Organic Wormwood is a herb used in spells for safety in travel, opening up communication with the spirit world, increasing psychic abilities, and protection from negative magic. Read on for more wormwood magical properties! Wormwood has been used magically since the stone age. It’s part of the same family as mugwort. Many people know wormwood for being a key ingredient in absinthe.
Wormwood Magical Properties and Uses
There are many ways you can start working with wormwood magically. Below are a few simple suggestions that you can do on their own or alongside other magical work:
- 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.
These suggestions are just the start! This is an extremely versatile and powerful herb that can bring in astonishing results. Even just a sprinkle of wormwood added to your next spell or magical working can get you in touch with the spirit realm. Get ready to take your access to the world of spirits to the next level once you start working with this powerful plant.
More Information on Wormwood for Magic
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. You can also find a list of magical herbs in The Book of Candle Magic or a list of magical plants in Baba Yaga’s Book of Witchcraft.
Magical Properties of Herbs Explained
Have you ever wondered why wormwood and other herbs are used in magic? Check out this video from Madame Pamita’s Youtube channel which explain’s why herbs are used in magic: