Galega Officinalis

Common names:

'Devil's Shoestrings'
'Cat's Gut'
'Witch's Hobble'
'Cramp Bark'

The plants tough roots align it with strength and power. A tea brewed from Devil Shoestring can be used as a spiritual bath for uncrossing work. Having some in your shoe is said to make you invulnerable to foot tracking magic and to protect you on your journeys. When burned or buried along with cinnamon it allegedly has the ability to draw the positive things you desire, such as customers to your business or lovers to your bed, while at the same time repelling those who would be undesirable, such as thieves and gold-diggers.

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