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Acacua – leguminosae, mimosacceae

  • Folk names – cassie flower, catechu, Egyptian thorn, gum Arabic

  • Uses

    • to contact the dead

    • open mind to visions

Adder’s tongue – liliaceae

  • folk names – dog-tooth violet, rattlesnake violet, serpents tongue, yellow snake-leaf

  • Uses

    • Step enemies from mentioning your name

    • Protect from back-biting or meddling in-laws

African Bird Pepper 

African ginger – see ginger

African pepper grains – see grains of paradise

African wishing beans – see mojo beans

Agar agar – algae

  • Folk names – Ceylon moss, sea lettuce, sea spirit

  • Uses

    • protect against unsettled or evil spirits

    • semi-invisibility

Agar wood – see aloes wood

Agrimony – rosaceae

  • folknames – cocklebur, sticklewort

  • Uses

    • Shield from threatened curse

    • Repel the evil eye and repair the damage

    • Undo a curse

    • Undo tricks that caused people to slander against your marriage

    • Business – to “hook” in customers

Alfalfa – Leguminosae

  • Uses

    • Power to bring about good fortune in all sorts of money matters

Allspice – myrtaceae

  • Folkname – Jamaica pepper, clove pepper

  • Uses

    • Draw good luck in business and gambling

    • Relax the mind

Aloes wood – thymeleaceae

  • Folknames – agarwood, eaglewood, lignaloes, lignum aloes

  • Uses

    • Mix aloes & sandlewood, burn to encourage your lover to desire you more deeply

    • To attract a new lover – mix aloes & “come to me” oil. Burn on charcoal in four piles around you as you stand in the moonlight

    • Renew fading love – mix aloes with attraction oil and keep in a dark place for seven nights. Strain out chips and urine or menstrual blood. Cut the oil four times its volume with almond oil. Anoint your lover’s hands and body

    • Keep your spouse safe while traveling – mix aloes with frankincense and burn on charcoal every day your mate is gone.

    • Summon evil spirits

    • Rid a room of evil spirits

Althea – malvaceae

  • Folknames – hollyhock, mallow, marsh mellow, rose of Sharon

  • Uses

    • To protect from evil spirits

    • To bring helpful spirits to you

    • To summon benevolent spirits

Alum – aluminum sulfate

  • Uses

    • To stop gossip

    • Luck in gambling

    • To uncross a rental property

Angelica – umbelliferae

  • Folknames – archangel, dong quai, holy ghost root, masterwort

  • Uses

    • Bless a new baby

    • Cure fear

    • Protection from unruly man

    • Control your partner

    • Purify your home

    • To quieten poltergeists

    • Prevent enemies from entering home

    • Uncrossing

Anise – umbelliferae

  • Uses

    • protection against the evil eye

    • inducing spiritual trances

    • helps with psychic visions

arrow root – marantaceae

  • Uses

    • aid in gambling luck

Asafoetida – umbelliferae

  • Folknames – asafetidy, devil’s dung

  • Uses

    • to prevent disease

    • keep off law

    • stop someone from bothering you

    • get revenge

    • reverse a trick

    • to jinx an enemy

Balm – see lemon balm

Balm of Gilead buds – burse raceae

  • Uses

    • protect against the evil eye

    • put an end to sexual discord

    • foster a reconciliation

    • honey jar to renew affection

    • mend a broken friendship

    • soothe love problems

Basil – labiatae

  • Folknames – holy basil, sacred basil, sweet basil, tulsi

  • Uses

    • happiness and peace in the family

    • protect home from evil

    • personal protection

Bay – lauraceae

  • Folknames – bay laurel, bay leaves, Grecian bay, laurel, sweet bay

  • Uses

    • brings success

    • gives protection

    • induces visions

 

Bayberry – myricaceae

  • Folknames – myrtle candle berry, tallow shrub, wax berry, wax myrtle, vegetable tallow berry

