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Cunningham's Encyclopedia of Magical Herbs Llewellyn's Sourcebook Series Read º 106 Ú Do you work magic with herbs Do you use them in spells for talismans or simply use their innate powers If you don't have Cunningham's Encyclopedia of Magical Herbs you need to get it right away This book has becomDo you work magic with herbs Do you use them in spells for talismans or simply use their innate powers If you don't have Cunningham's Encyclopedia of Magical Herbs you need to get it right away This book has become a classic in its field Paul Beyerl a respected author on herbs calls it an essential reference book by students of herbalism and magick alike Scott's personable charm touches every page I highly recommend this book And Jeanne Rose famous author of books on herbs and developer of an herbal course says I love books like this It is. i love this book i wander around the yard with it i practically read it to my plants the history and folklore adds so much to my gardening experience and i get totally excited when somebody asks about this or that herb i have in a dish near my front door or tied in a bundle over the fireplace each plant reference includes latin name folk name gender planet element deities powers uses whether or not it's poisonous and a black n white botanical sketch of the plant mint is no longer mint it's a plant at the end of driveway keeping out evil spirits and promoting good neighbor relations i don't really believe in evil spirits but since all the neighbors stop to rub and sniff the plant and also say hello i cannot argue with this book it's also amusing to think of ones grandmother wandering around town with a potato in her purse trying not to catch a cold we have come a long way with modern science but have lost so much of the romance of 'lore' why can't we have both

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For bramble you'll know it needs blackberry Or if the magic calls for enebro you'll know you that is juniperThe main part of this book is the listings of the herbs Each one includes names associations and magical attributions Violets can be used for protection luck love and Primrose is for protection and love Garlic is for protection healing exorcism lust and prevention of theftThis book is considered a classic It is probably consulted than any other book on this subject If you want to learn the secrets of magical herbs this book is a must. This is one of my two absolute favorite books on the magical use of herbs It is fun and easy to use and I highly recommend it for anyone interested in undertaking the practice of Wicca or modern Witchcraft Scott Cunningham was a wonderful light hearted positive Light Being I knew him personally and everyone I know who uses this book loves it There has been some criticism that everything in it is not based in perfect scholarship However that does not matter This book has been in active use by practitioners for over 30 years Based on that it stands on its own

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Cunningham's Encyclopedia of Magical Herbs Llewellyn's Sourcebook SeriesAccessible easy to read and with its encompassing index all too often neglected simple to use as well Over 200000 people already have this book and use it freuentlyIn this edition of the book it's expanded and revised on the 15th anniversary of original publication you will find the magical properties and folklore of over 400 herbs You'll also find lists of herbs based on their magical powers their genders their planetary rulers and Perhaps the most important list is the folk name cross reference With that information when a recipe calls. Certainly not the sort of book one would read from beginning to end but a very useful reference book and one I use often The index allows you to look up herbs by the proper name Folk name or Latin name For each herb you will find the related Gender Planet Element Deities Powers as well as magical and ritual uses Only drawback here is while Cunningham's reference list is long he does not indicate which source is used to back up the claimed properties of each herb While this book is great as a uick reference book it will not tell you why a plant is related to a specific planet or deity This book also provides a very basic introduction to working magic the basic principles of magic and how to use herbs to make oils ointments sachets and The illustrations leave a little something to be desired if you are looking for a tool to help you identify different herbs this may not be your best option