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Basic Tea Making Rules



Before ingesting any herb you've never used before,
you'll need to be sure that you know exactly what it
is you're taking - NO GUESSWORK! - also be sure
not to use anything that you're allergic to.

To make the teas strong enough to work, you'll need at
least two tablespoons total of dried herbs per cup of tea
you wish to make. Allow the herbs to steep for at least
three minutes before drinking (unless otherwise noted).

To prepare magickal teas for divination you should use a
black tea for a base to ward off negativity and to add
strength and power to the tea's blend. Have a special
spoon consecrated for stirring your magickal brews,
wood is preferred. You may also consecrate a special
kettle, teapot (ceramic or china) and teacup (also
ceramic or china), or two one for divination and another
for drinking other magickal brews. Steep the teas for 3 5
minutes. Milk and sweetener may always be added, though
cream will curdle. When blending your teas, draw upon the
powers of the herbs that correspond to your goal.



Teas for Aid in Astral Projection Earth Deity Tea Divination Tea
Dream Tea Euphoria Tea Happy Spirits Tea Health Spell Tea
Lift Off Tea Love Spell Tea Meditation Tea Seven Herbal Powers Tea
Psychic Healing Tea Purifictaion Tea Raging Mood Tea Relaxation Tea
Rose Mist Tea Strong Bones Tea Viking Rune Libation



Love Spell Tea



1 T China Black tea
1 t damiana
1 t raspberry leaves
2 t chamomile
1 T mullein
2 t rose hips

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Meditation Tea



1 T China Black or English Breakfast tea
1 t rose hips
2 t chamomile
2 t elder flower

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Seven Herbal Powers
A protection tea.



1 T Irish Breakfast or English Breakfast tea
2 t Elder flower
1 t linden flower (tila)
1 t valerian
2 t burdock root
1 t comfrey
1 t hyssop
2 t rose hips

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Psychic Healing Tea



1 T China Black tea
1 t elder flower
1 t nettle
2 t burdock root
2 t mullein
2 t rose hips

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Purification Tea



1 T China Black tea
2 t fennel
1 t valerian
1 t chamomile
2 t hyssop

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Raging Moods Tea
A calming blend.



2 parts oatstraw
2 parts skullcap leaves
1 part passiflora leaves
1 part St. John's Wort flowers
1/2 part spearmint leaves
1/10 part lavender flowers (organic)

Combine all herbs in a pot, and cover with boiling water.
Stir well, cover, and steep 15 to 20 minutes. Sweeten
lightly with honey, if desired. Drink 2 to 4 cups per
day when you feel your moods and/or hormones are out of wack.

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Relaxation Tea



1 T English Breakfast tea
1 t chamomile
1 t elder flower
2 t rose hips
2 t hops
1 t valerian

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Rose Mist Tea
A blend for romance.



1 part rose buds
2 part chamomile
1 part lavender
2 parts lemon balm
2 parts lemongrass

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Strong Bones Tea



2 parts oatstraw
1 part alfalfa leaves
1 part horsetail
1 part red clover blossoms
1 part rose hips (organic)
1 part violet leaves and flowers
2 parts nettle

Combine all herbs in a pot, and cover with boiling water.
Stir well, cover, and steep 15 to 20 minutes.
Drink 2 to 4 cups per day as a gentle bone building tonic.

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Viking Rune Libation



2 C spring water
1 t kava
1 t cinnamon

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I collected these recipes over the course of 10 years
and they come from many sources, including
Scott Cunningham's The Complete Book of Incense, Oils & Brews.
Unfortunately, I have forgotten where most of the others came from.
If you know of the origins for any of them, please let me know so that I can credit the source. Thank you.