Arnica

Regular price £4.99
Arnica dried flower herb for witchcraft or Wicca spells, rituals or incense. Sun ritual, Freya, Ra, Apollo, harvest, Lammas Lughnasadh altar apothecary herb.

Common name - Mountain Tobacco, Sneezewort, Leopard's Bane (shared with unrelated genus of aconitum)
Planet - Sun
Element - Fire
Associated deities - Freya, Ra, Apollo, spirit of the Corn Wolf
Magical use - Protection from negative energy, Psychic ability, Successful harvest, Crop protection, Midsummer rituals

Our herbs, resins and roots can be used in various energy work, rituals and spell work including

Burning using a charcoal disc and appropriate container
As an offering or gift
Placed into a dream pillow
Carried in a spell bag or Juju bag, or placed around the home or in a vehicle
Sprinkled around the garden (away from pets)
Used in the creation of a poppet or Voodoo/ Hoodoo doll
Inserted into a purse, wallet or handbag
Carried loose in a pocket
Added to incense for extra power

We recommend

Use Arnica for protection of crops and flowers, sprinkle around flower beds, vegetable patches and allotments to form a circle of protection.

Carried upon the person it can protect against negative energies.

Added to or burned as incense, Arnica brings forth psychic powers. It is a male energy therefore we recommend using for psychic projection rather than receiving of information.

Power tip - To keep unwanted visitors away, hang a ritual or Juju bag filled with Arnica above the doorways to the home!

4 tablespoons in a paper packet, 7cm x 12cm. This particular herb weight per 4 tablespoons is 5g. Please note some herbs are very lightweight, especially the flowers. The quantity you receive is pictured.

Discount of £5 on our sets of 6 herbs here

***Our herbs, resins and incenses are sold for ritual and magical use and home fragrancing. Do not ingest. When working with herbs and resins, be mindful that some are toxic, ingesting can be harmful or fatal and topical application can also be harmful. We recommend you consult a qualified Herbalist or Medical practitioner in person before this type of use - this includes herbal teas, even those readily available in stores. Always keep herbs and resins away from children and pets and wash your hands after use. Be aware that some herbs can interfere with medications and some can be harmful to unborn babies. Breastfeeding mothers should be aware of adverse consequences if ingested. Different people react differently, there can be other varying factors such as allergies, medical conditions and supplements and medications. Therefore, we cannot say if something is safe for you to ingest or use topically online even if it is generally known to be safe. Although our company is run by a fully qualified Holistic Herbalist, we do not give any health advice online for these reasons.***

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