Friday, February 15, 2013


Mortar and pestle

 red wine 
beautiful glasses for serving the wine
- 1 red candle 1 stick of incense a saucepan
- 3 types of love herbs, 1 teaspoon of each (check that the herbs you chose are not poisonous )
Prepare your altar, light the incense and candle. Grind the herbs in your mortar and pestle (If you
have used it for grinding poisonous herbs, then either buy a new one for cooking, or use a food
processor ), charge the herbs for your magical purpose. Put enough wine in the saucepan, simmer,
then add herbs slowly. As you do it, feel your intention for love, stir in herbs, keeping your focus.
For best results, do on the waxing of the moon and chose herbs that suit your taste. Some herbs
and spices do have a very strong taste.

Herbs include

Acacia: Use the bark and twigs for awakening love and enhancement of physical strength.

African violet: Harmony and love are released from your heart when this is burnt.

Aster: A love herb that's great in amulets in combination with other ingredients.

Balm of Gilead: Amulets and potions work more efficiently when laced with these buds.

Basil: A magical love herb great for spell work and divination.

Bay leaves: Infuse a love potion with these  leaves.

Catnip: Other than driving your feline insane, this herb can be used in spells for love (and luck) or in amulets for fertility.

Cinnamon: A known aphrodisiac, this excels in spells of sexuality and passion and deepens any meditations on love.

Cloves: A staple love spell ingredient- it also bolsters beauty.

Damiana: An aphrodisiac, used in spells of sexuality and love.

Dandelion: Used in love spells that call for fulfillment of desires kept secret.

Dill: Used in rituals and spells that seek to bring about longing of a sexual nature.

Fennel: Use all parts of this plant (roots, leaves and seeds) in spells or rituals awakening love.

Geranium: Used particularly in spells enhancing fertility.

Ginseng: An aphrodisiac for masculine sexuality, it can also be used in amulets.

Hazelnut: Another ingredient that enhances fertility, it can also be used in prophetic work.

Jasmine: The plant itself is good in spells heightening passion and love while the oil eases a broken heart.

Juniper: The berries increase sexual potency in love spells.

Lavender: The flowers themselves can be used in satchels while candles dipped in the oil are used for spell work.

Lemon: The leaves of the fruit are used in spells and potions that want to evoke longing and love.

Mullein: Readings and potions are heightened by the leaves of this plant.

Oak: The bark and leaves will increase feminine fertility and masculine virility.

Orchid: If your psyche needs some strengthening, incorporate this flower into your spells or potions.

Rose: A standard love spell ingredient, the buds are good for readings while the oil bolsters courage.

Rosemary: This herb can be used in potions and amulets to awaken sensuality.

Strawberry: The actual fruit is an aphrodisiac and used in spells of love or sexuality while the leaves bring about luck.

Thyme: If you are planning on doing any love related dream work, have some of this on hand.

Vanilla: The flowers of the plant are aphrodisiacs and work well in satchels while the hulls do best in amulets or talismans.

Verbena: An aphrodisiac well suited for spells of love and sexuality, readings or wish work.

Violet: An aphrodisiac, works best in satchels and amulets to draw in sexuality and love.

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