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Dried Wormwood – Leafy Stem Bunch

This is a bunch of around 6 dried wormwood (Artemisia absinthium) stems

Often used in pagan ceremonies to increase psychic powers and divination, it can also be used in smudge pots or crushed for use in incense. I like to strip off the leaves from the stems and use them separately for smudging or spells.

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Grass tree resin 100g

This resin was gathered with no damage to the plants. Native grass trees (Xanthorrhoea australia) exudes this resin when after natural damage or fire. The melted resin makes a hard but brittle glue.

Traditional uses were as a glue for attaching spear heads to handles and mending holes in coolamons. It can also be used in incense and as a base for varnish and polish.

Wand wood – Coastal wattle x 3 pieces

Acacia longifolia (Coastal wattle)

With this listing you get three branches of around 50cm long. These pieces have had the bark stripped off.

Coastal wattle wood is associated with youth and can be temperamental. It will often only produce results for it’s owner and is good for enhancing its owners skills.

Wand wood – Pear x 3 pieces

Wands of pear wood are attracted to those who are generous and warm hearted. Pear wands tend to be strong in their magic and well respected.

With this listing you get three branches of around 50cm long. They have not had the bark removed and are not thick so work well in small or delicate hands. Pear wood is naturally quite bumpy because of where the fruit was placed, but that makes it more interesting.

Wand wood – Silky Oak x 3 pieces

Grevillia Robusta

Silky oak is a rare wood for making wands but it should be more popular not just because the wood itself has a lovely grain when sanded, but it has a quiet strength that lends balance and power to any spell without going overboard. It likes a gentle touch and is attracted to mild and gentle bearers.

With this listing you get three branches of around 50cm long. They have not had the bark removed.

Wand wood – tea tree x 3 pieces

Leptospermum continentale (Prickly tea tree)

Although the colour of tea tree wood isn’t spectacular, when you take some sandpaper to it you get a lovely pattern of where tiny twigs grew on the branches.

With this listing you get three branches of around 50cm long.

Prickly tea tree wood is associated with growth and communication. As a wand it enhances communication and also the ability to see the source of troubles, especially with family and friends. This is a friendly wood that loves to be held.