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Tea Ritual
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Merry Meet!

In my search for full moon rituals I came across something wonderful in my online research. A full moon tea ritual! It consists of a blend of chosen herbs. Grind each separately with focus on your goal and properties of the plant. Charge each herb with your energy. Boil hot water and prepare your sacred space, ground yourself. Pour hot water over herbs with your focus, imagine hot water activates the herbs. Face the moon or sit near a window where you are close to the moon. Sit and allow tea to cool. Take this time for prayer and manifesting your intentions. When there is one drop of tea left, stop. Give this as an offering to the ground (assuming your are outside), or alternatively you could offer it to an indoor plant. Return herbs back to the earth and take time to journal about your experience.

I love this idea and am excited to try it out. Has anyone else done a tea ritual? I would love to hear what you do and how it worked for you.

Blessed be!
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YES! Full Moon Tea is fantastic, I'm very much into herbal teas and how they relate to magic. I've done some for wealth and prosperity, some for peace of mind and new directions. All seemed to work for me and my family. From the wealth tea, it took some time, but at the end of 3 months my husband got a better job and I got a $3 raise from my job.

I do all the above, except. I will put all my ingredients in a mason jar without a lid, but instead use a cheese cloth and tighten the other part of the lid around the cloth, and set the tea outside or in a window sill the night of a full moon (Or whatever corresponding moon phase works with your intentions.) And it will steep through the night in the morning you can pour through the cheese cloth and drink. I bury the remaining ingredients and pour some leftover tea over the ground where it's buried as like an offering or giving back what's been given to me.

Fair warning though, what is potent for spell work isn't always tasty as tea. lol. but you do what you do. Also as always with herbs you gotta be careful of what is and isn't ok to consume and in what quantities. I've also made full moon teas strictly for offering or for cleansing doorways, or to place in other areas and stuff like that if I've used ingredients not fit for human consumption. Or for heavier duty type spells inedible objects like nails or dead insects... You can make the tea, but it doesn't mean you wanna always drink it. lol. But in my experience it all works the same depending on the spell.
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