Posted in conservation, Witchy Tips

OneTreePlanted, What it is, and Why Witches Should Care.

So it has occurred to me that I don’t think enough people know about OneTreePlanted. Why aren’t other witches gushing about this charity? Probably just because they don’t know how awesome it is.

So, here we go, my pitch for OTP.

This would be an especially useful resource for any witches who work with earth, or who involve land spirits in their practice at all. Want to make an offering to an earth deity? Donating to OTP is a safe and affordable way to do it.

You have witchy friends with birthdays or want to get a meaningful gift for them for a holiday? You can buy a tree as a gift and, again, *its one single dollar* How cool is that?

With all the horrible things happening involving gag orders on the EPA and the silencing of climate change advocates, if you want to take action to help save the planet, but don’t have a lot of means or energy to do so, this is the charity for you.

Posted in Witchy Tips

Stimmy Ideas for Neurodivergent Witches

This is an ongoing post and I will add videos as I make them! 🙂

Before we get into the video resources for sensory crafts, I wanted to share some of my stimmy tips!

I am a Neurodivergent witch (depression-anxiety-ptsd-dissociation), and my main stims are sensory toys, chewing my nails (I’m currently trying to switch from this to using chewelry because my intestinal lining has been damaged by the decade and a half of nail chewing), picking at my nails, rocking, bouncing my leg violently, tapping my feet, pulling/messing with my hair and pacing.

So these are just my personal tips on how to combine magic with stimming!

  • Enchant your stims. To do this, just give each stim an individual task. For example, when I rock back and forth I associate that with astral traveling. When I bounce my leg, I am grounding and shaking off excess energy. When I pace, I am raising energy. The potential for this is pretty much limitless, and all you have to do is tell yourself, “When I ____, it will ____.”
  • Use astral travel to help you cope with dissociation or anxiety. Building mindscapes, astral projecting and astral meditations have been helping me to cope with my dissociation for nearly twenty years.
  • Use energy work to help with anxiety and depression. Even just sitting there and breathing deeply and feeling energy flow through you can help. I like to make energy balls and then send them off with different ‘jobs’ to do (this is how I cast spells). I find that doing this and using deep breathing techniques really calms me down, helps me feel in control and helps me to feel like I have a purpose.
  • Use shadow work to help you confront and heal from traumas or PTSD. This one may be something you do very rarely (I usually average about one Shadow a year…at the most) because it can be VERY exhausting, but I really do always feel good afterwards and it has helped me to heal from quite a few emotional traumas.
  • Cultivate an emotionally and mentally rewarding witchy hobby. It could be anything from drawing sigils, growing and caring for a potted plant, collecting crystals to learning to make slime or sensory toys. Find something you enjoy that is not a very demanding task, something that can relax you and something that makes you happy.
  • Make small goals for yourself and reward yourself when you meet it. It can be anything. Get out of bed or take a shower or go get groceries. This isn’t necessarily a magic-related tip, but it really helps my depression.

Okay! On with the main part of the post! The hyperlinks will take you to my DIY/Stimming videos on youtube so you can make it yourself, or you can check out my etsy shop here to check out my current selection available for purchase!

General Use:

For Green Witches:

For Sea Witches:

For Space Witches:

For Winter Witches:

For Storm Witches:

For Kitchen Witches:

 

 

 

 

Posted in book reviews, witchy book reviews

Animal Talk by Penelope Smith

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After reading Animal Speak by Ted Andrews, I was super discouraged. I distanced myself from reading any kind of witchy books that focused on animals because of it. That book was so disgusting and culturally appropriative. I picked this book up because I had heard about the author on the internet. She is an ‘animal therapist’ and instead of magic or witchcraft, her book falls more in line with psychic and telepathic studies. The book covers the history of inter-species telepathic communication and how you yourself can use it to communicate with animals, wild or domestic.

I have to say I was very pleasantly surprised. I found no traces of cultural appropriation in this book and it is written in a very non-biased and secular way. The book not only teaches you how to communicate with animals, but also gives you exercises to try and several pages of personal examples from the author involving how to communicate with specific kinds of animals. I really enjoyed it. Smith doesn’t involve religion (I think she mentions her personal beliefs once in one of her personal stories), she doesn’t involve closed cultures, and she explains everything very clearly. I truly believe that after reading this book, with enough practice I will be able to fluently communicate with animals. I’ve always kind of been able to do so to an extent, but it kind of comes and goes. I’m really excited to put the new stuff I learned in this book to the test.

