Betel Nut Dark Spells

A sacrament JSr stimulation during a long journey or for manual labor Betel Nut - A sacrament for stimulation during a long journey or for manual labor Family Palmaceae (Palm family). Botanical Name Areca catechu. Synonyms Areca nut, pinang, siri, supari (Hindu), and ping lang (Chinese). Geographical Location India, Malaysia, Polynesia, and the South Pacific Islands. Habitat Light soil with heavy rain. Botanical Description A slender climbing tree that grows up to 75 feet high, with a ringed...

Valium

Massage is one of the single most important therapies used in healing. The visualization of chi, or life force, being manipulated is a valid method for moving healing energies through the body. This life force is thought to originate in the spine with its movement going either down the legs and out through the toes, or up the back and along the arms and then out through the fingers. In all techniques of massage that use visualization of chi there are some very basic rules 1. Once you begin to...

Kola Nut In Witchcraft

Kola Nut - A sacrament to simulate sexual energies and combat fatigue Kola nut was an ingredient in Coca-Cola after cocaine became illegal. Today, even kola nut is not used in this great American drink. It is, however, still consumed as a drink in Jamaica and Brazil, its primary attribute being a sexual stimulant similar to cocaine. The powdered seeds are used extensively as a condiment by the natives of Africa, the West Indies, and Brazil. A small piece of seed is chewed before meals to...

Valerian Root

A sacrament for muscle relaxation and massage Valerian Root - A sacrament for muscle relaxation and massage Family Valerianaceae Valerian family . Botanical Name Valeriana Officinalis. Synonyms Valerian and vandal root. Geographical Location Northern Hemisphere America, England, and especially Europe. Habitat Warm temperate regions near stands of water. The sides of riverbanks and irrigated fields dry pastures sun. Botanical description A perennial about 2 to 4 feet high with a yellow-brown,...

Passionflower

Called a psychic sedative. Isomer harmaline has been tried in Parkinsonism. It is a very potent monoamine oxidase inhibitor. See Yohimbe, Note of Caution When smoked, a very mild, short-lasting marijuana-like high occurs. It acts as both a sedative and a tranquillizer. In larger quantities, it acts more like a hallucinogen. Usually smoked in combination with damiana, scullcap, and spearmint or peppermint for flavor . See recipe for Yuba Gold Alchemy has a number...

Scullcap

Scullcap - A sacrament for healing the nerves Botanical Name Scuttellaria laterifoli. Synonyms Mad dogweed, blue pimpernel, hoodwort. Geographical Location East coast of United States from Connecticut south to Florida and as far west as Texas. Also found in Europe. Habitat Indigenous herb, growing in damp places, meadows, ditches, and alongside ponds. Flowers in July and August. Botanical Description A perennial with a big porous, yellow rootstock that produces a branching stem growing from 1...

A stimulant sacrament used as a tonic for alleviating fatigue

Acorus Calamus Geographical Location

Calamus - A stimulant sacrament, used as a tonic for alleviating fatigue Family Araceae Arum family . Botanical Name Acorus calamus. Synonyms Sweet sedge, sweet flag, rat root, sweet myrtle, beewort, bachh Hindu , racha Vedic , and shih-ch'ang pu Chinese . Geographical Location Europe, Asia, and China. North America from Nova Scotia to Minnesota, south to Florida and Texas. Habitat Marshes, borders of streams and ponds. Commonly seen among cattails and other species of flag. Botanical...

Wild Lettuce

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Wild Lettuce - A sacrament for vivid dreams Family Compositae Sunflower family . Botanical Name Lactuca Virosa Synonyms Lettuce opium and lopium. Geographical Location Southern and central Europe and the United States. Habitat Loose, rich, well-drained fields. Should be planted in late fall. Needs moisture. Botanical Description This herb is a biennial with a leafy, round stem that grows from 2 to 7 feet high. The stem is erect and smooth, colored pale green, and sometimes spotted with purple....

Kava Kava

A sacrament for welcoming special guests and friends Kava Kava - A sacrament for welcoming special guests and friends Family Piperaceae Pepper family . Botanical Name Piper methysticum Forst. Synonyms Kowa, awa, yagona, kowa kowa, wati, ava, ava pepper, and intoxicating pepper. Geographical Location Polynesia, Sandwich Islands, and South Sea Islands. Habitat Grows best up to 1000 feet above sea level in cool, moist highlands or wet forests. It will grow densely to 20 feet where summer...