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Blackberry Leaf magical properties

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Blackberry Leaf magical properties – In witchcraft and magic, blackberry leaf is used to either send evil back to its source or drive it away. The goddess Brigit is revered, and the leaves and berries can be used in rituals. People often use blackberry leaves for their protective, prosperous, and restorative properties. Use it to dress magic candles, stuff poppets, cast money or healing spells, cleanse the floor, take a ritual bath, dress incense, or stuff poppets.

Some ancient Pagan deities in Europe held blackberries in high esteem, and the fruit was frequently employed in rituals. Some Wiccans use this plant during the harvest festivals of Lughnasadh and Mabon.

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Blackberry Leaf magical properties – In witchcraft and magic, blackberry leaf is used to either send evil back to its source or drive it away. The goddess Brigit is revered, and the leaves and berries can be used in rituals. People often use blackberry leaves for their protective, prosperous, and restorative properties. Use it to dress magic candles, stuff poppets, cast money or healing spells, cleanse the floor, take a ritual bath, dress incense, or stuff poppets.

Some ancient Pagan deities in Europe held blackberries in high esteem, and the fruit was frequently employed in rituals. Some Wiccans use this plant during the harvest festivals of Lughnasadh and Mabon. Add blackberry leaves to a potent incense blend or a protective herbal brew, or use the leaves in a spell to bring you money. You can brew a therapeutic infusion with blackberry leaves to use in the bath or include them into a charm pouch.

Blackberry leaves are sometimes used in spells that aim to bring financial success. The silver coin is held in place by a huge Blackberry Leaves, which have been wrapped in gold or green thread.

Blackberry When calling on Brigit, the goddess of medicine, poetry, holy wells, and witchcraft, it is common practice to offer up a handful of leaves or a handful of berries.

Planet: Venus
Element: Water