Posted in Witchy Tips

Violet’s Witchy Tips Masterpost

This is a collection of my most popular witchy tips content posts! I will be adding on to this regularly. It is designed to help witchlings and seasoned practitioners alike! If there is a topic you would like for me to writer about that I have not already covered, please contact me and I will make it!

The Basics//

Getting Started/

Elemental Based Craft//

Location Based Craft//

Internal Based Craft//

Hobby Based Craft//

The Craft, Identity and Health//

The Craft and Activism//

Open Pantheons//

Cultural Appropriation//

Other Useful Information//

Posted in conservation, DIY, Witchy Tips

Conservation Craft: Saving the Planet

Now, if you are like me, you think ‘how can I possibly make a difference?’ when it comes to conservation and helping restore our earth to a health state of being. Not all witches do this (but they should in my opinion because we all live here and we are all responsible for nature’s survival. Without nature, there are no humans). But, in reality, everyone can make a difference. Even something small can really help. But not all of us have the funds or the means to do extreme things like sell our cars and take a bike to work, or donate buckets of money to reforestation funds. So I thought I would put together a list of easy and simple ways that we, as broke young people and witches, can help change the world for the better.

Tools of the Trade//

  • Books, for research
  • Potted plants or a garden
  • The latest green technology
  • Environmentalist Activism flyers and pamphlets
  • Chamomile Infused Water
  • Moss Agate, Tree Agate, Rainforest Jasper, Jade Crystals

Reducing Your Carbon Footprint//

  • What is a carbon footprint? Well, according to Oroeco, “The greenhouse gases that cause climate change all eventually trace back to how we spend our money, from the food we eat to the energy we use to power our homes and move around. Since climate change is so big, it’s tempting to think it’s someone else’s problem. But companies won’t clean up until we stop buying their products; politicians won’t enact meaningful policies until we demand them; and most folks won’t change their lifestyles until they see friends and neighbors do the same.”
  • Every individual creature on the planet emits a carbon footprint. From electricity you use, food you eat, the car you drive, it all effects climate change and global warming.
  • But because everyone is part of the problem, everyone also has the potential to become a part of the solution.
  • Keeping track of your footprint doesn’t have to be stressful, either. It can be fun! Using a website/app like Oroeco, which helps you calculate your carbon footprint and guides you into making greener choices can help stop climate change!
  • Some of the best ways to reduce your carbon footprint can be found below!

