Jan 21, 2016

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There’s An Herb For That – Part IV

There’s An Herb For That – Part IV
Myristica fragrans Nutmeg. The picture was tak...

Myristica fragrans Nutmeg. The picture was taken in Zanzibar. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

In my previous post, I began a list of herbs, spices, and foods – easily available in North America in January – that can be used magically to attain wealth or prosperity. This is a continuation of that list, followed by a few thoughts.

Nutmeg (Myristica fragrans) – Include in a money or prosperity incense, sachet, or other mixture, or sprinkle onto a green candle used in a money or prosperity spell.

Oats (Avena sativa) – Use in any prosperity and money spell.

Onion (Allium cepa) – Burn onion skins in the fireplace or stove to attract riches.

Orange (Citrus sinesis) – Add the peel to any prosperity incense or other mixture.

Pea (Pisum sativum) – Shell peas to bring luck and profit to your business, or use dried peas in money mixtures.

Pecan (Carya illinoensis) – Add pecans to any money or prosperity spell. To make sure that you keep your job, shell a few pecans and eat them slowly while visualize yourself working and enjoying your job. Put the shells in a bag and place it somewhere at work where it won’t be found or removed.

Pine (Pinus, many varieties) – Use in money spells, and use the sawdust as an incense base.

Pineapple (Ananas comusus) – Add the dried peel or flesh to money mixtures.

Pomegranate (Punica granatum) – Add the dried skin to wealth and money incense.

Poppy (Papaver, several varieties) – Eat or carry poppy seeds or flowers to attract money.

Rice (Oryza sativa) – Add to money spells.

Sesame (Sesamum orientale) – Leave a jar of sesame seeds open in the house to draw cash. Change the seeds once a month.

Tea (Camellia, several varieties) – Burn the leaves as an incense, or add to money mixtures and sachets.

Wheat (Triticum, several varieties) – Place sheaves of wheat in your home to attract money, or carry grains of wheat in a sachet for the same purpose.

Most of what I have read about these herbs, spices, and foods advise us to burn them is incense, carry them, add them to sachets, or generically use them in money or prosperity spells. However, it seems to me that quite of few of these would combine well to make a money or prosperity cookie, or savory bit to eat. I could be wrong, of course, but if burning cinnamon and nutmeg draws money, then it stands to reason that combining them with oats to make a cookie would first have the desired effect of an incense during the baking process. Then, if you place the cookie on the altar for a spell, and add it to a sachet, you are getting more for your money, so to speak.

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