MANIFESTATION GLOSSARY

A concept of The Laws of Attraction, Manifestation is something that is put into your physical reality through thoughts, feelings, beliefs, spells, & affirmations alongside mindfulness & intention. Anyone & everyone can manifest thoughts into results as long as execution is delivered as well as believing. This glossary contains all the elements used in our products that have a metaphysical or spiritual gift attached to them.

Use this glossary as a refence or for entertainment. The purpose for this index is for knowledge & history of such botanicals as well as how to use such on a day to day basis or for metaphysical purposes. There is no wrong or right way to “manifest”, as long as you remain true to yourself. 

How To Manifest

To start, take a look at what you want to manifest, know exactly what you want. Then observe your feelings & thoughts. Once identified, rid of all unwanted energy that can drain or block your blessings including thoughts & people. Next, visualize what you want to bring to life, pouring all good vibes & concentration into your mind, this amplifies your signal to the universe. All that is left is action & gifts may slowly but surely come your way. 

Why intentional skincare? Because we believe that Positive (+) intention enhances the molecular structure of the ingredients within the products to increase their absorption & benefits. Aiming ro improve your overall mood, which ultimately effects how healthy your skin looks.

Aloe Vera


Indigenous to East & South Africa, with a tradition of hanging over the door, it’s believed that this holy symbol protects the house from any evil influences. In Arabia it signifies patience, referring to the waiting time frame between burial & resurrection day.




Amber Stone


Considered the “soul of the tiger” in Asian cultures with regards to the courage that the stone brings. This stone is also believed to balance emotions, attract good luck, eliminate fear, improve memory & dissolve (-) energy. Amber is also a powerful chakra cleanser & healer. It also is microbial & speeds cell regeneration. To cleanse this special stone, after every use, recharge in the sun at noon for several minutes.




Arnica


Native to the woods & mountains of Central Europe, this herb is thought to be most potent during the summer solstice, is spread throughout crop fields due to the power of the corn spirit, which ensure a good harvest. To drive away thunderstorms burn arnica & say “Set arnica alight, set arnica alight, thunderstorm take flight”; Arnica can be used in general protective rituals, & can be planted around an area to keep a spirit from entering or leaving. It will only work until the plant dies back in the fall.




Avocado


This popular fruit can also be used for kitchen spells. Leave a bowl of avocados out on the table to smooth out relationships. The nut of the avocado can even be used for mojo/spell bags to promote prosperity. Leave the nut out to dry for 2 weeks before using. If you notice your life has been overruled by fire (excessive fights, arguments, temper), to counteract, place avocado on altar to cool down “flare ups”. Once the avocado turns bad, burry it away from your house & never look back.




Basil


Often associated with element of fire & the planet Mars, drink this herb as a tea to calm nerves, settle upset stomach, & ease cramps. This plant, indigenous to India, known as Tulsi, can be used in sacred rituals to strengthen & aid love. Basil is also known to bring prosperity, used to sooth communication, & heal relationships with people.

During particular Indian rituals, basil is placed in the mouth of the dead to ensure they reach god, believing it opens the gates to heaven. Basil helps steady the mind, brings happiness, love, peace, and money and protects against insanity. In Haiti they soak basil in water for three days & then sprinkle the water over the threshold of your place of business to bring in customers & keep away thieves.




Borage (aka Starflower)


This bold magic herb derived from the word “carago”, translating to “I bring courage” was eaten for bravery by Roman soldiers before they went into battle. In Hoodoo, borage flowers in the house help bring about domestic tranquility.

The flowers sprinkled in the bath are good for courage & protection, and a cup of borage tea can help with feelings of vulnerability & disjointedness. Logically enough because of its connections to Jupiter & Leo, this herb is associated with the Hierophant in the tarot deck. Can also be used in peace water to scrub floors to restore harmony.




Broccoli


This highly favored veggie represents your need for spiritual nourishment & growth. In dreams it signifies the longing of greater knowledge & understanding.




