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Voodoo Herbs for luck, herbs for health & herbs for cooking / salts for spiritual ritual baths and much more!

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Gris Gris Bags

Mini Fabric Bag / Luck in Love

$ 30.00

Mini fabric bags with herbs & such, dressed in applicable Voodoo oil intended to achieve Luck in Love for the one who carries it. Worn in pocket or under garment. (Dress bag) Apply applicable oil occasionally to keep potent.


Gris Gris Bags

Mini Fabric Bag / Protection for the one who carries it

$30.00

Mini fabric bags with herbs & such, dressed in applicable Voodoo oil intended to achieve Protection for the one who carries it. Worn in pocket or under garment. (Dress bag) Apply applicable oil occasionally to keep potent.


Gris Gris Bags

Mini Fabric Bag / Achieve Favorable Business Ventures

$30.00

Mini fabric bags with herbs & such, dressed in applicable Voodoo oil intended to achieve Favorable Business ventures for the one who carries it. Worn in pocket or under garment. (Dress bag) Apply applicable oil occasionally to keep potent.


Gris Gris Bags

Mini Fabric Bag / Good Luck in Finances

$30.00

Mini fabric bags with herbs & such, dressed in applicable Voodoo oil intended to achieve Good Luck Finances for the one who carries it. Worn in pocket or under garment. (Dress bag) Apply applicable oil occasionally to keep potent.


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Sage Smudge Stick

$10.00

Smudging is an important purification ritual in many different cultures and traditions. This Sage smudge stick is one of a wide variety of different smudges we have in stock for all your ritual needs.

Easy to use and durable, these smudge sticks will last for months of use if properly put out each time. The sage is in a thick, 5" long bundle.



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Hibiscus Flowers Whole 1 oz

$8.33

Also found under the names of Rosemallow and Flor De Jamaica, Hibiscus is actually the genus name for Flowers that are well known for their showy blossoms that are often found as part of shrubs in gardens around the world. Beyond this cosmetic use, Hibiscus flowers can also be found put to use in a great many ways globally, ranging from use as a vegetable in culinary dishes to paper making. In Mexico, it is often found in a drink called Agua de Flor De Jamaica, which is popular for its color and flavor (which is said to be similar to cranberry juice), as well as for the actual consumption of the dried flowers, which are held as a delicacy.

Elsewhere it is frequently used as an herbal tea which is held to be relaxing. In spiritual practices throughout the world Hibiscus flowers are associated with love and are said to be quite potent an aphrodisiac, as well as being useful in spells and rituals to attract love and lust. In some traditions it is also held to be a potent aid in divination and dream magic, particularly where you are seeking love.

Modern medicine has also turned an eye upon the flower, conducting a study in 2008 that showed that the traditional hibiscus flower tea can be quite helpful in lowering blood pressure in pre-hypertensive and mildly hypertensive patients. In this way it can be quite good at soothing nerves. It has also been suggested that the tea can be used as an antispasmodic as well, though further study needs to be conducted. This is a 1 oz packet of whole Hibiscus Flowers.

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Black Salt 1oz

$7.00

This powerful ritual component is of great use in removing jinxes and keeping away evil forces or bad neighbors. Sprinkle it in the area you desire to protect or in ritual circles to empower your magick, or blend small amounts with ink to increase the potency of your magickal seals.



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Devil's Claw Root Powder 1 oz

$7.88

Devil's Claw Root (Harpagophytum procumbens) has a long history of traditional use within the medicinal practices of the native tribes within Southern Africa. The root, which has a distinct, claw-like appearance, is often allowed to dry in the sun before it is used to relieve pain, improve digestion and treat heartburn, reduce fever, ease headaches, and even help treat some allergies. As European explorers became acquainted with the root, it became quite popular among the English and the Dutch, and was used for treating arthritis.

In modern usage, Devil's Claw Root is most recognized for relieving joint and muscle pain, and there have been multiple studies examining how it works. Scientists are still uncertain as to how exactly it functions, but they have shown that it does not function like a Cox-2 inhibitor, and therefore does not include the harmful side effects that can manifest in the cardiovascular system. Testing in Germany and France has revealed that Devil's Claw Root can function as an anti-inflammatory, improving mobility and aiding pain relief.

