Categories for Herbs

How to Dress a Candle for Spellwork

August 11, 2021 11:08 pm Published by

Candles are included in spellwork, and there’s a reason why. Fire magic is powerful — it can help transform energy, focus your desires, send intentions into the universe, burn away what you want to release, and more. Candles are powerful on their own, but dressing a candle for spellwork can help amplify and intensify your spell. In this blog post, I’ll be breaking down how to dress a candle for spellwork. To get more of an intro to candle magick, check out this blog post. WHY DRESS A CANDLE FOR SPELLWORK? Dressing a candle spellwork can mean rubbing a candle... Continue Reading

Herbal Magick 101 // How to Get Started with Herbal Magick

July 14, 2021 8:45 pm Published by

Herbal magick is the practice of working with plants in magic. This could mean working with plants for healing, eating, ritual, spellwork, and more. Why work with herbal magick? To me, plants connect us to ancestry and the land we’re on. They root us into relationship with nature, with mother Earth. They have energy and magic of their own that can amplify a spell, help us heal, and support our intentions.  Part of living a magical life is engaging with the world around us, and working with plants feels like a powerful way to do that.  In this blog post,... Continue Reading

Winter Solstice & Yule Spell Jar for Rebirth

December 16, 2020 11:22 pm Published by

The winter solstice, also called Yule in Germanic traditions, is the longest night and shortest day of the year. It is the time we have the most darkness, and after the winter solstice, the sun returns — growing each day. Because of this darkness and return of the light, the solstice is deeply associated with rebirth. A kind of new year for witches, if you will. In this blog post, I’ll share how to make a DIY spell jar for rebirth in honor of the winter solstice. This would be a great practice to do on the winter solstice or... Continue Reading

Conjuring Strength & Healing with Creosote

June 11, 2020 3:42 am Published by

Arizona is known for its deserts, creepy-crawlies, and massive Saguaros, but the creosote bush is a powerful desert plant that might be new to you! Creosote is the most drought-tolerant plant in North America. Found throughout the southwestern deserts of Arizona, Texas, and Chihuahua, it can live for at least two years with no water at all, *GASP* retaining any amounts it gets in its vast root system. It helps itself by shedding its leaves or branches but is usually an evergreen bush!  How amazing, to be just like the creosote bush- evergreen all year long no matter the weather. ... Continue Reading

3 Herbal Recipes to Enhance Your Intuition

March 11, 2020 11:27 pm Published by

With so many herbs available to enhance your intuition, I wanted to share a few quick DIY recipes so you can put them to use! This is my last post in a more extended series about the intuition if you missed any of the previous posts and want to check them out first, click here. Our ancestors have used herbs for more than just healing; a variety of plants have been used to connect with the psychic realm and experience spiritual awakenings since the beginning of time. The herbs suggested in this post are of the gentler variety, no peyote... Continue Reading