ALFALFA – magical properties – a powerful ingredient used in money drawing work. Kept in the home to insure there is always plenty of food and money on hand. Carry alfalfa in the wallet when doing banking or meeting a loan officer.
Health, fortune, and prosperity are associated with alfalfa. It is used by hoodoo practitioners as a herb for attracting money as well as for asset protection (i.e., Money Stay With Me spells). Instead of being infused or burned like incense, the herb is typically added to spells and charms in its dried form. Alfalfa sachets can be carried by gamblers for good fortune at the gaming table. The same charm is said to motivate people to show you generosity.
Alfalfa is frequently allocated to Jupiter as a luck-bringing plant without much difficulty, as it has Jupiterian tendencies to supply and flourish abundantly wherever it is planted.
Alfalfa is a feminine earth element herb. Venus is the planet that rules it.
Burn some of this herb and distribute the ashes around around your property’s perimeter and buildings to protect it.
Make an amulet out of alfalfa strands to protect against poverty.
To fend off disease, bring money into the home, and for general grounding, use alfalfa in your magical cooking.
Alfalfa is a quintessential herb of the zodiac sign Taurus, as it is a favorite diet of cattle. Taurus lends it some Venusian credibility (which is ruled by Venus). Signifies happiness and satisfaction of life, whether you’re a cow or a person.
For a spell to pull money, scatter alfalfa around the base of a green candle.
To guarantee that your family will always have enough food, keep a jar of dried Alfalfa in the pantry. Any type of money spells should include alfalfa leaf (mojo bags, candles, and spell bottles, for instance). It is appropriate for achieving all worthwhile financial objectives, including obtaining a bank loan, winning a prize, or expanding a firm. You’re supposed to be able to hold onto your last dollar by keeping a pinch of alfalfa in your wallet.
A vigorous ground cover plant with a lovely, grassy scent is alfalfa. Since at least the ancient Greeks and Romans, it has been grown for use as animal fodder. Alfalfa is a nutritious food that is rich in critical vitamins and protein. It is easily dried so that livestock will have food over the winter. The word “alfalfa” is derived from an Arabic phrase that means “father of all meals” because of how highly regarded the plant was as a food source. Usually in the form of immature sprouts or incorporated into salads, humans also appreciate alfalfa.