a prosperity tea spell

i posted yesterday about what tea magick is. go check out that brief post if you’re unfamiliar. and then i mentioned that i would have some more specific info on a tea spell for specifically prosperity.

in this prosperity spell, and most of my spells involving money, actually, i love to use basil. basil is known as the ‘money-maker’ herb, and for good reason. many cultures have used it from ancient times as a bringer of wealth, financial success, and prosperity, and it doesn’t hurt that its broad, green leaves look like money πŸ˜‰

both mint and chamomile also have magickal properties that relate to money, finances, and wealth, and are super useful in spells concerning financial matters, for that reason.

cloves have long been associated with wealth in ancient as well as modern cultures, and witches have used these to bring about positive financial outcomes for as long as we’ve been writing things down or passing them on to new generations via stories and spoken word.

so here it my own personal tea spell for money matters, as promised!

what you will need:

  • 1/2 tsp dried basil
  • 1/2 tsp mint (spearmint works best, i find)
  • 1/2 tsp chamomile
  • 2 clove buds
  • 8-10 oz hot/boiling water
  • a spoon
  • *optional: lemon or honey

what you will do:

  1. first, make sure you read the post about tea magick so that you understand the importance of visualization here. the actual tea will steep for 6-10 minutes, and during that time is the perfect opportunity to meditate or otherwise visualize your very specific intended outcome.
  2. boil the water. while you are waiting for it to boil, put the herbs and cloves in a tea ball, tea bag, or whatever else you prefer to use to hold your loose leaf tea. (hint: if you wanna be extra fresh, get an electric kettle like the one i have; this has changed my life).
  3. pour the water over the herbs and add your lemon or honey. let steep for at least 6 minutes, but up to 12.
  4. during that time, sit with your hands around the cup (if its not too hot); you can also wrap a thin towel around it in order to hold it. feel the warmth spreading to your hands, up your arms, and into you.
  5. as you do this, close your eyes and begin to picture your exact outcome. this particular recipe is for a money or prosperity tea, so you will want to call forth a specific sum of money, or a specific windfall, perhaps in the form of a pay raise of a certain amount, for instance. this visualization needs to be strong and vivid for you. you need to picture it as if it has already happened.
  6. once you have done so and the tea has steeped, grab your spoon and stir 9 times clockwise, each full circle stir repeating (louder each stir around, until you complete the 9th circle):

power of basil, power of mint, power of chamomile, cloves that went

into my tea, bring the money desired by me

7. once you have repeated this 9 times, take a few sips and state out loud the sum of money (or other specific financial outcome).

8. finish the tea completely. you can dispose of the tea constituents, or keep them and bury them, depending on what you prefer (again, go read the article on tea magick and decide for yourself what you prefer to do with the remains of the spell).

that’s it. you may want to repeat the spell a few more times, if you’re new to this, or if you’re asking for a particularly large sum of money (but be realistic about what you’re asking for, okay?).

if you want to buy some of this delicious prosperity tea already made for you by an experienced witch, charged under the full moon, and endowed with the intention of wealth, i’ve got some for sale in the shop now!

elderflower tea for aging skin

i made a post a few weeks back about the benefits of elder flower and its magickal properties.

as a potent player in my anti-aging wheelhouse, i drink this in an herbal tea on most evenings, and i’ve also used it as a hydrosol spritz twice a day after washing (at night) and after waking (in the morning).

i also recently made some elder flower infusion oil to add to things like face masks, moisturizers, and other products (some of which you will see in the next couple of months in my shop!!). and, i’m excited because in about 3 weeks, my elder flower extract will be ready to play with (it takes like 5 weeks to make….).

elderflower has medicinal compounds in it that reduce wrinkles, age spots, and improve skin healing, such as in rashes, acne lesions, and is a super calming, mellow herb. you can just feel its energy hugging your skin and saying, ‘it’ll be okay, babe.’

this is an herb than takes a week or so to really work, so be patient when beginning to incorporate it into your routine, as it works from within, which takes time to impact the layers of skin cells that are just now growing and forming in the deepest layers of your skin.

so here’s a simple recipe for elder flower skin spritz/tea.

what you will need:

  • about 1/2 cup dried elder flower or 1 cup fresh flowers
  • twice as much spring water or purified water as the flower volume you use
  • a pot big enough to hold the water you’re using
  • cheesecloth or fine metal strainer
  • funnel, ideally glass, silicon is okay, plastic is undesirable as it will absorb some of the plant components
  • an 8 oz glass bottle, preferably blue or amber, with spritz top or spray top

how to make it:

there’s a few options for making this topical tea for your skin:

  1. boil the water or heat it with an electric kettle to boiling and add the flowers and let steep for 20-30 minutes
  2. or add the flowers to the water as it boils

i don’t find that there’s too much difference and it probably doesn’t matter too much for these purposes. don’t overthink it.

  1. your elder flowers need to steep in the water for 20-30 min, and the water should be boiling before you remove it from heat source.
  2. you can also choose to put them in tea bags to steep them if you don’t want to mess with straining them later.
  3. after the time has elapsed, strain out the flowers. i hold them to the side and later on go put them at the foot of a tree in my back yard, thanking them for their energy and returning them to the earth.
  4. the remaining liquid can now be poured into your glass spray bottle using the funnel. depending on how much flowers and water you used, you may need more than one bottle.
  5. label it with the date it was bottled. if you add no preservatives, it should keep in the fridge for a couple of weeks.

elder flower skin tea can be used as a toner (although its not very astringent, like a lot of toners are, but if you have very sensitive skin it would be perfect), or it can be used to freshen your skin up after you wake up (if you’re like me and don’t wash your skin again in the AM most days).

i also like to use it throughout the day sometimes for a boost of moisture and glowiness. it leaves a sort of fresh, dewy quality to your skin πŸ™‚

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