Metaphysical Herbs

Metaphysical Herbs


Magickal Herbs is an age old tradition dating back to ancient Egyptian times, it has been used for many purposes, such as healing, self empowerment, love spells and protection. Each magickal herb has its own magical properties and strengths and can be used to add power to any kind of spell. Herb magick will have the desired result regardless of the strength of the caster, due to the fact the herbs themselves have high levels of magickal properties contained within. With its multiple uses, the speed and effectiveness of its power, herb magick is one of the most popular of the craft used today. 





  Mandrake root one of the most sought out herbs of the metaphysical herbs was imagined by the ancients to look human in form and was often pictured in various texts as a man with a very long beard, or a woman with a very bushy head of hair. If the root was split into two, it was considered female. If not, it was male. The Female roots were the most valuable and believed to be a useful charm to promote luck and wealth.  




Ancient herbalists believed that these magickal herbs cured what it looked like. They thought that the spike looked like a snake’s tongue, so this fern was used as an antidote to snake bites. The Adder’s Tongue may be used in spells for lust or to combat frigidity.  

Gathered during waning moon, the bulbs and leaves may be used as a plaster for minor wounds, tumors and boils. Soak some adder’s tongue in cold water, and apply it to a wound or bruise (Wrap in a cloth) until the herb goes warm. Next, bury the wet herb in a muddy place. The wound will heal.




BLUE CORNFLOWER   Centaurea Cyanus 

Blue Cornflower also known as a Bachelor's button  

Perfect for making a fluid condenser in magic Blue Cornflower is the ancient plant of love, sex and fertility and can be worn upon the breast for attracting love  

Of all Magickal Herbs this is The Patrón Herb of Herbalist