HERBS & ROOTS FOR GOOD LUCK - AN ANNA RIVA EXCERPT
Alfalfa - A small conjure bag or sachet of this in the cupboard to bring good luck to the home and protect against poverty.
Arabic gum- Add this to any incense and burn to attract good vibrations.
Basil- Soak a half cup of fresh basil in a pint of water for three days. The water is then sprinkled at the entrance and in the aisles of a place of business to attract trade and customers. This also helps to ward against thieves and crooks.
Blessed Thistle - Boil, strain, and add the water to a bath to gain many blessings spiritual, physical, and financial.
Chamomile - Wash your hands in some chamomile tea before gambling or playing slots. Persistent use is sure to bring results.
Damiana- A little bit of this herb in your pocket or in a sachet is said to be good for attracting luck. You should replace this charm once a week.
Grains of Paradise - A popular Haitian charm, , these are carried on one’s ouanga bag to make yourself lucky in all matters.
Joy Pye Weed/ Queen of the Meadow - People are compelled to be generous to the person carrying this root.
Little John- Chew some of it, spit out the juices don’t swallow.
Lovage- An herb of the sun use, it to attract wealth and glory.
May Apple - If you carry some of this in the same pocket as your money and you will never go broke.
Star Anise - Carried as a luck charm.
Yellow Dock- Brew a tea and use it for your doorknobs at your place of business or home to attract good fortune.