Used to make sure spells are effective.
Ginger is eaten before spells to make them successful.
Since ginger is a spicy and “hot” herb, it is most effective in love spells.
Plant the root to attract money or sprinkle powdered root into pockets or on money for prosperity.
I would also add just a sprinkle of powdered root to love, prosperity, and success spells for an extra kick
Ginger is a strong circulatory stimulant with anti-clotting, anti-inflammatory, and vasodilatory effects.
Ginger may help lower cholesterol, blood pressure, and the risk of blood clots, as well as fight intestinal infections and prevent ulcers.
Ginger is a reliable travel sickness remedy and is helpful for poor digestion, especially accompanied by cold.
Ginger is also good for colic, flatulence, and diarrhea.
Ginger tea will help to sweat out a cold, is anticatarrhal, helpful for coughs, and eases menstrual cramps.
It also improves circulation in cold hands and feet.
Cautions and Contradictions:
Ginger use during pregnancy should be monitored by a doctor because it has an effect on the uterine muscles.
IMPORTANT: Please not the information found on this blog is for reference only; it is not intended to replace a doctor's diagnosis and care.