Incorporate herbs into spells, rituals, and divination with this all-inclusive guide to the benefits of using herbal magic in witchcraft.
From creating potions to using dried herbs in rituals, herbal magic is a natural way to practice witchcraft. Herbs can be used in many different ways to help set the intention through every part of a witch’s process.
In The Modern Witchcraft Guide to Magickal Herbs, learn everything you need to use the most powerful herbs and use them as an essential part of your practice. Including information on which herbs are best for what kinds of spells, how to use herbs in divination and rituals, and step-by-step guides to making herbal bundles, potions, and sprays, this guidebook has all the important facts to make your herbal witchcraft a success.
Jam-packed with herbal ideas, this guide is perfect for both beginners and experienced witches looking to incorporate more herbs into their practice. Beautiful and functional, it is easy to navigate and offers a detailed guide to herbal magic!
About the Author
Judy Ann Nock received a Master of Science degree in TESOL at CUNY City College in May 2019 and has a double bachelor’s degree in Creative Writing and Theatre from The Florida State University. Excerpts from her books have appeared in Publishers Weekly, Yahoo.com, Bust Magazine, Luna Luna Magazine, HelloGiggles, Bustle, among others. Judy Ann Nock has appeared in feature articles on Refinery29 and in the Village Voice. She also performs regularly with the critically acclaimed Hoboken cave punk supergroup known as psych-O-positive. Radio stations such as WFMU and Strong Island Radio have dedicated airplay to her music and books. She lives with her daughter in New York City.
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