Magickal Herbal House Washes

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There are several ways to create a magical floor wash. The simplest is to place herbs that correspond to what you are trying to achieve in a bowl. Pour hot water over the herbs and let them steep for 10 to 15 minutes; drain the liquid into a bucket and add warm tap water and the cleaning product of your choice. Soaps and products made with pine oil are good choices. Use the mix to clean floors, walls, door frames, and windowsills. Always be careful with the type and color of herb used, to avoid staining. You can use an herbal wash to cleanse your home of negative energies or to promote positive feelings, such as love or calm. When doing the actual cleaning, wash clockwise when drawing positive things to you, counter-clockwise when ridding your home of unwanted energies.

Good Luck Wash

  • 2 chamomile tea bags
  • 1 part marjoram
  • 1 part oregano
  • a handful of peanut shells

Health and Healing Wash

  • 2 parts sage
  • 2 parts thyme
  • 2 parts rosemary
  • 1 part salt
  • 1 part dill
  • a handful of shredded coconut
  • a handful of pine needles (if available)

Protection Wash

  • 2 parts rosemary
  • 2 parts basil
  • 2 large bay leaves
  • 2 parts ginger
  • 1 part dried garlic
  • 1 part black pepper

Four Thieves Wash (to repel illness and for protection)

  • 1 part rosemary
  • 1 part black salt
  • a splash of Four Thieves vinegar

Heartbreak Ease Wash

  • 1 part fennel seed
  • 1 part marjoram
  • 1 part fresh or dried chives
  • a handful of raw almonds

Stress Management Wash

  • 2 chamomile tea bags
  • 1 part culinary sage
  • 1 part fennel seed
  • ½ part salt
  • ½ part ground cloves

Happy Marriage Mix (use after an argument to heal emotions, also good for anniversary dates and days that are special to you and your spouse)

  • 1 part marjoram
  • 1 part dried apple peel
  • 1 whole star anise
  • ½ part fennel seed
  • 1 chamomile tea bag

Successful Business Wash

  • 2 parts basil
  • 2 parts culinary sage
  • 1 part mint
  • a splash of champagne vinegar (or white vinegar)