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This page contains a list of magical tools and their uses along with how-to's, books, and kitchen recipes. If you are looking for recommendations for books, blogs, websites, shops, podcasts, and more, please check out the Resources page.

Apothecary

Ailment is noted beside the remedy

Syrup of Figs (constipation)
Cinnamon Cough Remedy (cough)
Yarrow Salve (cuts, bruises, and bug bites)
Sore Throat Remedy (sore throat)

Tools

5 Must Have's During A Ritual You Probably Haven't Thought Of (or maybe you have)
5 Unsuspecting Tools of the Hedgewitch
5 Witchcraft Essentials
10 Crystals Every Witch Should Have
10 Herbs Every Witch Should Have 
Crystals for Surgery Recovery
The Broom in Hedgecraft
Representing the Elements Using Crystals
Earth Family Crystals Review
Whirlwood Magic Wands Review

Books/Movies

To see a complete list of my recommendations, please check out the Resources page.
The Book of Altars and Sacred Spaces by Anjou Kirenan
A History of Magic, Witchcraft, and the Occult by DK Publishing
Seasons of Moon and Flame: A Wild Dreamer's Epic Journey of Becoming by Danielle Dulsky
The Sacred Herbs of Spring: Magical, Healing, and Edible Plants to Celebrate Beltaine by Ellen Evert Hopman
Water Witchcraft: Magic and Lore from the Celtic Tradition by Annwyn Avalon
The Magic of Food: Rituals, Offerings, and Why We Eat Together by Gwion Raven
Outside the Charmed Circle: Exploring Gender and Sexuality in Magical Practice by Misha Magdalene
The Modern Witchcraft Guide to Magical Herbs by Judy Ann Nock
True Magic: Unleashing Your Inner Witch by Cyndi Brannen
What is Remembered Lives by Pheonix LeFae
Honoring Your Ancestors by Mallorie Vaudoise
Morbid Magic by Tomas Prower
The Book of Hedge Druidry by Joanna van der Hoeven
Botanical Folk Tales of Britan and Ireland by Lisa Schneidau
The Witch's Book of Spirits by Devin Hunter
The Holy Wild by Danielle Dulsky
Crystal Guide for Beginners by Corrine Kenner
The Sacred Round: A Witch's Guide to Magical Practice by Elen Hawke
The Witch in Every Woman by Laurie Cabot
Witches, Midwives, and Nurses by B. Ehrenreich and  D. English
Garden Witchery, Magic From the Ground Up by Ellen Dugan
Your Book of Shadows by  Patricia Telesco
Hedge Riding by Harmonia Saille
Hedge Witchcraft by Harmonia Saille
The Modern Guide to Witchcraft by Skye Alexander
The Magical Household by Scott Cunningham & David Harrington
Hedge Witch by Rae Beth
Reel Magic: Magical Movies and Shows

18 comments :

  1. I just discovered your site and i love it. Thank you for being here!

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    1. And thank you for reading! I am glad you are enjoying my blog. =D

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  2. I absolutely love your blog. I had a strong interest in the craft, then had a lot of life changes happen and left for a few years, I recently reunited with it and felt like I finally came home. The information here is absolutely delightful and so so helpful thank you!

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  3. If you like Garden Witchery you should read (unless you already have) "Magical Gardens : Myth mulch and marigold" by Patricia Monaghan!!!

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  4. I just wanted to let you know that you and witchywords are my two go to witchcraft blogs. I have learned so much from you. You have been an amazing resource to me.

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    1. Aww! Thank you so much! I am glad to be of help. =D

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  5. I love your blog. I cant wait to get started on my own grimoire and book of shadows. I stumbled across this on pinterest from your post on Crystal's. Very informative.

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    1. I'm glad you are enjoying it! Good luck on your grimoire and book of shadows!

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  6. Just found your blog and glad I did. Very informative and helpful.

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  7. I've been following your blog (off and on) for the past couple of years. As a fellow hedgewitch I find this to be an excellent resource! Informative, practical and beautifully designed. Your blog is my go-to for explaining what a hedgewitch is. Thanks!

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    1. Thank you for reading and following along all these years. I appreciate it and I'm glad you find my blog helpful!

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  8. Hi. I just found your blog today and i am so grateful. Its so relatable and most importantly for me, i understand.
    I have a question about hedge riding. What if i don't have a safe place to start from? I don't have any places i love. My childhood was a disaster. What should i do? I am embarrassed that i don't have anything. One would think at age 45. I would. I have been on my journey pretty much since birth. I have been in and out of toxic relationships. With family and loved ones. I am now focusing on me and healing. Thank you.

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    1. That is perfectly fine! Not all of us have happy memories from childhood, but there are a host of other places you can start from. Do you have a favorite body of water? Water is a very liminal place and can be used to help you travel too and from the Otherworld. Wells, lakes, rivers, and fog are especially associated with astral travel. Even if you don't have a favorite body of water, if you can visualize a body of water and use it as your beginning and ending place. You will have to work on constructing this visualization, especially if you are working from scratch. Flesh out all the details before attempting to ride. This will help ground you in our realm and make travel too and from easier. If you don't flesh our the visualization, you will notice that its harder to travel as you cannot reach a true ASOC and it will likely hinder your ability to come back to our realm, which isn't good. Hopefully this helps. I wish you the best of luck on your journey! Feel free to reach out to me in the comments or shoot me an email/DM if you have any more questions. I'd be happy to assist you further. :)

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  9. thank you for the free printables.It is so refreshing to see generosity in action, not much of that in the world these days. Looking for the good in folks is part of my quest. I appreciate and honour you.

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    1. Of course! I believe knowledge should be easily accessible and free when possible. I'm happy to share my knowledge free of charge!

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