Do you know what herb to use if a poltergeist has taken up residence in your formerly peaceful home?
If you have finally figured out how to get that broom up in the air but don’t want to fall off mid-flight, a drink made from this herb will keep you upright. Do you know what it is?
Have you ever received the “I’ll come back to haunt you!” threat? There is a way in ensure that a person who is buried won’t be able to escape from the grave and cause you undo stress!
What about that glassy eyed zombie that lives next door, stuck in a trance and unable to move on? You can help! (If you dare!)
If you are concerned that someone who has recently died has intentions of coming back to haunt you, place rowan on their grave and they’ll be unable to escape. Good to know!
If you present a Zombie with pistachio nuts – yeah, YOU do it! I’m not going anywhere near one!!! – after eating the nuts they will be released from their trance and able to pass on to a peaceful death. Pistachios are also reputed to make love spells ineffective – but only if you realize it is a spell.
(Pinus strobus bark)
Pine is often used in making protective wreaths to hang on doors during the holiday season, replacing the original dead black chicken. Witches were honor bound to count every feather before entering. Pine needles replaced the feathers (and undoubtedly were more fragrant than a rotting carcass).
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