The term herb is generally used to describe a plant that is herbaceous in nature, that is, it is not a tree or a shrub. However, when a witch or occultist uses the word "herb" we are generally referring to a plant that is useful without regard to its lifestyle. However, this designation often excludes those plants used for food; fruits and vegetables.

This list includes plants AND fungi that are useful to a witch, including those that are used for magick, crafting, food and healing including herbaceous plants, trees, shrubs and various fungi. Some are simply useful for decoration and some I have included for folkloric interest. That is to say; some herbs are more useful than others.

These herbs are also listed alphabetically and by keyword on our Herb Keyword Correspondences page.

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There are 141 magical herbs listed in this database.

Okra -Abelmoschus esculentus or Hibiscus esculentus

Olive -Olea europaea

Oregano -Origanum spp

Parsley -Botanical Name etroselinium crispum

Pelargonium -Pelargonium spp.

Pennyroyal -Botanical Name Mentha pulegium

Peppermint -Mentha piperita

Phlox -'''Botanical Name''' ''Phlox spp.''

Pine -There are 126 known species of pine including evergreen trees and shrubs. They are gymnosperms and produce their seeds in cones. Their leaves are bundles of green needles called fascicles. Their branches spiral along the trunk according to the Golden Mean and their bark is usually thick and scaly.

Plantago -Plantago major

Poinsettia -Euphorbia pulcherrima

Pokeweed -Phytolacca americana

Poplar -Populus spp.

Poppy -Papaveraceae spp

Potato -Solamum tuberosum

Rice -Oryza sativa

Rose -Rosa spp

Rosemary -Rosmarinus officinalis

Rue -Ruta graveolens

Saffron -Crocus sativus

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