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Why Simmer Pots Are Magickal

Not only are simmer pots a great way to add herbal magick and green witchcraft into your everyday life, but simmer pots incorporate all four elements, making this also elemental magick. First, you fill your pot with water, then use plants from the earth, heat the mixture with fire, and the steam rises into the air.

Certain aromas can stimulate our olfactory system and trigger memories of a particular place or event and the feeling evoked by that experience. You can use this to your advantage in spell crafting, setting the stage for a certain spell or ritual with a simmer pot by using the scent to get into the right state of mind.

A simmer pot can last up to 4 days depending on what you are simmering in it. If you are using cut fruit like this autumn version, I would only use it one day. Without fruit you can simple cover the simmer pot when not in use and reheat as needed up to 4 days, adding water as needed.

Ingredients: Green apple, orange, cinnamon sticks, rose hip

Basic Simmering pot instructions:

Use a pot or crock ware that you will not want to cook food in. Add the ingredients of any of our potpourris approximately 1 cup of boiling water (use less water if needed). Simmer on the stove or in a simmering pot.

Comes with a mesh bag: color, size and material will vary each item


·        NOT intended for consumption. Do not ingest.

·        Do not use these products if you are allergic to any of the listed ingredients.

·        Do not leave simmer pot unattended.

·        Do not allow contents to simmer with low or heavily thickened water levels. Add additional water as needed to keep ingredients freely flowing.

Potpourri : Green apple, orange, cinnamon sticks, rose hip

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  • Place potpourri in open bowls around the house. Be creative… match colors of our blends to your room; change the atmosphere of a room by adding a particular scent; celebrate the seasons by using colors and scents to uplift the spirit. You can place potpourri in fabric bags (sachets) and put them in drawers and closets to scent clothing. Put them in storage boxes, chests, musty cupboards to create pleasant aromas. Tie them to doorknobs. Squeeze them once in awhile to release the scent.

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