Cleansing & Purification 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 cleansing & purification

SOURCE # PAGE # Purification, Cleansing, cleansing, purify
     
2 6 Birch
2 55 bay
2 55, 141 avens
2 55 mugwort
2 55 yarrow
2 55, 193-194 rosemary
2 55 St. john’s wort
2 55 angelica
2 55 juniper
2 55 garlic
2 110 eucalyptus
2 110, 161 frankincense
2 110, 169 hyssop
2 111, 171-172 lavender
2 112, 180 myrrh
2 138 anise
2 139 asafoetida
2 142 bay laurel
2 143 benzoin
2 144 betony
2 145 broom
2 146 burdock
2 151 cinquefoil
2 173-174 lovage
2 175 calendula [marigold]
2 183-184 oak
2 184 onion
2 189 peppermint
2 190-191 pine
2 196 saffron
2 198 sandalwood
2 202 thyme
2 203-204 valerian
2 205 vervain
2 208-209 woodruff
12 62 hyssop
12 100 rue
12 105 soapwort
15 65-66 calla lily

 

For blessings & consecrations

SOURCE # PAGE # Blessings, consecration
     
2 6 Birch
2 109, 156 cypress
2 110, 161 frankincense
2 111 lotus
2 114 rose geranium
2 180 myrrh
12 100 rue

 

 

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