Honeydew Melon Spiritual Meaning and Magic

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The Magic of Honeydew

Honeydew Melon contains plenty of seeds and, as such, can be used in magical spells, satchels, and talismans to attract abundance. Take a handful of honeydew melon seeds and throw them into the air, then ask the winds to blow in an abundance of whatever it is you seek.

Honeydew Melon Represents the Pregnant Goddess

Honeydew melon is symbolic of the pregnant belly of the Goddess and can be eaten to help with fertility and healthy pregnancy. String honeydew melon seeds together create a necklace that will draw beauty, youth, and immortality.

A Honeydew Spell for Love and Happiness

To help generate love and happiness in your relationship, put as many seeds as there are letters in your and your lover’s name into a red conjure bag. The sweetness of its fruit is symbolic of kindness and innocence.

Slices of honeymelon on a wooden plank, resting on a gray cloth with a warm light shining through the honeymelon slices.

Honeydew Melon Benefits for Skin*

Honeydew contains vitamin C and copper and can help with skin health and renewal. It also contains soluble and insoluble fibers and can help maintain blood sugar and healthy digestion.

*(See FDA Disclaimer)

Honeydew Melon Benefits

Honeydew can help promote weight loss, strengthen bones and teeth, and contains a high amount of water to help hydrate the body.

Honeydew Melon Benefits in Pregnancy

Due to the high amount of vitamins and minerals in honeydew, it makes for great fruit to eat and provides nutrients to the body during pregnancy.

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