This is a 1 oz packet of Devil's Claw Root powder.

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Mugwort 1 oz

$7.33

Known as well as common wormwood, Artemisia Vulgaris, felon herb, chrysanthemum weed, wild wormwood, Old Uncle Henry, Sailor's Tobacco, Old Man, and St John's Plant, Mugwort is native to Europe, Asia, and North Africa, and has become an invasive weed in North America. Its leaves have have long been used as a flavoring agent to season fat, meat, or fish, and is perhaps most famously known for seasoning Goose in Germanic traditions. In Japan and Korea it is also known for being used to color festive rice cakes, and is a common seasoning within Korean soups and pancakes. It should be noted that Mugwort can be a hallucinogenic, but when cooked those properties are neutralized.


In the mid-ages Mugwort was part of a herbal mix called Gruit, which was used to flavor beer before the widespread use of hops, likely resulting in hallucination as well as inebriation! In ancient and medieval times Mugwort was also used for its magical properties, where it was seen as a protective herb that could dispel fatigue and protect a traveler from evil spirits and wild animals. Indeed, it was included in the 10th century "Nine Herb Charm" that is said to ward off poison and illness. It is also supiced to be a potent aid in lucid dreaming, astral travel, and otherwise increasing the intensity of dreams, as well as the ability to control and remember them.

In Ayurveda medicine in India, Mugwort is also used for cardiac complaints, feelings of unease, and general malaise. Within Chinese medicine, it is pulverized and aged into a form called Moxa. In this form it has shown a great deal of aid in positioning fetuses that are in breech positioning. Moxa and acupuncture has also been shown to slow fetal heart rates while increasing fetal movement. Moxa has also been shown however to possibly cause uterine contractions.

This is a 1 oz packet of cut Mugwort.

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Cloves Whole 1 oz

$7.78

Cloves or Dalea purpurea, are most widely known as a culinary spice, native to Indonesia. Its use has spread widely, with uses ranging from being a key component in tea in Northern India, a frequent part of Vietnamese pho broth, a wide array of Mexican dishes, and even as a frequent addition to cheese in the Netherlands. In Japan and china, one will also find cloves used as an important material for incense, and in some European countries one will find them around Christmas and Yule as a holiday decoration, called a Pomander, where the cloves are inserted into an orange and hung about the home. Spiritually, they are seen to be of great use in banishing hostile and negative forces, as well as aiding in enhancing or starting friendship and love.

In both Chinese and Western medicine, cloves have seen use in dentistry, where its oil is a painkiller. In this way, it is also sometimes used to numb away irritation and pain on the skin. They are also used in a variety of ways to aid in digesting, soothing the stomach, or even relieving gas. In aromatherapy, Cloves have seen use in clearing the head, as well. In Chinese medicine it is also utilized sometimes in treating impotence or morning sickness.

This is a 1 oz bag of whole cloves.

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Marshmallow Root Powder 1 oz

$7.33

Having been used since ancient times, Marshmallow root was originally used throughout the Mediterranean region before spreading widely to most of the rest of the world. Varieties of Marshmallow root were used in food by the Chinese and Ancient Egyptians, as well as in many of the countries of the Balkan region of Europe. The ancients revered the root for its healing properties, with many writing of its ability to help prevent illness and disease, while still others of the ancient world would use it to decorate the grave of deceased loved ones. Today it is also often used as a cleaning product, often favored for cleaning expensive Persian carpets as it will not harm the vegetable dyes used to create the colors within the fine fabrics. In modern spiritual practice, Marshmallow root is also believed to help attract good spirits.

Modern herbalists typically prescribe Marshmallow root for use in gargles intended to treat sore throats. This began in ancient Egypt and continues today, with varieties of methods also being used in France that included egg whites and rose water for flavoring. This French variety evolved into the modern Marshmallow, which actually contains no marshmallow root at all!

