Latin Names of Plants Used in African and Diaspora Hispanic and Caribbean Medicine and Mysticism

This is a list of Latin and alternative names of herbs used in many areas of the African diaspora, but mainly those in African-Latinx medicine and mysticism.  Some of the slang or common names may apply to multiple plants with similar uses because of local availability. For those out there …

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Herbs, Stones, and Various Materials Used in Kindoki and Related African Diaspora Magic

Herbs in Kindoki

Kindoki and much of the African diaspora branch of Brujeria has its origins in pre colonial practices from central and west Africa and central America as well as Spain and Portugal.  So many of the commonly used ingredients and herbs are either native to central and South America or frequently …

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10 Herbs to Help You Keep Your Man and How to Use Them

Lavender

Here is a list of 10 wonderful herbs that can be used in love magic, that will help you to get your man or keep your man. #1 Lavender Yes lavender.  It’s everywhere, but it works.  Lavender smells wonderful, and puts men in a peaceful mood, but it also makes …

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Ogun Computer Cleaning Potion

Ogun Doll by Anna Kapitov

Ogun is the Master of Technology, so it follows that one would want his blessings on their hardware and gadgets.  Here is a recipe for a computer cleaning potion using Ogun herbs.  For this, you will need to use a lab or cooking-worthy glass or “pyrex” bowl or beaker for …

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Ingredient Spotlight: Coriander/Cilantro

Coriander/Cilantro is one of the most important herbs to have in your “tacklebox”.  It is a famous ingredient in love charms and other love related workings, but what you may not know is that it is also useful in banishing. How could that be?  It is partly because of the …

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