  • Uses

    • to draw in money

Benzoin – styraceae

  • Folknames – Benjamin tree, gum Benjamin, styrax

  • Uses

    • brings good luck and peace of mind

Betony – see wood betony

Black cohosh – see black snake root

Black pepper – piperaceae

  • Folkname – peppercorn

  • Uses

    • Can hurt others or give protection

Black snake root – ranunculaceae

  • Folknames – black cohosh, bugbane, rattlesnake root

  • Uses

    • highly protective and lucky

    • make an unwanted renter move

Blessed thistle – compositae

  • Folkname – holy thistle

  • Uses

    • protects against evil

Bloodroot – papaveraceae

  • Folknames – coon root, puccoon root, red puccoon, red paint root, tetterwort

  • Uses

    • stops family troubles and aids in sexual pleasure

Blue cohosh – berberidaceae

  • Folknames – papoose root

  • Uses – protects objects and places from evil

Boneset – composiate

  • Folknames – thoroughwort, white snake root

  • Uses

    • protection of jinxing illness

Brick dust – see red brick dust

Buckeye – sapindaceae

  • Folknames – conker, horse, chestnut

  • Uses

    • gambling charm

    • improves sales in your business

    • aids in getting a job

Burdock – compositae

  • Folkname – batweed

  • Uses

    • cleansing

    • uncrossing

    • protection

Calamus – araceae

  • Folkname – sweet flag

  • Uses

    • Controls people

    • Breaks jinxes

    • Lucky

Calendula – compositae

  • Folknames – marigold, pot marigold

  • Uses

    • Lucky in money matters, court cases and legal matters

Camphor – lauraceae

  • Uses

    • Assists with psychic visions

    • Purifies room without incense

Cardamom – zingiberaceae

  • Uses

    • Makes women enticing and charming to men

Cedar – coniferae

  • Uses

    • Make someone move

    • Rent out a room

    • Make the one you love follow you

 

Celandine – papaveraceae

  • Folknames – greater celandine

  • Uses

    • Protective

    • Keeps off witches and low officers

    • Mixed with poppy seed to win in court by confusing the testimony of police

Chamomile – compositae

  • Folknames – german chamomile, kamille, manzanilla, maythen

  • Uses

    • Protection

    • Brings luck in money and games of chance

Chia seed – labiatae

  • Uses

    • Stop gossip

Chicory – compositae

  • Uses

    • Burn on charcoal with red pepper and other jinxing herbs to strengthen a curse on an enemy

