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  • Tools for the Herbal Witch
    March 14, 2024 Megan Winkler

    Tools for the Herbal Witch

    The path of the herbal witch weaves the power of plants into your magickal practice. But just like any skilled herbalist, you need the right tools to cultivate and utilize the potent energy of the plant world.
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  • 12 Days of Witchmas
    December 1, 2023 Megan Winkler

    12 Days of Witchmas

    You know the song… “On the first day of Christmas, my true love gave to me…” but why can’t we give ourselves little magickal gifts for 12 days of Witchmas? Guess what? We totally can! So rather than lords and ladies – and all those dang birds, am I right? – how about 12 magickal practices to create an even more delightful Yule this year? Let’s do it!

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  • Mabon for the Busy Witch
    September 22, 2023 Megan Winkler

    Mabon for the Busy Witch

    Mabon falls on the Autumn Equinox, and for us witches, it’s an excellent day for practicing gratitude and balancing our energy. It’s also a great time to celebrate what we’ve accomplished this year. Even if you’re a busy witch, you can celebrate this beautiful sabbat and quickly honor your practice. We promise you have time to celebrate! Here are some ideas.

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  • Magickal Herbal Healing for Summer
    May 11, 2023 Megan Winkler

    Magickal Herbal Healing for Summer

    As temperatures rise and the bugs come out en masse, it’s time to turn our attention to some herbal remedies for summer. We’ve created a list of healing and magickal herbal ingredients below to help you combat bug bites, soothe sunburns, and chase the heat away, including some magickal correspondences!

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  • Old-World Names for Herbs
    August 12, 2022 Megan Winkler

    Old-World Names for Herbs

    “Eye of newt and toe of frog, Wool of bat and tongue of dog…” the witches of “Macbeth” chant. Luckily for the squeamish, these are names of plants and not the body parts of poor animals!
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