Bayberry is used to draw money. You can combine this root with cinnamon, blue flag, alfalfa leaf and Irish moss - to name a few and add to a mojo, gris-gris or oil lamp. Collect dirt from a bank and prosperous business, grind bayberry, cinnamon chips, blue flag, alfalfa, Irish Moss into a powder - use to dress candles, money, etc.
Medicinal uses and benefits of Bayberry are: Make a poultice - combine with slippery elm bark. Bayberry is also used as an insect repellant. Burn some of the bark on a charcoal bit.
Common Name: Candle berry, Southern berry, wax myrtle
Botanical Name: Morella cerifera (L.)
No known precautions. Although I do recommend if you intend to use this herb medicinally, you seek the advice of a qualified health practitioner, especially while pregnant and nursing.
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