Errrybody wants prosperity spells. I never use the word abundance because you can have an abundance of cowshit and unless you’re a farmer that’s not a good thing. A lot of not so great things can come in an abundance that I don’t want-fleas, bird poop on my newly washed car because I parked under the tree to get some shade, pimples, and gas because I faltered and ate some dairy…you get the point. So always go with prosperity instead.
My Mo’ Money Spell with Better Business Booster is my hottest item out there and I should honestly hope so. I worked it HARD to bring in the $250,000 I’ve been asking for my husband’s new business. The first lady I created it for brought in $100,000, but those are not typical results. Others have been $9-10K months, $1500, etc. Anyway, the point is people want to know where the money is.
So here are MY top 5 herbs I use for spell casting. Other people may have others they prefer, but this is my list. These are in no particular order.
Cinnamon smells delicious and it also kicks ass in the magickal world. It is great for success and money drawing, but also power. Because of its spiciness, it does act as a booster to any spell it is added to just like cayenne or black pepper. That is why I like this one, it is multi-functional, bringing in that boost as well as, the initial properties.
Cinquefoil has 5 main qualities about it, one for each “finger” of the leaf, but money seems to be the star of the show as far as I am concerned. It even looks like shredded money to me. I take it as a staple to my New Moon Rituals when I have them make mojo bags and it always seems to do a fabulous job. People just rave about the good it does.
3) High John
High John the Conqueror is da man! Being in Las Vegas this is the perfect root. It’s amazing for gambling and luck, as well as, attracting money. It’s an especially good herb for men in general. It fit easily into a pocket as a charged charm or slides nicely into a mojo bag with other lucky items.
So sweet that bees, children, and money can’t keep themselves away. This herb is for FAST money and success. No time like the present, right? Add a little bit to your mojo bag or dress a candle with Fast Luck Oil and roll it around in some honeysuckle for a quick candle spell.
5) Job’s Tears
I add this one because it’s not only good for good luck, attracting money, but also for finding a job. Sometimes the reason we need more money is that our job, well, it sucks. So take one of these adorable little seeds and sow a spell that will surely grow to fruition.
So there’s my top five, maybe we have some in common and maybe not. Drop me a line and tell me your favorite money herb and why. I’d love to hear.