Wicca Herbal Magic: A Beginner’s Guide to Practicing Wiccan Herbal Magic, with Simple Herb Spells


Everything You Need to Know to Start Working With Magical Herbs TodayThe world of plant life holds limitless possibilities for any Witch willing to learn its secrets.While the trees, shrubs, flowers and “weeds” we see all around us may seem ordinary to the novice, they are actually very potent tools of magic. The inherent magical power of herbs comes directly from the source of all creation, and it has the potential to transform our lives. For Wiccans, herbal magic keeps us literally in touch with the energies of the Earth, along with the Sun, the rain, the wind, and every living thing that sustains the cycle of life and death in all of its forms. When used wisely, herbs can help us create what we desire, in matters of love, health, wealth, and more.Of course, working with herbs is a tradition much older than any known form of Wicca or other Witchcraft. Since the beginning of human history, healers, shamans, and other medicine people have understood the nutritional, medicinal, and magical properties of herbs. Now, Lisa Chamberlain brings this knowledge to modern Wiccans, Witches, and others who are interested in practicing this diverse form of natural magic. Whether you’re well-practiced in other forms of magic but are just discovering herbs, or new to magic altogether, Herbal Magic provides an excellent place to begin your magical journey.Many books on magical herbs contain extensive lists of ingredients that may be expensive, difficult to find, or both. Unless you already have a well-stocked herb pantry, trying to decide where to start can be overwhelming. In addition, some books provide spells that call for just a pinch of a rare herb you have to order online, which can be rather inefficient—especially if the herb only appears in one spell! The spells in Herbal Magic are all centered around the same 13 herbs, most of which are inexpensive and easy to find. Most are also culinary and/or medicinal herbs, so you’ll have plenty of options for using anything leftover from your spellwork. This approach to the subject makes it easier and far more efficient for you to get your herbal practice underway!Foundations of Herbal MagicOf course, not all herbs have the same magical properties. Some herbs, like lavender and cinnamon, are primarily used for matters of the heart. Others, including basil and sage, are called upon for protection spells. Then there’s the variety of uses for herbs—teas, sachets, baths, oils and charms, to name a few—that makes this form of magic more versatile than any other. In Herbal Magic, you’ll find plenty of useful information and inspiring ideas, including: A brief history of our relationship with the magic of the plant kingdom, dating back to the earliest civilizations Core concepts underlying the “why” and “how” of herbal magic Profiles of 13 of the most popular and readily available herbs used by Witches today, including their magical properties and associations Essential practical tips for working with herbs, including buying, growing, foraging, storing and charging for magical use An herbal grimoire featuring several spells and recipes for magical teas, oils, bath blends and other magical creations Tables of correspondence with magical properties of commonly used herbs, essential oils and incenseBy the end of this guide, you’ll have a solid foundation from which to build your own practice of working with magical herbs. The more you learn, the more you’ll realize that the possibilities presented by this form of magic are truly endless!If you’re ready to begin working with magical herbs, scroll to the top of the page and click the Buy button. Herbal Magic readers will also be treated to an exclusive free eBook!

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“Wonderful book for beginners. Very informative and easy to understand. The author did a great job of keeping things interesting. I particularly enjoyed the simple spell affirmations and recipes. The book is really an excellent place to start your journey into herbalism.” — Callie, Good Reads

“Lisa’s style is easy to read, packed with information that is usable and actionable. I appreciate that she encourages personal exploration, not mindless acceptance. I have several of her books and have just ordered more. Great resource for the curious, novice or experienced practitioner who is always learning.” — Lynne

“A taste of everything magically herbal! Fabulous book. So many ways to transform the mundane into magical through the use of herbs — whether that be in a bath, with oils, candles, cooking, or a simple cup of tea. The authoress sections everything into easy-to-digest portions, adding a sprinkle of humor and a flavoring of acceptance.” — Wenda, Good Reads

“This book is absolutely perfect for beginners to the Craft. My sister and I love Chamberlain’s books and recommend them to any beginner searching for knowledge!” — Whitney H

