I have many spells for wealth and this is one of my favorites.
It lasts for one year and was found online. (I don’t have the exact credits, so please leave a comment if you know who wrote this spell. Although this spell is included onto this site, it may be considered old magick to some. It does seem a bit more traditional and it my be hard to locate Coltsfoot leaves. You can find some online :Medicinal And Botanical Herbs – Coltsfoot Leaves Cut & Sift. Although you may be unfamiliar with working with herbs, herbs are an effective method of magick and seem to make almost every spell more effective. It is also known as; Tussilago farfara, Horsehoof, Coughwort, Fieldhove, Bullsfoot, Cleats, Clayweed, Tusilago, and Ass’s Foot can be included in your spells for wealth.
Here is some interesting information about Coltsfoot from Mountain Rose Herbs:
Coltsfoot grows wild over much of Europe, and has been used traditionally to treat chest ailments for hundreds of years. The name is derived from the horseshoe shaped leaves. It was so popular in Europe at one time that French pharmacists painted its flowers on their doorposts. It was brought to the American colonies from Europe. American colonists were known to wrap persons afflicted with whooping cough in blankets that had been soaked with a coltsfoot infusion. The fleshy leaves, stems and buds are also used in traditional Asian folk medicine to treat asthma, dry cough and bronchitis. Before the plant flowers, it resembles butterbur enough that old herbals caution against confusing the two. At one time, smoking dried coltsfoot leaves was a recommended treatment for coughs, bronchitis and emphysema symptoms. Nowadays, the recommended preparation is a tea. In fact, many herbal practitioners recommend preparing a thermos of coltsfoot tea before bed so that it is ready to be taken first thing in the morning when the coughs due to chronic lung problems are at their worst.
So this spell is fairly simple, all you need is the coltsfoot, an ear of corn and a dollar bill. It is traditionally done during the time of the harvest, but I can’t find anything about the lunar phases, or dates recommended to do this magickal working, it may be best to use your own judgement.
Spells for Wealth
Here is one of the simple spells for wealth. For wealth for a year, take the husk from an ear of corn and put a dollar bill along with a note written on parchment,
“Oh, dear god of luck,
money is like muck,
not good except it be spread.
Spread some here at————–(write in your address).
Thanks be to thee. Amen.”
Sign your name. Sprinkle the dollar bill and note with Coltsfoot leaves. Roll the husk up and tie together with green string or ribbon. Hang the token up above the entryway with green cord. That husk should bring riches into your home or business by the bushel. This is one of my more simple spells for wealth.
*NOTE Some herbs are toxic to ingest, make sure you are being smart when working with them.
Have you tried any spells for wealth?