LEMONGRASS magical properties is used in spiritually cleansing the home and is found in such products as Van Van oil and Chinese Wash. Said to help cleanse out jinxes and scrub away residual negative energy in a home or business. Can also be used to cleanse amulets and ritual tools and is sometimes used in the development of psychic powers.
Lemongrass can be used in erotic potions, charm bags, and other lust rituals. To aid in the development of psychic abilities, make a lemongrass infusion. All workings are used for purification. In Hoodoo and Mexican Folk Magic, lemongrass is a popular herb to work with for magical purposes.
Lemongrass has a dual cleansing action: it removes any impediments in your path, earning it a reputation as an essential ingredient in Road Opening magical work, and it is also known to aid in the transformation of bad luck into good fortune, making it particularly popular with those who negative circumstances have afflicted. Lemongrass is sometimes utilized in Love Magic because of its capacity to promote cleansing and open possibilities.
Many people have utilized this herb in Hoodoo for the aim of warding off evil and bringing good luck in love affairs, according to legend.
Lemongrass is useful for improving magical skills because it is ruled by Mercury and adds a lovely lemony aroma to incense. Mercury is a master of disguise, so consider using it in incense or oils for shapeshifting, glamour, or invisibility.
Lemongrass is a tropical plant native to Sri Lanka and South India that is grown in tropical portions of America and Asia. Although India is the main producer of lemongrass, it is also grown commercially in China, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, and Guatemala.
Lemongrass thrives in full sun for the majority of the day, as well as moist soil and good drainage. It’s a real tropical plant that requires planting in USDA hardiness zones 10 and up or locations that never freeze during the winter. It may be cultivated indoors and in greenhouses in cooler climates as long as it receives plenty of sunlight.
Lemongrass produces very little in its first year, but it picks up speed in the second and third years, with peak output in the third and fourth years. By the sixth year, production has slowed, and farmers have decided to replace the plant with a new one.