Ways to Go Green//

  • Cut back on Electricity  use. Turn lights off when you aren’t in the room, unplug electronics when they are not in use, start air drying clothes instead of using electric dryers, and turn the AC up a few degrees in the summer and the heat down a few degrees in the winter.
  • Cut back on Water use. Cutting back to a 5 minute shower can save you anywhere from 10 to 100 dollars a year, depending on how long you  normally take in the shower. Try to cut back to doing laundry once or twice a week. Leave the water off while you brush your teeth.
  • Switch to a Renewable energy source. Most energy companies have a ‘renewable energy’ alternative, like for PSO it’s WindChoice.
  • Recycle. This one sucks for me because the nearest recycling place is over 20 miles away. But it is something I definitely want to do more of. Aluminum and tin, plastic, glass, and cardboard are all good things to recycle.
  • Cut back on car use, if possible. For some of us, that isn’t possible. Right now my wife takes the car to and from work and that’s pretty much all we do. Some people who live in cities can take public transportation or walk, but that’s not always an option. You can cut back by combining all your errands into one trip, and by carpooling.
  • Reduce Food Waste. This one is pretty straight forward, I think. Don’t buy things you won’t eat, and try to finish your plate. Try to shop for foods with little or recyclable packaging and that will not go bad right away. Start a compost jar to help reduce the amount of food waste you toss in the trash.
  • Use a Thermos and Reusable cups and bottles, rather than one time use plastic containers.
  • Bring your own reusable bags when shopping, rather than use plastic or paper.
  • Plant a tree. Or grow one in a pot. Growing a container garden is actually pretty easy, you can even do it indoors. Here’s a list of plants that can be grown indoors in containers. Every little plant helps put out oxygen and combats greenhouse effects. If you can’t do this, then you can help plant trees by using the Ecosia search engine, which uses their ad rev to plant trees (I’ve already helped plant over 100 trees just by using their search engine) or you can donate a tree for 1 dollar at OneTreePlanted, and even pick where it gets put in the ground. My detailed pitch for OneTreePlanted for witches can be found here.
  • Recycle or Donate old electronics and batteries, rather than throwing them away. Best Buy has a pretty great recycling program for electronics, and almost all of them are free. I think that Amazon may have a trade in program, too.
  • Donate old clothes. Don’t throw them out! Goodwill and local thrift shops are great for this.
  • Cut back on Disposable Razors. Use green products like Preserve Triple Razor, which require only the replacements of the heads. Good razor care, such as keeping the head dry after it to prevent rusting, can increase a good razor’s life by months. In many places it is illegal to recycle disposable razors and over 1 billion disposable razors are dumped into landfills every year. Preserve also makes toothbrushes.
  • Start using a Menstrual Cup, like Diva Cup or EvaCup. 20 billion estimated pounds of menstrual product waste will be deposited in landfills just this year alone. EvaCup is made of medical grade silicone, lasts for up to 15 years, and costs less than 30 dollars. It could save you thousands of dollars that would’ve been spent on Eco-harmful tampons and pads.
  • Start using Cotton Menstrual Pads. More well known brands such as GladRags and LunaPads can be expensive, but they all make a huge dent. One cotton washable pad is equal to about 600 disposable pads in its lifetime. I get mine off of ebay for like 2 bucks a pad, so that may be a better choice for those of us who aren’t as well off.
  • Start using a Deodorant Crystal. No more buying chemically tainted deodorant for you! Stick Deodorant has been known to only treat symptoms of smelliness, and last maybe a month. They produce plastic and bio waste. Deodorant crystals are all natural, actually work to kill of the bacteria that causes body odor, can last from anywhere from one to five years, and are completely biodegradable.
  • Use less cleaning chemicals. Vinegar, Baking Soda and Lemon are all eco friendly cleaning supplies you could swap out for your chemical based cleaners.
  • Switch to glass and metal, over plastic and paper. This goes for containers of any kind, really. They last longer and are easier to recycle.
  • Use Solar Power. You can get solar power banks for charging electronics, solar powered fans and lights, etc that cut back on the use of harmful electricity.
  • Learn about and switch to eco-friendly tech. My favorite website for keeping up with conservation news is Earth911.
  • Keep indoor and outdoor house plants that absorb and clean up harmful chemicals and air pollution. See list below!

Houseplants that Clean up Air Pollution//

(please note some are not same for pet owners)

  • Aloe Vera (cleans formaldehyde)
  • Bamboo (cleans benzene, formaldehyde, trichloroethylene)
  • Snake Plant (cleans benzene, formaldehyde, trichloroethylene, and xylene)
  • Boston Fern (cleans formaldehyde and xylene)
  • Garden Mum ( ammonia, benzene, formaldehyde, and xylene)
  • Spider Plant (cleans formaldehyde and xylene)
  • Ficus (benzene, formaldehyde, and trichloroethylene)
  • Dracaena (cleans benzene, formaldehyde, trichloroethylene, and xylene)
  • Peace Lily (ammonia, benzene, formaldehyde, and trichloroethylene)

Carbon Offsetting Programs//

  • A Carbon Offsetting Program is a charity or non profit organization that is making an effort to combat climate change and pollution. COPs are very important, but also a dime a dozen. I am going to list just a few of my favorite ones that are pretty affordable and I think are doing pretty important stuff.
  • Plant Trees! You can do this by either actually going out, getting a tree and planting it on your property (just be sure its a species native to your area!), or by donating trees for a dollar a tree on OneTreePlanted, or by switching to the Ecosia Search Engine, which uses their ad rev to plant trees. They have an app for pretty much every internet browser, as well as a smart phone app.
  • Ocean Waste Removal and Water Pollution Reduction. There are a few programs for cleaning up all the trash dumped into the worlds oceans, but a few that I prefer are The Ocean Cleanup and the Seabin. For Water Pollution programs I really like the Freshwater Society.
  • Air Pollution Reduction. My favorite is the Smog Free Project, which is basically a giant air purifier that turns smog into jewelry. Air pollution has been linked to cancers and death, as well as thousands of other health problems. In fact, in many parts of the world, breathing the air is the equivalent of breathing through an exhaust pipe. There are many houseplants you can keep that also help with cleaning up harmful toxins in the air, as listed above.
  • Light Pollution Reduction. If changes are not made soon, our children will not be able to star gaze. Light Pollution is quickly destroying the night sky. My favorite program for combating this is the International Dark-Sky Association. You can purchase their products, become a member or donate to the cause on their website.

