Herbs also available in Bulk
Widdershin's Apothecary offers hundreds (around 400, check the Curio Page also) of herbs, woods, minerals and resins of high quality, for any magickal need for your own preparations, rites, or workings. All our botanicals are 100% natural and contain no chemicals. Herbs are either certified organic, organic, wild-crafted or grown locally. All items are sold by weight. Internet orders are packaged in convenient 1-ounce quantities in reusable zip lock Baggies.
We are always adding new items to our stock!
This list was updated April 2009
|Fennel Seed 1oz.|
Magickal Uses: Hang it around the doors and windows at Midsummer to repel evil spirits. Carry the seeds to ward off evil and to influence others to trust your words. To prevent wood ticks from biting your legs, wear a piece in your left shoe. Use in purification and healing sachets and spells.
Birdís Foot, Greek Hayseed
Sacred to Apollo.
Magickal Uses: Add the seeds or an infusion of the seeds to the mop water or rinse water to bring money into the home. A small half-filled jar of the seeds left open will also attract money. Add a few seeds every couple of days until the jar is full. Then empty and begin again. Remember to bury the used seeds.
Featherfew, Febrifuge Plant.
Magickal Uses: This herb will protect against colds, and fevers and accidents when carried.
|Five Finger Grass 1oz.|
Five-leaf grass, five fingers, hand of Mary, five-finger blossom, potentilla, synkefoyle, sunkfield, synkefoyle, synkfoule, common cinquefoil, creeping cinquefoil, oldfield cinquefoil, witches weed, bloodroot, cinq feuilles, crampweed, silverweed, goosegrass, goose tansy, moor grass, and pentaphyllon
Magickal Uses: Use for divination, prophetic dreaming, love magick, protection in court cases. The "five-fingers" represent love, money, health, power, and wisdom.
|Flax Seed 1oz.|
Flax is used in rituals to Hulda, a Teutonic Goddess. She first taught man to cultivate flax, to spin it into linen thread and then weave into cloth.
Ritual Uses: When performing healing rituals, sprinkle the altar with flax seeds and include in healing mixtures.
Magickal Uses: Flax seeds are used in money spells and to ward off poverty. Carry in your wallet or purse. A prosperity ritual is to place a container on the altar and add a few coins along with flax seeds. Repeat every day to bring prosperity into the home. Blue flax flowers prevent sorcery. Keep a mixture of flax seeds and mustard seeds next to the bed with a container of cold water on the other side for protection while you sleep. A box containing red pepper and flax seeds prevents evil from entering your home. Let your child dance amidst growing flax at seven years old. This will ensure that they will grow to be beautiful or handsome as an adult. This may be done with a newborn (letting them sleep in the field) for the same outcome. A hank of flax tied around the loins will help cure lumbago.
|Frankincense Resin 1oz.|
Magickal Uses: This versatile resin has many uses: Burn for protective work, consecration, and meditation. Use in rituals for successful ventures, cleansing and purification. Use as an offering at Beltane, Lammas, and Yule. Use in rituals and magick associated with self-will, self-control, or the ego. Use in ritual to represent the ability of the divine to move into manifestation. Add to charm bags and sachets to bring success. Mix with Cumin and burn as incense for powerful protection. Frankincense also enhances the power of Topaz gemstones.
Beggary, Earth Smoke, Fumiterry, Fumus, Fumus Terrae, Kaphnos, Nidor, Scheiteregi, Taubenkrpp, Vapor, Wax Dolls
Magickal Uses:Burned to exorcise evil spirits. Sprinkle an infusion through your home and rub onto your shoes to draw money. Use in a purification bath before rituals. An excellent herb to use on Samhain Eve, and is among the herbs for dispelling negative energies. Use to cense your temple. Makes a useful wash; infuse in water for the consecration of ritual tools. Fumitory lends itself to rituals of purification, such as the cleansing of a new home before moving in and unpacking.
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