Cilantro seeds – see Coriander

Cinnamon – lauraceae

  • Folkname – cassia bark

  • Uses

    • Brings good fortune in business and games of chance

Clove pepper – see allspice

Clover, red – Leguminosae

  • Folknames – trefoil, shamrock

  • Uses

    • Brings good luck in love and marriage

Cloves – myrtaceae

  • Uses

    • Money-drawing

    • Prosperity

    • Room-renting

    • Friendship

Cohosh, black – see black snake root

Comfrey – boraginaceae

  • Uses

    • Brings money

    • Wards off unknown strangers

    • Peace at home while you travel

Coriander – umbrelliferae

  • Folkname – cilantro seeds

  • Uses

    • Draw love

    • Bring fidelity in marriage

    • Prevent illness

Cramp bark – see devil’s shoestring

Damiana – turneraceae

  • Folkname – love herb

  • Uses

    • Luck in love affairs

    • Believed to have aphrodisiac qualities

Dandelion – compositae

  • Uses

    • Aid in the development of psychic gifts & grant wishes

Deer’s tongue – compositae

  • Folkname – vanilla leaf

    • Luck in love affairs and court cases

Devil’s shoestring – caprifoliaceae

  • Folkname – vanilla leaf

  • Uses

    • Stop someone from harassing you

    • Break blockage caused by enemy

    • Draw customers to illegal business

    • Draw good customers and keep away bad

Dill – umbelliferae

  • Uses

    • Breaks jinxes

    • Removes crossed conditions

    • Brings luck in love, court and wards off disease

Dragon’s Blood – palmaceae

  • Folkname – dragon palm

  • Uses

    • Wards off evil

    • Brings luck in money and love

Elder berries – caprifoliaceae

  • Folkname – popgun elder

  • Uses

    • Make a wish come true

    • Protection from intrusion

    • Keep law away

Elm bark – see slippery elm

Eucalyptus – myrtaceae

  • Uses

    • wards off evil

    • repels enemies who are troubling you at work or home

Fennel – umbelliferae

  • uses

    • ward off troublesome and meddling individuals. Especially those who work for police, immigration services, tax depts and other government agencies

Fern-filices

  • Folknames – bracken fern, kings fern, maidenhair fern, male fern, rattlesnake fern, royal fern, shield root fern

  • Uses

    •  prevents evil from entering the home

    •  male fern for love spells

    • reverses jinxes

Feverfew – compositae

  • Uses

    • prevents accidents

    • break jinx that has caused accidents to occur

Five-finger gross – rosaceae

  • Folknames – cinquefoil, potentilla, septfoil, silverweed, tormentil

  • Uses

    • obtaining love, luck, money, power and wisdom

Flax seed – linaceae

  • Uses

    •  guardian of children, increase psychic abilities

Frankincense – burseraceae

  • Folkname – olibanum

  • Uses

    • summon a spirit

    • consecration and intensification

    • increase power of conjure work

    • peaceful sleep

Galangal root – see little john chew/root

Ginger – zingiberaceae

  • Folkname – Jamaica ginger, jake root, white ginger, African ginger

  • Uses

    • gives fiery form of protection

    • heats up love and money spells

Golden seal – ranunculaceae

  • Folkname – yellow puccoon

  • Uses

    • a powerful guardian and healer when added to any moji hand

Gravel root – compositae

  • Folknames – ague weed, joe-pye weed, queen of the meadow

  • Uses

    • grants control over job situations

Greater celandine – see celandine

Gum Arabic – see acacia

Gum Benjamin -  see benzoin

Hawthorn berries – rosaceae

  • Uses

    • keep a woman from coming around to see your man

Heartsease – see violet

Hibiscus – malvaceae

  • Uses

    • place on altar while doing love work

High John the Conqueror root – convolulaceae

  • Folknames – bindweed, high john, jalap, john the conqueror, king of the woods, king root, man of the earth, man root

  • Uses

    • commanding power, gain personal mastery and strengthen nature

    •  a person possessing a john root will never go long without money or a lover

    • extremely lucky in games of chance and in business

Hollyhock – see Althea

Holy Basil – see basil

Holy Thistle – see blessed thistle

Horse Chestnut – see buckeye

Hyssop – labiatae

  • Uses

    • remove crossed conditions in a home

Irish Moss – algae

  • Folknames – carrageen, isish sea moss, pear moss

  • Uses

    • brings good fortune in money matters, business and gambling

Jalap – see High John the Conqueror Root

Jamaica ginger – see ginger

Jamaica pepper – see allspice

Jasmine – oleaceae

  • Folkname – jessamine

  • Uses

    • helps with psychic dreams

    • enhances the power of lover herb mixtures

Jessamine – see jasmine

John the conqueror – see High John the Conqueror

Juniper – coniferae

  • Uses

    •  foster good luck in sexual relations

Kamille – see Chamomile

Khus Khus – see Vetiver

King of the woods – see High John the Conqueror

Knot weed – polygonaceae

  • Folknames – crawl gross, knot grass, ladies thumb

  • Uses

    • used in spells to bind and restrict someone

    • control a person’s movement in some way

    • symbolically tie things down

Ladies Thump – see knot wood

Lavender – labiatae

  • Uses

    • brings good luck in matters of love

    • brings peace to the home

    • faithfulness to a marriage

Lemon Balm – labiatae

  • Folknames – balm, bee balm, bergamont mint, lemon mint, sweet Melissa

  • Uses

    • cleansing herb

    • clears away bad luck in love

    • draws a new lover

Lemon Grass – gramineae

  • Uses

    • wards off evil

    • brings luck in love

Lemon Verbena – verbenaceae

  • Uses

    • clears away unwanted things

Licorice – Leguminosae

  •  Uses

    • grants the bearer control over a person or situation

Lignaloes – see aloes wood

Lignum aloes – see aloes wood

  • Folknames – aplina, chewing john, courtcase root, galangal, low john root, wild ginger

