Posts Tagged With: Olive oil

Ostara Frittata

What you will need:

“1/2 cup chopped green onions

1 cup sliced mushrooms

3 tablespoons olive oil

2 tablespoons soft butter

1/2 pound ham

3 cups cooked and diced potatoes

1 cup grated cheddar cheese

8 eggs beaten

Salt and pepper to taste

(I also add granulated or fresh mined garlic to mine)

Saute onion and mushrooms in olive oil until tender. Place in a 10 x 10 (inch) glass baking dish with butter. Add ham, potatoes, and grated cheese. Pour beaten eggs over and mix well. Place uncovered in a 350 (degrees F) oven for 25 to 30 minutes until eggs have set. Serve with toast and fruit. Serves 6

Copyright 2001 ShadowCat Lleweylln’s Witches Datebook Page 57

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Dandelion Muffins

Unfortunately that time of year when we have Dandelion growing every where is upon us soon. I pick them,stem and all from my yard as soon as I see the first bloom on them. I then use either bacon grease or warm olive oil to wilt some of then smaller tender leaves to be used in a salad, I chop and dry the larger leaves and roots to store separately for medicinal purpose which should be looked up online or even better find an herbalist to help you. DO NOT use herbs medicinally without consulting your doctor in case of interaction with other medication and/or allergies.

What you will need:

“2 cups flour

1 tablespoon baking powder

1/2 teaspoon of salt

2 tablespoon sugar

1 egg, well beaten

1 cup of milk

3 tablespoons oil

1/2 cup dandelion petals

1 teaspoon nutmeg

2 tablespoons sugar

Combine the  flour, baking powder, salt and 3 tablespoons of sugar and  mix well. In a separate bowl combine eggs, milk and oil. Add to dry ingredients and stir gently. USing your fingers, break apart dandelion petals until fine and mix with nutmeg and 2 tablespoon sugar. Stir into batter. Finish stirring batter until the dry ingredients are moist but still lumpy. Spoon batter into greased muffin pans, filling pans only 2/3 full. BAke at 425 degrees F for 20 to 28 minutes, depending on size of muffins. Makes about 18 medium muffins. These are great for the cake and wine part of a ritual, or any other special occasion.”

Copyright 2001 Kirin Lee Lleweylln’s Witches Datebook 2001 Page 91

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Incense of the Day for November 25th – Amun-Ra Incense

Incense of the Day

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AMUN-RA INCENSE

4 oz. Frankincense
3 oz. Cinnamon
1 oz. Mastic
2 drops olive oil
3 drops oil of rose
3 drops tincture of myrrh

Blend the three resins, and powdered them very finely. Blend the oils and add them to the resins. This should be kept in an airtight jar in the dark for three months before use.

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Herb of the Day for November 15th – Bay

Herb of the Day

Bay

Bay Laurel,  Noble Laurel, Roman Laurel, Sweet Bay    


The leaves, berries and oil have excitant and narcotic properties. Bay is  well known for it’s ability to relieve the aches and pains associated with rheumatism, and for sprains, bruises, and skin rashes.  Distill an oil from the leaves and rub on the affected areas, or make an ointment to rub into affected areas. Heat leaves in a little olive oil to make a bay oil salve for arthritis and aches.  
Used externally as a poultice on the chest for bronchitis and coughs. The Berries have are considered useful in the for suppressed menstruation and womb problems, as well as being taken during childbirth when the delivery is imminent to help expel afterbirth. Lesser doses are diaphoretic while large doses are emetic.

Magickal Uses: The leaves are burned to enhance psychic powers and to produce visions. Place beneath the pillow for prophetic dreams and inhale for visions. Worn in an amulet, it will provide protection from evil and negativity. The leaves are used as decorations during the Yule season, and placed in your window it will protect against lightning striking your house. Write a wish on a bay leaf and then burn it if you want the wish to come true. Sprinkling the crushed leaves in your cupboards will keep out cockroaches and other insect pests. To ensure lasting love, a couple should break a twig off the tree, then break the twig in two and each keep a half. If worn during competition, it gives strength to those in wrestling and athletic sport.

Properties: Astringent, bitter, carminative, diuretic, emetic, emmenogogue, narcotic, nervine, aromatic, stimulant, digestive aid, locally antiseptic, antiparasitic, expectorant. Contains parthenolides. The plant also contains tannic acid and bitters.         

