Mother Nature provides a cure for afflictions, including ghosts and evil spirits. If you’re ever in a bind with a ghostly entity, go to the grocery store and get a cure with these herbs.
It’s not the strongest protective herb, but it will keep minor demons when you sprinkle it on the floor. You can also take the oil and mix it with Holy Water to cleanse a room.
We’re not sure if this is legit: You can throw beans–or spit a single bean–at a ghost or evil spirit to drive it away temporarily.
One of the most powerful protective herbs. When worn, it repels evil spirits. Place it above or by a crib to protect infants.
You can grow it in your garden to protect your home and yard from spirits. You can also put it in a wreath on your front door to remove negative energy.
Mix it with salt to create protective barriers in your home. Sprinkle it on window sills and doorways to stop evil from entering.
Place bunches of dill above doors and windows to keep evil spirits away.
This is a tricky plant. It’s used for protection from evil spirits, but you can’t grow it yourself. You also don’t want to use it as an incense. Burning fennel will amplify evil and negative energies. But, you can drink it in a tea to clear out any negative attachments.
A powerful protective herb. Hang it above the main entrance of your house to keep bad spirits away. It can amplify the effects of other herbs.
Make an incense and burn iherbs t to get rid of hostile spirits.
When you first move into a new home, burn sage and smudge the home to drive away negative energy and cleanse the home.
Burn it to clear spirits and cleanse a home from wicked spells.
The plain, ol’ onion is a powerful protective plant. Slice it in half and place the cut side up to repel hostile magic.