Powers of the Psalms by Anna Riva The Master Book of Candle Burning by Henri Gamache Hoodoo Herb and Root Magic by Catherine Yronwode The Art of. Featuring magical herbs and roots from The Lucky Mojo Curio Co. Occult Shop. Herbs Excerpt from “Hoodoo Herb and Root Magic” by catherine yronwode. Hoodoo Herb and Root Magic: A Materia Magica of African-American Conjure The author, catherine yronwode, is the proprietor of the Lucky Mojo Curio.

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Did you like what you read here? Black Candle Tobacco Use in Magic: Mace Powder Use in Magic: While the herbs and roots listed in this book are not exhaustive by any means it is still a great reference book nonetheless.

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Buckeye Nut Use in Magic: Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Carried with your money for prosperity, increase in wages, magif money-finding, and wealth. For use in gambler’s mojo bag.


Contains 9 herbs alleged to draw love, romance, and sexual affection. Used in divination, bone reading, and as a lucky charm, representing ancient or past form of the species.

As I type this review my wife has just read to me something about wearing bat blood around your neck for gambling luck. Poppy Flowers Use in Magic: Used to increase psychic abilities and mental powers, and for protection of children.


Hoodoo Herb and Root Magic: A Materia Magica of African-American Conjure

To be given a reduced sentence or fine in court cases; for making triple-strength Peace Water. This book for the recipe i want bible book for begginer.

Used for Jinxing spells, and to cause a woman to go crazy.

A large red and black legume often carried in magic amulets for good luck. Natural mineral powders, dusts, grits, and rocks have a long history of use in the tradition of hoodoo, as do man-made mineral objects such as nails and red brick dust.

Hoodoo does not have such limitation. Gambling luck, finances, business success. The spells listed in this book appear to be scant and few And seem as though added as an afterthought.

Burned on charcoal for contact with the dead; used as a binding agent in inks. Native Americans have preferred this root for the creation of effigy dolls for love. Balm of Gilead Buds Use rpot Magic: Further instructional information about zoological curios can be found in hoodlo book: Learn more about Amazon Prime.

Complete Curio Kit Use in Magic: For magic spells of protection of the home, to invite helpful spirits into the household. Anise Seed Powder Use in Magic: I’m really happy to have it as a resource in my practice.

Hoodoo Herb and Root Magic: A Materia Magica of African-American Conjure by Catherine Yronwode

Solomon’s Seal Root Use in Magic: You’d better be prepared to flip to each magic herb or ingredient with that property and hope it’s under one of them. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. Mullein Leaves Use in Magic: Follow Us on Facebook: It does not have all the high ceremony and it is practical as it uses rocks, bones, herbs and graveyard dirt.


There isn’t another book on the market like this, and it is an indispensable help for those who are looking to incorporate Hoodoo into their magical practice. The whole root is used for a pocket piece or in a mojo bag. Weasel Mandible Bone Use in Magic: To attract a lover of the opposite gender for romance and sexual passion.

Carried on the person or in a red flannel bag to bring luck, or sprinkled on a pair of Lodestones to keeps the luck in. To magically break up or cause discord and strife between two people.

Deer Metacarpal Bone, 1″ Use in Magic: A strong jinx-breaker herb when used as a sprinkle or brewed and drunk as a tea. Plantain Leaves Use in Magic: