suggestions for symbolic bouquet herbs to use in a wedding loyalty. The old poem, author unknown, says “Here’s Thyme to give you courage and Rosemary for the past, Sweet Lavender for a loyal heart and Rose, a love to last; Sage for a life that is long and brave, Mint to quicken the brain, Violets to ward off evil ones and Basil to cure the pain. Then for fun and fragrance Southernwood will do; and Lemon and Ginger mean a Sixpence in your shoe.”
Waning Moon means the moon is decreasing in size, moving from the Full Moon towards the New Moon. This is a time for spells that banish, release, reverse. This is a time to break bad habits or bad addictions, to end bad relationships. This is a time of deep intuition and a time for divination.
SAGE is a staple in herbal magick. It is commonly used by magicians as a "smudge", which means it cleanses and purifies, or, more practically, keeps bugs away. Wiccans and other magicians use sage to cense the sacred space, or circle. Though it is commonly used as an incense, it is also widely used in baths, especially the purification bath taken before working magick.
Make your own smudge stick - also includes list of herbs that can be used and their meaning
#Arfvedsonite is the BEST manifestation stone. Gleaming black with golden flecks, this stunning gem is often mistaken for nuumite or astrophyllite. But make no mistake, it has a potent magic all its own, and a crystal structure that is very unique. #CrystalHealing
Sage is used in Magic for the purpose of cleansing, healing, promoting longevity, prosperity, passion, purification and wisdom. Sage is associated with the Earth element and so can be used to enhance earth magic. Sage is popularly used as the main herb in smudging rituals. It can also be used in spells and rituals to promote divination, domestic harmony, increased energy, happiness and to inspire creativity. Having a healthy sage plant in your garden means that you will be prosperous.
Sage The aromatic sages strengthen the lungs and can be used in teas or tinctures to prevent coughs. Less aromatic species of Salvia are run-of-the-mill mint-family anti-inflammatories, which means that they can be used for pretty much any infection or inflammation, and will give at least some relief.