Land Offerings in the Americas//

  • If you work with land spirits, or are a green witch, it is important to remember, specifically if you live in North or South America, that you are on colonized, stolen and traumatized land. 500 years of genocide and industry have damaged not just us indigenous peoples who live here, but also the native plants and wildlife.
  • It is important to recognize this fact and to make proper offerings to the land if you want to work with it, as respect the fact that just as we natives were ripped away from our homes, the land suffered from our removal as well. We continue to fight for the protection of our sacred places and this continent as a whole, but the white man is pretty set on destroying everything.
  • For my detailed letter to White American/Canadian Witches and Pagans from me, a Native Witch, click here.
  • So, how can you help?
    • Stand alongside Native Environmental Activists at places like Standing Rock. If you can’t protest or be there, then donate to their cause.
    • Stop culturally appropriating in your witchcraft. Respect closed cultures. I swear to god, the amount of pagans and witches I see claiming to smudge or have spirit animals makes me want to vomit. There are other terms you can use. You do not understand those terms and the religious and cultural connotations behind them, so don’t use them. They are not yours.
    • Make offerings to the land. Acceptable offerings include comforting and nurturing energy, adopting a sickly plant and nursing it back to health, planting plants and trees native to the area, making donations to local parks and protected environments, chamomile infused water, moss agate/tree agate, and lobelia leaf. These are just some basic examples.
    • DO NOT bury jar spells or poppets or spells in general in the ground. Unless you use biofriendly alternatives, such as potatoes.
    • DO NOT send spells into a body of water, unless it is biofriendly and not at all harmful to the environment.

Other Sects of the Craft to Check Out//

Posted in crystals

Jasper: The Supreme Nurturer

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Natural Jasper can be found in various colors and classifications. Common Jasper comes in red, brown, yellow, green, purple and blue. Its opaque, found worldwide and is fairly common.

This stone is known as the Supreme Nurturer because it supports us during tough times, reduces stress and anxiety, brings peace, unites all aspects of our lives, and reminds people to help one another.

Jasper aligns all the energy points as well as balancing them, provides protection, grounds us, absorbs negative energy, and clears the area around it of all electromagnetic, environmental and radioactive pollution. Jasper aids in quick thinking, finding determination, brings courage, stimulates the imagination, re-energizes the body and gives us the drive to see our dreams through to fruition.

Medicinally speaking, Jasper balances the mineral content of the body and supports the circulatory, digestive and sexual systems.

Basanite, or Black Jasper, is a stone for scrying, much like Obsidian. It helps in achieving deep meditation, trances, visions and prophetic dreams.

Blue Jasper is an aura stabilizer. It balances all energies and helps us to connect with the astral realm.

Brecciated Jasper is the best form of Jasper for grounding. It is essentially Jasper veined with Hematite, and is amazing for helping emotional stability. It can also provide mental clarity.

Dalmatian Jasper is often confused with Snowflake Obsidian. But there is a tell to this. Snowflake Obsidian has considerably more black, so its more of a white snowflakes on black surface, whereas Dalmation Jasper is often a white surface with black specs or spots. This stone helps with grounding, clarity, loyalty and purity of the blood.

Elephantskin Jasper is a strong protection stone. It is sturdy and helps with endurance, as well as connecting with the animal world. Other names for this stone are Calligraphy Stone and Miriam Stone.

Fancy Jasper provides oneself with a sense of well being. It also relieves guilt, fear, anxiety and depression as well as build confidence and strength.

Green Jasper is a healing stone that releases us from disease and obsession, as well as balances out parts of our lives that have become harmful. This stone treats skin disorders, aids in bloating, reduces toxicity and inflammation.

Kambaba Jasper calms the mind and body. It heals the body, reduces fears, and increases a sense of self worth. It also boosts the immune system and rids the body of toxins.

Leopardskin Jasper is a stone tied strongly to the animal kingdom, and will help your relationships with that world, as well as your pets. This stone also assists in meditations, balancing light and dark, and strong protection. It reduces insecurities, helps overcome guilt, fear, emotional stress and heals emotional stress. It is helpful for tissue regeneration, DNA health, the digestive processes, skin diseases and insomnia.

Mookaite Jasper proves a balance between soul and body. It encourages us to pursue new adventures, versatility, and new goals. This stone physically stabilizes the body, as it boost the immune system, purifies the blood and helps in healing wounds.

