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MM's Corner

Crockpot Magick

Posted by Mother Moon on August 11, 2016 at 10:40 AM

The process of simmering herbs has been used in magick for as far back as anyone can remember.

These days, we call this process potpourri and it used in many magickal traditions.

To make your own magickal potpouri, all you need is a single serve/ small crockpot and you've got yourself a magickal tool that can be used in thousands of different ways.

And best of all, you can get most of these ingredients at your local whole food supplier or grocery store.

You can also simmer these pot mixtures on the stove but if you plan to do so, add at least 1 more cup of water to each recipe and make sure that you monitor them. Simmer no more than 2 hours.

Purification Pot

This recipe is used to clear useless and stagnant energy, calm a chaotic household and remove tension. 

This pot should only be used when you are able to have a window or door open so that the energies it chases has a way to get out.

2 cups of water

1 tablespoon lemon peel

1 tablespoon lime peel

1 tablespoon rosemary

1 tablespoon spearmint

5 tablespoons peppermint

A pinch of sage


Love Pot

This recipe can be used to enhance and strengthen an already present love (both in the sense of partnership and family), attract new love, calm a chaotic home, and aid you in loving yourself.

2 cups of water

3 tablespoons rose petals 

2 tablespoons camomile 

2 tablespoon lavender

1 teaspoon of ground cinnamon (or 2 cinnamon sticks broken into pieces)

1 vanilla bean (or 2 caps of natural vanilla)

You can use this as often as you like. Even daily. 

Money Pot

This recipe is used to remove financial blockages or at least make them clear to you, open opportunity, attract wealth, boost creative wealth and promote prosperity.

2 cups of water

4 tablespoon cardamom seeds

2 tablespoons of whole cloves

2 whole nutmegs (or 1 teaspoon of ground nutmeg)

1 teaspoon ground ginger

1 teaspoon of ground cinnamon (or 2 cinnamon sticks broken into pieces)

A great charging mantra that you can use while mixing your ingredients:

These money troubles are not to be; bring financial luck to me!

Protection Pot

This recpie can safeguard your home and family from negative influence and energies. It can also clear a home of negative energy.

This pot should only be used when you are able to have a window or door open so that the energies it chases has a way to get out.

2 cups of water

3 whole bay leaves

1 tablespoon basil

4 tablespoons rosemary

2 tablespoons sage 

1 tablespoon fennel

1 teaspoon whole juniper berries

1 teaspoon dill seed

A pinch of salt

A pinch of garlic - can be dried, fresh or wet

Psychic Pot

This recipe is used to stimulate and enhance your psychic power. You can use this pot during any type of divination endeavor as well as at night to enhance your dreams.

2 cups water

1 tablespoon anise (or 3 whole stars)

1 tablespoon lemongrass

1 tablespoon rose petals

1 tablespoon thyme

3 tablespoons galangal

1/2 teaspoon mace

1/2 teaspoon of saffron

Magickal Pot

This recipe is used to enhance and boost your personal power both before and during any magickal rite.

This mixture should be shut off following your ritual and ingredients should be buried or disposed of in a proper magickal way while still warm.

3 cups water

Petals from one whole red carnation

1 tablespoon ground cloves

2 tablespoons ground ginger

4 tablespoons allspiece

4 tablespoons dried orange peel

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Reply Onyx
4:47 AM on August 22, 2016 
Most Excellent!😊 Definitely very useful!
Reply Ninja
4:52 PM on August 17, 2016 
Now I can finally use my crockpot for something other than Costco stew.
Reply foodog
8:24 PM on August 14, 2016 
Thanks,MM,for sharing! :)