Free Magic Spells for Healing
PAIN RELEIVER SALVE
Mix together 1 oz of chickweed (reduces inflammation and aids in healing), 1 oz of
wormwood (a great pain reliever), and 1 ounce of yarrow (an anti-bacterial agent that
also helps relieve pain). The yarrow plant contains achillein and achilleic acid.
These substances reduce the clotting time of blood, so they help stop any bleeding.
Yarrow also has pain-killing and anti-inflammatory properties that are similar to aspirin.
Add the mixture of herbs to 2 pints of olive oil and simmer 3 hours.
Strain and add 3 ounces of beeswax and 1 teaspoon of tincture of benzoin.
Test for consistency before pouring into wide mouth containers.
BALM OF GILEAD SALVE
Place 1 ounce of the buds in 1 pint of hot olive oil and allow to simmer, covered, 3 hours.
Strain and add 1-1/2 oz of beeswax and 1/2 tsp. tincture of benzoin to the strained mixture.
Test for consistency and place in sterile jar.
This is a good salve to use on burns, scratches, swelling injuries. Also good for any skin eruptions.
The signature of balm of Gilead is the resin exudation covering the buds.
It contains salicin, which is also found in aspirin.
It has some of the same pain-killing and anti-inflammatory properties as aspirin.
Alterative - Producing a healthful change without perception
Anodyne - Relieves pain
Anthelmintic - A medicine that expels worms
Aperient - Gently laxative without purging
Aromatic - A stimulant, spicy
Astringent - Causes contraction and arrests discharges
Antibilious - Acts on the bile, relieving bilousness
Antiemetic - Stops vomiting
Antileptic - Relieves siesures
Antiperiodic - Arrests morbid periodic movements
Anthilic - Prevents formation of stones in urinary organs
Antirheumatic - Relieves rheumatism
Antiscorbutic - Cures or prevents scurvy
Antiseptic - aims at stopping putrification
Antispasmodic - Relieves or prevents spasms
Antisyphilitic - Having affect or curing STD
Carminative - Expels gas in the bowels
Carthatic - Evacuating from the bowels
Cephalic - Remedies used in diseases of the head
Cholagogue - Increases flow of bile
Condiment - Improves flavor of food
Demulcent - Soothing, relieves inflammation
Deobstruent - Removes obstruction
Depurative - Purifies the blood
Detergent - Cleansing to boils, ulcers, wounds etc
Diaphoretic - Produces perspiration
Discutient - Dissolves and heals tumors
Diuretic - Increases flow of urine
Emetic - Produces vomiting
Emmenagogue - Promotes menstruation
Emollient - Softens and soothes inflamation
Esculent - Eatable as food
Expectorant - Facilitates espectoration
Febrifuge - Abates and reduces fever
Hepatic - For diseases of the liver
Herpatic - Remedy for skin diseases of all types
Laxative - Promotes bowel action
Lithontryptic - Dissolves calculi in urinary organs
Maturating - Ripens or brings boils to a head
Mucilaginous - Soothing to all inflammations
Nauseant - Produces vomiting
Nervine - Acts specifically on nervous system, stops nervous excitment
Opthalmicum - For eye diseases
Parturient - Induces and promotes labor at childbirth
Pectoral - For chest infections
Refrigerant - Cooling
Resolvent - Dissolves boils and tumors
Rubifacient - Increases circulation and produces red skin
Sedative - Nerve tonic, promotes sleep
Sialogogue - Increases secretion of saliva
Stomachic - Strengthen stomach, relieves indigestion
Styptic - Stops bleeding
Sudorfic - Produces profuse perspiration
Tonic - Remedy which is invigorating and strengthing
Vermifuge - Expels worms from the system
Studies show that this herb has antibiotic action.
how to: For tea, 1/2 to 1 teaspoon powdered root per cup, steeped 10 minutes. Up to 2 cups per day.
The "hip" is the part that remains when the petals fall off the flower. Rose hips contain vitamin C.
how to: For tea, 2 to 3 teaspoons
per cup, steeped 10 minutes. Drink as needed.
This popular beverage herb can calm jangled nerves, relieve stomach distress, prevent ulcers,
speed their healing, and help fight infection.
how to: For tea, 2 to 3 heaping teaspoons per cup, steeped 10 to 20 minutes. Up to 3 cups per day.
When chewed or chopped, garlic is a potent natural antibiotic; it also has anti-viral properties.
It reduces cholesterol and helps prevent the formation of internal blood clots that trigger heart
attacks. how to: In food, season to taste. For tea, steep 6 cloves in a cup of cool water for 6 hours.
SLIPPERY ELM BARK
Historically used to soothe sore throats, coughs, and upset stomachs, this beneficial bark is still
available in bulk and in herbal cough drops and throat lozenges.
how to: For tea, 1 to 3 teaspoons of powdered bark per cup, boiled and simmered 15 minutes.
Up to 3 cups per day.
Ginseng stimulates the immune system, helps protect the liver from toxics, and increases
stamina. In one animal experiment, it also increased sexual activity.
how to: Follow package directions for teas, capsules, tablets, and tinctures.
