Herbs dictionary

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Asafoetida is also known as Ferula Assafoetida.

In hoodoo it is known as devil’s dung. It has been called stinking gum and the food of the Gods. As an powder, Asafoetida has both a bitter taste and foul smell. Due to these properties, Asafoetida has truly earned the name the nickname “devil’s dung”.


The herb originates from the Middle East and grows approximately six feet in length with bright yellow flowers, which clump together in clusters. The stem and roots are hollow and contain an organic liquid akin to sulfur. Although the herb may be used to spice some dishes and impart its distinct flavor, the herb itself cannot be eaten raw. Doing so is guaranteed to induce severe diarrhea and vomiting.

Medical uses...

Devil’s dung has long been used as a medicine. Helping ingestion is one if it's qualities. The herbal medicine is prepared by brewing the herb in hot water to make tea. This drink will have a very pungent smell, but is very effective against stomach ailments, cold symptoms, anxiety disorders, chronic fatigue, yeast infection, and painful flatulence. Research even suggests that regular intake of devil’s dung during the early stages of pregnancy will lower the chance of having a miscarriage. In India, it is also said to be able to stimulate and possibly improve a person’s mental faculties.

Magical uses...

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Asafoetida is also known for its abilities to repel evil forces as well as lawful authorities. It may even be used with certain incantations to harm one’s enemies.

A spell to protect yourself against another...

To prevent a person from harming you, burn the devil’s dung on charcoal. While this is burning call out for your demands. Do this by thinking of the devil. If ever you wish to carry out a spell to reverse work that has been carried out on you, conduct the following: you need to get a bottle and add in the following combinations: devil’s dung with some vandal root. Also, put in black hen feathers as these are used for warding off evil. Include black arts powder - a few spoonfuls. and if possible some hair of the person. Mix these all together in a bottle. After they are mixed you need to seal this with black candle’s wax.

Then bury it in a place where the person is likely to walk over it. If you don’t want other magic-users to know that you’ve been playing with devil’s dung, wash your hands with Florida water or cologne.


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