Discover the Darker Side of Magical Herbs & how to use them in Voodoo Spells, Love Spells, Witchcraft Spells & Herbal Ritual Magic!
Learn all about Herbal Magic and the darker side of Herbal Lore for use in Love Spells, Witchcraft Spells, Voodoo Spells and Casting Magical Spells with this excellent primer on herbal magic so graciously provided by the famed Lady Elaine, Kitchen Witch & Witchcraft Practitioner Extraordinaire!
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Herbs of the Darker Arts
Absinthe: Aids in conjuring the dead to communicate if burnt with sandalwood as an incense.
African Ginger: Used by occultists to sprinkle in the 4 corners of a room. It is said to be pleasing to all spirits one wishes to conjure.
Ague weed: Causes ones enemies to become extremely confused.
Aloes: Traditionally used to invoke demons. It is said to Soak aloes in a bottle of black cat oil for 9 days, on the 10th night anoint the forehead with the oils and the altar. The demon should appear to do ones bidding.
Anise Seed: used to increase the power in all psychic workings.
Asafoetida: Used in black magick for casting hexes on a person. Sometimes referred to as the devil’s incense asafoetida is burned to force someone to leave you alone.
Balmony: A plant in the figwort family that is ground and used for hexing.
Betel Nut: A powerful ingredient in black magick arts. When chewed with lime it is said to increase ones power both spiritual and mental.
Bladderwrack: When placed near an enemies bathroom it is said to cause that enemy to be stricken with irritation of the urinary tract.
Blood Root: If you are looking for a substitute for human blood use this blood root to make diabolic wine. It also thrown on a witches doorstep throws the witches spells back to the sorcerer.
Blueberry: Causes an enemy strife when thrown on his doorstep.
Boneset: To burn as an incense and chant to use during curses.
Cinquefoil: Burn over a candle wax image of an enemy to cause him discomfort.
Coconuts: hollow out the coconut and fill with snakeroot. Place it in a flaming pit and as it roasts your enemies health will decline.
Cruel Man of the Woods: If a piece of this is hidden on your enemies self, it will cause them great pain if they have previously harmed you.
Henbane: In Greek mythology the dead of Hell were known to be crowned with henbane as they walked helplessly beside the river Styx. All parts of thi
s root is poisonous and boiling or drying does not rid it of its toxicity, so it should never be used by the amateur magician.
Knot Weed: To get rid of ones enemy, stuffed into a black cloth or voodoo doll and sew up, then bury the doll. It is also used with balmony herb in curses.
Lemon Verbena: Causes great trouble between lovers. When scattered at the doorway of the couple great discord will ensue and the two will become bitter enemies
Mustard Seed: the seed of strife and discord. Leave it at ones doorstep, particularly black mustard seed This seed sprinkled around the trunk of a fruit tree on the first evening of the full moon will cause the tree to bear no fruit.
Patchouli: sickens enemies when used in chants and spells.
Poke Root: A conjure ball can be made in the name of Satan from the leaves and root, it is then placed into a bag, glass jar or container and then left where the enemy will find it. This is done so that he will panic and be caused anxiety making him more prone to accident and injury befalling him.
Poppy Seed: Causes couples to argue.
Rue: Although it is great protection for the owner in turn rue placed near another person puts a great hex on them. Since it is not a powerful black magic herb it is used to simply frustrate or agitate the person rather than causing serious harm or injury.
Slippery Elm: Used to separate a married couple when buried near their home.
Tormentilla: To cause distress, harm and discord to a foe, sprinkle this on a picture of her or him and place in a box.
Twitch’s Grass: Causes quarrels among friends. Place under each leg of a table they will sit at, by the end of the evening they will surely be fighting.
Vetivert: Silences ones who will speak ill of you.
Vervain: Spells used to contact and speak with Lucifer are the most effective when using this herb. Also used for conjuring evil spirits and demons.
Willow: willow is under the devils protection and when held in ones left hand may be used in pacts, or rites requiring supernatural powers.
Wormwood: Some Witches say it can be used in making pacts with the devil