This is a 1 oz packet of Marshamollow root powder.

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Hyssop Cut 1 oz

$7.00

Widely known as an ingredient in men's cologne or as a component in the French liquor of Chartreuse, Hyssop, or Agastache rupestris in Latin, is also used to produce the green coloring for which Absinthe is famous. Also within the culinary arts, it is sometimes used to add a bitter, minty flavor to soups. Outside of the culinary field, Hyssop is perhaps most famed for its repeated mention in the Old Testament, where it is written of frequently as part of rituals, particularly in seeking the protection of God. Perhaps the most famous example of this would be where it was said to be used in painting the doors where Hebrew families dwelled to protect them from Moses' plague that claimed every firstborn son of Egypt.

Hyssop was also said to be used by the priests of the Temple of Solomon for purification and protection rites; a tradition that lives on among Catholic priests, who use it in the ceremonial aspergillum that they use to sprinkle holy water.

More modern herbalists portray Hyssop as an expectorant, which can be quite useful in treating coughs and other such illnesses of the lungs. It has also been shown to be a diaphoretic, used in the stimulation of sweating, and a carminative, used for expelling gas from the stomach and intestines to help relieve abdominal pain or flatulence. Hyssop is also frequently used in combination with Horehound for these purposes.

This is a 1 oz packet of cut Hyssop.

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Jezebel Root pieces 1 oz

$8.00

Jezebel root is perhaps most commonly known to Hoodoo and other pagan and occult tradition. Reportedly related to the Iris flower, it has on occasion been confused with Queen Elizabeth Root, which is also of the same family. In the oldest practices in which it is known, Jezebel Root is famed for its part in a curse, known commonly as The Curse of Jezebel, which is performed with an elaborate ritual and is used to cause distress in the life of one's enemy. It is also well known in older lore as a root of particular boon to prostitutes. For them it was held that the root possessed magical properties that would aid greatly in attracting wealthy customers.


Today, Jezebel root is primarily utilized in Hoodoo and other traditions, where still lays claim to its role in the famed Curse of Jezebel. Its other uses have expanded into people of other vocations however, particularly among those who rely upon tips from men to supplement their income, particularly among waitresses, hair dressers, and other such vocations.

This is a 1 oz packet of Jezebel Root.

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High John 1 oz

$14.00

Known under the latin name of ipomoea jalapa, the root is more commonly named after John the Conqueror (or John the Conqueroo as he is sometimes called), who is spoken of often in African American folklore and is frequently considered to be quite magically potent, particularly among Hoodoo traditions. Also known as Bindweed or Jalap Root to some, it is actually related to the morning glory and the sweet potato, and you can see some resemblance in the general shape of the tuber. Most frequently, High John Root is used as part of a Mojo bag. There it is said to provide good luck and the strength to help overcome obstacles; as well as provide potent protection from the negative energies and curses of others.

Another common usage of the Root is within spells of a sexual nature, where it is said to be quite potent in drawing the attentions of the one you desire. It has been written of and referenced for these purposes by numerous famous Blues singers, including Willie Dixon, Muddy Waters, and Bo Diddley, making it quite the iconic among that community and culture.

Modern herbalists and Hoodoo practitioners typically use it externally; in most cases avoiding its internal use as when it is taken orally it produces strong laxative properties, that are best avoided unless the situation warrants it.

This is a 1 oz packet of High John.

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Kava Kava Root Powder 1 oz

$7.50

This ancient crop of the western Pacific, also known as Piper methysticum, has long been used to help those who imbibe it relax, without interrupting their mental clarity. Traditionally, it has been prepared by chewing, grinding or pounding the root before adding it to water in which it is then consumed. Among the Vanuata, it was imbibed before dinner, so that all involved would have help in relaxing and being at ease. In Fiji, it was an ingredient in a drink called "grog" that is still popular among young men, who drink it and gather for the telling of stories and general relaxation.



Among natives, it is said to be of great use when seeking metnal clarity and patience, as well as when seeking ease of acceptance, relaxed muscles, and a general sense of well being. Spiritually, it has been used to induce visions, and is said to increase the potency of spell work involving astral travel.

