Love, Sex, & Fertility 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 Romance, romantic love, true love, or love in general

SOURCE # PAGE # Romantic Love, True love, romance
     
2 6, 83, 139 Apple
8 18 Apple
2 83 Aster
2 83 bachelor’s buttons
2 83, 141 balm of gilead
2 142, 214 basil
12 4, 5 basil
2 83 basil myrtle
8 22 basil sweet
2 83 bergamot
2 182 brazil nut
2 83 caraway
2 84 carnations
2 82, 150 catnip
2 129 cinnamon
2 151 cinquefoil
2 82 coltsfoot
2 83, 109, 154 coriander
2 83 cumin
2 156-157 dill
2 83, 157 dragon’s blood
2 83, 158 elecampane
2 160 fern
2 110, 161 gardenia
2 162-163 geranium
2 83 henbane
2 83-84, 110, 170-171 jasmine
2 83, 214 lavender
2 83, 214 lemon balm
2 83 lovage
2 83 mandrake
2 83, 175-176 marjoram
2 83, 177 meadowsweet
2 82 mint
2 185 orange sweet
2 82, 83, 185-186 orris root
2 186 pansy
2 82, 129, 186-187 patchouli
2 83 periwinkle
2 83 pink geranium
2 82, 84, 113, 129, 193, 214 rose
2 84. 193-194, 214 rosemary
2 129 sandalwood
2 84 southernwood
2 200 spearmint
2 82 Strawberry
2 82 tansy
2 84, 203 tonka beans
2 84 tormentil
2 203-204 valerian
2 204 vanilla
2 82, 84, 204-205, 214 vervain
10 50 viola
2 84, 116, 206, 214 violet
2 82, 84. 210, 214 yarrow
2 238 Hemp / marijuana
5 N/A Herb Paris /paris quadrifolia / true lover’s knot
12 13 Butterbur / Fuki
12 128 yarrow
15 31 bamboo
15 38-42 betel palm nut
15 50-52 bleeding heart
15 180-181 ivy
15 235-237 mistletoe
15 337 tulip

 

For sex, sexual love, seduction, or lust

SOURCE # PAGE # For sex, sexual love, desire, lust, aphrodisiac, seduction
     
8 18 apple
2 109 clove
2 110 ginger
2 166 henbane
2 170 ivy
2 173-174 lovage
2 112 musk
2 113 orris root
2 113 patchouli
2 116 tuberose
2 204 vanilla
2 116 violet
2 117 Ylang-ylang
10 46 sunflower
12 10 burdock
12 22 chervil
12 80 marjoram
12 80 oregano
12 80 lavender
12 80 mint
12 80 savory
12 84 meadowsweeet
12 84 verbena
12 84 marjoram
12 84 mint
12 84 thyme
12 84 valerian
12 84 violet
12 84 basil
12 84 broom
12 109 Solomon’s seal
12 118 valerian
15 16-17 artichoke
15 16 avocado
15 38-41 belladonna
15 65-66 calla lily
15 165-167 horseradish

 

To be sexually attractive as a man, to be masculine

SOURCE # PAGE # For men to be sexually attractive, for masculinity, for male strength
2 106 musk
2 106, 113 patchouli
2 106 cinnamon
2 106 carnation
2 106, 204 vanilla
2 108 basil
2 109 cyclamen
2 113 orris root
2 166 henbane
2 167 holly [berries] [leaves]
2 183-184 oak, acorn
2 185 orange sweet

 

To be sexually attractive as a woman, to be feminine

SOURCE # PAGE # For women to be sexually attractive, for femininity, for female strength
2 106 jasmine
2 106, 111, 171-172 lavender
2 106 red rose
2 106 musk
2 106, 117 Ylang-ylang
2 108 basil [Spain]
2 110 gardenia
2 112 neroli
2 113 orris root
2 204 vanilla
2 246 rosemary
15 137-139 fennel
15 235-237 mistletoe

 

 

To attract a lover

SOURCE # PAGE # To attract lovers
     
2 161 gardenia
2 116 sweet pea
2 152 clove
2 82, 113, 185-186 orris root
2 171 juniper
2 172 lemon verbena
2 173-174 lovage
2 204 vanilla

To attract men

SOURCE # PAGE # To attract men
     
2 82 lavender
2 82 backelor’s button
2 82 valerian
2 82 bay leaf
2 113, 185 orange blossom
2 113 orris root
2 116 sweet pea
2 152 clove
2 172 lemon verbena
2 173-174 lovage
2 186-187 patchouli
2 204 vanilla

 

To attract women

SOURCE # PAGE # To attract women
     
2 82, 113 patchouli
2 82 cinnamon
2 82, 166 henbane
2 82, 113 orris root
2 112 neroli
2 116 sweet pea
2 116 tuberose
2 152 clove
2 161 gardenia
2 172 lemon verbena
2 173-174 lovage
2 186-187 patchouli
2 204 vanilla
2 239 henbane
15 249 nettle

For Fertility

SOURCE # PAGE # Fertility
     
2 84, 182 acorns, oak
8 13-14 acorns, oak
2 182 almond
2 84, 164 basil
2 132, 144 Bistort
2 182 brazil nut
2 182 buckeyes
2 84, 155 cucumber
2 132, 155 Cyclamen
2 182 evergreen
2 84, 182 hazel
2 84 hazel
2 182 hemlock
2 84 jasmine
7 144-145 juniper
2 84, 174 mandrake root, European
2 132, 177-178 Mistletoe
2 84 myrtle
2 190-191 pine
2 84 pomegranate
2 84, 191 poppy
2 201 sunflower
2 182, 206-207 walnut
2 162-163 White geranium
12 50 fennel
12 60 horsetail
12 80 marjoram
12 80 oregano
12 94 parsley
12 110-111 St. John’s wort
12 113 tansy
15 235-237 mistletoe

 

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