Size: 1 ounce
Magickal Element: Water
Astrological Sign: Cancer
Some Additional, Folk Names: Poison Flag, Flag Lily, Water Iris, Fleur-de-Lys, Liver Lily
Hibiscus hails from ancient Arabian lore, reported to incite lust. So much so was this belief, Egyptian women were forbidden to drink it. It’s rightful place (according to the lore) is in the marriage chamber, to assist in marital bliss.
In our more enlightened (or decadent) times, it’s not at all unusual to find a witch placing Hibiscus Flowers into a love potion or a sachet, charged with the intent of finding a husband… or a fling.
Since Hibiscus Flowers have such allure in love and simultaneously purport certain powers of divination, it stands to reason that you’ll want to incorporate them in divining for matters of love. Throw in a little Venus Incense, just to be safe.
Use organic ingredients in your conjure operations and your work is purer, closer to the source. The next best thing to harvesting these herbs and roots yourself, going organic puts you deeper in tune with Elemental Earth. You won’t have to deal with hazardous pesticides or toxic fertilizers.
The herbs, roots, resins and other, materia magica available here are all either organic or wild-harvested. They’re great for all your spell work needs, because they are purer, pulled straight from Mother Earth.
Many of these items are pure enough to use in homeopathic medicines and the spices are great for general cooking! Please read the descriptions carefully and do outside research.
Always consult your physician and take care, before ingesting any herbs, roots, etc.
Conjure Work herbs, oils, powders and incenses are safe and high quality. However, a small percentage of people will have allergies that even natural, 100% organic substances may aggravate. A substance that is completely harmless and even healthy for one person might cause a slightly allergic reaction in someone with a more sensitive system.
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