Saturday, June 7, 2014

Recipes & Healing...

Recipes & Healing...
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1 White or 100% beeswax candle

1 Black Candle (optional but I find it effective for banishing the illness and turning back negative energies)A representation of the ill person (picture, lock of hair, fingernail, blood, sweat or even flesh)

An Altar Pentacle

Healing Oil to annoint the candles(Base oil 1oz. Cedarwood 1drp. Rose 1drp. Sandalwood 1drp.)


Annoint the candle(s) with the the Healing Oil(a few drops will do), by saying while annointing:

Ego imbuere cum curare pax!

Now place the representation of the ill person on the Pentacle and on top of that, place the newly annointed candle(s) and light them. Then sit or kneel down before the Pentacle, ground and center yourself, and meditate. Focus on the Ill person. Allow your mind to envision a soft, soothing, healing mist slowly enveloping them. Then gradually let it build to a radiant, white light while attempting to force or extract the illness out and away from them with your mind (psychically or astrally). The meditation should last for as long as it takes to drive the illness from the body or mind...this should not be rushed! Do this on a full or waxing moon.


Have whomever is sick lay out before you comfortably. Light 6 beeswax candles, 3 at the base of their feet equally spaced, about 6-8 inches apart from one another, 2 of the candles placed just outside and below the feet and one where the legs seperate (Note! actually place the candles below their feet as not to burn anyone). The remaining 3 candles place by their head and shoulders. 1 at the top of the head and the other 2 in line at each shoulder length forming an upside down "V" or intverted "triangle" shape around the body. Forming what is known to Druids as a most powerful symbol indeed, the "Awen". You can view the three rays of the Awen on my main page to get a clear representaion of how the candles should be set up. Once the candles have been arranged around the ailing person, use the heartbeat meditation from my meditations page and then attempt to sense the energies within and surrounding the sick person. One might wish to ground first due to the fact that you will most likely be unaware of what is causing the illness. It may be a normal physical or mental illness or some thing caused by dark magicks or otherworldly source(s), in which case you will most likely have to perform some sort of counter spell (see my Banishings, Bindings, Curses and Other Dark Magicks page). If you are able determine the exact the nature of the illness it would be advantagous to the healing. However, if the cause of the illness is not clear you then may still proceded to the incantation. Say this repeatedly with a vibratory tone inflection in your voice until you feel a sense of release:

Trean beannachdan agus slainte bi ar tú

Aiseirigh Dian'cecht agus bris seo mallacht

Muscail agus dibir buairt

An solas de Awen cuidigh mo!

Dibir seo tinne mé! Déan as! Déan as! Déan as!

Now, ground out any negative and/or excess energies from the ailing person somewhere safe and away from yourself and them (details on Ground and Sensing Energies are found on my Druidic Lesson on Magick page.

Ash leaves, put them under your pillow at night to fight insomnia and promote lucid psychic dreams! Also Valerian root works as well.

Furthermore, for sore muscles or headaches, rub the affected part of your body with an Ash wand.

Put a cup of Catnip in your bath to revitalize yourself after a long day.

Burn Silver Fir needles to cure a sick infant.

Carry Chrysanthemums with you when you travel to prevent an illness while you're away from home!

Carry a bag of Solomons Seal (a.k.a Dropberry or Sealroot) to not only heal all wounds, but prevent them, too.

Burn or make a tea from wild Sage to recover from an illness.

A salve made from dried Comfrey and Mint oil can be used to remove warts.

Parsley, when eaten, will protect you from being poisoned. (It'll also keep you from having poisonous breath!



Willow Bark Tea

Soak 1/2 teasponns of dried White Willow bark in 2 cups of cold water overnight. Bring to a boil and allow to simmer for at least 20 minutes. Strain, cool and put in a container. One may wish to sweeten this with honey lemon juice or sugar, it can be added to juices or teas. Dosage should not exceed 1/4 cup of the willow bark miture and not to exceed 1 dosage every 4 hours.

Chamomile Tea

Chamomile has relaxing properties it;s great to relieve stress headaches and promote a great nights sleep. Chamomile tea can be readily bought at any supermarket usually but if one feels they rather take the hands on approach...Use 1 heaping teaspoon of dried chamomile flowers for each cup you wish to produce. Boil water, mix in the dried flowers and steep for 10 minutes, then strain, sweeten with lemon sugar or honey. Tastes VERY good and is very soothing as well. NOTE!!!!!!!!!! IF YOU SUFFER FROM RAGWEED ALLERGIES DO NOT CONSUME CHAMOMILE AS IT IS IN THE SAME HERBAL FAMILY!!!!!!

A Tea For Headaches caused by mental strain or fatigue

In a bowl, mix 1/2 teaspoon of each: Sage, Peppermint, Rosemary, and Hops. Then pour 2 cups of boiling water over the herbs and allow to steep for 10-15 minutes. You can add a pinch of ginger and/or sugar to sweeten to taste. Drink warm


Skullcap Tea

For some reason blue flowers of numerous sorts are great for calming the nerves and are typically used in many herbal remedies for nervous tension, like, Skullcap. Chop 1/2 cup of Skullcap leaves and flowers and 1 tablespoon and add to 2 cups of boiling water. Steep for 15-20 minutes then strain. Add Honey and/or Sugar to sweeten. Drink several cups a day. This tea can also be used to treat epilepsy, convulsions and trembling of the limbs.

