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Gentian root chips
Gentian is an herb that grows in mountainous regions.
There is documentary evidence to show that this herb has been used for over 2,000 years primarily in digestive bitters and teas.
Gentian also goes by the name Bitter Root, yellow Gentian and Hochwurzel. It is considered a masculine plant and has been associated with the power of the planet Mars and the element Fire.
- Help with your love life.
- Warn off evil.
Gentian is known for its love drawing quality. It may be added to love baths and sachets.
Some people will make a tea out of Gentian root chips and add it in their bath water to attract and hold a lover. Others carry the chips in a red mojo bag, that has been dressed with Love Me Oil or Come to Me Oil, together. Add the name and a bit of hair of the person they desire or love and herbs.
Burn Gentian root chips on charcoal as you light red candles and make a prayer request for aid in your love affairs. Mix with Cochineal, Saffron, Snake Root, Salt of Wormwood and rind of ten Oranges and Brandy to make an Elixir of Potency.
Mix Gentian root chips with at least 3 other herbs such as: Daisy, Catnip, Black snake root , Birthroot, Paintbrush, Jasmine, Khus-khus, Lady’s Mantle, Laurel and Lavender. Add 7 drops of Strawberry Oil, 7 drops of Musk Oil, 10 drops of Lavender Oil and 3 drops of Rosemary Oil and put in a red or pink flannel bag.
Anoint the bag with Rose Oil and wear or carry the bag with you, touching it whenever you see or are near your ex-lover for a reunion.
Gentian is also known to add a great deal of power when added to incense and sachets. It may also be used in protection and to break hexes and curses.