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Although we usually think of herbs when we think of flavorings, flowers can also be used in cooking and baking to provide a wonderfully subtle flavor. You can add whole flowers or petals to your food, but often you want the flavor without the actual plant matter. Syrups, waters, and preserved petals are all handy ways to use floral flavorings.


As the green witch incorporates their practice into everyday life, the preparation and consumption of food is one of the most direct methods by which they interact with nature.


Color Elixirs

Pour water into a clean colored glass jar or bottle, then leave in sunlight or moonlight for a specific amount of time. The light passing through the colored glass will imbue the liquid inside with the energy of the color. People often drink color elixirs if the feel they are lacking the energy of that certain color. 

If you cannot find a jar or bottle in the color you need, take a piece of colored paper and wrap it around the outside of a clear glass bottle or jar. Pour the water into the bottle and leave it for one complete moon cycle.


Stone Elixirs

Steep a stone in water for a measured amount of time in sunlight or moonlight. You may leave the stone in the liquid and renew the fluid as necessary. Make sure the stone is scrubbed clean and rinsed well before you use it. Also make sure you have cleansed the stone of any foreign energy by any of the methods posted earlier.


Herbal Milk Bath

This basic and simple milk bath is an excellent base for any herbal addition, making it adaptable to any magical need. For extra softening, you can use the Oatmeal Milk Bath as a base.

  • 1 cup cornstarch
  • 2 cups powdered milk
  • 2 tbsp dry herbs
  • Glass jar with lid (to fit 3 cups or 24oz)
  1. Place all ingredients in a blender or food processor. Blend until combined and reduced to a fine powder. Pour into jar.
  2. To use, add 1/2 cup of powder to bath under running water.

Suggested herbal blends to add to milk baths:

  • Winter Energy bath: nutmeg, cinnamon, pinch ginger
  • Summer Garden bath: lavender, roses, verbena, one piinch of orange zest
  • Autumn Bronze bath: poppy, nutmeg, sandalwood
  • Spring Dawn bath: Lavender, jasmine, apple blossom

Oatmeal Milk Bath

The combination of oatmeal, a known skin softener, and milk in this bath blend makes for a deliciously soothing soak. Try it if you’re sunburned or to soften rough skin. You can also add herbs or a couple of drops of oil to the following recipe.

  • 1 cup cornstarch
  • 2 cups milk powder
  • 1 cup dry oatmeal
  • Glass jar with lid (to fit 4 cups or 32 oz)
  1. Place all the ingredients in a food processor or blender. Blend to combine until reduced to a fine powder. Pour into jar.
  2. To use, sprinkle 1/2 cup of the dry bath blend under the tap while running your bath.

If you want to make milk bath powders ahead of time and store them, use powdered milk. When you add a scoop to your bathwater, it dissolves and functions just like fresh milk.


Milk Baths

There’s something remarkably luxurious about adding milk to your bathwater. Milk has a wonderfully softening action on the skin. Do not, however, use milk baths if you are sensitive to dairy products.


Prosperity Bath Salts

Use this recipe when you feel you need to boost your personal prosperity energy.


Basic Bath Salt Recipe

Use this recipe as a basis for your own magical bath salts. You can use any combination of sea salt, Epsom salt, and kosher salt.


Bath Salts

Bath salts are a lovely way to relax and absorb magical energy at the same time. Salt is a naturally purifying substance that also helps relax tense muscles. When a bath salt recipe calls for salt, however, it doesn’t mean table salt. Epsom salts, sea salt, kosher salt, or a combination should be used. You can buy sea salt at natural food stores and many grocery stores. You can buy kosher salt at grocery stores or Jewish specialty shops. Epsom salts can be found at your pharmacy.



A bath is a magical thing. Water itself is a healing and soothing element, and when you add a potion to it you can create a wide range of effects.


Love Oil

  • One part rose
  • One part jasmine
  • 1/2 part geranium
  • 1/4 part vanilla

Magical associations: love, harmony


Protection Oil

  • One part sage
  • One part sandalwood
  • One part angelica
  • One clove
  • pinch of salt

Magical associations: protection, wisdom, purification


Peace Oil

  • One part violet
  • One part lavender
  • One part jasmine
  • One part sandalwood

Magical associations: meditation, spirituality, harmony.