Deliriously warm and sensual, using nutmeg in witchcraft and magic promotes heightened spiritual states. From clairvoyance to kitchen witchery, this versatile spice carries potent energetic potential. And there’s a good chance you’ve already got a bottle of it lurking in your pantry! So let’s bust that bad boy out and make some magic. Travel spells.…9 Ways … Continue reading Reblog…9 Ways to Use Nutmeg in Witchcraft — Moody Moons
By Jennifer Poindexter Have you ever spoken to someone who grows stinging nettle on purpose You may have looked at them like they had three heads, initially. However, many people grow this herb because it has a variety of uses and benefits. Stinging nettle herb (also known as urtica dioica) is used as a home…How to … Continue reading Reblog…How to Grow Stinging Nettle — Gardening Channel
Silver candles look beautiful in any situation. But what are they used for? Silver candles are used in witchcraft to represent the Goddess, the moon, and opens us up to psychic signals and dreams. Silver candles are used in magic for love, healing, and rest. What Do Silver Candles Represent Choosing the right witchcraft candles…Silver Candles: … Continue reading Reblog…Silver Candles: Powerful Conduits Of Feminine & Lunar Energy — Eclectic Witchcraft
This Mabon incense recipe incorporates seasonal herbs, spices and flowers for a sweet-smelling blend to warm the autumn hearth fire. Loose incense blends are natural, easy to make and a totally holistic way to celebrate Sabbats. Born out of playful herbalism sessions in my kitchen, I tinkered with this blend for a while before I…DIY Mabon … Continue reading Reblog….DIY Mabon Incense Loose Blend (Fall Equinox) — Moody Moons
This week we're kicking off with posts from the past and highlighting lore, crystals, herbs, rituals etc.. that we can do to celebrate the upcoming Autumnal Equinox/Mabon and the official start to my favorite Season Fall...
By Matt Gibson The butterfly bush is a lovely deciduous shrub with hefty masses of flowers in the form of long, pointed trusses ranging from white to pink, lavender and deep purple. The fast-growing, low-maintenance shrub is hardy to USDA zones five through nine and is a great addition to your garden, especially if you…How to … Continue reading Reblog…How to Grow Butterfly Bush (Buddleja davidii) — Gardening Channel