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4 Unclassified Spells from Gypsy Witchcraft

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4 Unclassified Spells from Gypsy Witchcraft

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  1. NERVOUSNESS
  2. How To Infuse Oils
  3. Inspiration Jar
  4. to stop Anxiety
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#1 - NERVOUSNESS

We all get it and here is something that you can do about it using herbs.
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  • Valerian Wine
  • 2 handfuls valerian roots
  • 1 clove
  • 1 orange rind
  • 1 rosemary twig
  • 1 liter of dry white wine
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    You may need:

  • Valerian Wine
  • 2 handfuls valerian roots
  • 1 clove
  • 1 orange rind
  • 1 rosemary twig
  • 1 liter of dry white wine
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    Cut valerian root into small pieces, and place them on a large clear glass
    container. Add the clove, the grated orange rind and rosemary twig. Pour the dry
    white wine over the dry mixture. Seal the container tightly and allow to steep
    for one moon cycle (28 days). Then strain through gauze cloth, store in a bottle
    and seal tightly. Drink 1 liqueur glass three times daily.

    Also recommended for faintness.


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    #2 - How To Infuse Oils

    This is a Guide on how to make your own oils and infuse them.
    You may need:

  • A Carrier oil such as Virgin oil, Vegetable oil,
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    Infused oils are produced by soaking the plant material in a carrier oil over a period of time and is probably the oldest method of extraction and was used thousands of years before distillation and other methods were devised.

    Oil infusions can be prepared by hot or cold methods.

    These oils are very effective because they extract the herbal constituents and volatile oils from the herbs. They contain many properties that essential oils do not, and are not as strong as essential oils so they can usually be used without further dilution. Another avantage of using infused oils is that is possible to use many plants that yield either very little or no essential oil but which are immensely useful. Infused oils can be added to recipes, used for cooking, used in balms, salves and creams or massaged into sore body parts.

    Tips For Making Herb Infused Oils

    Well dried or thoroughly wilted herbs are the best to use to make infused oils as the water content in fresh herbs could cause bacteria to grow and spoil the oil. I personally prefer to use dried herbs.

    The carrier oil you use will make a huge difference in the shelf life of your infused oil.

    Refrigeration of the oils will ensure a much longer life as oxidation and rancidity will be retarded.

    Remember! When using the heat method if the oil overheats you will lose some of the important volatile properties of the herbs.

    Hot Method tends to lose a lot of the natural perfume of the plant material while the cold method retains more of the scent.

    When using the cold method of infusion remember that unless the herbs are completely submerged they will mold. Also be sure to leave as little air space as possible in the top of the jar for the same reason.

    Hot Method #1

    To begin, tightly fill a large sealable jar with selected herb flowers or leaves. Place the jar up to the neck in a saucepan of water and bring to a medium temperature. Simmer for up to three hours. Strain through filter paper or cloth into a brown glass bottle.

    Hot Method #2

    Place herbs in a crock pot on the lowest setting and cover completely with oil. Allow to remain, incovered on the lowest setting for 12 hours or longer being careful not to scorch the oil and plant materials.

    Cold Method

    Put either lightly bruised herbs or dried herbs in a jar and cover to about 1 to 2 inches above the plant material with a slightly warmed, light weight and scentless oil such as grapeseed or almond. Cover closely with a well fitting lid. Put in a sunny spot for one week. Bring the jar in at night if you prefer or allow the moon's energy to infuse into the oil as well. A sunny window makes a great substitute in cold weather.


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    #3 - Inspiration Jar

    To bring on inspiration. For creativity.
    You may need:

  • Mason jar
  • Small crystal
  • Dried orange peels (two-thirds)
  • Dried mint (one-third)
  • 2 drops orange essential oil
  • 1 drop mint essential oil
  • Square piece of black cotton fabric
  • Rubber band
  • Orange fabric paint or orange acrylic
  • Orange ribbon
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  • Mason jar
  • Small crystal
  • Dried orange peels (two-thirds)
  • Dried mint (one-third)
  • 2 drops orange essential oil
  • 1 drop mint essential oil
  • Square piece of black cotton fabric
  • Rubber band
  • Orange fabric paint or orange acrylic
  • Orange ribbon
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    Gather ingredients. With a clean and dry jar before you, place the mint first and then the orange peels inside, filling it up about two-thirds of the way. Add two
    drops of orange essential oil and one drop mint ssential oil. More if you are using a large mason jar. Stir ingredients together. Take the small crystal in your hand and say something such as:
    ''Creativity
    Come to me
    In whispers and dreams
    And visions that gleam.''



    Place the crystal inside the jar with the potpourri.

    For the lid, cover the opening of the jar with black fabric so that the side of the fabric hang down over the edges about 2 inches. With a pencil, mark the center top of the fabric. Take the fabric off the jar, lie it flat on a hard surface. Using orange paint, acrylic or fabric
    paint, paint on a spiral. While the paint is drying, cover the jar temporarily with a lid so that it doesn't get spilled.

    *Spiral: The spiral is a symbol of the dance of life. It shows the continuous cycle of ourselves going inward (within ourselves/our psyche) and then going outward (expressing ourselves). *

    *Black: The black fabric in this spell is used as an absorption color. Black absorbs all colours, all energies. By placing the orange spiral on this we are signifying just what those energies are that the black is absorbing, all creative energies. *

    Once the paint is dry, place the fabric on the jar once again. The spiral should now be on the centered top of the jar's mouth. Holding the fabric in place, wrap the rubber band around the sides to hold it in place. Next, tie the orange ribbon overtop of the rubber band. Keep this inspiration jar in your work area, where you do your writing, painting, drawing, or keep it by your bed to bring on inspiring dreams.

    *Note: The color orange is the color of creative energies. The shading (how dark or light the orange is) that you use will denote the level of creative energies you wish to channel. A dark orange will take you deep into the creative energies while a light orange is less intense.

    Moon cycle: No moon cycle is selected for this spell because all phases of the moon hold different levels of creative energies, including the dark moon. If you follow moon phases, ch oose the cycle that fits your
    purpose best.*


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    #4 - to stop Anxiety

    we all get anxiety and we all want it gone.
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    Nervous anxiety, you are dead.
    Lord and lady, soothe my head.
    Bring me to your calming peace.
    As I will so mote it be.


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