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Powers of the Psalms by Anna Riva The Master Book of Candle Burning by Henri Gamache Hoodoo Herb and Root Magic by Catherine Yronwode The Art of. Featuring magical herbs and roots from The Lucky Mojo Curio Co. Occult Shop. Herbs Excerpt from “Hoodoo Herb and Root Magic” by catherine yronwode. Hoodoo Herb and Root Magic: A Materia Magica of African-American Conjure The author, catherine yronwode, is the proprietor of the Lucky Mojo Curio.

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It does not have all the high ceremony and it is practical as it uses rocks, bones, herbs and graveyard dirt.

An herb used to help students pass tests and to increase studious concentration. Job’s Tears Use in Magic: Asafoetida Devil’s Dung Use in Magic: Some Hoodoo calls for placing object on someone’s property or quite literally on their doorstep.

Hoodoo Herb and Root Magic: A Materia Magica of African-American Conjure

Garden of Joy Blues: Root worker use the herb it is as perfect as God above craeated it. I’d like to read this book on Kindle Don’t have a Kindle?

Much used in magical spells prosperity, success, luck, and money gained through business ventures. Hoodoo Herb and Root Magic: Hoodoo powder and bath salt makers use the same herbal and floral essences that go into their condition oils, and they often add colouring as well, usually according to the same sort of colour-symbolism by which offertory candles are coloured.

Even if hoodoo is not the kind of magical system that you’re interested in, the spells and identifications of specific herbs and roots filters into other forms of magic as well. Employed in rites of Purification and Protection. Celery Seed Use in Magic: A magic herb to protect from liars, false friends, backbiters, and “snakes in the grass. A purification herb, for home cleansing, to put an end to crossed conditions, to take off a jinx.


Calendula Flowers Use in Magic: I remember a while back buying some money drawing oil from the local occult shop and really liking the smell.

For the pro and amateur alike, HHRM is the go-to source book for Hoodoo spell work as well as a testament to the tradition and a means of preservation.

For health, to draw money, to bless a house, and to arouse sexual passion. Master of the Woods Use in Magic: Protects against evil, cleanses, ensures fidelity; gives a woman domination in the home. See all yroonwode. Orange Tea, Loose Green, 2.

Hoodoo Herb and Root Magic by catherine yronwode

Cat Ankle Bone Use in Magic: Herbal teas and tisanes are refreshing beverages that also may have traditional folk-medical ascriptions or may provide an alternative method of working with the spiritual qualities of plants through drinking them. Medical usages for many of the herbs, supplementary botanical notes, a series of cross-indexes listing herbs by the magical conditions for which they are recommended, plus 50 beautiful black and white illustrations of herbs and vintage herb packaging round out this informative reference volume.

Chaney Root Use in Magic: A former staff editor for Organic Gardening Magazine, she has written extensively on subjects as diverse as gardening, home crafts, antiques and collectibles, comic books, rural music, and other aspects of popular culture. Alfalfa Leaves Use in Magic: Her introduction at the beginning of the book is highly informative.

Comforts those who have lost in love, encourages the reconciliation of estranged lovers. Used for Jinxing spells, and to cause a woman to go crazy. While some of that is in Hoodoo, because there are certain magical actions that call for doing it during a waxing moon and a waning moon.


A most powerful lucky charm is made from it by gamblers to bring in the winnings. Star Anise Powder Use in Magic: Used to control a lover and to increase sexual heat; will also help you meet a new mate. Tansy Herb Use in Magic: Wormwood Herb Use in Magic: Used to remove evil spirits from a home and to return evil to a person doing you harm.

To ward off or reduce the effects of unnatural illnesses caused by tricking or hexing. Where appropriate, certain entries contain insightful notes as to the toxic level of an item, or in the case of biological curios, if the animal in question is among an endangered species. Used in controlling and domination spells to replace or augment the hair of the target.

Hoodoo Herb and Root Magic with Catherine Yronwode

Burned on charcoal for spiritual worship, as recommended in the Bible. It all started with African slaves being bought over on ships and forcibly beeing resttled here in America. Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews.

Black Pepper Use in Magic: Dog Ankle Bone Use in Magic: A magick herb used to ward off the Evil Eye and also to increase personal psychic abilities. Safflower Petals Use in Magic: