Bloodroot is a strong botanical and can be used sparingly in infusions, tinctures, and topical applications. It is in limited supply and is an at-risk root (use consciously).
Bloodroot is a low-growing woodland herb that grows in the north-central United States and the prairie provinces in Canada. The red juice pressed from the fresh root is poisonous when taken internally.
Other common names include red puccoon and red root
Suggested magical uses for Organic Blood Root:
Burn on a charcoal as an incense.
Sprinkle around a room or property.
Add to a bath for spiritual cleansing.
Carry in a mojo bag along with other herbs and talismans.
Sprinkle on or around a spell candle.
Add to a spiritual oil.
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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