Growth: A slow growing, pyramidal, perennial evergreen tree native to the Mediterranean region and Asia Minorwhich can reach a height of 40 to 60 feet. The bark is smooth and olive green to a reddish hue. The evergreen leaves are smooth, shiny, dark, aromatic, and alternate with short stalks and lanceolate 3 to 4 inches long, the margin being smooth and wavy. The flowers are inconspicuous, small, creamy yellow, having no petals, unisexual, composed of 4-lobed calyxes which are greenish-yellow in small umbels from the leaf axils. One-seeded fruit is purple to black, but when dried the berries (1/2″ diameter) are black and aromatic.
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Author: Crick
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Daily Feng Shui News for Oct. 29th – ‘World Psoriasis Day’

As I am a psoriasis sufferer myself, on ‘World Psoriasis Day’ I would like to share some all-natural remedies that have worked for me. And even though to date there is no known cure for this disease, there are certainly treatments that can ease the symptoms. Fish oil, vitamin D and milk thistle are all supplements that can quell and sometimes even stem this skin disease. Using a humidifier in the home can keep the air moist and prevent dry skin before it starts. My personal favorite, chocolate, has been said to be a ‘functional food’ that can help when used alongside these other treatments. Applying castor, coconut or even olive oil to the scales and patches can lock nutrients in, and using olive oil as moisturizer can even infiltrate scales. These are just a few ways to keep the itching and flaking of psoriasis to a minimum.

By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com

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WOTC Extra – What Are Carrier Oils Exactly?


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What Are Carrier Oils Exactly?

Carrier oil is the base oil which you start with.  Carrier oils are as follows: almond, olive, safflower, and sunflower.  You can use any carrier oil you prefer.  Olive oil is perhaps the cheapest one on the list, depending on the type and brand.  It is also probably the least attractive smelling to many people.

When selecting carrier oil, keep in mind the purpose to which you will use your magical oil blend.  If you are creating a blend to anoint candles or other objects, olive oil is probable fine and is cost efficient.  If you are creating an oil rub for your body, you might want to select almond oil, something many people like on their skin.

Gianne’s Grimoire of Personal Power
Lady Gianne
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Magickal Activity to Honor the Pilgrimage to Saut d’ Eau Waterfall – A Charm Lamp

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Charm Lamp

 

Items needed: Yellow paint; olive oil; a magnet; cane syrup; honey; jasmine flowers; a floating wick; a bowl made from one-half of a coconut shell, cleaned and sanded smooth.

Turn the coconut bowl over and paint the Ve-Ve (heart sigil; pictured) around the bottom of the bowl. Allow to dry. When the paint is dry, fill the bowl with %3 each of the liquid ingredients, beginning with the cane syrup, then the honey, and then the olive oil. Make your wish and drop the magnet into the bowl. Thread the loose wick through its metal holder, and float it on top of the oil along with the jasmine flowers. Speak your desire over the bowl, and light the wick. When the wick has completely burned out, take the still-filled bowl to the nearest lake or river along with seven pennies. Make your wish one more time, toss the bowl and pennies into the water, then turn and walk away. Do not look back.

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Magickal Goody of the Day for June 27th – Making Your Own Holy Oil

Magickal Goody of the Day

Make Your Own Holy Oil

 

Holy Oil, huh? Yeah, that’s right! As we travel along our Paths, we never know what we are going to encounter. So it doesn’t hurt to know all we can, such as how to make Holy Oil.

Holy Oil

Each person can make holy oil to their own specification. There is no “law” that says that you have to make holy oil a certain way. Use whatever oil makes you feel the most powerful. For instance, if your friend likes Patchouli and you hate it, do you really think it will make you feel powerful if you use it just because her spell book says that you should?

Of course not, so use your power oil. For me, my two scents are rose or Nag Champa. Mix up only enough holy oil for your spell usage. You don’t want to leave it to go bad.

Here is my own personal recipe:

2 Drops of your favorite oil

1 Drop Olive Oil

1 Pinch Fresh Herbs or flowers

Shake well before each use and use to dress candles, as a body or bath oil (just make sure that if you use for body or bath that you buy essential, not synthetic oil as it can and might be irritating to skin!) or for whatever purpose you deem fit.

 

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THE PRIMITIVE WITCH’S HANDBOOK THE ESSENTIAL GUIDE FOR THE PRIMITIVE/COUNTRY WITCH IN A MODERN WORLD

Andrea Dean Van Scoyoc

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