Thyme Magical Properties and Uses — Magical Herbs

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The Magic of Thyme

Thyme is powerful in healing spells, and you can burn or wear thyme to attract good health. Thyme can also be placed underneath your pillow to encourage restful sleep and keep nightmares at bay. Wear thyme to increase psychic abilities, and it can also be worn by women to make them alluring.

To see fairies, you can wear thyme, and plant thyme in your garden to encourage fairies to dwell there. You can also burn thyme to purify your ritual space, and the Greeks burned thyme to purify their temples. In the spring, you can ritually cleanse past sorrows and regrets by taking a bath with thyme and marjoram.

Be sure to enjoy thyme’s aroma as it can give you courage and energize you, and warriors of the past bathed in thyme to give them bravery. Use thyme in spell work when facing an intimidating goal and also to help you maintain positive energy. Thyme can be used in household cleaners to disinfect, and keeping thyme in your clothes draw will keep moths away.

Thyme is often used as a smudging herb, and the word “thyme” translates in Greek to mean “fumigate.” Smudging your home with thyme can help dispel negative emotions and the sadness that comes after losing a loved one. It has amazing antiseptic properties, and the Sumerians used it to this end. Egyptians would embalm their dead using thyme, and the Europeans would place it in coffins to help the dead pass on to the next world.

Thyme can be used to increase wealth and good fortune, and as thyme grows in your garden, so should your wealth.  It is used in games of chance to increase luck.

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