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The Hedgewitch's Little Book of Spells, Charms & Brews

The Hedgewitch's Little Book of Spells, Charms & Brews
Tudorbeth By (author)
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5.5 X 6.3 in
336 pg

BODY, MIND & SPIRIT / Witchcraft (see also RELIGION / Wicca)
BODY, MIND & SPIRIT / Magick Studies


Explore old-world magic and contemporary charms with this brilliant book of enchantments. Within these pages, you will discover more than one hundred spells, charms, and recipes for love, money, health, family, career, and more. Author Tudorbeth has selected the best traditional workings along with contemporary spells that can be done with readily available ingredients.

Hedgewitchery is the individual pursuit of living in harmony with nature while practicing magic. This book shares everything from old-world spells to magical enchantments for modern problems like credit card issues and unwanted house guests. You will discover delicious recipes such chocolate avocado mousse and charms and spells for prosperity, good luck, fertility, friendships, and so much more. All of the spells can be modified to suit your own individual needs and feelings, and the author includes helpful suggestions for incorporating herbs, crystals, and oils to empower your magic.


"The Hedgewitch's Little Book of Spells, Charms, and Brews is a delightful compendium of informative, practical, everyday magic! Tudorbeth has skillfully succeeded in fusing the natural world with the elemental realm, thereby manifesting versatile solutions for today's modern issues! Chock full of information, there is something for everyone and I highly recommend it!"—Wendy Amdahl, Moonshadows and Magic

Author Bio

Tudorbeth is the principal of the British College of Witchcraft and Wizardry and teaches courses on witchcraft. She is the author of numerous books, including A Spellbook for the Seasons (Eddison Books, 2019). Tudorbeth is a hereditary practitioner; her great grandmother was a well-known tea reader in Ireland while her Welsh great grandmother was a healer and wise woman.