Stinking Iris Tea

An all natural pain killer, Stinking Iris is used and is great for Migrianes. Chop up 1 tablespoon of Stinking Iris (Iris Foetidissima) and add to 1 cup of water. With the added herb, boil the water gently for 15-20 minutes, strain and drink. dosage is 3 tablespoons per day. This is also a slight laxative as well, so one may wish to weaken the dosage, or use when your having problems going to the bathroom.


A Traditional Peppermint Curative tea

Mix together 1 tablespoon of Elder flowers, 1 tablespoon of Peppermint, 1 tablespoon White Yarrow and 1 tablespoon of feverfew in 2 cups of boiling water. Once mixed, cover and allow to steep for 15-20 minutes. Strain, sweeten and re-heat. Drink hot. The tea will cause one to perspire helping "bleed" the illness out aiding in the dispelling of mucus as well and the White Yarrow is a pain killer. This is VERY effective.

Ginger Cinnamon Elixer for Colds

At the first signs of getting a cold, mix 1/2 teaspoon of crushed/powdered Ginger root and Cinnamon in 1 cup of scalded milk. Then add 1 tablespoon of Honey and drink hot. This one tastes great and is very soothing and stimulating.

Comfrey Elderberry Tea for Colds accompanied with Sore Throat/Fever

Chop up several comfrey leaves and add to 1/2 cup of Elderberries. Add that mixture to 1 cup of Honey and 1 cup of water. Simmer the entire mixture for 30 minutes. Strain and take as needed to produce perspiration to reduce fever. Comfrey is great for colds as it is almost like asprin easing the discomfort of colds and soothing the mucus membranes of the throat, it also acts as a demulcent and expectorant.

Mixture for Severe colds

Mix together 1 cup each of dried White Yarrow, Spearmint, Sage, Catnip, Horehound, Verbena and Pennyroyal. Pour 1 pint of boiling water over 2 1/2 tablespoons of the herbal mix. Then cover and let stand for 10-15 minutes. Strain and sweeten. Reheat and drink 1 cup every 1-2 hours. This recipie was used extensively by royalty in Europe for a very long time.

Cold Remedy (Very fast and effective relief of symptoms)

Fill a large pot or pan with 1 gallon of water. Add 3 onuces of softened ginger root, 3 cups of honey and 1/4 pound of seedless raisins. Bring to a boil and allow to simmer for roughly 1 hour, while skimming the top every so often. Cool, strain and place in a tightly sealed container and refrigerate over night. The following day, squeeze 6 lemons and 4 oranges, then mix well. Dosage is 2-3 glasses a day, very tastey.


Sage and Citrus Tea Recipe

Boil 2 quarts of water and when the water comes to a solid boil immediately pour over 1 ounce of dried Sage. Add the juice of 1 whole Lemon, 1 Orange and 1 ounce of honey. Nix very well and allow to steep for 1 hour, strain and drink as often as desired, reheat as needed.

Elder Peppermint Tea

Boil 2 pints of water and pour it over 1 ounce of Elder Flowers and 1 ounce of Peppermint leaves. Cover and steep for about 20 minutes. Strain and sweeten with sugar and/or honey. Dosage is 1 cup per hour to induce sweating.

VERY Old World tea recipe for Flu, Aches and Headache

Mix 1 tablespoon each of White Yarrow, Boneset and Skullcap into 1 pint of water. Simmer the mixture in the water for 30 minutes. Strain and add 1 tablespoon of this mixture and 1 teaspoon of Psyllium seed to 1 cup of boiling water. Strain and sweeten with Corn Syrup. Drink a cup of this every 30 minutes until relief.

Chest Congestion and Bronchial Problems

Lemon Juice

Lemon Juice is excellent for flus colds and any kind of broncial ailment. It is rich in Vitamin C and aids in cutting through and breaking up of congestion and mucus. It is also a great astringent. I advise using it to sweeten any tea for any of these ailments.

Comfrey Recipe

Comfrey is used to reduce the inflammation in the Bronchial and Alimentary system. It also acts as an emollient, demulcent and expectorant as well as possesing pain-relieving properties so that one can rest more easily. Cut 1 ounce of Comfrey root into very fine pieces and add to 1 pint of water. Bring the mixture to a boil and allow to simmer for 30 minutes. Strain, sweeten and drink 1 cup 3-4 times a day.

Almond/Peppermint oil rub Mix together 1 cup of Almond oil and 1/2 teaspoon of Peppermint oil. Heat to luke warm and massage chest and back. This works very well for me.

Broncial Cough Remedy

Mix together 1 tablespoon of Irish Moss, 1 tablespoon of Comfrey root, 1 tablespoon of Lobelia, 1 tablespoon of wild cherry bark, 1 teablespoon of Verbana and 1 tablespoon of Aniseed in 1 pint of water. Boil the mixture in the water until the liquid has evaporated to about half of the original pint of water. Then strain the mixture and add 1 pint of honey and bring the mixture to a boil again. Once boiled reduce heat and simmer for about 10-15 minutes. Remove mixture from the heat and add 3 tablespoons of rasberry vinegar. mix VERY well and store in the refrigerator. Dosage is 1 tablespoon as needed for cough.

Agrimony/Parsley tea for stubborn persistant coughs

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