Despised as a weed, dandelion can help relieve premenstrual bloating.
Preliminary studies suggest possible anti-inflammatory effects.
how to: For tea, 1/2 ounce dried leaf per cup, steeped 10 minutes. Up to 3 cups per day.
Several studies confirm feverfew's value in preventing migraines.
how to: Chew two leaves a day, or take a pill or capsule containing 85milligrams of leaf
material (feverfew is quite bitter). For tea, 1/2 to 1 teaspoon per cup, steeped 5 to 10 minutes.
Up to 2 cups per day.
This premier pregnancy herb is widely used to treat morning sickness and uterine irritability,
and to help prevent threatened miscarriage. how to: For tea, 1 to 2 teaspoons per cup,
steeped 10 minutes. Up to 3 cups per day.
For indigestion, try a cup of mint tea after eating.
how to: For tea, 1 teaspoon fresh or 2 teaspoons dried per cup, steeped 10 minutes.
Reheat if desired. Up to 3 cups per day. For a relaxing bath, fill a cloth bag with a few handfuls
of dried or fresh leaves, and run water over it.
This plant contains allantoin, which promotes the growth of new cells and gives it value as
a wound treatment. how to: Place a bruised leaf on clean cuts or scrapes. Cover with a bandage.
Warning: Do not use internally.
This herb is a powerful laxative. Senna tastes terrible, so most herbalists recommend a
tincture or a commercial product. To avoid abdominal distress, do not take more than the
package directions specify.
Research has shown that this bitter herb has diuretic and urinary antiseptic effects.
Use it in addition to mainstream medical treatment.
how to: One teaspoon per cup, boiled 10 minutes. Up to 3 cups per day.
Ginger prevents motion sickness and may help prevent the internal blood clots that trigger
heart attacks. how to: For motion sickness, take 2 to 3 capsules of 500 milligrams 30 minutes
before departure. For tea, 2 teaspoons powdered or grated root per cup, steeped 10 minutes.
Up to 3 cups per day.
Commonly used to treat colds and asthma, Chinese ephedra (Ma Huang) can also raise blood
pressure and cause insomnia and other problems. warning: Prior to using Chinese ephedra, seek
advice from a health care practitioner, especially if you arepregnant or nursing.
It should not be given to children under 13.
Licorice can soothe sore throats and treat ulcers.
how to: For sore throat, add a pinch of root to tea. For ulcers, 1/2 teaspoon of powder per cup,
boiled 10 minutes. Up to 2 cups per day. warning: Large doses can be dangerous.
This is a ritual for healing any problem. This is usually best performed on a waning moon,
when it is almost new moon. You cannot perform this ritual on someone else without them
being present. You can, however, guide the person who needs healing to do this ritual on
their own. It is only effective if the person with the ailment performs it, so it is ideal to heal yourself.
Your primary ritual tool will be an element. Choose one from the list that is most appropriate
for whatever area of the body you will be healing:
Abdomen: Fire Arms: Earth Blood: Air Bones: Earth Chest: Air
Ears: Water Eyes: Water Feet: Earth Genitalia: Fire Hands: Earth
Heart: Fire Legs: Earth Lungs: Air Mind: Fire Nose: Air Skin: Earth
Stomach: Water Teeth: Earth Throat: Air Uterus: Water
You should prepare for the ritual with a ritual bath. Once you are ready, you can go to your
magickal place and get ready. Your working area should be equipped with whatever is needed
to invite the element of choice into the magic. You can use any method you want to have
the element present, but if you need ideas, here is some help:
Earth: Stones, crystals, a dish of earth, or salt.
Fire: Candles or a small bonfire (be careful and keep a bucket of water handy for emergencies!).
Water: A dish of water will suffice, but if you can perform the ritual near a body of water like
a river or lake that would be ideal. You only need to have the element pertinent to your ritual at hand.
However, if you want to invite all the elements, that is fine too. Just keep the focus on the one vital healing
element. You should dress is all white if at all possible.
Cast your circle around your entire prepared ritual area.
Sit in the center with your element before you. Inhale and exhale deeply and slowly
to reach a meditative state. With your eyes closed, envision a pure white light surrounding you.
Now that you have entered your magical state, take the element into your hands
(if it is water, hold it in a container; if it is fire, hold the candle; if it is air, hold the incense stick, etc.).
Feel the energy of the element flowing through you. Hold the element over the general area
that needs healing and envision the energy flowing into that area. See it being healed.
Continue to allow the elemental energy to flow into the area until a feeling of peace comes over you.
It is done! Close the circle and return the element to nature.
(Note: Do not blow a candle out! Pinch it or extinguish it with a bit of water.)
Have an after-ritual meal of cakes and wine (or bread and juice).
This ritual will begin doings its work immediately, but it will not cure anything instantly.
Allow it a good amount of time, a week for a minor ailment, a month for a major illness.
If you are using any medications or supplements for your illness, it helps to have those
present during the ritual. They will be charged with magickal energy so that when you take them
they will be doing twice the good!
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