Magick Potions: How to Prepare and Use Homemade Incense, Oils, Aphordisacs, and Much More

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Kensington Publishing Corporation, 1998 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 164 pages
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Whether it's a love potion, a money-attracting brew, a healing infusion, an aphrodisiac, or an oft-needed meditation tea, "Magick Potions" completely addresses the magickal needs of contemporary witches by devoting itself entirely to the art and craft of potions. Illustrations.

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User Review  - willowsilvhorse - LibraryThing

Even though this book is little it is jampacked with wonderful recipes and information. One of my absolute favorites! Read full review

Contents

Sabbat Herbs and Elemental Potions
3
Potions and Pantheons
19
Magickal Infusions
30
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About the author (1998)

Dunwich is a practicing witch and high priestess of the Wiccan craft, a professional astrologer, and a lover of cats.

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