Something Wiccan this way comes ... This pocket guide unveils the mysteries behind elixirs past and present, showing readers how to prepare teas, infusions, oils, tinctures, lotions, and potions to do magical things. It includes dozens of recipes for potions of all kinds (potable and non-potable), covers cauldrons, censers, vials, and the magical uses of plants, and teaches about the storage of potions.Narrow down your list by removing any allergens or items with a scent you just plain dona#39;t like. If you dona#39;t plan on drinking your infusion, you wona#39;t have to worry about taste, but can instead concern yourself with the fragrances you create by combining different herbs together. ... As with teas, you can mix up ingredients to use for your infusions ahead of time so they are handy when you need them. Againanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Pocket Idiot's Guide to Potions|
|Publisher||:||Penguin - 2006-06-27|