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Licorice Root (1/2 oz)

Licorice Root (1/2 oz)

$ 2.50 $ 2.95

The essential oils in Licorice root help protect the plant from insectsbut not from humans, who delight in its sweet and spicy flavor!

The earliest magical use of Licorice was by the ancient Egyptians, who placed it in tombs to protect the spirits of their dead. Like many spicy herbs, Licorice is usually associated with lust, passion, and willpower. When used in spells and charms, it is said to help one gain dominance over a lover or other person.

Our Licorice root is certified USDA organic and irradiation-free.

Ingredients: Licorice root (Glycyrrhiza glabra)

Weight: Approx. 1/2 oz (excluding packaging)

Sorry, herbs cannot be shipped outside of the United States and Canada due to Customs restrictions. 

About Our Herbs

Herbs have amazing power for magick and healing, as they contain the energy of the Earth. Grove and Grotto’s herbs are sourced from trusted growers to bring you freshness and quality at a great price. Our small packages are perfect for when you need just a pinch of “this” and a smidgen of “that”!

Some herbs may have harmful side effectsplease do your research and/or consult a doctor before using any new herb product. Do not use this product if you are allergic (or may be allergic) to any of the ingredients. Store herbs in a labeled package away from children and pets. Metaphysical properties of herbs are provided for information purposes only, and no outcome is guaranteed. "Certified organic" does not mean a product is necessarily safe to eat. Our herbs are not intended for internal consumption.
 
Discover the many magickal uses of herbs:

Burn over charcoal to add to your rituals.

Add to sacred baths and natural beauty products.

Sew into charms, spell bags, dream pillows, and sachets. 

Offer to deities, spirits and Fae.

Create your own elixirs and blends.

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