Happiness & Friendship Correspondences

Please note that these are not medical or herbal in purpose. Research each ingredient before attempting to take it internally in any fashion. These are for magical association and purposes only.

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Sources are at the bottom of the page.

 

For happiness & joy

SOURCE # PAGE # Happiness, joy, good spirits, lift spirits
     
2 107 apple blossom
2 111 lotus
2 150 celandine
2 175 calendula [marigold]
12 13 Butterbur / Fuki
12 21 chervil
12 49 eyebright
12 79 oregano
12 79 marjoram
12 83 meadowsweet
15 31 bamboo
15 46 birds of paradise
15 67-70 cannabis (marijuana)

To ease sorrow

SOURCE # PAGE # Ease depression, melancholy, sorrow, overcoming death of loved one, relieve grief, lifting spirits
     
2 111 melilot
2 116 sesame
2 109 cypress
2 150 celandine
2 169 hyacinth
2 175 calendula [marigold]
2 202 thyme
8 22 basil
12 13 Butterbur / Fuki
12 22 chervil
12 22 comfrey
12 22 ginseng
12 22 lemon balm
12 22 milk thistle
12 22, 110-111 St. John’s wort
12 28 chives
12 45 elecampane
12 67 hemp, cannabis
12 69 lavender
12 79 marjoram
12 79 oregano
12 104 sage
15 67-70 cannabis (marijuana)
15 103-105 cypress
15 247 nepenthes
15 370 weeping willow

 

To attract friends or friendship

SOURCE # PAGE # To attract friends, for friendship
     
2 116 sweet pea
2 161 gardenia
12 97 rosemary
15 31 bamboo

For a good marriage or wedding

SOURCE # PAGE # For marriage, for weddings, faith, faithfulness, fidelity
     
2 84 orange flowers
2 85, 210 yarrow
2 113 orange blossom
2 113 rose
8 22 basil sweet
12 79 marjoram
12 79 oregano
12 110-111 St. John’s wort
15 46 bird of paradise
15 65-66 calla lily
15 180-181 ivy
15 187-189 jasmine

 

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