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How I Was Spiritually Set Free By The Use Of This Herbs

Nature is a healing force that holds the power to both nurture and psychological well-being and also feed our spiritual side.

A number of herbs for spiritual healing are worth growing and or buying, and then incorporating into mystical self-care practices.

Some examples of herbs for emotional healing includes the following:

1. Lavender:

Lavender has many benefits, including de- stressing and easing into an easy slumber, and it's versatility extends to mystical spells. Lavender can be used to cleanse the house of negative energy and as a beacon of love. It can also be caused in love oils, powders, and ritual baths as well.

Keep a lavender satchet under your pillow at night to help you sleep or attract love into your life.

2. Rosemary:

Rosemary is an excellent all-purpose herb, every witch have this herb in her garden. Rosemary is mainly used for protection and cleansing, but also for love, healing, and feminine power.

Rosemary can be hanged from a door way to protect your house, in a floor sweep your home of negative energy, in a ritual oil that can be used to anoint yourself or your magical workings with.

3. Roses:

In herbalism, roses are believed to help calm the nervous system and heal the heart centre .

You can make roses into a tincture to heal any trauma or nervous energy.

You can use fresh petals of roses in a love bath, make a love-attracting incense, use them for self-compassion and self love.

4. Lemon Balm:

Similar to chamomile, lemon balm is another comforting herb for emotional healing.

Lemon balm can be used as a tea, in healing spells, in anxiety tinctures or in ritual baths.

5. Peppermint:

Peppermint is freshly aromatic and can provide a jolt if your vibes feel extremely off. "Peppermint is uplifting, energetic plant that stimulates physical healing in magic .

You can physically run it on your body to discharge negative energy or ill health, make it into an herbal bundle, place a few handfuls in a healing bath, or dry it and add it to candles, sachets and powders.

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