Wild crafted herbs have been used in magical rituals for centuries by women and men alike. Magical herbs have symbolic associations and are believed to have great powers, as told in many stories of folklore. These magical herbs were used in a number of ways, including meditation, black and white magic, and spell casting.
Magical herbs come from the earth and nature, and are seen by many as the connection that can bring harmony and cohesiveness to our lives. There are some plants which are magical plants just by goodness of their nature, as identified by ancient and traditional peoples all over the world. For example, Sage and Cedar are recognized as magical herbs by the Native Americans, and are famous for their abilities to purify and cleanse. And of course St John's Wort, is one of thousands of magical herbs whose mystical powers relate to its medicinal properties.
The more you interact with your magical herbs, and grow them through their life cycle, from seed and sprout to harvest, the more they will aid you in your craft.
Some of the common magical herbs are listed below.