19 Herbs, Spices, and Flowers and Their Magickal Properties

An introduction to using Earth’s treasures to improve your life.

a person grinding herbs, spices, and flowers in a mortar and pestle.
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Many people are drawn to the magickal world because of its natural balance and harmony. They know that they can find peace, love, happiness, and success within themselves just by connecting with nature. So what better way to tap into your magick than…




Let’s jump out of the box together. Supporting connection, positivity, joy, hope, caring for each other and the environment around us. New beginnings for this Universe and Humanity. Builds on providing emotional and mental support, welcome spirituality and open minds. Dance.

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Wendi is a freelance writer with interests in esoteric topics and spirituality. Get a dose of magick in your inbox: https://wendilady.medium.com/subscribe

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