Herbs & Roots for Prosperity

Herbs & Roots for Prosperity

Plants of all kinds (including trees), herbs and roots have been used for centuries to draw money to a person or bring prosperity to a home.

There are several ways to use a plant in this manner:

You can carry some of the substance on you.

This can be as easy as putting a tiny bit of the herb in a tiny plastic bag and put in your pocket. An easy way is to put a pinch of the herb into a locket.

Sew a sachet or pouch.

You can buy ready made sachets or pouches that you can use for this purpose, but you can also sew a small one using an appropriately colored material. Green and yellow are popular colors associated with prosperity and money one. These sachets are then tucked under the bed or somewhere in the home, worn on a string around the neck, put in a purse or wallet or concealed somewhere in the home. Some people simply fill a potpourri jar with the appropriate herbs and leave it in a prominent place in the house.

The simplest “Earth, Water, Air, Fire” Ritual is to boil the herb for a while in the water.

The herbs are the earth, the water is in the pot, the air is the steam and the fire element is the stove. Occasionally stir the herb in the water while thinking of your magical intention. Strain the plant material from the liquid and sprinkle it around or outside the home.

Use them as Incense.

Some plants are hypnotics so I don’t really recommend this unless you are certain that the herb is not toxic once set alight. Traditionally though, herbs are set alight on charcoal burners and the smoke allowed to waft through the house.

Here are some of the more popular herbs used to draw prosperity and money. Most are available in your garden or from stores, but there are occult shops and apothecaries that carry herbs in jars:


Known traditionally as the “good luck” herb I recommend tucking a sprig of this in your purse or in a locket. When combined with other money drawing herbs in a sachet it is thought to reinforce the other substance’s powers.


Can be carried on the person or burned as incense or sprinkled in the four corners of the house. It is thought to attract business luck or success.


Bayberry can be bought commercially as a candle –“A bayberry candle burned to the socket – brings luck to the home and puts money in the pocket.” It can also be bought as incense.


Soaking basil leaves in water for three days and then sprinkling the water at your business premises is thought to attract financial success. The leaves can also be carried with you.

Bay Leaves

Bay leaves increase intuition and are good if you are looking for a promotion or a job. Tuck some under your mattress or boil them and sprinkle the water around your home. Hallucinogenic so I do not recommend you burn these.


Washing your hands in chamomile tea is thought to bring gamblers luck. Drinking the tea is thought to bring luck and prosperity.


Cloves can be burned on charcoal, tucked in a sachet or put in your purse to draw money. An ancient money and protection ritual is to stick an orange with the heads of cloves stuck on pins and hang it on a ribbon in the kitchen so your cupboards are never bare.


A very handy kitchen spice that can be used “in a pinch” to bring quick money, it can be bought as incense or burned on charcoal or sprinkled in a cash register or wallet to bring business.


The leaves are thought to be good for attracting business and also smell lovely in a potpourri. Citronella is, however, toxic to birds – so avoid burning it in the house if you have feathered friends in your menagerie.

Five-Finger Grass (also known as Cinquefoil):

This lemony grass can be burned, hid in a potpourri or carried on your person. It is the standard ingredient in most money drawing incenses.

Grains of Paradise:

These little round seeds are carried in the purse or wallet or tucked in a sachet under the pillow to bring luck and guidance in career or money matters.


The live and dried flowers are used to attract luck business and prosperity.

Irish Moss:

This is seaweed that can be bought in Caribbean stores. It is traditionally used to make a sweet drink. It is also carried in sachets to bring money to the bearer.

Juniper Berries:

Associated with Jupiter, the berries of the juniper tree are said to attract luck, good fortune and business success.


All the mints (spearmint, peppermint) are used to attract good spirits and speed good fortune to the bearer.


Added to prosperity herb mixes to reinforce the manifestation power of your wishes. Can be bought as an incense, it has a commanding component to it.

Strawberry Leaves:

Carried on the person and used to draw fortunate circumstances into a person’s life.

Squill Root

If you can find this, it is said to be one of the most powerful roots used to draw money to the bearer.

Tonka Beans

Tonkas are large dried beans that protect against poverty and that are just considered plain lucky. Place a bean in your purse, near your computer or under your phone – anywhere where you need luck in business. Avoid burning these.

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Sam Steven

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42 thoughts on “Herbs & Roots for Prosperity

    1. We’re thrilled to hear that you found the breakdown helpful! We hope it brings prosperity into your life.

  1. I need some of the herbs but I have failed to get it in my country Swaziland, how can I get them.( Irish moss, Tonka beans, squill roots and grain of paradise).

    1. We understand that obtaining certain herbs may be challenging in certain countries. One option could be to check if there are any online retailers that ship to Swaziland. Additionally, you can explore local herb shops or farmers markets to see if they may carry any of the herbs you’re looking for.

  2. how will i get some of the leaves.especially bayleave, there was no peace in my home with my wife, yet the day i got basil that is on the 2nd december 2014 my wife called me to appologize,she has never done some before since 1999 we got marriage

    1. It’s great to hear that basil had such a positive impact on your relationship! Bay leaves, like basil, can also have a calming effect. You can try checking local grocery stores or spice shops for dried bay leaves. Alternatively, you may consider growing your own bay leaf plant at home, as fresh leaves often provide a more powerful aroma.