Modern usage of Kava Kava root typically involves the root being powdered, where it is added in varying amounts to water, depending on the desired potency. In this, one can find that it is often mixed with coconut water or milk, lemon grass, cocoa, sugar, or soy milk to add to the flavor and ease of consumption. The purpose of this drink clings close to its original roots, often being designed to aid in finding clarity and peace of mind and a general state of calmness, mind and body.

This is a 1 oz packet of Kava Kava root powder.

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Lavender Flowers 1 oz

$7.50

Lavender flowers are often used for spells of love and healing as well as to seek inner peace, or work spells of prosperity and protection.







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Jasmine Flowers whole 1 oz

$8.33

Jasmine, whose name is derived from the Persian word "yasmin," meaning Gift from God, is quite commonly cultivated in gardens and as a houseplant. Revered for its fragrance, it is also quite well known for the fact that its flowers open their petals at night. In China, it is used for tea, often with a green or oolong tea base. It can take hours to absorb the fragrance and flavor into the water, and the process is repeated as many as seven times for the highest quality of teas. In the Philippines, it is used to create a garland that is used to adorn and decorate religious images while in other parts of Asia, Jasmine has also seen use in wedding ceremonies.



Perhaps under a similar ideal as these religious practices, Jasmine has also seen long use in spells and rituals, particularly when seeking to attract love and prosperity; sometimes used in divination, particularly in the use of dream magic. In other mystical use, Jasmine flowers are also said to be great for use in charging quartz crystals with soothing energy.

In Chinese alternative medicine, Jasmine flowers are sometimes used to "cool down" blood. Studies have also shown Jasmine to possess strong antiviral and antibacterial properties, making it a popular supplement used in the treatment of colds and other such ailments as well.

This is a 1 oz packet of whole Jasmine flowers.

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Mullein Leaf Cut 1 oz

$8.33

Known elsewhere as candlewick plant, hag taper, and lady's candle, and Verbascum thapsus , Mullein is native to both Europe and Asia. Used for tinder and lamp wicks, folklore held that witches used lamps that were lit with such wicks for their incantations. Among some folk, this gave rise to the name of Hag's taper.

Mullein was also used as funerary rites, with stalks being dipped in suet and burned at funerals. Wise tales also held that mullein was quite useful in treating diseases of cattle. In both Europe and Asia it was said that mullein could drive away evil spirits, and in India it was considered a safeguard against magic as well. There is even mention of mullein performing this task in ancient times, with the Iliad giving mention of Ulysses using mullein to ward off the sorcery of Circe.





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Juniper Berries 1 oz

$7.33

Not actually true berries, Juniper Berries are actually fleshy, merged scales similar to pine needles that possess a berry-like appearance, coming from the Juniperus communis, or Common Juniper. Perhaps most commonly known for their culinary use, Juniper Berries have long been used in European and Scandinavian cuisine to flavor meat dishes, particularly wild birds and game meats. Within these regions, the Berries can also be found as a seasoning for pork, cabbage and sauerkraut. Juniper Berries are also widely known as the agent used to add flavor to Gin. Ancient Greeks used them for medicine, often using the Berries to increase their stamina before the Olympic Games.


Romans also used them as a cheap, domestic substitute for black pepper and long pepper, both of which they had to import from India. In spiritual practices, Juniper berries can also be found in attracting good and healthy energies, particularly where you are seeking love and protection.

As a note of interest to more modern herbal practices, the addition of Juniper Berries to gin was originally intended for medicinal purposes, with the intent to use it as an agent for delivering the medicinal properties of Juniper Berries. Modern herbalists still often see the Berries as being useful as a diuretic, helping to purge the system of toxins and aid the digestive tract, as well as an appetite stimulant. Others also hold that it is a useful remedy for rheumatism and arthritis.

This is a 1 oz packet of whole Juniper Berries.

