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Mandrake Root- In witchcraft and occult practices, mandrake root is a very common and potent herb that witches use as an ingredient to various spells.
Marshmallow root is commonly used for inflammation and irritation of the alimentary canal, as well as inflammation of the urinary and respiratory organs.
Herbalists traditionally know Meadowsweet as a remedy for an acidic stomach as well as a treatment for diarrhea. It has also shown itself to be useful in treating aches and pains.
Mistletoe is excellent for stress this deep, broad acting, yet calming herb should be considered as a regenerative aid to health, in many cases.
Some studies have shown that Motherwort can be useful in calming the nervous system, helping to relieve the trauma and stress during child birth.
Mugwort is most widely known for its affinity for the female reproductive system, used as a uterine stimulant that can bring on delayed menstruation.
Mullein contains a considerable quantity of flavonoids, tannins, glucidic substances, and because of that it has expectorant, emollient, anti-inflammatory.
Nettle leaf has astringent, expectorant, galactagogue milk producing, tonic, anti-inflammatory, homeostatic, and diuretic properties.
Orange Peel is a source of pectin, an indigestible carbohydrate that stimulates the growth of probiotic bacteria in the large intestine.
Passion Flower- It is believed that Passion Flower has an effect on the nervous system that makes it useful in treating these ailments.
Patchouli root is naturally even better for this purpose, as it was what connected this plant to the very earth itself. It is fantastic for spells of fertility
Pennyroyal has numerous benefits medicinally however, caution must be used with pennyroyal as it is a highly toxic plant and must be used in small doses.
Peppermint Leaf is a great aid to the digestive system. It increases the quantity and ability of bile to flow from the liver.
Raspberry Leaf has been used in connection with the common cold, sore throats, diarrhea, pregnancy, and postpartum support.
At one time red clover was used as a spring tonic as well as a treatment for whooping cough, especially in children. It was fermented into a wine.
In neo-pagan traditions, Red Sandalwood Powder has also been applied as a component added can be added to ritual washes and baths.
Rose Buds and Petals- Uses for rose buds and petals include circulatory; digestive and nerve stimulant; memory; headache; depression; and halitosis.
Rose hips are taken by many today as a natural way to get vitamin C, vitamin E and vitamin K, and help to prevent and treat various infections.
When Rosemary Leaf is Applied to the skin, rosemary helps strengthen the capillaries and has a rejuvenating effect.
Sage is widely known to help a number of ailments. Sage is known to stop bleeding of wounds and cleaned ulcers and sores.
Today, Sassafras is mostly viewed as a wonderful ingredient for tea, with many using its bark and leaves to produce a flavorful tea blend.
When used in rituals and spells, skullcap is best suited for psychic based spells, dreaming, clairvoyance, divination, meditation and other similar rituals.
Solomons Seal Root is used for dryness of the lung and stomach with such symptoms as dry throat, chronic dry cough, thirst, hunger.
St. Johns Wort is Best known for use as a mild antidepressant, St. John’s wort is also being studied for its possible affects on other mood disorders.