The favorite choice of most Native American healers. There are many kinds of sage, including garden sage, sage brush, silver sage, California White Sage, and a few others. All have similar properties.
Cedar and Sweet Grass:
Both are from Native American Traditions. They can be used seperately, together, or with sage.
Frankincense and Myrrh:
This is the incense of choice for many witches, Catholics, and various traditons of the Mage. Frankincense has a masculine quality of both the Sun and Jupiter, while myrrh has a feminine, lounar and Saturn quality. When burned together, they created sacred space and banish unwated influence
Copal is a resin burned by Central and South American Shamans, with strong protective qualities.
Dragons Blood is a red resin that acts as a power enhancer to any mixture Burned alone, it holds the power of the warrior, ruled by Mars, and forcibly banishes unwanted spirits and energies.
This armonatic spice, which is often used in cookiing, can be burned or sprinkled around the protect the home.
Cloves are another herb of pretection. Whole cloves are used as a safe substitute for protective spikes, usually nails, pins, tacks, and glass caleld for in traditional porection spells. When burned on a hot coal or in a fire, they release strong vibrations to clear out unwanted energy. It has also been known to attract friendly or protective spirits.
Traditionally known as a visionary and magicakal herb, mugwort can also be used to banish unwanted energies and spirits when burned.
Pine, particulary white pine, holds a powerful protection, of the god force. Each leaf pundle contains five needles, like a five pointed flower. Such flowers often possess the powers of protection attributed to the pentacle.
Sweet fern is a magically diverse plant. It is used most to repel insects. When burned, it us used to repel all unwanted pests and energy. Sweet fern works well with mugwort and juniper.
This is traditionally sage, but a combination can be made, and quite effectively, as a mixture of sage, pine, cedar, sweet ferm and lavender. They can also be used seperately.
Balm of Gilead
St John's Wort