Calendula


Associated with the sun & also known as Marigold, can bring about prophetic dreams when tucked under pillow, which aims to make dreams come true, bringing forth psychic abilities. Calendula symbolizes love & constancy and is the traditional “he loves me, he loves me not” flower & is useful for love potions. Wreaths of marigold hung over a door are said to keep evil & negativity from entering.




Chaparral


Due to its high content of resin, chaparral prevents other species from growing near it. Burn/ smudge to cleanse home & keep away intruders. Can also be added to healing works to add longevity.




Cocoa


This natural aphrodisiac, the Mayan’s believed that cocoa comes from a sacred mountain. This is a reminder to honor our sacred selves by nurturing our mind, body, & soul. Cocoa signifies a time to enjoy the sweetness of life, to bring balance to our daily responsibilities. Cacao Beans used to invite more optimism & happiness & increase concentration. Carry a Cacao Bean, a pinch of Borage & seven Allspice berries a red flannel bag for a mojo bag that will help to increase happiness and optimism. Drop Cacao Beans in a hot bath to wash away the blues.




Coffee Bean


Sprinkle coffee grounds on the altar to “speed up” your intentions & get things done faster. Periodically clear the grounds & sprinkle fresh ones. Repeat as often as necessary until things begin to move along. Place a sachet of strong coffee beans in your meditation space for heightened concentration & deeper focus.




Comfrey (allantoin):


Associated with Saturn & water, comfrey is popularly used to protect against theft. Place in your luggage for protection while traveling. This herb is also believed to keep your lover faithful while you are gone. Comfrey can be used in bath’s to relax & combined with mugwort to aid in divination & concentration & in spells associated with letting go of unhealthy relationships.




Cucumber


Carry a cucumber with you when trying to conceive to help balance your feminine energies with masculine energies. You can also use this in sympathetic magic. During ancient times, these were used to heal swelling, exhaustion, hangovers, scorpion bites, and some. Place this fruit on your altar during healing spells or eat when you are feeling ill. Pickles also work well for healing.




Daikon root


Rebalances the digestive system due to the fact that these particular organs support the “letting go” process of mind, body, & spirit. Carry radishes to protect yourself against curses & the Evil Eye. German tradition mentions carrying a certain type of wild radish to determine the location of sorcerers. Radishes increase lust when eaten & can even be used for fire magic.




Geranium


Resonates with Mother Earth & encompasses feminine energy, Goddess Culture, & regeneration. Geranium Essential Oil should always be used with great respect, it extends its warm hand of comfort to the ‘inner child’ & helps open one’s heart & heal the pain of memories. Also balances the aggressive& passive effects of life. It creates harmony and good humor between the sexes, & irons out irrationality & discontent.

A tea of Wild Geranium flowers is an effective counter to many love spells. A bit of the root can be carried as an amulet to attract happiness & prosperity. It can also be used in spells to encourage conception, successful pregnancy & safe childbirth, especially in sympathetic spells.




Ginseng


Ruled by Saturn & Uranus, legend has it that these plants mysteriously rise from the ground at night, glowing, & flitting around the forest floor. This magical root plant is highly regarded as a stimulant & general tonic that promotes sexual potency, lust, vitality, & long life. To attract love, fill a red or pink flannel bag with a lock of your own hair, a heart-shaped piece of sun-dried lemon peel, & a piece of dried Ginseng root. Consecrate & charge it, then wear it on a gold chain around your neck. Burning Ginseng root or powder as an incense is believed to ward off evil, break hexes or curses, & repel negative spirits.




Gotu Kola


Known as the “Herb of enlightenment”, it’s believed that a Chinese herbalist lived over 200 years from consuming such. Can ease mental fatigue, enhance cognitive functioning & longevity while decreasing stress & anxiety. Used by monks & meditators, this herb is considered our “third eye activator”, which assists with entering the “flow state”.




Grapefruit


First documented in 1750 in Barbados, the grapefruit was originally named the “forbidden fruit”, in reference to the “Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil” in the Garden of Eden. The fragrance of grapefruit essential oil is incredibly revitalizing and uplifting. It increases mental clarity, emotional openness, & concentration. Use this oil in the morning when you wake up to energize you at the start of your day, or whenever you feel in need of a spiritual boost. This oil is wonderful for increasing one’s & focus, promotes a feeling of love & self-acceptance.




