When you consider books about herbs and/or herbalism you might see a vast ocean of books that appear to be the same. However, when you’ve received or purchased as many as I have, you learn there can be subtle or vast differences between texts. Some books are very much treatment based, as in they discuss how to use herbs to treat illness and promote health. Others, like the one we’re going to discuss today are filled with folklore, histories, and historical treatments.
“Herbal Magick: A guide to herbal enchantments, folklore, and divination” by Gerina Dunwich is a wonderful book for anyone interested in the magical folklore of herbs. The book is beautifully bound with lovely illustrations. Dunwich pulls on a variety resources to display the use of herbs from cultures around the world and throughout history. Given the diversity of content, “Herbal Magick” is a great book for anyone with any sort of magical interest in herbs, be they a beginner or an experienced user.
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