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Lemon Grass 1 oz

$7.00

Found in many sources under the formal name of Cymbopogon citratus, lemongrass can also find mention in herbals and other sources of folklore as barbed wire grass, silky heads, citronella grass, and fever grass. Native to India, it finds wide use in Asian cuisine, appearing in everything from teas and soups to curry, and the seasoning of poultry and seafood. Varieties are also used in the production of citronella, which can be used as insect repellent and aroma therapy. In India, the oils of this grass are used to preserve ancient manuscripts, functioning at a pesticide and a preservative as it keeps insects away from the leaves of the ancient works, as well as keeping them from becoming brittle and dry.

Medicinally, Brazilians have long used it as a tea for anxiety and other traditions have long used it in an herbal soup that is good for cough and cold. It has also been shown to have antifungal properties. In 2006 a study found that Lemongrass can cause apoptosis in malignant cancer cells. This essentially causes cancer cells to kill themselves, while leaving normal cells unharmed. This potentially huge breakthrough resulted in a great deal of excitement, but the study requires further testing before such test results can be confirmed and deemed safe.

This is a 1 oz packet of cut Lemongrass.

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Low John Root 1 oz

$6.00

Known by a wide variety of names including Little John to Chew and Chewing John, and even Court Case Root, Low John is the common name for what others refer to as Galangal. It has been utilized often in oriental cuisines, most famously perhaps in Tom Yum Soup and Dtom Kha Gai, and in the raw form Low John root offers a smell quite similar to that of citrus fruit, with other earthy fragrances reaching ones senses as well. Within some portions of Southeast Asia and Indonesia it is also used as a tonic for soothing stomachs.

In Hoodoo, where Low John is most frequently known and utilized, Low John is viewed as a powerful component in seeking favor in court cases, as you might have guessed by its other alias of Court Case Root.

Therein it is frequently viewed to help sway justice to your side. Otherwise, it has also seen a great deal of use in money drawing spells, spells that protect and break hexes and curses, and even sex and psychic magic.

This is a 1 oz packet of Low John Root.

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Mistletoe Powder 1 oz

$7.33

Found in many sources under the formal name of Cymbopogon citratus, lemongrass can also find mention in herbals and other sources of folklore as barbed wire grass, silky heads, citronella grass, and fever grass. Native to India, it finds wide use in Asian cuisine, appearing in everything from teas and soups to curry, and the seasoning of poultry and seafood. Varieties are also used in the production of citronella, which can be used as insect repellent and aroma therapy. In India, the oils of this grass are used to preserve ancient manuscripts, functioning at a pesticide and a preservative as it keeps insects away from the leaves of the ancient works, as well as keeping them from becoming brittle and dry.

Medicinally, Brazilians have long used it as a tea for anxiety and other traditions have long used it in an herbal soup that is good for cough and cold. It has also been shown to have antifungal properties. In 2006 a study found that Lemongrass can cause apoptosis in malignant cancer cells. This essentially causes cancer cells to kill themselves, while leaving normal cells unharmed. This potentially huge breakthrough resulted in a great deal of excitement, but the study requires further testing before such test results can be confirmed and deemed safe.

This is a 1 oz packet of cut Lemongrass.

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Slippery Elm Bark Powder 1 oz

$8.33

Slippery Elm (Ulmus rubra) is a tree native to North America that can grow over sixty feet in height. It possesses a rich red heartwood that most likely gave it its common name "Red Elm" and it can also be found under the names of Gray Helm, Soft Elm, Moose Elm and Indian Elm, and is perhaps most closely related to the European Wych Elm. Its fibrous bark has made it popular for a variety of uses ranging from the creation of twine, rope, thread, and even bows strings. The wood is also popular in making sturdy wood structures, and was popular for wagon wheels due to its interlocking grain which can better absorb shocks.

In modern usage its bark has become popular as a powder which is then often used as a tea. The tea is said to be good herbal remedy for soothing the digestive tract, and is even considered by some to be a useful treatment for easing Crohn's Disease and Ulcerative Colitis. It has also been used to treat diarrhea, cough, and sore throat, and is sometimes used externally for wounds and burns.

This is 1 oz of Slippery Elm powder.

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