It isn’t likely that very many of us in North America will ever get to wild forage for cinnamon. However, it is a worthy addition to your home apothecary and magickal shelf.
Ginger is a flowering plant whose rhizome (root) is widely used as a folk remedy and flavoring agent. It has a long history as a culinary, magickical, and medicinal powerhouse.
Welcome to Digging Deeper! In this latest installment we're going to explore the medicinal and magickal properties of Eucalyptus. Even though many of us will never have the opportunity to grow this wonderful medicine for ourselves, it still holds an important role in our home apothecaries and herbal collections. Keep reading to unlock all of its secrets.
Catnip is a sun-loving member of the mint family. Famous for stirring up your cat and settling down your demons, catnip is full of medicinal and magickal properties.
Lemon Balm, like so many other famous healers, comes from the mint family. It has a citrus-y scent and flavor that lends it just as easily to culinary applications as it does to medicinal and magickal ones.
There are as many varieties of basil as there are ways to use. Come explore all the surprising culinary, medicinal, and magickal properties of basil with me.
From attracting fairies to warding off illness and nightmares, Thyme has been a friendly plant ally for thousands of years. Dig deeper to unlock its secrets for yourself.
Your first defense for simple illnesses should come at home, usually from the kitchen. Today I'm going to teach you how to make a poultice for coughs and chest congestion.
Perfect for all of your kitchen witchery! Magickal, medicinal, and culinary properties abound with rosemary, and this beautiful herb is one that should have a standing spot in both your magickal workings and your kitchen.
For centuries, Sage, common garden sage, has been cultivated with intention. It’s very name means “salvation” or "to heal." Any herb or plant which is given the name “officinalis” is recognized as having significant medicinal benefits. It means “used in medicine”. The Greeks, the Romans, and the Egyptians all understood the importance of this healing, culinary, and magickal member of the mint family.