Modern potions: 5 herbs that you can use to practice self-love

Modern potions: 5 herbs that you can use to practice self-love

One of the best ways to practice self-care is through nature, and if you are a witch like me, herbs are an excellent way to do so. Here’s how to use 5 magickal herbs!

The good thing about herbs is that you don’t need much space to grow them. You can easily have some flowerpots with your most-used herbs in your windowsill, balcony or kitchen.

1. Green sage

Sage has strong cleansing and purifying properties.

Sage has strong cleansing and purifying properties that are great if you want to make incense or dried bundles.

2. Rosemary

Rosemary is a magickal herb.

Easily grown in all climates, it is an all-purpose herb that stimulates memory and offers emotional healing. It can be used in your meals and you can use it in simmering potpourris. It can also be hung from a doorway to protect your house.

3. Lemon Balm

Lemon balm is an herb that helps with emotional healing, it can be used as a tea, in anxiety tinctures or ritual baths.

4. Peppermint

It is an uplifting, energetic herb that is great for physical healing.

It is an uplifting, energetic herb that is great for physical healing. You can have peppermint teas, place some leaves in your bath, add it to your candles or in your meals.

5. Chamomile

Chamomile is easily grown.

Chamomile is another plant you can keep in your garden or window. It is great for friendship, luck, money and healing. You can also use it when you need to be relaxed or to soothe your nerves.

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Annie Nowak

Annie’s love for the stars started at high school and she spent most of her teens reading everything she could find about the mysteries they hide. She is now an experienced Astrologer and Astro Consultant working with numerous publications worldwide. + info

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