Herb Information
  Wahoo

Used for:
Hex-breaking
Courage
Success
  Walnut

Used for:
Mental Powers
Infertility
Wishes
  Wax Plant

Used for:
Protection
  Wheat

Used for:
Fertility
Money
White Oak Bark
With oaks used by Celts as gateway between worlds,
White Oak bark is believed to aid in the creation of
such portals. It is also being explored as a dietary
aid, with many vitamins and minerals.
White Pine Bark
White Pine bark has been explored medicinally by
Native Americans for hundreds of years. It can be
used to honor the Earth and plant world. Fill a small
bag with bark, add aromatic oils or anointing oils,
herbs and amulet, to make your own spell or mojo
bag.
White Sage
The preferred herb for smudging, this loose form of
the herb is perfect for smoldering over a charcoal or
offering directly into a fire. The smoke is used to
neutralize the energy of an area. Good for cleansing
and rituals of healing, blessings, prosperity,
protection or any purpose. Also good in mojo bags
and homemade incense blends.
White Willow Bark
Frequently associated with the moon or the element
of water, willow bark can be good for spells and
rituals of healing as well as those of binding.

Used for:
Protection
Wild Lettuce Leaf
Wild Lettuce Leaf was often used among Native
Americans in religious ritual as an aid in seeking
meditative trances and visions, and to create more
vivid dreams.
  Willow

Used for:
Love
Divination
Protection
Healing
  Wintergreen

Used for:
Protection
Healing
Hex-Breaking
  Winter's Bark

Used for:
Success
Witch Grass (Bermuda Grass,
Couch Grass, Cutch, Devil's
Grass, Dog Grass, Durfa
Grass, Kusha, Quack Grass,
Quick Grass, Triticum, Twitch
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
Witch Hazel
Native Americans frequently used Witch Hazel leaf
for several healing aspects. It can be used to call
energies, offering to Spirits, Energies, and Elements
It can be sewn into a mojo bag as a talisman of
power to call or command intentions and overcome
adversity.

Used for:
Protection
Chastity
  Wolf's Bane

Used for:
protection
Invisibility
  Wood Rose

Used for:
Luck
  Woodruff

Used for:
Victory
Protection
Money
Woodworm
Wormwood is often burned as an incense during
rituals and spell work designed to increase or
develop psychic powers. It is also connected to
Masculine Energy, Mars and Fire.

Used for:
Psychic Powers
Protection
Love
Calling Spirits
Back to Top
Book of Metaphysical Information