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Encyclopedia of Magical Herbs part 2- Scott Cunninghamm

Encyclopedia of Magical Herbs part 2- Scott Cunninghamm

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Cultivate Your Magical Knowledge
Nature has provided a veritable magical pantry in the plants which grow allover our planet. Since ancient times these plants have been used in magic—the practice of causing change by natural (albeit little-understood) powers.Though the medicinal properties of plants are fairly well-known—manyof the most widely prescribed drugs are synthesized versions of substancesoriginally derived from plants—their occult powers are less accessible. Muchof their magic still lies in the shadow of secrecy.Our ancestors knew that plants had mysterious, magical powers. Althoughthe magic in herbs has been forgotten by many, it has never disappeared.Return to the days when nature spirits dwelled in sacred groves and fairiesdanced in flower gardens. Inside this book you'll find magical uses for hundreds of plants:String a garland of marigolds above your door to keepevil from entering your home.Bury vervain around your house and in your houseplants—wealth will flow and the plants will thrive.Carry a bag of orris root to attract love.Drink rosebud tea before bed to induce propheticdreams.
Cunningham's Encyclopedia of Magical Herbs
is a treasury of herb wisdom
and lore from the Old and New Worlds. This comprehensive guidebook hasall the information you need to practice magical herbalism. Tap into thepower of plants and watch your magic blossom!
About the Author
Scott Cunningham practiced elemental magic for over twenty years. Hewas the author of more than thirty books, both fiction and non-fiction, themajority of them published by Llewellyn Publications. Scott's books reflecta broad range of interests within the New Age sphere, where he was highlyregarded. He passed from this life on March 28, 1993, after a long illness.
Llewellyn PublicationsWoodbury, Minnesota

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