Using Baneful Herbs in Magic
With their infamous reputations and prominent place in myth and folklore, the Baneful herbs begin to seem more like mischievous magical creatures appearing throughout history in folktales and first-hand accounts. They are powerful in their chemistry and in their occult power, but they are still plants. The deadly nightshade grows in the same soil as the mint and the lavender. They get light and water from the same sky. It is important to remember this when incorporating baneful plant spirits into your magical practice. People often ask how these herbs can benefit one magically, and how to use them. The answer is, that they all have their own unique powers and applications, and other than ingesting, they can be used magically like any other herb.
In magic, herbs, woods and/or resins are used in pretty much everything. They can be incorporated into spells in so…
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