Place dried seaweed under the busiest portion of the house to draw luck and prosperity to you.
To change your luck, add one tablespoon of nutmeg to six cups of boiling water.
Steep for three hours. Use for body anointing or add to a ritual bath.



To be used in the bath or as a dream pillow to soothe away the discomforts of pregnancy.
1/2 tablespoon lemon balm 1 teaspoon lemon verbena 3 tablespoons lavender
2 tablespoons rose petals 1 teaspoon mugwort 7 drops of pure jasmine oil
Mix together all of the ingredients in your cauldron or a wooden bowl.
Cut a three-inch square piece of light blue cloth (a natural fiber always works best).
Place some of the herbal mixture in the center and tie up the loose ends with some
matching yarn. While doing this, visualize the discomforts being soothed away.
When you’re ready, either toss it into a warm bath or hide it in the batting of your favorite
pillow (or, if you want it to stay your favorite pillow for very long, put it in your pillowcase)
and you’ve got a special dream pillow. Pleasant dreams!

Four Elements Consecration Charm

Four Elements Consecration Charm

Use this charm to consecrate your natural magick workspace.
Set up your altar and repeat the following charm three times:
Earth, air, fire, and water, now combine through time and space. By the elements four I consecrate my working place.
Bless all magick I perform, empower the spells that I cast,
Create peace, harmony and contentment that will surely last.
Close this charm with:

By all the powers of land and sea. As I will this, then so shall it be.

“Cottage Witchery”
Natural Magick for Hearth and Home
Ellen Dugan

Five Elements Charm

Five Elements Charm

If you prefer, try this Feng Shui-style elemental charm for consecrating and blessing your natural magickal workspace.
Repeat three times; the closing line is already worked into this charm.
“For some, there are five elements of magickal power,
Come metal, wood, fire, water and earth, in this hour.
Positive energy will flow, and darkness does now flee.
Bless this Witch’s home, with the power of positive chi.”
“Cottage Witchery”

Natural Magick for Hearth and Home
Ellen Dugan

All-Purpose Kitchen Magick Charm

All-Purpose Kitchen Magick Charm

Here is a quick all-purpose charm to go along with your “spicy” kitchen magick.
Enchanted kitchen, herbs of brown and green,
Spellcraft can be simpler than it seems.
Add these herbs for power and magick true.
Goddess bless my spells and all that I do.
Close the charm with:
For the good of all, with harm to none,
With spices and herbs, this spell be done!
“Cottage Witchery”

Natural Magick for Hearth and Home
Ellen Dugan

Houseplant Charm

Houseplant Charm

Hold your hand above the plant. Imagine a bright green and vibrant light swirling around it and then into the plant. Visualize the plant growing and blooming (if applicable). Repeat the charm three times:
The magick of nature is in everything,
Lavish growth and good health to this plant I now bring.
This green magick spell intends no harm or trouble,
It only brings pleasure and joy on the double.
Close the charm with:
For the good of all with harm to none,
By green leaf and stem, this spell is done!
“Cottage Witchery”

Natural Magick for Hearth and Home
Ellen Dugan



Another charm to banish sickness is make by placing a gold coin in a glass of red wine.
Put this beneath the stars and waning moon for three nights, and each night drink one
third of the wine to shrink your sickness until it’s gone. This originated in rural Welsh regions,
with some similar spells appearing in Scotland and England.



–Apache tear stone 7 Star Anise seeds
–7 inches of gold ribbon 4 inch square of yellow fabric
Place the stone in the center of the fabric. Add the seeds one at a time and say:
One for luck, Two for money,
Three for favor, Four to keep my days sunny,
Five for old, Six for new, Seven brings success in all that I do.
Gather the ends of the cloth and tie in a pouch with the gold ribbon.
Apache tear is a globule of translucent obsidian. It is carried as a good-luck charm.
It is also used for protective purposes as well as all the other stones referred to as obsidian.
There are many varieties of aniseed, the most common is the ash-colored kind from Spain.
If star anise seed is unavailable to you, regular anise seed will do.
The number seven is know as a lucky number.



2 parts Cinnamon 2 parts Sandalwood 1 part Rose petals
1 part Cayenne 1 part Ginger 1 part Rue
Mix and tie in a blue or purple cloth. Anoint with Eucalyptus oil and wear or place near bed at night.
Some herbs that are medicinally good for pain relief and magically good for healing that
you might add into the sachet would be Chamomile, White Willow bark, and Wood Betony.

A Charm To Drive Away Evil

A Charm To Drive Away Evil

Take an iron nail, red-rusted by time and rain, and forged by hand in the ancient form (if such can be found); on a dark night, moonless and cloudy, set down this nail upon a smallish flat stone, and with an iron hammer strike it thrice, at each stroke saying this:
Clavus ferreus
Malleus ferreus
Ferrum rufulum
Ferrum nobilis
Score the stone thrice across with the nail’s point, then take the stone away quickly and bury it in the Earth far from your house. The nail should afterwards be carried with you always, as a charm against evil influences and emanations.
Crone’s Book Of Charms & Spells
Valerie Worth
ISBN 1-56718-811-7

A Charm For Recalling The Faithless

A Charm For Recalling The Faithless

At midnight light a new black candle in a locked chamber. Take the white wing feather of a dove or pigeon and dip it in some pungent scented oil, rue, wintergreen, or the like. Then let its tip burn in the candle flame, and say these words:
Dip the feather again into the oil, then break it into small pieces and fold these up in a bit of silver paper. Bind this charm with black thread, and bury it in the ground near your doorstep. So shall it call the faithless one back, and when returned, drops of the same oil must be touched to the brow and the palms of that person, who then shall not leave again. Yet reveal not the reason for this anointment, lest its power be diminished.
The Crone’s Book Of Wisdom
Valerie Worth
ISBN 0-87542-892-4

A Charm To Work Revenge

A Charm To Work Revenge

Gather from the hawthorn tree, or from some great-thorned rose, three thorns of noble strength. Set them to steep in an oil of civet, and meanwhile take the heart from a fowl which has been readied for the cooking pot, and seethe it in white vinegar over the fire. When the heart is well-boiled, remove it, and put it into the oil with the thorns, to remain there until the last stroke of midnight, at which moment light three black candles, and soon plunge the three thorns into the heart, with each thrust saying one of these:
Wrap the pierced heart in a scrap of ragged cloth, and dig it a grave in some waste place where weeds flourish and rubbish lies strewn about. This charm so buried is most deadly, and shall bring ruin to its victim that it should not be undertaken without serious consideration of the consequences. The effect may be lessened, and a weaker form of revenge worked upon its object, if the heart, once pierced, be not interred but rather preserved in a small vial of the oil in which it was steeped. Some single misfortune then, and not such dire devastation, shall befall the one in whose name the charm is kept.
The Crone’s Book Of Wisdom
Valerie Worth
ISBN 0-87542-892-4

A Tree Blessing Charm for Happy Homes

A Tree Blessing Charm for Happy Homes

This charm will work for any tree that you plant on your property; just adjust the opening line accordingly. The best time to plant a tree is the waning moon phase. Once the tree is planted, enchant the tree for healthy growth and to encourage it to add its magick to your home—and don’t forget to keep it water.
The magnolia brings fortitude and fidelity,
Little tree, send happiness and harmony to me.
Grow strong, straight and true where you now stand,
Your magick spreads out across my land.