Organic Bayberry Root Chips are used to create abundance and improve financial states. Bayberry is a large evergreen shrub native to southern North America, Central America, and the Caribbean. Bayberry bark was traditionally used for its beneficial properties in indigenous healing practices and later in American folk herbalism. Bayberry root bark can be extracted, infused, and used in topical applications.
Bayberry trees grow near swamps and marshes, in sandy soil, or pine barrens. They are widely cultivated in the Eastern U.S. and the British Isles. Before becoming aware of its beneficial properties, American colonists used bayberry in candle making due to the wonderful fragrance of the leaves. The leaves release an intense, pleasant fragrance when rubbed.
The bayberry tree is said to impart good luck and prosperity to the house next to which it is planted. Many rituals involving good luck have revolved around the bayberry tree. For instance, it is thought that if you burn a bayberry candle on New Year’s Eve you will have good luck the following year, or if you carry a piece of the bark or berries around in a small satchel or a dry leaf in your wallet, it will attract money.
Other common names include candle berry, southern bayberry, and wax myrtle.
Suggested magical uses for Organic Bayberry Root Chips:
Put three Bayberry Root Chips, three Sassafras Root Chips and three Chamomile buds in red flannel mojo bag to draw money to you.
Sprinkle a circle of Bayberry Root Chips around a Green Beeswax candle to give your prosperity spell extra power.
Carry Bayberry Root Chips in your coin purse or wallet to increase financial flow.
Dress an Abundant Prosperity candle in Abundant Prosperity oil and sprinkle Bayberry Root Chips on top for extra power.
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.