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     This is for about one ounce of chamomile in a satiny bag.  This will come with a reference card for you to keep or even just put in your book of shadows. 


Keywords: Protection, Prosperity, Calming

Element: Water

Planet:  Sun


 Other names for chamomile are ground apple, scented mayweed, whig plant, and maythen. There's also Roman, or English, chamomile, as well as German. They're from two different plant families, but are essentially used in the same manner, both medically and medicinally.

Chamomile is associated with masculine energy and the element of water. 

When it comes to deities, chamomile is linked Cernunnos, Ra, Helios, and other sun gods—after all, the heads of the flowers look like little golden suns! 


Chamomile is known as an herb of purification and protection, and can be used in incenses for sleep and meditation. Plant it around your home to ward against psychic or magical attack. If you're a gambler, wash your hands in chamomile tea to ensure good luck at the gaming tables. In a number of folk magic traditions, particularly those of the American south, chamomile is known as a lucky flower—make a garland to wear around your hair to attract a lover, or carry some in your pocket for general good fortune.


If you're getting ready to do a banishing ritual, some practitioners recommend you steep chamomile flowers in hot water, and then use it to sprinkle around as a metaphysical barrier. You can also wash up with it, after the water has cooled, and this is believed to keep negative energies away from you.


Dry chamomile flowers, pulverize them with a mortar and pestle, and use them in an incense blend to bring about relaxation and meditation. Chamomile is especially useful if you're trying to get yourself calmed and centered—blend it with lavender if you'd like to ensure a night of restful sleep with calming dreams. 

You can also use chamomile in candle magic. Pulverize the dried flowers, and use them to anoint a green candle for money magic or a black one for banishing.


Chamomile also well known for its power in spells dealing with love, beauty, and sleep. It's also a popular herb for prosperity rituals. The flowers can be paced in a wallet for luck when handling and spending money.


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