Grapeseed


Grapes are symbolic of representing the “inner transformation”, undergoing various stages in life. If you are working with increasing prosperity in your life you may want to consider adding a few grapes (and eating them) during your spell crafting & visualize the energy of the grape helping to attract abundance “to you”. You can also place grapes on your altar for money spells. If you have a nice altar cloth you may stain it if you are using a dark colored grape.




Hemp


Many enchantresses of old burned hemp incense while scrying Magic because of its emotional clarity, meditation & protection properties. It helps with physic vision & amplification of magical works. Meditating with hemp incense is known to help with vision, helping when you are looking to get deeper in touch with spirit guidance. Hemp's second most used property is love, it is more often than not used in love spells to amplify it.




Hibiscus


Represents feminism, being delicate, & royal. This flower connects you to the spiritual world, lifts spirits by clearing way of the chakras within you, creating a sense of clarity, reconnecting with your authentic self. As humans, our minds can get clogged with judgments & stereotypes, hibiscus relieves from such. Can be an additive in love incenses.




Jasmine


The name comes from the Persian “Yasmin,” meaning fragrance. In the language of flowers, Jasmine symbolizes purity and grace. Jasmine tea is made by infusing green or white tea leaves with Jasmine & is excellent for divination. Jasmine has the special honor of being chosen for sensual & spiritual workings alike.

Its two main uses are love spells and divination. Put the blossoms inside a dream pillow to induce prophetic dreams. Add dried Jasmine to Lunar incenses, mojo bags and spell bottles. Crystals may be cleansed & charged by placing them in a bowl of Jasmine. Dab a little bit of Jasmine oil on your third eye before meditation or psychic readings.




Lady’s Mantle


“The little alchemist”, associated with water & Venus, increases the working power of any type of Magic. Because this herb is an aphrodisiac you can use it in any love potion. Collect the pollen from the flowers, you can dry & powder the leaves for Magical use.

One may think of Lady’s Mantle as having the ability to add a metaphysical exclamation mark to one’s Magic. Lady’s mantle is used in love spells, potions and amulets. Carry to attract love. Brew a tea to connect with the Goddess within, & the feminine within. Lady’s Mantle reminds us to treasure the small things in life.




Lavender


Associated with Virgo, connects you with the God of Awareness for meditation. This aphrodisiac ignites acceptance & fear as well as help facilitate altered states of consciousness. Lavender is the symbol of peace & joy. Induces sleep. In Spain & Portugal its used for strewing on floors of churches & houses when evil is depicted. Growing lavender in your garden brings good luck.




Lemon Peel


Lemons boast metaphysical associations with the moon & the Element of Water. So next time you whip up a batch of moon water, add in a squeeze of lemon juice. On the altar, lemons symbolize solar energy and the divine magic, making them a perfect addition to sun magic rituals & spells. Lemons, as well as their bright yellow color, represent joy, happiness & fulfillment. Include dried lemon zest in a spell bag to banish sorrow.




Licorice Root


Magically, this root is associated with Mercury. It has been used to ease the path of the dead & in binding and love spells. It contains the planetary metal for Jupiter & in fact creates a mildly satisfied feeling characteristic of Jupiter plants. In hoodoo, it is alleged to Grant the Bearer Control over a Person or Situation. Add licorice root to a conjure bag filled with so-called Love-Herbs, in order to Dominate in a Love Affair. It Can also be burned as an incense while doing a domination candle-spell.




Neem


Known as one of the top plants in ayurvedic practices. According to Hindu Mythology, the neem tree was born from drops of the Armita (Elixir of immortality). It was healing powers, purifies & cleanse atmosphere. Neem is a powerful protector that wards off evil spirits & disease bearing demons.




Orange peel


Oranges represent the sun, so it’s a perfect addition to love spells, sun magic, & spells for monetary success. For ritual cleansing, mix orange peel with vodka to spray over alter for energy cleansing.




