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Magickal Herbs 101: Angelica Root

Magickal Herbs 101: Angelica Root

Paracelsus, a German-Swiss physician in the 1400-1500s known for instituting the role of chemistry into science, notoriously called Angelica Root... Marvelous Medicine.  Why, though?  For hundreds of years, people have utilized Angelica Root in their lives for many reasons. It has a distinct, sweet smell and is occasionally used whereas the plant itself (not the seed, leaf, fruit, and root) is sometimes used in recipes. Holistic practitioners praise and acknowledge it for its ability to treat heartburn, stomachaches, circulation issues, runny nose, anxiety, and trouble sleeping. Today, we recognize Angelica Root as an offering to Archangel Michael during our practices...

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The Power of Red Rose Buds

The Power of Red Rose Buds

                             Rose Magick & Properties From healing and bringing joy to being a wonderful addition for love spells - oh, and simply being an overall symbol of love, roses have been passionately used for centuries. Their beautiful energy protects us and our hearts and brings happiness and peace within. When we give or receive roses as a gift, we feel loved. As a symbol of innocence and purity, it serves as a reminder to live authentically and to cherish what is around us. We must see the...

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Jericho Flower: Elevating Your Practices

Jericho Flower: Elevating Your Practices

Using the Jericho Flower and watching the magic unfold The revival flower, the flower that never dies, the Rose of Jericho, the dinosaur plant. Whatever you choose to call it, it's simply amazing.  What is it, exactly, you might ask?  It's a type of spike moss that is said to bring peace, love, power, and abundance into your home. The spirit of the Jericho Flower contains ancient mystic properties ... . even after it has apparently succumbed to death. This mysterious plant teaches us and serves as a reminder that even during times of drought and hopelessness, we are indeed...

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