Hedge Witch: Into the Wilds…

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Blossom Magic

Blossoms

The blossom or flowers from any tree or plant can be popped into a vase to dress up your altar or dried or pressed to use in magical workings, incense blends and crafts.  Dried petals and flowers can also be pressed onto candles quite effectively or steeped in oil to create anointing oils and perfumes.

When you are looking for a flower to use in magic trust your intuition but the list below will get you started.

Here are some of those often found in the wild:

Agrimony - Dispels negativity, reverses spells, aids spiritual healing, cleanses the aura, brings sleep, happiness, luck, love and protection.

Alexanders - Sea magic, intuition, emotions, cleansing and releasing.

Apple blossom - love, healing and apparently immortality but don’t quote me on the last one…

Betony (wood) - Love, purification, clarity, protection, anti-intoxication, nightmares, anti-depression, memory and stress relief.

Borage – peace, courage, psychic powers, protection and happiness.

Broom - Purification, protection, luck and wind spell work.

Buttercup - Abundance, ancient wisdom, divination, protection and psychic abilities.

Celandine - Happiness, protection, release, escape and legal matters.

Chickweed - Love, fidelity, dreams, protection, fertility and moon magic.

Clover - Luck, money, protection, love, fidelity, exorcism and success.

Comfrey - Money, travel, protection, healing, hex breaking and bringing together.

Cowslip - Healing, peace, calm, treasure, youth and anti-visitor.

Daisy - Love, lust, protection, happiness, dreams, strength and courage.

Dandelion - Wishes, divination, love, abundance and psychic powers.

Elderflower - Protection, healing, faeries, purification, intuition, exorcism, hex breaking and rebirth.

Feverfew - Protection, peace, health and purification.

Foxglove - Protection, gossip, faeries and divination.

Gorse – Money and protection.

Hawthorn - Happiness, fertility, love, protection, purification, forgiveness, faeries and hope.

Heather - Luck, protection, cleansing, ghosts, rain, spirit, love, friendship, faeries, dreams and shape shifting.

Meadowsweet - Peace, happiness and love.

Pennyroyal - Strength, protection, peace, initiation, Goddess and business.

Primrose - Love, protection, faeries, changes and growth.

Self-Heal/All Heal - Releasing, cleansing, spirituality, stress, calming, clarity and protection.

Thistle - Protection, healing, exorcism, hex breaking and spirit.

Woodruff - Protection, money, balance and justice.

Yarrow - Psychic powers, love, courage, exorcism, dreams, peace, happiness, divination and protection.

 

 

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Rachel is a witch...has been for a very long time, not the green skinned warty kind obviously...the real sort - but she is also a working wife and mother living in Hampshire, England who has also been lucky enough to write and have published a growing stack of books on the Craft. She loves to learn she loves to study and continues to do so each and every day but has learned the most from actually getting outside and doing it. She regularly gives talks and workshops at pagan events. Rachel is also founder and an Elder at the Kitchen Witch online school of witchcraft. She likes to laugh...and eat cake...
 
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