American Mandrake Root, also called May Apple, is used for love or to create a money drawing talisman.
The roots are considered poisonous and contain podophyllotoxin which is highly toxic if consumed, but can be used as a topical medicine.
Suggested magical uses for Cut and Sifted, Wildcrafted American Mandrake Root:
Add some cut and sifted American Mandrake Root to a flannel doll baby for a love spell.
Wrap a dollar bill around some pieces of American Mandrake and wrap with green thread. Carry it in your pocket or purse as a money drawing talisman.
Sprinkle cut and sifted American Mandrake root on a red beeswax candle for love drawing.
Dress a green seven knob candle with Prosperity oil and sprinkle cut and sifted American Mandrake root on it to increase your abundance.
American Mandrake Root is poisonous and should never be ingested.
For in-depth information on how to use this and other herbs and roots magically, I recommend Hoodoo Herb and Root Magic and Cunningham’s Encyclopedia of Magical Herbs, both of which can be found in our Books section.
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