Santa Maria Healing Potion: Migraine Headache

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Santa Maria Potion is a mix of herbs used by witches to cure headaches and, in the past, it was also considered a cure for the Tired Blood Curse. Do NOT use if pregnant or breastfeeding, if you find yourself suffering from bleeding disorders, if you are allergic to any of the following: ragweed, chrysanthemums, marigolds, daisies. Do NOT use 2 weeks before and after a scheduled surgery. Do NOT use if you suffer from high blood pressure or diabetes.

Items needed:

  • ginger root 2 tablespoons
  •  coffee 1/2 tablespoon
  • peppermint 1/2 tablespoon
  • valerian root 1/2 tablespoon
  • feverfew dried leaves 4 tablespoons
  • honey 2 tablespoons
  •  water 250 ml

Recipe:

1. Put the water in the cauldron. Start the fire.

2. Put the feverfew leaves right away, then let the water boil for a second and stop the fire.

3. Mix 50 times clockwise and chant throughout the whole process "Oh Leaves of the Earth,/ Sons and Daughter of Dioscorides,/ made of Sun and Earth and Air and Water,/ now burnt in fire,/ burnt in water,/ burnt in flames,/ released in air/ help my mind/ oh you, take care/ of the flames inside my skull,/ make the pain find just no use."

4. Add the coffee, ginger, peppermint & valerian. Mix 50 times anticlockwise.

5. Let the potion cool until it reaches a temperature below 34 degrees Celsius.

6. Add the honey and mix until it has completely diluted in the potion.

7. Drink on an empty stomach.

 

Do Not use daily for more than 4 months in a row.

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Added to on Apr 22, 2019
Last edited on Jul 11, 2019
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