Ginger root, also known simply as ginger, is a spicy and aromatic underground rhizome of the plant Zingiber officinale. The ginger plant belongs to the Zingiberaceae family and is native to Southeast Asia. It has been cultivated for thousands of years and has become a staple ingredient in cuisines around the world. The ginger root has a knobby and fibrous appearance, with a pale-yellowish flesh inside.
Ginger root is used for increasing your energy! It is a fantastic herb for getting back into your personal power and it also brings good luck. Can also be used in sex magic and healing spells.
Our Ginger Root comes in a sealable bag with a weight of 41 grams (1.44 oz), and was packaged with gloves. We recommend doing a skin test to make sure you are not allergic if you plan on using Ginger Root topically.
Ancient Use of Ginger Root:
Ginger is associated with numerous folklore beliefs and superstitions. In many cultures, ginger is considered a symbol of love, and it is used in love spells and charms to attract romance and passion. Ginger brings luck and prosperity, and can be placed in the pockets or wallets of travelers to ensure a safe journey.
In addition to its love and luck symbolism, ginger is regarded as a protective herb. It is hung in doorways and windows to ward off evil spirits and negative energies. In some cultures, ginger is used in cleansing rituals to purify spaces and dispel negative influences.
How to use Ginger Root:
Ginger is strongly associated with the element of fire due to its spicy and warming nature. It embodies the energy of passion, courage, and creativity. When used in spells or rituals, ginger can ignite the flames of desire and motivation, bringing determination and fervor to one's intentions.
Ginger is considered a protective herb. Its fiery energy acts as a shield, warding off negative influences, malevolent spirits, and harmful energies. Placing ginger in the home or carrying it as an amulet can create a protective barrier.
Ginger's fiery energy also extends to matters of the heart, making it a powerful herb for love spells and attraction rituals. It enhances passion, strengthens existing relationships, and attracts romantic connections.
In some magical practices, ginger is associated with luck and prosperity. It is used to draw good fortune, success, and abundance into one's life. Ginger can be added to charm bags or rituals focused on financial prosperity and career advancement.
Due to its stimulating and invigorating qualities, ginger enhances psychic awareness and intuition. It can be used in rituals or spellwork aimed at developing psychic abilities and connecting with higher realms.
Ginger's fiery nature also aligns with themes of success and achievement. It can be incorporated into spells or rituals to boost confidence, ambition, and determination, aiding in the pursuit of goals and aspirations.
Chakra: Solar Plexus
How to Use Ginger in a Spell or Ritual:
To make a money incense, you will need a mortar and pestle and money herbs. First you're going to set your intention and I like to blow my intention into my mortar, or you can do a visualization. Herbs for money include Alfalfa leaf, Cinnamon, Basil, Peppermint, Clove, or Nutmeg. Add Ginger to speed it up! Grind it all up in your mortar and pestle. Grind in circles clockwise to bring it in, counterclockwise (moonwise) to release or protect. In this case, we want to bring it all in so we will grind it up clockwise. Once it's a consistency you're happy with, you can add essential oils or ritual oils like Rich Bitch Oil, Commanding Oil, or maybe even Love Drawing Oil if you want to bring in a lover with money. Add this to a charcoal disk to burn, or sprinkle the mixture onto candles or around door ways. Pair this with our Rich Bitch Spray or our Abundance Spell. Companion crystals would be green aventurine, tiger's eye, jade, amethyst, amazonite, citrine, rutilated quartz, green calcite or moss agate.
Herbs can be used to make sachets, incense mixtures, bath teas and more! Make sure you do your research before using any herb to make sure they are safe for the purpose you intend. We are not responsible for what you do with your herbs once they are in your hands.
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