You might have heard of medicinal and curing properties of herbs and plants from you grandmother. But have you heard of spell herbs and plants with magical meaning and extraordinary magical properties?
Herbs have been used for their magical powers in ancient rituals and these practices have endured down the ages to today.
Magical Herbs Used in Spells
Their extraordinary powers have been put to use for brewing powerful elixirs, seducing lovers and soothing the mind. Magickal Herbs have been used for all imaginable purposes ranging from healing to soothing, from protection to enticing people’s palates and from making people fall in love to regaining lost love. Yes, herbs and magic go hand in hand and almost every herb has a specific and a significant meaning that holds very important for the magic practitioner. Using the right herb and plants for magic can help you achieve amazing effects and results through spell casting.
There are herbs that can be used for money, some can be used for love, some can be used for curing and healing and so on. Every herb is specific in actions and nature.
Adding herbs to your spells increases the strength and effect of the spell manifold. You might wonder how the herbs come to possess magical and spiritual properties. But, all plants, flowers, herbs have an energy field of their own and this energy of theirs adds to the energy of the spell. It is believed that herbs can transfer their energy through to us by mere physical contact.
The Most Important Herbs for Spells
Let’s have a look at few of the herbs and plants and their “magical” meanings and significance.
Basil this plant is used for love spells and also for purification baths.
Blackberry is applied for the working of money spells and the vines of this plant are believed to be very protective in nature.
Acacia stands for protection and psychic powers and is accordingly used for protection spells.
This herb stands for protection, strength, purification, energy and innocence.
Caraway: This herb too symbolizes protection, and apart from that, purification, lust, health and psychic powers.
Dandelion is used when the practitioner wants to call upon the spirits, for making wishes come true and divination.
Angelica is an herb that is used for gaining clarity of vision and thinking, exorcism and for protection
Aster stands for friendship and love and helps in fostering them
The Pepper Tree stands as a symbol of protection and helps with its powers in the process of healing and maintaining or regaining good health.
This pretty flower symbolizes love lust. Money and mental powers
This Primrose stands for love, lust and protection and is used in spells for making a person fall in love.
The rose, the eternal symbol of love and beauty, stands for other aspects like healing, protection, luck, psychic powers and divination.
Skullcap stands for love fidelity and mental peace.
Tamarinds meaning lies in healing, in love and protecting.
Above mentioned are few of the most influential herbs and their meanings. There are thousands more which mean and stand for various qualities.
Herbs can be included within the spell either by the practitioner mixing it and visualizing the effects and results. This way the herbs pass on their energy to the spell, making it work with added strength and vigor. The practitioners can also simply roll the candles required to perform the magic into the herb or mixture of the herbs. This way the energy of the herbs is passed on to the candles, its flame and thereby to the spell.