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Herbs with their spiritual meanings A to B

Ague Weed:  a protection herb.  Also called "Boneset". Agrimony:  acts as a deflective shield; sends back bad vibrations Angelica:  highly protective. In fact, sometimes too effective!  Carry as an amulet.  Also used in exorcism.  Brewed into a tea and sprinkled in the corners of a house to keep evil away.  Can be used at the beginning and closing of rituals for blessing and banishing.  Also called "Archangel". Anise:  Raises vibrations to the highest possible psychic level.  Good for bringing about changes in attitude (re-focusing), for astral travel, dreams, crystal gazing and meditation.  In a pillow, it is said to keep away nightmares. For any type of clairvoyance or divination or mental exercises.  Anisette (liquor) is used during Voodoo initiations to anoint the head.  Apple/Apple blossoms -  for love.  Delicate, faintly seductive.  More of an Invitation than a Proposition.  Also used for peace and general contentment. Used for success.  Add to the bath to aid relaxation.  Also used for fertility Ash -   Very protective, cleansing and refocusing. Asafetida: one of the strongest banishing herbs (also the stinkiest!) . Burned to drive away evil and destroy manifestations.  Used for exorcism and purification. Alfalfa - for success in money matters.  Used for money drawing and to insure against poverty.  A traditional "luck" herb. Not powerful enough to be used alone, this herb "plays well with others" helping to reinforce other luck and money herbs while adding a bit of protective insurance. Allspice - a catalyst.  Works on higher planes for good or evil.  Tends to affect the mind and thoughts of the person on whom it's used, for instance luck or success in the form of a brainstorm.  Frequently employed in luck, love and psychic areas; also good for money and general success. Althea - (marshmallow root) mild and gently commanding.  More of a "persuasion"  herb.  Burned in combination with other herbs, for example w/ roses and apple blossoms for a subtly forceful love incense.  Said to be a particular favorite of "nice" spirits. Ambergris - (the real stuff is illegal  and unethical to use!  However, a good quality synthetic seems to work well)   A strong sexual compellent.Used to lend power to other herbs. Bergamot- brings luck through intuition.  Bistort - for success in financial matters Balm of Gilead:  Highly protective power herb, especially in love matters.  Energizing and grounding at the same time. Barberry - used for hexing.  Brings bitterness, sourness.  Sprinkled around the premises to bring bad vibes and quarrels.  On the flip side, it is used with vetivert and Bay leaves to protect against bitterness - but that's risky.  Said to work for good grudgingly and delights in hexing. Bayberry -very powerful for hexing when combined with other hexing herbs.  Casts a gloomy depression.  Conversely it is also used for money and prosperity - especially collecting money that is owed.  Often used as an Attraction oil for men. Basil - for money and success.  Soak in water for 3 days, then sprinkle about a place of business. Also used for purification and protection and to remove obstacles in love and create harmony.  Dispels melancholy and attracts friends. Bay:  powerfully protective - even when used alone.  Also a power and commanding herb. Used for banishing. In some traditions, used for hexing. Combined with other herbs for love and money rituals.  Burned to induce visions.  The leaves are put under a pillow for inspiration and prophetic dreams.  Benzoin - added to other herbs to focus their energies and lend power.  Used for communication and improving the thought processes. 
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