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7 Common Kitchen Herbs That Bring in Money

by Hoodoo Psychic Catherine Yronwode

No time to go down to your local occult shop or botanica? Can’t wait for your luck to arrive from a mail order spiritual supply house? Here are the top 7 lucky money herbs and spices you will almost surely have in your kitchen cabinet — and if you don’t have them now, you can get them at your nearest grocery store or supermarket. Money-making magick has never been more easy!

1. Thyme: This humble green herb is a powerhouse money-attractor. Use it in cooking to draw money to the home; make a weak tea with it and add some to the rinse cycle when you launder your business clothes.

2. Basil: A multi-talented magical herb, this one protects the home, brings love and peace to the family, and draws money to the kitchen; Sprinkle some on the floor and sweep it out the back door, for “No evil can come where Basil has been.”

3. Ginger: Hot, sweet, and spicy, this root can be used fresh, in whole dried form, or as a powder to protect from evil spirits and to attract money; add it to any money spells you have to make them work faster.

4. Cloves: An herb that binds friends together, this one also brings in the winnings at games of chance, and it is particularly favoured in this regard by lady lottery players.

5. Allspice: Count out 7 whole Allspice Berries and tie them in your shirt tail or carry them in your pocket; you will have luck for seven days. Throw them in running water and make a wish when the seventh day is done.

6. Nutmeg: The gambler’s spice supreme. Carry a whole Nutmeg in your pocket for luck, or grate some up and sprinkle it in your shoes when you visit the casino!

7. Cinnamon: Known as the “Sweet Money Spice,” Cinnamon is the most lucky of the Money-Drawing herbs, roots, and spices. It paves the way for business luck and gambling winnings too! Mix it with sugar and sprinkle some on buttered toast — then sprinkle the rest of the mixture on your cash and shake the money all around your door.

Here’s a Weird Trick: Did you know that commercial Pumpkin Pie Spice is a ready-made mixture for lucky money magic? Read the ingredients on the box and compare them to the above list. See what we mean? Always keep a box of Pumpkin Pie Spice on hand for emergency use as a floor sprinkle or to dust your shoes in those last few days before your paycheck comes! If you want to make your own, here is a handy recipe:


2 tablespoons ground cinnamon
4 teaspoons ground ginger
1 teaspoon ground cloves
1 teaspoon ground allspice
1 teaspoon ground mace
1 teaspoon ground nutmeg

Blend ingredients together and store in an airtight container.