The Paschal Bloom: Lilac Magical Properties and Uses — Magical Herbs

Lilac’s compelling scent can will away dark energies, attract romance, and stimulate the mind to new epiphanies — Lilac Magical Properties and Uses

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All Hallow’s Gourd: Pumpkin Magical Properties and Uses — Magical Herbs

Pumpkin’s capture the enchantment of the fall season, and are connected to the spirit world, mystery and magic. — Pumpkin Magical Properties and Uses

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The Love Bean: Vanilla Magical Properties and Uses — Magical Herbs

Vanilla inspires us to love. The scent is irresistible, attracting and few can resist vanilla’s tantalizing aroma. — Vanilla Magical Properties and Uses

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The Cat’s Meow: Catnip Magical Properties and Uses — Magical Herbs

Catnip’s scent is intoxicating for cats, and it exudes a relaxing energy for humans. Catnip also attracts love. — Catnip Magical Properties and Uses

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The Crystal Bridge: Kyanite Stone Meaning and Uses — Crystal Meanings

Kyanite is a proverbial crystal bridge — a crystal of connection that mends the disconnect in all aspects of our lives. — Kyanite Stone Meaning and Uses

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The Gardener’s Stone: Moss Agate Meaning and Uses — Crystal Meanings

Moss Agate has become the quintessential Gardener’s Stone, housing the magic of life and the beauty of nature within it. — Moss Agate Meaning and Uses

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The Spring’s Trumpet: Daffodil Magical Properties and Uses — Magical Herbs

The blooming of daffodils are intimately connected to many spring festivals throughout the world – including Ostara. — Daffodil Magical Properties and Uses

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A Time to Purify: Herbs for Imbolc — Wheel of the Year

Imbolc is a time of purification and clearing away all that doesn’t serve you in preparation for the bounty of future harvests. — Herbs for Imbolc

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The Stone of the Moon: Selenite Meaning and Uses — Crystal Meanings

A conduit of powerful, celestial energy, Selenite is often called the “liquid light of spirit” and contains ethereal energies. — Selenite Meaning and Uses

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