“Easy and helpful little book which explains things in a great way, even if you know nothing about herbs and/or magic. It gives suggestions and tips both for someone with a whole herb garden and for someone with just a potted plant in a window.” — Kajsa Collins, Good Reads

“Very easy to understand and comprehend. This is a great book to refer to over and over. A perfect book to begin your journey of magical herbalism. Would highly recommend!” — T White

“Great and informative book. The author puts a ton of information into this book. It’ll be a great one to keep around to reference back to again and again.” — Jennifer Bascue

“Informative and compact, the book is perfect for a novice starting his/her journey into the world of Wicca and herbal magic. This book made me see plants in a whole new way. At the end of the book, I find myself having newfound respect for herbs, nature and their healing powers.” — Olivia Hidajat, Good Reads

“Great starter to any practitioner who wants to dive into Herbal Magick. The book is written clearly and would be helpful to any beginner.” — Erika Avalos

“Love this simple and charming book! It’s useful for a beginner and still not too basic for a more advanced reader. Lots of helpful detailed information. Very inspired and can’t wait to plant my own garden!” — Crazy Cat Lady

Everything You Need to Know to Start Working With Magical Herbs TodayThe world of plant life holds limitless possibilities for any Witch willing to learn its secrets.While the trees, shrubs, flowers and “weeds” we see all around us may seem ordinary to the novice, they are actually very potent tools of magic. The inherent magical power of herbs comes directly from the source of all creation, and it has the potential to transform our lives. For Wiccans, herbal magic keeps us literally in touch with the energies of the Earth, along with the Sun, the rain, the wind, and every living thing that sustains the cycle of life and death in all of its forms. When used wisely, herbs can help us create what we desire, in matters of love, health, wealth, and more.Of course, working with herbs is a tradition much older than any known form of Wicca or other Witchcraft. Since the beginning of human history, healers, shamans, and other medicine people have understood the nutritional, medicinal, and magical properties of herbs. Now, Lisa Chamberlain brings this knowledge to modern Wiccans, Witches, and others who are interested in practicing this diverse form of natural magic. Whether you’re well-practiced in other forms of magic but are just discovering herbs, or new to magic altogether, Herbal Magic provides an excellent place to begin your magical journey.Many books on magical herbs contain extensive lists of ingredients that may be expensive, difficult to find, or both. Unless you already have a well-stocked herb pantry, trying to decide where to start can be overwhelming. In addition, some books provide spells that call for just a pinch of a rare herb you have to order online, which can be rather inefficient—especially if the herb only appears in one spell! The spells in Herbal Magic are all centered around the same 13 herbs, most of which are inexpensive and easy to find. Most are also culinary and/or medicinal herbs, so you’ll have plenty of options for using anything leftover from your spellwork. This approach to the subject makes it easier and far more efficient for you to get your herbal practice underway!Foundations of Herbal MagicOf course, not all herbs have the same magical properties. Some herbs, like lavender and cinnamon, are primarily used for matters of the heart. Others, including basil and sage, are called upon for protection spells. Then there’s the variety of uses for herbs—teas, sachets, baths, oils and charms, to name a few—that makes this form of magic more versatile than any other. In Herbal Magic, you’ll find plenty of useful information and inspiring ideas, including: A brief history of our relationship with the magic of the plant kingdom, dating back to the earliest civilizations Core concepts underlying the “why” and “how” of herbal magic Profiles of 13 of the most popular and readily available herbs used by Witches today, including their magical properties and associations Essential practical tips for working with herbs, including buying, growing, foraging, storing and charging for magical use An herbal grimoire featuring several spells and recipes for magical teas, oils, bath blends and other magical creations Tables of correspondence with magical properties of commonly used herbs, essential oils and incenseBy the end of this guide, you’ll have a solid foundation from which to build your own practice of working with magical herbs. The more you learn, the more you’ll realize that the possibilities presented by this form of magic are truly endless!If you’re ready to begin working with magical herbs, scroll to the top of the page and click the Buy button. Herbal Magic readers will also be treated to an exclusive free eBook!

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