Ocean Jasper is a stone of renewal and wisdom. It is said to have ties to healers and counselors, as it teaches you to love yourself and others. It is useful in coping with change, being more empathetic to others, relieving stress, and promoting a sense of peace. Health benefits of Ocean Jasper include support of the immune system, lymph, circulatory, the female reproductive system, PMS, digestive systems, colds, flus, infammation, insomnia, skin problems and bloating. An amazing stone for any healer’s collection.

Orbicular Jasper is a supporting stone. It helps with accepting responsibility, encourages patience, helps with breathing problems, as well as eliminating toxins that may cause body odor.

Picasso Jasper helps us to enjoy life, make new friends, attract like minded people to us, grounding, calming, self discipline, and can even promote weight loss.

Picture Jasper is an earth stone and raises ecological awareness, brings stability, balance, and helps in deep meditation, centering, and astral travel. It clears pollutants and encourages the cleansing of the body, as well as healing the skin. Picture Jasper can also boost the immune system. It is know for bringing repressed issues to light and helping us deal with them and learn lessons from them. This stone brings comfort, alleviates fear, instills a sense of harmony and peace.

Poppy Jasper is a joyful stone, bringing vitality and passion, as well as grounding energy, increasing libido and dispersing sexual frustration. It also improves dream recollection, balancing energies in the body, clearing pollution, encouraging determination and courage, as well as stimulating the imagination and transforming ideas into reality. It supports the circulatory, digestive and sexual systems, as well as dissolves blockages in the lover and balancing the mineral content of the body. Poppy Jasper assists in all sexual endeavors and sexual health.

Purple Jasper is less common, so not many known uses have been revealed as of yet. It is said to eliminate contradictions.

Rainforest Jasper is strongly connected to nature. It unites us with the earth, creating a stability and peace. It helps us put down roots and feel grounded. It encourages you to accept yourself as you are as well as a deep self respect for yourself and for others. It supports objective thinking, clarity, imagination, and creativity. It is beneficial for flu, colds, viral infections and healing cellular memory.

Red Jasper is one of the more common forms natural jasper comes in. It is a gentle stone that ground energy, rectifies unjust situations, brings problems to light before they get out of control, provides insight to difficult situations, calms the emotions, helps dream recollection, cleans and stabilizes the aura. In regards to health, this stone strengthens and detoxes the circulatory system, blood, liver and can dissolve blockages in the liver.

Royal Plume Jasper is known for helping to align spiritual energies, eliminating contradictions, support the preservation of one’s dignity, and bringing emotional and mental stability.

Shiva Lingham stones are a type of jasper that is a mix of black and brown, usually in an elongated shape that help with connection to your past, to ancestors, and to the spirit world. They represent the endless power of the universe.

Skagway Jasper is a rare form of Ocean Jasper found in Skagway, Alaska. It has many of the same properties of Ocean Jasper, only amplified. A stone of peace, calm, and ice.

Tiger Iron is a combination of Tiger’s Eye, Hematite, and Jasper. It is an extremely useful stone, promoting vitality, creativity, and talent. This stone helps the blood, eliminates toxins, strengthens muscles, and helps with the production of natural steroids.

Yellow Jasper is another of the more common breeds of Jasper and is a wonderful stone for protection and channeling positive energy. It can physically make you feel better, as it encourages the endocrine system, releases toxins, heals digestion and cures stomach problems.

 

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Easy to Find Plants and Stones for Green Witches//

Psychicism//

Plants:

•dandelion •willow •peppermint •jasmine

•cinnamon •ivy •fern •blueberry •carrot

Stones:

•amethyst •aventurine •citrine •fluorite

•labradorite •moonstone •calcite •pyrite

Protection//

Plants:

•basil •bay leaf •parsley

•cayenne pepper •lavender •sage

•bamboo •garlic •onion

Stones:

•agate •carnelian •citrine

•Jade •Jasper •jet •moonstone

•obsidian •onyx •sunstone •tigers eye •tourmaline

Sleeping and Dreaming//

Plants:

•peppermint •thyme •jasmine •lavender •chamomile

Stones:

•amethyst •citrine •jet •labradorite (recalling dreams) •moonstone

Purification//

Plants:

•lavender •parsley •sage •bamboo

•peppermint •grapefruit

Stones:

•Amethyst •Calcite •Citrine

Love//

Plants:

•ginger •ginseng •lavender •parsley

•spearmint •peppermint •strawberry •catnip

Stones:

