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A Feverfew Potion

Color of the day:  Turquoise
Incense of the day:  Jasmine
In June, feverfew is at its peak in my herb garden. Its tiny white flowers add a casual charm to the border. Although used as a medicinal plant, feverfew also has many magical qualities. Planted near the home, it protects the property from negativity, and being ruled by Venus, it is also useful in love magic. A feverfew potion is easy to make and has many magical uses. Begin by cutting a few stems of feverfew-include flowers, stems, and leaves. Cut stems into small pieces and add to a cup of boiling water. Turn off the heat and allow this brew to steep for five minutes. When cool, strain liquid into a spray bottle, then discard the plant material. Use this magical potion to cleanse magical tools such as a magic mirror, or to purify a space of negativity. And for some love magic, mist a love letter before sending.

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