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Rice

Rice

The custom of throwing a shower of Rice after and over a newly married couple is very old, though wheat was at first the chosen grain as an augury of plenty. The bride wore a garland of ears of corn in the time of Henry the Eighth.

Posted Dec 1, 2010 1,994 Reads More Magic --->

Rhubarb

Rhubarb

Our Garden Rhubarb is a true Dock, and belongs to the "many-kneed," buckwheat order of plants. Its brilliant colouring is due to varying states of its natural pigment (chlorophyll), in combination with oxygen. For culinary purposes the stalk, or petiole of the broad leaf, is used.

Posted Dec 1, 2010 1,824 Reads More Magic --->

Raspberry

Raspberry

Raspberry is a cool magical ingredient, giving two important components - the sexy fruit, and the plant itself, which is a tough survivor. Raspberry lends itself to a huge variety of love spells, healing spells and all manner of energy magic potions. 

Posted Dec 1, 2010 1,675 Reads More Magic --->

Ragworth

Ragworth

The term Ragwort, or Ragweed, is a corruption of Ragewort, as expressing its supposed stimulating effects on the sexual organs. For the same reason the pommes d'amour (Love Apples, or Tomatoes) are sometimes called Rage apples.

Posted Dec 1, 2010 2,230 Reads More Magic --->

Radish

Radish

Radishes were celebrated by Dioscorides and Pliny as above all roots whatsoever, insomuch, that in the Delphic temple there was a Radish of solid gold, raphanus ex auro dicatus: and Moschinus wrote a whole volume in their praise; but Hippocrates condemned them as vitiosas, innatantes, acoegre concoctiles.

Posted Dec 1, 2010 1,641 Reads More Magic --->

Quince

Quince

The Quince may well be included among remedial Herbal Simples because of the virtues possessed by the seeds within the fruit. The tree is a native of Persia and Crete; bearing a pear-shaped fruit, golden yellow when gathered, and with five cells in it, each containing twelve closely packed seeds. These are mucilaginous when unbroken, and afford the taste of bitter almonds.

When immersed in water they swell up considerably, and the mucilage will yield salts of lime with albumen.

Posted Dec 1, 2010 1,781 Reads More Magic --->

Primrose

Primrose

Medicinally the primrose possesses similar curative attributes, though in a lesser degree, to those of the Cowslip. Both the root and the flowers contain a volatile oil, and "primulin" which is identical with mannite: whilst the acrid principle is "saponin." Alfred Austin, Poet Laureate, teaches to "make healing salve with early Primroses."

Posted Dec 1, 2010 1,754 Reads More Magic --->

Potato

Potato

Our invaluable Potato, which enters so largely into the dietary of all classes, belongs to the Nightshade tribe of  dangerous plants, though termed "solanaceous" as a natural order because of the sedative properties which its several genera exercise to lull pain.

Posted Dec 1, 2010 1,735 Reads More Magic --->

Poppy

Poppy

The Scarlet Poppy of our cornfields (Papaver Rhoeas) is one of the most brilliant and familiar of English wild flowers, being strikingly conspicuous as a weed by its blossoms rich in scarlet petals, which are black at the base. The title Papaver has been derived from pap, a soft food given to young infants, in which it was at one time customary to boil Poppy seeds for the purpose of inducing sleep.

Posted Dec 1, 2010 2,063 Reads More Magic --->

Plantain

Plantain

The Plantains (Plantaginacecoe), from planta, the sole of the foot, are humble plants, well known as weeds in fields and by roadsides, having ribbed leaves and spikes of flowers conspicuous by their long stamens. As Herbal Simples, the Greater Plantain, the Ribwort Plantain, and the Water Plantain, are to be specially considered.

Posted Dec 1, 2010 1,637 Reads More Magic --->

Spell To Be Treated with Love, Respect, and Kindness.

Spell To Be Treated with Love, Respect, and Kindness.

Elizabeth wrote: I need your help (Spell Request) This is why this spell is important to me.

* I feel I'm isolated, and want someone to love Me, caress Me, take care of Me.
* I know I'm a nice person . But I just want others to notice it.
* I want to receive the recognition I deserve.
* I want to awaken each morning with the feeling that I'm going to be treated with love, respect, and kindness.

Posted Nov 5, 2010 64,624 Reads More Magic --->

Pink

Pink

The Clove Pink, or Carnation of our gardens, though found apparently wild on old castle walls in England, is a naturalised flower in this country. It is, botanically, the Dianthus Caryophyllus, being so named as anthos, the flower, dios, of Jupiter: whilst redolent of Caryophylli, Cloves.

Posted Oct 29, 2010 1,755 Reads More Magic --->

Pimpernel

Pimpernel

The Pimpernel - "Poor Man's Weather Glass" or "Shepherd's Dial," is a very well-known and favourite little flower, of brilliant scarlet hue, expanding only in bright weather, and closing its petals at two o'clock in the day.

Posted Oct 29, 2010 1,597 Reads More Magic --->

Pimento (Allspice)

Pimento (Allspice)

All-Spice (Pimento) is another common occupant of the domestic spice box. It is popular as a warming cordial, of a sweet odour, and a grateful aromatic taste; but being a native of South America, grows with us only as a stove plant.

Posted Oct 29, 2010 2,250 Reads More Magic --->

Periwinkle

Periwinkle

This periwinkle name has been derived either from pervincire, to bind closely, or from pervincere, to overcome. Lord Bacon observes that it was common in his time for persons to wear bands of green Periwinkle about the calf of the leg to prevent cramp.

In Germany this plant is the emblem of immortality.

Posted Oct 28, 2010 2,976 Reads More Magic --->

Peppermint

Peppermint

The Roman housewives made a paste of the Peppermint with honey, which they esteemed highly, partaking of it to sweeten their breath, and to conceal their passion for wine at a time when the law punished with death every woman convicted of quaffing the ruby seductive liquor

Posted Oct 28, 2010 1,610 Reads More Magic --->

Pepper

Pepper

Black pepper is said to ward off evil and in the Middle Ages, was burned like incense to protect from the plague.

Posted Oct 28, 2010 1,771 Reads More Magic --->

Pennyroyal

Pennyroyal

The Mint Pennyroyal (Mentha Pulegium) gets its name from the Latin puleium regium, because of its royal efficacy in destroying fleas (pulices). The French call this similarly, Pouliot. It grows on moist heaths and pastures, and by the margins of brooks, being cultivated further in our herb gardens, for kitchen and market uses.

Posted Oct 28, 2010 1,938 Reads More Magic --->

Pellitori

Pellitori

A plant belonging to the order of Nettles, the Pellitory of the Wall, or Paritory--Parietaria, from the Latin parietes, walls--is a favourite Herbal Simple in many  rural districts.

Posted Oct 28, 2010 1,634 Reads More Magic --->

Pear

Pear

The Pear, also called Pyrrie, belongs to the same natural order of plants (the Rosacoe) as the Apple. It is sometimes called the Pyerie, and when wild is so hard and austere as to bear the name of Choke-pear. It grows wild in Britain, and abundantly in France and Germany.

Posted Oct 28, 2010 1,733 Reads More Magic --->
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