Slippery Elm Bark
Ulmas rubra, Ulmas fulva
Some additional folk names: Indian Elm,Moose Elm, Red Elm
Size: 1 ounce
Slippery Elm Bark is the premiere sorcery ingredient for “stop gossip” work.
Using Slippery Elm Bark
Here’s a potent charm for those who must walk and work among the two-face types. Combine Slippery Elm Bark with Calamus Root and Licorice Root. Place these in a black or brown Mojo Bag and include the Seal of Saturn.
Put the three herbs and the paper into the Hand (Mojo) and tie it off, tight. Put this in your pocket (or bra, for women) and carry it, whenever you are around gossiping people.
Gossip Makes Me Sick
But luckily, Slippery Elm cures that, too! Not only is it a fine remedy for people who have nothing better to do than talk about you, it’s a great stomach soother and a key ingredient in my Happy Tummy Tonic.
See the articles on the Free Magick Lessons page for lots of other tricks.
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