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The Wicca Garden - A Modern Witch's Book of Magickal and Enchanted Herbs and Plants - cover

The Wicca Garden - A Modern Witch's Book of Magickal and Enchanted Herbs and Plants

Gerina Dunwich

Publisher: Citadel Press

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THE WICCA GARDENA Modern Witch’s Book of Magickal and Enchanted Herbs and Plants  Witches were among the first to discover the healing power of plants. The use of potions, poultices, and charm bags filled with special roots, flowers, and magickal herbs has been associated with the healing power of Wicca practitioners from time immemorial. Now modern witches can grow their own fresh herbs and plan and cultivate their gardens in accordance with the Wiccan calendar and astrological charts. This complete study of herbs and their Wiccan significance, as well as a gardener’s guide to growing magickal herbs, includes chapters on Herbs of the Enchanted World; Sabbat Herbs; Mind-Altering Plants; Green Healing; Dangerous Plants; and a guide to herb gardening. A Wiccan Glossary of Herbalism Terms rounds out this comprehesive and essential resource for today’s home Wiccan library.

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