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    From: Witch of the Old World Book Herbs
    by: Lady Abigail


    This is another sadly misunderstood herb. You will find most farmers and gardeners will pull this baby up at first sight which is actually sad. Dock is full of healing and magickal powers. Dock has a sharp refreshing taste and is great added to all kinds of

    Folk Names;
    Broad Leaf Sorrel, Little Vinegar Plant and Yellow Dock.

    Magickal Powers;
    Healing, Business, Fertility and Money.

    I learned from my Great Grandmother many ways to use Dock in magick. I believe that one of the most important powers of Dock is in fertility magick. A potion made using Dock will ingress the ability for becoming pregnant. This potion is taken by both the woman and man.

    Fertility Potion;

    You’ll Need;
    1 Cups of Dock, dried or 1 1/2 fresh.
    1 Cup of Licorice Stick Herb, broken up.
    1/4 Cup of Sunflower petals.
    4 Cups Boiling Water.
    1 Cup Water.
    1/2 Cup Honey

    Put all the ingredients into a large jar that has a sealing lid. Pour the water over the herbs and seal on the lid. Allow to cool and place it in your refrigerator for 13 hours. Strain out all the herbs and put the liquid into another boil. Heat the one cup of water and 1/2 cup of honey together until blended, not boiling and stir it into the infused liquid. Keep it in an airtight bottle in your refrigerate and take 1 tablespoon everyday from 9 days past the females last cycle. (End of her last period.) If a new cycle begins, stop the potion until the next 9 days past again.

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    Make sure you don’t have any allergies or reactions to any of the herbs used in this potion before you begin taking it.

    Medical Uses;

    Dock has a high vitamin content and can be eaten, or added to foods. Teas and tinctures made using Dock are great for excess thirst, and will reduce fevers as well as there a natural diuretic and relive some kidney and liver problems. Poultices from the leaves of Dock will treat acne, cold sores and minor wound infections.
    The root made into a tonic is a mild laxative but will also ease constipation by balancing your bodies needs. The tonic put on the skin will help treat psoriasis.


    Dock is used in many spring tonics to clean out the bodies system.
    The reddish part of the stalk will make a grayish blue dye.

    Author Lady Abigail – Information via Witch of the Old World Book of Herbs by: Lady Abigail on CD. All rights reserved under the US copyright laws and statues. Copyright © 12312011. For more information or see to purchase see: The Glass Witch Magick Shoppe: http://www.theglasswitchmagickshoppe.com/product/witch-of-the-old-world-cd-book-of-herbs-by-lady-abigail

    * Because we have to: The Don't be Stupid Clause or Disclaimer … If you are allergic to this herb don’t use it.

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