•agate •rose quartz •jade •moonstone •tourmaline

Good Luck//

Plants:

•daisy •bamboo •strawberry

Stones:

•aventurine •jet •tigers eye

Gardening//

•moss agate •jade •moonstone •malachite

Grounding//

•hematite •obsidian •tigers eye •tourmaline

Healing//

Plants:

•ginseng •onion •thyme •peppermint

Stones:

•agate •amethyst •aventurine •carnelian

•hematite •jade •jasper •quartz •sodalite •tourmaline

Divination//

Plants:

•bay leaf •dandelion •willow

Stones:

•hematite •jet •obsidian

Peace//

Plants:

•chamomile •lavender

Stones:

•amethyst •labradorite •agate

Wishes//

Plants:

•bay leaf •dandelion •ginseng •sage •bamboo

Stones:

•tigers eye •quartz •obsidian •onyx •jasper

Stormcraft//

Plants:

•heather •pansy •saffron

Stones:

•pietersite •azurite •blue lace agate •labradorite

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Green Witchery: A Guide to Earth Magic

Green Magic is all about connecting and working with the earth. She is seen as a living being and all her inhabitants have spirits and feelings. This was my original vocation when I started practicing the craft, so it may be a pretty long post. Bear with me, this knowledge is worth knowing!

//Tools//

  • Fallen Branches
  • Found Feathers
  • Crystals
  • Dirt and Mud
  • Rain Water and Moon Water
  • Bones and Fossils
  • Mortar and Pestle
  • Herbs
  • Plants
  • Pressed Leaves and Flowers
  • Incense
  • Essential Oils
  • Herbal Teas

//Dirt Types and Uses//

Dirt is the very essence of the earth. It is her very life force. Therefore it is quite magical. The location of where the dirt is collected can change its properties.

  • Footprint: Banishing or Attracting a Particular Individual
  • Crossroads: Transformation, Wishes
  • Graveyard: Protection, Curses
  • Bank: Finances, Abundance, Wealth
  • Church: Positive Energies or Spirits
  • School: Learning, Knowledge, Wisdom
  • Enemy’s House: Placing a Curse
  • Your House: Protection, Warding
  • Garden or Flower Pot: Growth, Abundance, Prosperity
  • Shopping Mall: Employment, Jobs, Success
  • Police Station: Justice
  • Work Place: Promotion, Success

Earth Magic//

Earth related magical practices vary from herbal work to crystal work, from gardening to aromatherapy.

 

Animal and Plant Scrying//

•Animal scrying is the interpretation of wild animals present in your general vicinity. Example, if I see a deer, that could be a sign that soon I will embark on a grand adventure. Plant scrying is the same basic principle

 

Creature Magic//

A branch of green Magick that focuses primarily on working with animals, fantastic creatures, familiars, the spirits of animals and astral creatures.

 

Other Tips//

  • Simple Elemental Magic
  • Energy in the Forces of Nature
  • Get to know the native plants and wildlife in your area. Barnes and Noble sells illustrated field brochures for local plants and wildlife for something like 7 dollars.
  • Keep a journal documenting wildlife sightings.
  • Keep a collection of pressed native leaves and flowers.
  • Go for lots of walks and hikes.
  • Make your own homemade herbal tea.
  • Keep a potted herb garden.
Posted in Herbalism How To, herbs, Witchy Tips

Essential Oils and Aromatherapy//

My favorite way to use these lovely tools is in a hot bath. :3

•Chamomile- peace, sleep, immunity
•Cinnamon- passion, psychic powers
•Clary Sage- euphoria, PMS, fatigue
•Cypress- comfort, hormone balance
•Dragon’s Blood- psychic powers
•Eucalyptus- Healing, respiratory
•Geranium- protection, fatigue
•Honeysuckle- concentration, money
•Jasmine- meditation
•Juniper- detox, relieve urine retention
•Lavender-peace, passion, dreams
•Lemongrass- psychic awareness
•Musk- courage, fertility, passion
•Patchouli- energy, skin, diuretic
•Peppermint- mental powers, digestion
•Pine- purification, decongestant
•Rose- peace, love
•Rosemary- concentration, healing
•Sandalwood- healing, psychic powers
•Thyme- courage, colds, aches
•Vervain- fertility, money
•Violet- healing, passion, protection

Remember dears, these are not for internal ingestion. Some, like eucalyptus, should not be applied directly to the skin. Do your research before using.