It's time for a Magickal Enchantments product giveaway. With Spring around the corner I decided on a package of my Organic Magickal Morning Glory Seeds to share with my lovely readers. I want you all to know how much I appreciate the time each of you take to read my postings and taking the time to comment on them as well. I enjoy reading all your posts so keep them coming!
These seeds are from my own garden. I am an organic gardener, I use no pesticides in my garden at all.
I collect and harvest my plants and seeds during the correct moon phases for each plant to be at its best.
These plants are my babies and each seed and bloom is lovingly collected and cured until it is ready to be sent to you to bring its beauty to your home.
The pictures are all from my garden and the seeds will be a mixture of the colors pictured. They are truly enchanting and endearing flowers and one of my favorites. It is an honor for me to share them with you. May they bring your home beauty, protection and happiness.
My Morning Glories have a lovely mixture of purple, dark blue, light blue, pink and white blooms. You will receive over 100 seeds in your packet along with directions on how to plant and care for your Morning Glories.
Morning Glories are a beautiful and magickal plant. They grow quickly and bring so much beauty to any area. I have them on my lightpost, growing on the rails on my stairs, on my fence and my trellis.
Morning Glories are also known for their protective qualities so plant them around your home to keep away negativity.
In magick this enchanting plant brings clarity of sight and is said to help with nighmares. The morning glory can be used to bind, banish, or promote attraction to someone or something. The morning glory vines are used to wrap around a poppet nine times to banish evil people. Monks decorated their manuscripts with pictures of Morning Glories. The seeds were used by Aztec priests along with ashes of poisonous insects, tobacco, and live insects for a body rub before sacrifices to make the victim fearless.
Today, the Mazatecs grind the seed in a metate, wrap the meal in a linen bag, and soak it in cold water. The decoction is fairly potent and provides a curandera (healer) with information about the illness possessing the patient. It is also used to locate lost objects.
I will anounce the winner of this giveaway in March so do not forget to become a Magickal Enchantments Blog Follower and to leave a comment or two on the blogs.
Winner will be chosen randomly.
The Celtic Witch