  • Uses

    • lucky in courtcase

    • break a jinx or turn away an enemy from harming you

Lousewort – see wood betony

Lovage – umbelliferae 

  • Folknames – bo’hog root, gout weed, lavose smellage

  • Uses

    • to aid romantic conditions by strengthening sexual power

    • enhances love luck

Love Herb – see damiana

Love Root – see Queen Elizabeth root

Low John Root – see Little John to Chew

Lucerne – see Alfalfa

Mace – myristicaceae

  • Uses – to draw money

Mallow – see Althea

Mandrake – berberidaceae

  • Flkname – may apple

  • Uses

    • for love

    • conjure wealth

Man of the Woods – see high john conqueror

Man Root – see high john conqueror

Manzinalla – see chamomile

Marigold – see calendula

Marjoram – labiatae

  • Uses

    • to confer protection from harm

    • enhance love in marriage

    •  to assuage grief and sorrow

Marsh mallow – see althea

Master of the Woods – rubiaceae

  • Folknames – sweet woodruff, woodruff, woods master

  • Uses

    • a commanding and ruling herb

Master Root – umbelliferae

  • Folknames – masterwort, imperial masterwort, pellitory of Spain, rulers wort

  • Uses

    • power enhancing

    • protection

    • aid in psychism

May Apple – see mandrake

Maythen – see chamomile

Mint Labiatae

  • Folkname – spearmint, peppermint

  • Uses

    • breaks jinxes

    • purifies people

    • protects money

    • psychic abilities

Mugwort – compositae

  • Uses

    • provides safe travel

      • aid in psychic work

Mullein – scrophulariaceae

  • Uses

    • protects and controls

Mustard Seed – cruciferae

  • Folkname – yellow mustard, white mustard

  • Uses

    • wards off evil

    • brings good luck

Myrrh – burseraceae

  • Uses

    • to bring about peace, healing, relaxing and protective

Nettle – urticaceae

  • Folkname – stinging nettle

  • Uses

    • jinx breaker

Olibanum – see Frankincense

Orange – rutaceae

  • Uses

    • attracts a man

    • to get married

    • remain happy in your marriage

Oregano – labiatae

  • Uses

    • wards off troublesome, meddling individuals

    • keeps away the law

Orris Root – see queen Elizabeth root

Papoose Root – see blue cohosh

Parsley – umbelliferae

  • Uses

    • protection, love, fertility or death

      • rent out a house

Passion Flower – passifloraceae

  • Uses

    • luck in love

    • house blessing

Patchouli – labiate

  • Uses

    • love-drawing

    • money-drawing

    • jinx breaking

Pearl Moss – see irish moss

Pellitory of Spain – see master root

Pennyroyal – labiatae

  • Uses

    • powerful guardian that wards off evil and breaks jinxes

    • brings tranquility in the home

    • helps resolve marital problems

    • draws good luck in family matters

Plantain – plantaginaceae

  • Uses

    • protects against snakes, thieves and fever

Poppy Seed – papaveraceae

  • Uses

    • luck in love, money and health matters

    • cause confusion

Pot Marigold – see calendula

Potentilla – see five finger grass

Quassia – simarubeae

  • Folknames – bitter ash, bitter wood, bitter root, quassia amara

  • Uses

    • to use in place of a person’s hair in love spells

    • controlling a lover

Queen Elizabeth Root – iridaceae

  • Folknames – iris root, love root, orris root, queens root

  • Uses

    • luck in love affairs, romance, marriage and matters of passion

Red Puccoon – see blood root

Roman Chamomile – see chamomile

Rose – rosaceae

  • Uses – good fortune in matters of the heart

