Herb Information
  Daffodil

Used for:
Love
Fertility
Luck
  Daisy

Used for:
Lust
Luck
Damiana
Said to increase magical energy and aid in divination
spells, Damiana leaf is also believed to be of use in
dream magic and clairvoyance, as well as sex magic.

Used for:
Lust
Love
Visions
Dandelion Leaf
Dandelion Leaf is a powerful aid in summoning
spirits and it is also quite useful in rituals of
purification.

Used for:
Divination
Wishes
Calling Spirits
  Datura

Used for:
Hex Breaking
Sleep
Protection
  Deerstongue

Used for:
Lust
Psychic Power
  Devil's Bit

Used for:
Exorcism
Love
Protection
Lust
Devil's Claw Root
Discovered from the tribes of South Africa, Devil's
Claw Root gained popularity among European
explorers. It can be used to reverse evil, claw your
way out of bad experiences, and to chase away evil.
Devil's Grass (Bermuda
Grass, Couch Grass, Cutch,
Dog Grass, Durfa Grass,
Kusha, Quack Grass, Quick
Grass, Triticum, Twitch
Grass, Wicth Grass)
Often used to represent Jupiter in ritual magick,
Witches Grass can be potent in spells seeking
happiness, good luck or overcoming obstacles.

Used for:
Happiness
Lust
Love
Exorcism
Devil's Shoestring
histories, Devil`s Shoe String is a common and
potent root utilized most frequently in Hoodoo
practices, as it has been for years unmeasured. In
this practice, they are most frequently kept within a
Mojo bag or tied together to form a bracelet, anklet,
or necklace. In these circumstances, it is typically
viewed as a powerful protective device. This is
where some believe it even gets its name, referring
to its ability to "trip up the devil," as if you tied his
shoe laces together. Tied together as an anklet,
Devil`s Shoestring is also known to be of particular
help in preventing the wearer from being poisoned
by Goofer`s dust. Other uses within such spiritual
practice also involve the herb aiding finding good
luck, helping to find a new job or a raise, achieving
invisibility, or acquiring some measure of control
over the opposite sex. Today, Devil`s Shoestring is
still most commonly identified with this old Hoodoo
and Root Magic practices that are, if anything, more
widespread and common today than ever. Outside
of this, some medicinal use has also been found by
some Herbalists. These Herbalists see it as an
antispasmodic, particularly in helping to ease
menstrual pains.

Used for:
Protection
Gambling
Luck
Power
Employment
  Dill

Used for:
Protection
Money
Luck
Lust
  Dittany of Crete

Used for:
Manifestations
Astral Projection
  Dock

Used For:
Healing
Fertility
Money
  Dodder

Used for:
Love
Divination
Knot Magic
  Dogbane

Used for:
Love
Dog Grass (Bermuda Grass,
Couch Grass, Cutch, Devil's
Grass, Durfa Grass, Kusha,
Quack Grass, Quick Grass,
Triticum, Twitch Grass, Witch
Grass)
Used as incense in medieval Northern Europe, Dog
Grass Root has also been used to treat the pain of
urinary infection since classical Greece. Also called:
Couch Grass, Kusha, Witch, and Quack grass. Has
been known as far as India centuries ago for many
uses. In Hoodoo: draw or break up lovers, afflict or
remedy friend or foe.Often used to represent Jupiter
in ritual magick, Can be potent in spells seeking
happiness, good luck or overcoming obstacles.

Used for:
Happiness
Lust
Love
Exorcism
  Dogwood

Used for:
Wishes
Protection
Dragon's Blood

Used for:
Love
Purification
Exorcism
Potency
  Dulse

Used for:
Lust
Harmony
Durfa Grass (Bermuda Grass,
Couch Grass, Cutch, Devil's
Grass, Dog Grass, Kusha,
Quack Grass, Quick Grass,
Triticum, Twitch Grass, Witch
Grass)
Often used to represent Jupiter in ritual magick,
Witches Grass can be potent in spells seeking
happiness, good luck or overcoming obstacles.

Used for:
Happiness
Lust
Love
Exorcism
  Dutchman's Breeches
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