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Herbal Protection Charm

This herbal protection charm is perfect to keep with you in your car. It provides protection for you while you are on the road--not just from physical damage to your automobile, but also protection against any of those mishaps that occur on the highway.

You will need:

1 six inch square of white or gold cloth

Red embroidery thread


1 tsp. basil

1 tsp. burdock

1 tsp. clover

1 tsp frankincense

1 piece of Dragon's Blood Resin

1 tiger's eye (gemstone) chip

1 sprig of rowan or ash

Embroider the algiz rune on the outside of the cloth. If you can't embroider, you can use red fabric paint. When done (or when its dry), lay the cloth out with the algiz rune touching the table. Raise energy and charge the herbs for protection. Place them in the center of the cloth. Add the Dragon's Blood Resin and the tiger's eye. Catch the corners of the cloth together and bind with red thread. Bind the sprig of rowan to the charm and keep with you in your car for protection on the road.

Family Healing Spell

Prepare an envelope from a square of paper. On the paper write the word " Health ".

Then write the name of the person you are directing the healing towards.

Enclose a pinch of the following herbs into the envelope:

Burdock, Galangal, Horehound, Elder, Lavender, Lemon Balm, Mandrake root, Rose, Rue, Sassafras, and Yellowdock.

Chant the following:
" I charge these herbs to aid my spell, that _________ will be well.
That by free will that can be blessed, with total health and happiness.
I ask the Goddess to hear my call, that it may be correct and good for all. "
Light the envelope on fire with the altar candle. Focus on the smoke towards those in need.
Place the envelope into the cauldron so that it can burn completely and say:
" I call upon a breath of wind, empowered by the Spirit of Air,
To carry my spell toward my kin and gracefully deliver it there.
By all the powers of three times three, this spell bound around shall be.
To cause no harm, nor return on me.
As I do will, So mote it be!

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