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Witch TipsWhen shopping for cauldrons, get one that is made for cooking, not for show. It is important that potions be made in food safe pots.
Rather than regurgitate what has already been published, we prefer to post what we think are the best informative links on the topic of herbs and other ingredients, and post essays with additional lore and practices of active witches. Herbal Index Links Alphabetical List of Magical Herbs at Witchipedia We…
Agarwood is the resinous wood of Aquilaria and Gyrinops that have been infected with Phaeoacremonium parasitica mold. Both the wood and oil distilled from it are highly prized because of their scent, medicinal, and magical properties. Agarwood tea is said to cure many digestive and organ ailments including cirrhosis and fatty…
Potion making is an essential skill for young and novice witches. It is basically learning to cook and mix cocktails. The difference is that, as witches, we must be mindful of the medicinal and magickal properties of ingredients, and boost their effectiveness with ceremonial and ritual practices. Not all potions…