Categories

Site Information

 Loading... Please wait...
Menu

​Using Mistletoe for Love and Protection

Posted on

Using Mistletoe for Love and Protection

Mistletoe is good for more than just sneaking a kiss under. It is used in rituals for good luck, protection, prosperity, peace, spiritual healing, and more. Whether used alone or in combination with other herbs, there are few things it cannot do. If you have not had the chance to work with this powerful herb, consider giving it a try and seeing just what it can do to help fulfill your magical and spiritual needs.

About Mistletoe

Mistletoe is a parasitic evergreen. This means that it cannot grow on its own, it depends on another plant for survival -- usually oak, ash, hawthorn, or apple trees. Though mistletoe is not good for humans to eat, the seeds are spread by birds. For this reason, people thought the plant sprung up from bird droppings. The plant sends out clusters of three flowers each May, and produces berries in December. Since it stays green all year round and does not grow from the earth, it was (and still is) regarded as a very sacred, spiritually powerful herb.

Mistletoe Prosperity Magic

Adding mistletoe leaves to prosperity mojos or charm bags increases their potency and money-drawing abilities. Use a green mojo bag, and add prosperity herbs like five finger grass, Irish moss, and all spice. You can also include coins, citrine or jade stones, and any other symbols that you feel resonate with money-drawing energy. Either add the mistletoe leaves directly to the bag, or attach a sprig or piece of wood to the outside. Bless, charge, and feed your bag, and carry it on you.

If you like, you can also add mistletoe oil to blends for anointing charms to bring in money.

Mistletoe for Protection

Hang sprigs of mistletoe, or charms made of the wood, in your home to help protect the occupants. You can also make protective amulets or jewelry out of the wood, and wear when you are going into danger to help ensure your safety. People used to lay sprigs of it around a "hand of glory" candle and burn it to protect their homes against thieves, but you can do the same by using a Protection Custom Scented candle. Set it on a fireproof surface, and surround with sprigs or dried leaves of mistletoe. Light the candle, sit quietly, and make a short request for protection from your deities, saints, ancestors, or guardian spirits. When you are ready, snuff the candle. Repeat as often as you need to, especially right before going into danger.

Using Mistletoe to Attract Love

Hanging mistletoe in your home helps draw love and protect relationships. Combine mistletoe leaves with other love-drawing herbs, like elecampagne and vervain. As you combine them, say,

"Herbs of love, bring me the perfect romance."

Add them to a pink charm or mojo bag, grind to a powder, or keep on a dish on a love altar. This works best if you do not have a specific person in mind. It is good to know the traits you want in a lover, but love spells are more successful when the energy is not directed to a specific person. Sit down with a piece of parchment and some magical ink, and write down all of the traits you seek. Should they be attractive? A good parent? Wealthy? Kind? Whatever you need, write it down. Fold the parchment up and either dust with love powder, or place under a rose quartz crystal and keep on your love altar.

Chasing Away Evil Using Mistletoe

Mistletoe is a potent herb for breaking jinxes and keeping evil away. While it can be used preemptively, for protection, it can also be used to deal with hexes and jinxes that already exist. Combine it with jinx-breaking herbs like rue and burn on charcoal. The smoke will help repel evil and disrupt malevolent magic that has been used against you.

Healing with Mistletoe

Though mistletoe is not safe to ingest, it still has powerful healing energy. American mistletoe can be added to baths for spiritual healing, or placed around a candle and prayed over. Consider combining with blessed thistle or peppermint leaves, brewing, and adding to bathwater to bring about a spiritual cleansing and healing.

Mistletoe figures heavily in folklore everywhere it grows. This little evergreen plant, with its flowers and white winter berries, packs a powerful spiritual punch and a lot of versatility in a tiny package. Whether you wish for protection, healing, money, or love, using mistletoe can help you achieve your goals.

Mistletoe is good for more than just sneaking a kiss under. It is used in rituals for good luck, protection, prosperity, peace, spiritual healing, and more. Whether used alone or in combination with other herbs, there are few things it cannot do. If you have not had the chance to work with this powerful herb, consider giving it a try and seeing just what it can do to help fulfill your magical and spiritual needs.

About Mistletoe

Mistletoe is a parasitic evergreen. This means that it cannot grow on its own, it depends on another plant for survival -- usually oak, ash, hawthorn, or apple trees. Though mistletoe is not good for humans to eat, the seeds are spread by birds. For this reason, people thought the plant sprung up from bird droppings. The plant sends out clusters of three flowers each May, and produces berries in December. Since it stays green all year round and does not grow from the earth, it was (and still is) regarded as a very sacred, spiritually powerful herb.

Mistletoe Prosperity Magic

Adding mistletoe leaves to prosperity mojos or charm bags increases their potency and money-drawing abilities. Use a green mojo bag, and add prosperity herbs like five finger grass, Irish moss, and all spice. You can also include coins, citrine or jade stones, and any other symbols that you feel resonate with money-drawing energy. Either add the mistletoe leaves directly to the bag, or attach a sprig or piece of wood to the outside. Bless, charge, and feed your bag, and carry it on you.

If you like, you can also add mistletoe oil to blends for anointing charms to bring in money.

Mistletoe for Protection

Hang sprigs of mistletoe, or charms made of the wood, in your home to help protect the occupants. You can also make protective amulets or jewelry out of the wood, and wear when you are going into danger to help ensure your safety. People used to lay sprigs of it around a "hand of glory" candle and burn it to protect their homes against thieves, but you can do the same by using a Protection Custom Scented candle. Set it on a fireproof surface, and surround with sprigs or dried leaves of mistletoe. Light the candle, sit quietly, and make a short request for protection from your deities, saints, ancestors, or guardian spirits. When you are ready, snuff the candle. Repeat as often as you need to, especially right before going into danger.

Using Mistletoe to Attract Love

Hanging mistletoe in your home helps draw love and protect relationships. Combine mistletoe leaves with other love-drawing herbs, like elecampagne and vervain. As you combine them, say,

"Herbs of love, bring me the perfect romance."

Add them to a pink charm or mojo bag, grind to a powder, or keep on a dish on a love altar. This works best if you do not have a specific person in mind. It is good to know the traits you want in a lover, but love spells are more successful when the energy is not directed to a specific person. Sit down with a piece of parchment and some magical ink, and write down all of the traits you seek. Should they be attractive? A good parent? Wealthy? Kind? Whatever you need, write it down. Fold the parchment up and either dust with love powder, or place under a rose quartz crystal and keep on your love altar.

Chasing Away Evil Using Mistletoe

Mistletoe is a potent herb for breaking jinxes and keeping evil away. While it can be used preemptively, for protection, it can also be used to deal with hexes and jinxes that already exist. Combine it with jinx-breaking herbs like rue and burn on charcoal. The smoke will help repel evil and disrupt malevolent magic that has been used against you.

Healing with Mistletoe

Though mistletoe is not safe to ingest, it still has powerful healing energy. American mistletoe can be added to baths for spiritual healing, or placed around a candle and prayed over. Consider combining with blessed thistle or peppermint leaves, brewing, and adding to bathwater to bring about a spiritual cleansing and healing.

Mistletoe figures heavily in folklore everywhere it grows. This little evergreen plant, with its flowers and white winter berries, packs a powerful spiritual punch and a lot of versatility in a tiny package. Whether you wish for protection, healing, money, or love, using mistletoe can help you achieve your goals.