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    Herbs with warding properties

    So I've been looking for herbs that have warding properties, I need one more for the gris gris bag im making, something that isn't Dill, Rosemary, Thyme, Sage, Salt, Parsley, Garlic, or Rose.

    Could you guys help me out?

    I'm coming up with nothing.

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    Re: Herbs with warding properties

    Quote Originally Posted by xGypsy13x View Post
    So I've been looking for herbs that have warding properties, I need one more for the gris gris bag im making, something that isn't Dill, Rosemary, Thyme, Sage, Salt, Parsley, Garlic, or Rose.

    Could you guys help me out?

    I'm coming up with nothing.
    Rue, Hyssop, and Black Pepper all immediately come to mind for me. Rue and Hyssop may be a bit trickier to find (at least at a reasonable price, since they're not common culinary herbs) but peppercorns can be had everywhere.

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    Re: Herbs with warding properties

    Quote Originally Posted by Noctua View Post
    Rue, Hyssop, and Black Pepper all immediately come to mind for me. Rue and Hyssop may be a bit trickier to find (at least at a reasonable price, since they're not common culinary herbs) but peppercorns can be had everywhere.
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    Re: Herbs with warding properties

    Quote Originally Posted by xGypsy13x View Post
    So I've been looking for herbs that have warding properties, I need one more for the gris gris bag im making, something that isn't Dill, Rosemary, Thyme, Sage, Salt, Parsley, Garlic, or Rose.

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    Re: Herbs with warding properties

    Quote Originally Posted by xGypsy13x View Post
    So I've been looking for herbs that have warding properties, I need one more for the gris gris bag im making, something that isn't Dill, Rosemary, Thyme, Sage, Salt, Parsley, Garlic, or Rose.

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    Re: Herbs with warding properties

    Quote Originally Posted by xGypsy13x View Post
    So I've been looking for herbs that have warding properties, I need one more for the gris gris bag im making, something that isn't Dill, Rosemary, Thyme, Sage, Salt, Parsley, Garlic, or Rose.

    Could you guys help me out?

    I'm coming up with nothing.
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