Increasing Energy & Power 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 increasing energy, rejuvenation, or magical power / energy

SOURCE # PAGE # For energy, power, increase magic, rejuvenation
     
2 107 All-spice
8 18 apple
2 109, 149 carnation
2 109, 151 cinnamon
2 110 hyssop
2 116 vanilla
2 114 rosemary
2 151 cinquefoil
2 157 dragon’s blood
2 172 lemon verbena
2 175 calendula [marigold]
2 201-202 thistle
2 202 thyme
12 10 burdock [China]
12 109 Solomon’s seal
12 128 yarrow
15 91-94 coffee

 

To develop or fine-tune psychic powers

SOURCE # PAGE # Attune, aid, develop psychic powers
     
2 60 anise
2 107, 136-137 acacia
2 108 camphor
2 111 lemon grass
2 111 magnolia
2 115 saffron
2 115 sandalwood
2 116 tuberose
2 181-182 nutmeg
2 210 yarrow
2 237 fly agaric
15 28 lovage
15 28 rowan
15 28 wormwood
15 28 yarrow
15 28 rose
15 28 borage
15 28 peppermint
15 28 flax
15 28 elecampane
15 28 nettles

 

To create change or catalysts for change

SOURCE # PAGE # Catalyst, create changes
     
2 113 peppermint
6 N/A hydrangea
2 195-196 rue
2 208-209 woodruff

 

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  2. Magical Herbalism. Cunningham, Scott. 2005
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  5. Royal Botanic Gardens Kew. Kew.org. http://powo.science.kew.org/taxon/urn:lsid:ipni.org:names:539724-1. Accessed. September 04, 2017.
  6. This Crooked Crown’s lore and practice
  7. Cassell Dictionary of Superstitions, Pickering David. Cassell Wellington House. 1995.
  8. The ABC of Magic Charms. Pepper, Elizabeth. The Witches’ Almanac. 2009.
  9. Mermaids, The Myths, Legends, and Lore. Alexander, Skye. F+W Media, Inc. 2012.
  10. Edible Flowers. Morse, Kitty. Ten Speed Press. 1995.
  11. thefolkschoolfairbanks.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/Making-a-Whistle-new.pdf
  12. A Brief History of Thyme and Other Herbs. Seymour, Miranda. Grove Press. New York. 2002.
  13. Old Wives’ Lore for Gardeners. Boland, Bridget; Boland, Maureen; Gough, Simon. Michael O’Mara Books Limited. 1999.
  14. Sylvanni folk tales, oral tradition, told by Guido Masé in “Herbal Folklore” webseries by Mountain Rose Herbs
  15. The Big, Bad Book of Botany: The World’s Most Fascinating Flora. Michael Largo. Harper Collins. 2014.
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