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  • I love using basil on Tuesday to cleanse me . I take the basil , place in a bowl, write my petition out and wave it over the bowl of basil . I then say a short prayer and burn it and add it to my basil . I place the basil in the bath and bathe . Removing and stripping off the negative energies. I always feel lighter afterward wards. I say thank…Read More

  • Does anybody have and tips for a baby green witch?

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  • I am LOVING this Rosemary smudge stick I made!! Does anyone else like using Rosemary for smudges?

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    • I have always wanted to make my own smudge sticks. I have cedar naturally growing on my property as well as a well stocked herb garden. Any recommendations on what to use and how to make them?

  • So…does anyone have a favorite herb,resin, bark, berry,root they like to use this time of year? Right now I am using a lot of dried Elderberries (Sambucus nigra). Elderberry is an antioxidant that boost the immune system, improves heart health , fights against coughs, colds, and flu, and bacterial and viral infections. I make a elderberry and…Read More

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    • Oh really? That’s definitely something I will keep in mind then.

    • been cutting off and drying all of my Sage to make smug sticks, and brought my Rosemary inside bc its getting cold here now…. a friend of mine has not been feeling well, so i made her a few smudge sticks with a huge seashell as a ‘plate’ to set them on as they smoldered out.

      • That sounds awesome and I bet your friend is very thankful! I love using Sage. I put it in all of my incense blends. Sage is also good for sore muscles! I make a Epsom salt soak with sage, pine needles, and juniper berries and my husband loves it for his back pain.

        • That works for back pain? I’m making a note of that LOL!

          • My husband has severe scoliosis and I make several things for his back. He uses cayenne pepper + menthol salve during the day for his back pain, at night he soaks on an Epsom salt bath, which has the sage in it. It also has pine needles, crushed juniper berries, lavender, and essential oils. I can give you the recipe I have if you would like it.…Read More

        • I am going to try that bath soak!

          • Let me give you the entire recipe I use. We love it and I hope that you will too!
            Sore Muscle Soak
            2 ½ c. Epsom salt
            ¾ c baking soda
            2 Tbs. dried chamomile flowers
            1 Tbs. dried juniper berries
            2 Tbs. pine needles
            2 Tbs. sage leaves
            2 Tbs. peppermint leaves
            2 Tbs. lavender
            6 drops eucalyptus essential oil
            8 drops peppermint essential oil
            4 drops j…Read More

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