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Free Infusion Magic Formulas - Using Herbs, Plants And Fruits


Please make sure these herbs aren't posionous by referring to Herbal Correspondences. Although some herbs are listed as dangerous, please make 100% sure.

Basically infusions, brews and washes are just tea. Herbs steeped in hot water to release their volatile oils and essences into the water so the resulting liquid may be used to transfer their energies to an object, place or person. Infusions may be used in a number of ways; to sprinkle around a space or onto an object or person, to bathe an object or person, or to drink as tea. They are generally brewed when they will be used as they do not keep well. The herbs may be mixed in advance and placed in small cheesecloth bundles, ready to use like a tea bag. If you use a particular infusion often you may want to make up these tea bags and have them on hand. Mixing the herbs should be done with ritual, visualization and the appropriate time correspondences as with any magical herb preparation. The prepared tea bags should be stored in an airtight jar, in a dry, cool place. The following table lists some herbs traditionally used in infusions for various magical intents.
Herbs Traditionally Used in Infusions
Herb

Use

Bistort
Infusion is sprinkled to drive out poltergeists.

Boneset
Infusion is sprinkled to drive out evil.

Buchu
Tea is brewed and drunk to develop psychic powers.

Cascara
Infusion is sprinkled at home before going to court to win favor with the judge/jury.

Chamomile
Infusion is added to bath to attract love.

Cinquefoil
Wash the head and hands with the infusion 9 times to rid yourself of hexes.

Clover, Red
Infusion is sprinkled to drive away evil and negativity.

Cohosh, Black
Infusion is added to the bath to cure impotency.

Damiana
Infusion is drunk to increase sexual stimulation.

Dill
Infusion is added to the bath to attract love.

Fumitory
Infusion is sprinkled around the house to attract money.

Gentian
Infusion is added to the bath to attract love.

Ginseng
Tea is drunk to induce lust.

Hibiscus
An infusion of the flowers is drunk to induce lust.

Hyssop
Infusion is sprinkled or added to the bath for purification.

Kava Kava
A tea is drunk to enhance psychic powers.

Lemon
Infusion is used to induce lust.

 

 

Lemon Verbena
Infusion is sprinkled or added to the bath for purification.

Lovage
Infusion is added to the bath to attract love.

Marigolds
Infusion is added to the bath to attract respect and admiration.

Mimosa
Infusion is added to the bath to break hexes.

Mugwort
Infusion is used to wash divinatory tools to increase their effectiveness.

Orange
Infusion is added to the bath to be more attractive.

Parsley
Infusion is added to the bath for purification.

Pineapple
Infusion is added to the bath to attract luck.

Poke
Infusion is sprinkled or added to the bath to break hexes.

Rattlesnake Root
Infusion is added to the bath for protection.

Rose
Rosebud tea drunk before bed induces prophetic dreams.

Rosemary
Infusion is added to the bath for purification.

Rue
Infusion is added to the bath for breaking hexes and exorcism.

Saffron
Infusion is drunk to improve psychic powers.

Sagebrush
Infusion is added to the bath for purification.

Shallots
Infusion is added to the bath for luck.

Solomons Seal
Infusion of the roots is sprinkled to drive away evil.

Tormentil
Infusion is drunk to improve psychic powers, and give protection.

Vervain
Infusion is sprinkled to exorcise evil spirits and negativity.

Wintergreen
Infusion is sprinkled for purification.

Yarrow
Infusion of the flowers is drunk to improve psychic powers.

Yerba Mate
Infusion is drunk as a lust inducing potion.

Yerba Santa
Infusion is added to the bath to be more beautiful.

Yohimbe
Infusion is drunk as a lust inducing potion.

 

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