The Hearth Witch's Garden Herbal
Plants, Recipes & Rituals for Healing & Magical Self-Care
by Anna Franklin
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Pub Date 08 Mar 2023 | Archive Date 28 Feb 2023
Llewellyn Worldwide, Ltd., Llewellyn Publications
200+ Herbal Recipes from the Witch's Garden
More than just a place to connect with nature, your garden can provide a variety of foods, medicines, and magical ingredients. This book shows you how to use dozens of common plants to improve your health, make personal care products, and develop your spiritual practice. Some of the flowers you already grow might be as magical as any exotic herb money can buy.
Anna Franklin provides comprehensive profiles for nearly thirty plants, sharing each one's culinary, medicinal, and cosmetic uses as well as recipes, correspondences, and magical virtues. This practical guide also offers deep insights on seasonal garden rituals, fairy flowers and trees, weather lore, garden spirits and familiars, harvesting and storing, and more. From tinctures, meads, and jellies to creams, bath salts, and incenses, this book helps you turn your bountiful harvest into an enchanting natural lifestyle.
Aloe Vera • Begonia • Borage • Calendula • Carnation • Chamomile • Clover • Daisy • Dandelion • Fuchsia
Geranium • Heather • Honeysuckle • Horsetail • Houseleek • English Ivy • Jasmine • Lavender • Lilac& • Mallow
Nasturtium • Nettle • Passionflower • Peony • Red Poppy • Primrose • Rose • Sunflower • Violet
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