Power: Courage and good luck
These are very poisonous, so do not have them around children. They are said to make any wishes come true, keep illness from the home (when used in a house sachet), bring luck and money and to bring courage to overcome any obstacles.
Lucky Hand Root
Power: Employment, games of chance
Another rare type of orchid with a spicy smell, usually shaped like a hand and the size of an average button. Good for all career matters and also for travel, winning competitions, gambling and financial risks. Carry separately if you are entering a contest, acting singing or dancing in public.
Low John the Conqueror, Galangal
Power: Justice, success in all official matters
Protects against injustice. Good in a bag to resolve legal matters, to help with examinations and to increase passion, good fortune and family happiness. Carry in your pocket separately to a court case, tribunal or enquiry for a speedy and satisfactory resolution. You can substitute ginger root.
Power: Healing, granting wishes
These tear-like seeds are protection against any sorrow and are said to absorb pain or sickness. Three in a bag bring good luck and seven will grant wishes made when the bag is sealed. They also help to prevent accidents befalling the individual who carries them in a bag, and household accidents if kept indoors near the stairs or kitchen.
High John the Conqueror
Power: Money, success
This brown, nut-like root is poisonous, so if you have children in the house, substitute Low John. It is good for success, money and to bring protection against psychic attack or ill wishers. Place in a healing bag for protection against depression.
Power: Fertility, banishing harm
Use with a pink piece of cloth in your Gris Gris bags for fertility, marriage and general happiness and maybe surprisingly, use a piece of yellow cloth to bring luck to fishermen.
Good in bags generally for banishing fear or danger and for protection of property against bad weather, especially storms; also for an increased awareness of nature essences and in any fey magick or wishes.
Power: Wishes, lasting love
White heather brings good luck and the granting of wishes (especially if found growing wild). Purple heather brings the promise of eternal love.
Modern gypsies have substituted rosemary in bloom for heather as a luck and love bringer and you can also.
Power: Protection, employment
A pointed cleft root, good in bags to get a job, especially in hard times or after a period of unemployment; to attract money; for good luck in any area of your life; for money and to protection against physical harm.
Power: Courage, passion
Use the root in bags or separately to bring courage, for male potency and for passion in both sexes; also a natural money attracter.
Power: Protection of the home/healing
Use the root in a bag for happiness and protection in the home, in healing bags or alone as a charm to bring angelic influences into your life. The root also brings psychic awareness and luck in speculation and money matters where there is a risk.