Plantain leaf


Believed that: if you bind to red wool it’ll relieve headaches, place it in your shoes for long travels to watch over you during long travels. Due to Shamanic belief, this leaf creates invisibility.




Pine Bark


The pine tree represents rebirth & immortality & strength in adversity, overcoming hardships through optimism & inner strength. A pine branch hung over the door will invite joyful energy inside & a pine branch hung over a bed will ward against illness. Burn pine needles & pinecones to protect your hearth.




Prickly pear cactus


With a fragrance reminiscent to dampened earth, this plant brings safety, protection, binding, & concealment to keep things hidden. This cactus is used for spells involving strength & hardiness.




Pumpkin


Represents abundance, prosperity, descendants’ luck, & enchantment. In China, some believe this fruit draws energy to manifest gold.




Rose


In Ancient Egypt, roses were viewed as sacred flowers. Roses were found to have been buried in Egyptian tombs as an offering to the goddess Isis. Being the flower of love, roses have been used in magic love spells. It is believed that roses can promote love & stimulate one's sex drive.

Furthermore, it is said that roses have the magical property to help in developing psychic knowledge & increase intuition. Draw a bath, add rose petals, a few drops of rose essential oil, a cup of fresh milk, & light some red or pink candles for a simple glamour spell to cultivate attractiveness.




Rosehip


Belonging to Jupiter & used as a charm to attract health and wealth. Also signifies prosperity & fertility. Place this fruit beneath your pillow to protect against nightmares.




Rosemary


In Europe, recognized for its ability to dispel jealousy. Also used for remembrance, mental agility, purification, & loyalty. Rosemary was placed on the graves of European heroes. Place under pillow to improve overall sleep, concentration, & memory. Greek students used to wear it in their hair before tests. Rosemary can also be smudged for purification.




Sea Salt


Salt can be a witch’s best friend when performing magic & rituals. Because of its ability to absorb energy & hold onto it, salt is used to cleanse & purify and area of negative energy & create protection boundaries. The salt, & energy can then be returned to the earth when the ritual is complete.




Himalayan Pink Mineral Salt


Himalayan Crystal Mineral Salt has similar properties to Rose Quartz & is an excellent crystal for love especially self-love. It not only helps one to experience self-love, but also, to take action & do things that self-love implies, such as finding sense of purpose, to live a healthier lifestyle, learning to say ‘no’, or to take time for personal recreation & enjoyment.




Black salt


Black salt often appears in spells for spiritual protection of the home, body & mind. Metaphysically, black salt absorbs negative energy, spiritually poisonous vibes & general yuck. Use it for everything from soaking up a bad mood to driving away toxic people from your life. Sprinkle it around the perimeter of your house to guard the hearth & home. Add some to a car protection charm to give it a boost.




Sunflower


The flower that always seems to find the sun, its essence helps balance the root chakra & also helps in boosting confidence in leadership roles. Sunflowers bring an abundance of positive vibes to its environment. Bless a friendship by gifting sunflowers with rose quartz.




Turmeric


Affiliated with the sacral chakra, Turmeric has been long associated with the Goddess Kali. The Goddess of cycles, birth, death & rebirth. Turmeric is used pre-ceremony in Hindu wedding traditions. In this ceremony, the bride & the groom are adorned with turmeric paste & then bathed with milk. It is also associated with purity, fertility & promising beginnings in Indian Hindu culture. Turmeric is a wonderful addition to have in a latte, sweeten with a little honey or agave. Add powdered turmeric to a face mask or simply create a skin paste with a little milk & honey.




White Willow Bark


One of the few trees that can bend without snapping & naturally prefers to grow around water, represents how to adjust to life, surrendering to our innermost self, & trusting the process. This tree encourages deep emotions, teaching the value of consequence of love & loss. In Greek mythology, it’s believed to be effective for contacting spirits of the dead when combined with sandalwood & burned during a full moon.




Witch Hazel


The energy of witch hazel resonates with the planet Saturn. It can be burned or made into an herbal elixir to banish unwanted emotions and to remove hexes, dis-ease, & general negativity. It also considered protective.