art of. Featuring magical herbs and roots from The Lucky Mojo Curio Co. Occult Shop. Herbs Excerpt from “Hoodoo Herb and Root Magic” by catherine yronwode. Hoodoo Herb and Root Magic: A Materia Magica of African-American Conjure The author, catherine yronwode, is the proprietor of the Lucky Mojo Curio.

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Lavender powders are used when the colour purple is called for. Mixed mabic other herbs to make a rinse water for laundry that keeps a lover faithful. A packet of 9 rusted Coffin Nails, with instructions for use in “bad work. To bring continuous good luck and a steady flow of money in business and gambling.

Manufacturers and Distributors of Hoodoo and Cstherine Supplies: Mullein Leaves Use in Magic: Plantain Leaves Use in Magic: A magic herb to protect from liars, false friends, backbiters, and “snakes in the grass.

Carried for safety and good health while travelling or when away from home.

Hoodoo Herb and Root Magic by catherine yronwode

Blackberry Leaves Use in Magic: Brewed into an herbal tea in which one bathes for purification, jinx-removal, and cleansing. Chamomile Flowers Use in Magic: Thanks for telling us about the problem. Botanical and Mineral Curios do not qualify for this special. Complete with lore rkot legend of their use in conjure spells.

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

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Explore the Home Gift Guide. Nettle Herb Use in Magic: Medical usages for many of the herbs, supplementary botanical notes, a series of cross-indexes listing herbs by the magical conditions for which they are recommended, plus 50 beautiful black and white illustrations of herbs and vintage herb packaging round out this informative reference volume.

Sulphur Powder Use in Magic: These African religions mixed together and coagulated with European magick brought over by the slave owner and native American lore. Anise Seed Use in Magic: Celandine Use in Magic: Peach Tree Leaves Use in Magic: Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon.

Dog Ankle Bone Use in Magic: Used to remove evil spirits rooot a home and to return evil to a person doing you harm.

Used in divination, bone reading, and as a lucky charm, representing faithfulness, loyalty, obedience, devotion, watchfulness; mobility, goals, journeys. Buckeye Nut Use in Magic: Did you like what you read here? Carried in a bag or brewed into tea for luck in love, sex, and family matters. She has had an extensive career in the comic book industry, and coauthored Women and the Comicsthe first book on women in comics. Jul 30, KimLainera Zaballa rated it really liked it.

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I remember a while back buying some money drawing oil from the local occult shop and really liking the smell. Also to make a person return to you. To save effort and time, unscented base packets of bath crystals, incense powders, and sachet powders are available for purchase in retail quantities.

Used in binding spells, both for love-magic and for evil purposes. Used in divination, bone reading, and as a lucky charm, representing wishes, hopes, dreams come true. Sprinkled on the money in your wallet to attract more money and good fortune to you.

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

Strength, honour, wisdom, greed, slow to anger, twins. With 24, copies in print, it has become a go-to hoooo source for workers in almost every magical tradition.

To mess up, jinx, or trouble an enemy. Use natural an blend with other colours to make them lighter in shade or as a fallback when the colour of choice is not available.

Provides magical protection and strengthens those who are weak, timid, afraid, or shy. Cloves, Whole Use in Magic: