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The Spiritual Quest

Originally posted on Hearth Witchery:
The Hero’s Journey tells us that the universal tale is the one of the hero who receives a message from the Otherworld and sets off on a quest, meeting characters who help or hinder him…

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Let Go of Attachments

Originally posted on Beneath the Hawthorne:
The first lesson to master before we delve into the forgotten history of magic is this: We must identify and release the attachments in our lives. We all have them and they often blind…

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Calendula Treats for Your Skin

Originally posted on Hearth Witchery:
Calendula has antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties. As lotion, cream or ointment it speeds up healing and counters infection in sunburn, minor burns, insect bites and stings, acne, cuts, abrasions, inflamed rashes, nappy rash, haemorrhoids and…

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Making Cold Infused Oils

Originally posted on Hearth Witchery:
Fats and oils extract the oily and resinous properties of a herb, and these are often the antibacterial, antifungal and wound-healing components we really want. Choose your leaves or flowers. Don’t wash them before use…

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Bath Magic: Where to Begin

Originally posted on The Black Grimoire :
Today we’ll be talking in depth about the practice of bath magic. If you look around most traditional parts of the magical community, you’ll notice that bathing for ritual work or spell work is…

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Herbal Tooth Powder

Originally posted on Make Herbal Remedies:
Everyone has a variety of bacteria in their mouth which helps by beginning the digestive process. Excess bacteria in your mouth could cause tooth decay, gingivitis or gum disease. This Tooth Powder helps to…

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Always Label Your Herbals

Originally posted on Make Herbal Remedies:
This is not just nice to have but it is very important – you need to remember what you do and how you did it so you can do it again. Make a note…

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