In The Hearth Witch's Kitchen Herbal: Culinary Herbs for Magic, Beauty, and Health, author Anna Franklin creates a wonderfully informative and easy-to-read tome of common kitchen herbs and how they might be used in medicinal recipes, magical recipes, spells, and even incense. Wonderful for anyone trying to start their journey in magical herbalism.
The back of the book reads:
Herbal Wisdom the Hearth Witch Way
Includes more than 150 recipes for tea, infusions, tinctures, syrups, baths, salves, balms, compresses, poultices, oils, creams, potions, candles, and much more.
The Hearth Witch's Kitchen Herbal is an herbal with a difference -- it shows how to use the herbs and spices most of us already have in our kitchens for home remedies, personal care, spiritual practice, spells, and rituals. The follow-up to the bestselling Hearth Witch's Compendium, this practical guide includes more than 150 recipes and focuses on twenty-three common culinary herbs and spices. For each plant, you will discover magical correspondences, culinary uses, cosmetic uses, medicinal uses, notes of caution, recipes, and lore. Also discover how to combine herbs with astrology, colors, and elemental energies for powerful magical workings. From basil to turmeric and incenses to syrups, this useful kitchen herbal is designed to help you expand your Hearth Witch skills for a more natural and magical life.
Basil, Black Pepper, Caraway, Cardamom, Cayenne, Cinnamon, Clove, Coriander, Cumin, Dill, Fennel, Fenugreek, Garlic, Ginger, Lemon, Mints, Oats, Oregano, Parsley, Rosemary, Sage, Thyme, Turmeric
Anna Franklin is a third-degree witch and high priestess of the Hearth of Arianrhod. She is the author of twenty-eight books -- including The Hearth Witch's Compendium -- and the creator of the Sacred Circle Tarot, Fairy Ring Oracle, and the Pagan Ways Tarot. Her books have been translated into nine languages. She has contributed hundreds of articles to Pagan magazines and has appeared on television and radio. Anna lives in the English Midlands in the United Kingdom. Visit her online at www.AnnaFranklin.co.uk