Herbs for protection

If you’ve never used plant matter in magic before, I explain in detail in the Plants, Herbs, and Roots for Prosperity column the different ways these substances can be practically used in rituals and daily practice. In summary, the main methods of using plant material to summon protection are: carrying the substance on your person in a locket or sachet, boiling the herb and sprinkling the residual water around your residence, putting a twig under your bed or pillow. , bathing in a distillation or burning it as incense. Also, with the attraction of love, just keeping the plant alive in your home can help increase its vibrations.

Below I have detailed where an herb can be used for a specific protective purpose.

Ague Weed: A bath in this herb is said to banish evil spirits. This herb is also known as Boneset.

Agrimony – Burned or sprayed around the house to send bad spirits to the sender.

Angelica – Used on the person to ward off evil spirits, however, a downside to this herb is that it can also protect you from opportunities. It is used formally in exorcism rites to get rid of evil spirits. Brew it into a tea and sprinkle it on the corners of a house to protect it from evil spirits. The person is also warned in a medallion or pouch for personal protection.

Anise: Stuffing under a pillow protects from nightmares.

Ash: Branches can be shaken and waved like a wand to clear a place of bad energy.

Asafoetida: Kept in a potpourri or burned for protection.

Bergamot – Usually used to get money, but some sources say it can be used for personal protection and also to attract a good mood.

Borage: Place it in an area that is suspicious, said to bring out the truth or reveal dishonesty, plots, or secrets.

Broom Caps – Boiled in salt water to keep evil spirits and ghosts away.

Caraway: Take the seeds with you to protect yourself from disease and poor health. A few seeds on a loved one’s clothing are said to protect their marriage from infidelity.

Carnations: A bouquet of fresh or dried flowers is said to protect home and family from rivals and attackers of all kinds.

Camphor: Used as a balm, it is used to ward off physical attacks or unwanted advances from others.

Cedar: Branches or incense are burned to protect the home from spirits. It also protects those who are in deep meditation or performing rituals from the capture of unwanted energies and astral attack. However, it is toxic to reptiles and birds, so you should be careful when using it if you have any as a pet.

Coriander: Burn as incense or use the seeds on your person to protect against attacks. Help protect friends and lovers from accidents.

Deersbane – Burned to reveal bad energy or to tell one the source of bad energy.

Dill: Sprinkle in a corner of the children’s room to protect them from harm.

Elder: A highly protective tree whose branches are burned or kept in the home to save residents from accidents and attacks of all kinds.

Eucalyptus: Burned at home to protect health from viruses, diseases, and pests.

Geranium: Live bouquets, oil and incense are kept at home to protect the family from attacks of all kinds and also from diseases. Used as an oil to protect health.

Heather: Twigs are worn on the person or kept in the home to protect against evil spirits and unwanted attentions.

Lavender: Use a fresh bouquet, dried flowers, oil, perfume, or incense to protect and protect yourself and your home from bad vibes and negative people.

Marjoram: Sprayed in the home to protect against accidents, thieves and unwanted visitors.

Myrtle: A twig is kept over the front door for protection.

Motherwort: Burned or kept in bags or medallions on the person for personal protection.

Pennyroyal: Burned to protect against domestic abuse and violence in the home.

Pine: A pine crown protects from bad spirits and attracts good spirits. The incense clears the spaces of bad vibrations.

Snakeroot: used to banish a person or thing from a home.

Rue: Rue’s candles are burned for protection and the grass is burned to clear a space of evil thought forms and malevolent energies.

Slippery Elm: Put the herb where you want to get rid of slander or gossip. You can also get burned by sending bad thoughts to the sender.

Vetivert: Use the oil to protect yourself when going out in dangerous or questionable situations.

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