Rose of Jericho – cruciferae

  • Uses – to draw money. Usually watterd on Fridays

Rosemary – labiatae

  • Uses

    • powerful guardian to women

    • ward off evil

    • brings good luck in family matters

Rue – rutaceae

  • Uses

    • protect

    • cleansing

    • help in love and health

Rulers Root – see master root

Sacred Basil – ses basil

Sage – labiatae

  • Uses

    •  enhances wisdom

    • protects against evil

    • purifies the air

    • gives strength to women

    • reversing

Saltpeter

  • Uses

    • purification

    • protection

    • incense making

Sandlewood – santalaceae

  • Uses

    • peaceful home

    • wish-making

Sassafras – lauraceae

  • Uses

    • good fortune in money matters

Sea Lettuce – see agar agar

Sea-Spirit – see agar agar

Septfoil – see five finger grass

Serpent’s Tongue – see adder’s tongue

Shamrock – see clover

Silverweed – see five finger grass

Skullcap – labiate

  • Uses

    • gifts of money

    • keep lovers faithful

Slippery Elm – ulmaceae

  • Uses

    • stop gossip and slander

Spearmint – see mint

Spikenard – valerianaceae

  • Uses

    • improves love life

    • enhance sexual fidelity

    • encourage proposals of marriage

Star Anise – magnoliaceae

  • Folknames – anise Estrella, badiana, Chinese anise

  • Uses

    • help with psychic visions

    • ward off evil

    • bring bad luck

Stinging Nettle

Styrarx – see Benzoin

Sulfur

  • Folkname – brimstone

  • Uses

    • to do evil work

Sweet Basil – see basil

Sweet Bay – see bay

Sweet Flag – see calamus

Sweet Woodruff – see master of the woods

Tallow Shrub – see bayberry

Tetterwort – see blood root

Thyme – labiatae

  • Uses

    • lucky in 2 ways – peace of mind during sleep

    • increase and protect your money

Thoroughwort – see boneset

Tormentil – see five finger grass

Trefoil – see clover

Tulsi – see basil

Vandal Root – valerianacae

  • Folknames – valerian root, all heal, heal-all

  • Uses

    • to jinx an enemy

    • uncrossing

    • stop unwanted visitors

    • stop marital fighting

    • drank in a tea for nerve-calming

Vanilla Pods – orchidaceae

  • Uses

    • make one more loving

Vegetable Tallow Leaf – see bayberry

Verbena – verbenacreae

  • Fokname – vervain

  • Use

    • love and protection

    • break a jinx

    • help children in school

    • happy marriage

Verbena, lemon – see lemon verbena

Vervain – see verbena

Vetiver – gramineae

  • Folkname – cus cus, Khus Khus, vetivert

  • Uses

    • marital faithfulness

    • reverse jinxes

    • draw business

Viburnum – see devil’s shoe strings

Violet – violaceae

  • Folkname – heartsease, pansy, rattlesnake violet, viola

  • Uses

    • all matters of love

Wax Berry – see bayberry

Wax Myrtle – see bayberry

White Snake Root – see boneset

Willow – Salicaceae

  • Uses

    • represent a person – like a doll-baby

    • control

Wintergreen – ericaceae

  • Uses

    • draws money

    • good luck

    • aids in sexual matters

Witches’ Hobble – see Devil’s Shoe Strings

Wood Betony – labiatae

  • Folknames – betony, jousewort

  • Uses

    • protects against evil spirits and disease

Woodruff – see master of the woods

Wormwood – compositae

  • Uses

    • protects from accidents

    • summon helpful spirits

Yarrow – compositae

  • Uses

    • protects from wounds

    • makes one brave

Yellow Puccoon – see golden seal

Yellow Snakeleaf – see adder’s tongue