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Hibiscus for Love & Passion

The hibiscus, a vibrant gem of Mother Nature's wisdom, originates from tropical and subtropical regions worldwide. Its mesmerizing blossoms, ranging from crimson to cerulean, unfurl like sacred mandalas, revealing the secrets of the universe in their delicate folds. A flower of fire and water, it ignites passion and purifies the spirit, embodying the alchemy of cosmic energies. With its captivating allure, the hibiscus resonates with love, beauty, and transformation, making it a potent ally in rituals and spells. As we embrace the hibiscus's essence, we connect to the universal dance, and in its presence, we find solace and courage to embrace my true essence as a luminous star in the cosmic symphony of creation.

Our hibiscus comes in a sealable bag with a weight of 0.37 oz and was packaged with gloves. We recommend doing a skin test to make sure you are not allergic if you plan on using hibiscus topically.

 Ancient Use of Hibiscus:

In ancient Egypt, hibiscus was associated with fertility and regeneration, and it was offered to the goddess Isis during fertility rituals. In ancient Greece, the hibiscus flower was linked to Aphrodite, the goddess of love and beauty, and it was used in love spells and charms. 

In ancient Rome, hibiscus was considered a symbol of wealth and luxury. It was introduced to Rome from Egypt, and the wealthy Romans cherished the exotic flower. They used hibiscus blossoms to add fragrance and color to their baths, and it became a popular ornamental plant in their gardens and courtyards.

In Ayurvedic medicine, hibiscus was valued for its medicinal properties and was used to support heart health and promote digestion. In traditional Chinese medicine, hibiscus, known as "shuǐ yuè" or "water moon," was used to promote healthy digestion and soothe the stomach. In ancient India, hibiscus was used as a natural hair conditioner and was thought to promote hair growth. In African countries, hibiscus was made into a flavorful and nutritious tea, known as "bissap" or "sobolo," which is still popular today. 

Some cultures believed that wearing hibiscus flowers in the hair or using them in love spells could attract romantic attention. In some parts of the world, hibiscus tea was considered a symbol of hospitality, and it was offered to guests as a welcoming gesture.

Hibiscus has also been linked to themes of transformation and regeneration. In some cultures, hibiscus was used in rituals related to birth and fertility, symbolizing new beginnings and the cycle of life. In Hawaii, hibiscus flowers were used to make leis and were given as symbols of respect and honor.

How to Use Hibiscus:

Love and Passion: Hibiscus is often connected with matters of the heart, love, and romance. It can be used in love spells, charms, sex magick and rituals to attract love, enhance passion in relationships, or draw a soulmate into one's life.

Attraction and Charisma: The vibrant and alluring nature of hibiscus flowers makes them suitable for spells and rituals aimed at increasing personal magnetism, charm, and attractiveness.

Divination and Psychic Awareness: Hibiscus is believed to heighten intuition and enhance psychic abilities. It can be used in meditation, divination practices, and dreamwork to foster spiritual insights and connect with the subconscious. Using it before bed can boost prophetic dreams.

Beauty and Self-Care: Hibiscus is known for its beauty-enhancing properties. It can be used in bath rituals, facial steams, and beauty spells to promote self-love, self-care, and a sense of inner radiance.

Protection and Purification: Hibiscus has a reputation for dispelling negative energies and protecting against malevolent forces. It can be used in cleansing rituals to purify spaces or to create protective amulets.

Healing and Wellness: In some magical traditions, hibiscus is associated with healing properties. It can be incorporated into healing spells or used to boost overall well-being.

Chakra: Heart

Zodiac: Libra, Cancer, Taurus

Planet: Venus

Element: Water

Deities: Aphrodite, Kali, Pele, Venus

Ways to Use Hibiscus in Spells & Rituals:

Hibiscus Tea: Brewing hibiscus flowers into a tea, often known as "hibiscus tea" or "roselle tea," is a common and delightful way to incorporate its energies into magical practices. Drinking the tea with focused intent can enhance its magical effects.

Bath Rituals: Adding dried hibiscus flowers or hibiscus-infused oil to bathwater can create a soothing and spiritually cleansing experience. This can be especially powerful when used in love, self-care, or purification rituals.

Spell Jars and Sachets: Hibiscus flowers can be included in spell jars or sachets to add specific energies to the intended outcome of the spell. Combining hibiscus with other compatible herbs and crystals can amplify its magical potency.

Incense and Smudging: Dried hibiscus petals can be mixed with other herbs to create a unique incense blend or used in smudging rituals to cleanse and purify spaces.

Candle Magic: Using hibiscus-infused oil to anoint candles for various magical workings can infuse the candle with the flower's energies, amplifying the intent of the spell.

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Hibiscus for Love & Passion
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