    1. If you’re seeking herbs to attract luck in money, you might want to consider exploring herbs like basil, cinnamon, cloves, or chamomile. These herbs are often associated with prosperity and abundance. Incorporate them into your daily life, such as brewing them into tea or including them in your cooking. Remember, herbs can support but not guarantee luck, so it’s important to also focus on other aspects of creating financial success, such as hard work and smart decision making. Good luck on your journey!

  3. I’m making a bath can I brew these herbs as if I was making a tea to bathe in Alfalfa /Basil /Bay leaf/ Cinnamon/Chomomile/Rose Mary/Cloves/Allspice/Caldulena/Genger/and mint to make an prosperity / money bath thanks

    1. Yes, you can definitely brew these herbs to make a prosperity/money bath. Just make sure to strain the herbs out before adding the infused water to your bath.

    1. I’m glad you found the information about these plants helpful for attracting good luck and money. They have been traditionally associated with prosperity and abundance.

    1. Ask any HINDU(INDIAN) ,he will surely be possesing a BASIL PLANT.because IT is sacred plant that HINDUS worship.its a must have plant for every traditional hindu family.one knowledge for you dear, BASIL is the only plant that emits ozone in atmosphere..whatever hindus worship ,all those things protect the environment in one or the other form.

      1. Thank you for sharing that interesting information about Basil plants and their significance in Hindu culture. It’s always fascinating to learn about the cultural and religious significance of certain plants.

    2. You COULD ask a random Hindu for a plant… Or you could check ACE Hardware or the produce section at Walmart. Many produce sections will sell basil plants for kitchen herbs. A little less complicated than finding a Hindu family to pester.

      1. Thank you for sharing that additional insight about the importance of Basil plants in Hindu culture. It’s great to know that these plants not only hold sacred value but also contribute to protecting the environment through their ozone emission.

    3. You can find Basil plants at most plant nurseries, garden centers, or even online retailers. They are quite common and easy to find.

    1. That’s great! Trying different herbs and roots for prosperity can be a fun and exciting journey. Best of luck to you!

    1. Mixing herbs for wealth and health can vary depending on personal preferences and goals. Some commonly used herbs for wealth include cinnamon, basil, and mint, while herbs for health can include turmeric, ginger, and garlic. Experiment with different combinations and find what works best for you. If you need further guidance, consider consulting with a herbalist. Best wishes on your journey to wealth and health!

    1. You’re welcome! Planting these herbs is not only beneficial for your prosperity but also for the environment. Enjoy the process of gardening and nurturing these plants. May they bring you abundance in all aspects of your life!

    1. You’re welcome! Planting these herbs is not only beneficial for your prosperity but also for the environment. Enjoy the process of gardening and nurturing these plants. May they bring you abundance in all aspects of your life!

  4. I have painful swollen legs socially late high blood stress and heart problem what herbs can I use and contact details pls

    1. Hey Marjorie. For your swollen legs you can use hemorrhoid cream and it will take the swelling down. And if y you soak them in cilantro that will also work.


    2. There are some herbs that are known for their potential benefits for leg pain, high blood pressure, and heart health. Some options you might consider researching or consulting a healthcare provider about is ginger, turmeric, hawthorn berry, and garlic. Remember to consult with a healthcare professional for personalized advice or a herbalist, or natural health practitioners in your area. Take care of yourself and I hope you find relief soon.

    1. Thank you for your kind words. I’m glad you found the information on herbs and roots for prosperity interesting.

      When it comes to leaves, they have been used for various purposes throughout history, including for their symbolic meanings and potential energetic properties. In the context of prosperity, certain leaves are believed to attract wealth and success. For example, bay leaves are often associated with good fortune and are used in rituals or placed in one’s wallet or purse to bring about financial abundance. Some also believe that basil leaves can help protect against financial losses and attract prosperity.

      In addition to leaves, herbs have been used for their medicinal and magical properties for centuries. In the realm of prosperity, certain herbs are commonly associated with wealth and abundance. For instance, cinnamon is believed to enhance one’s financial situation and bring success in business endeavors. Mint is another herb often associated with prosperity, as it is believed to attract wealth and financial opportunities.

      However, it’s important to note that the use of herbs and roots for prosperity is largely based on folklore and belief systems. While these natural elements can be tools for setting intentions and focusing energy, they should not be relied upon as a sole means of achieving prosperity. It’s always best to approach such practices with an open mind and consider them as complementary to one’s larger efforts in achieving financial goals.

      Hope this provides a simple explanation!

    1. Absolutely! Ghana is known for its rich flora and biodiversity, so you should be able to find several herbs and roots for prosperity right in Accra. Consider visiting local markets, herbal shops, or even connecting with traditional healers or herbalists in the area. They might be able to guide you on where to find specific leaves or plants that are believed to attract prosperity. Additionally, you can try growing some of these herbs and roots in your own garden for a more sustainable and accessible supply. Best of luck on your prosperity journey!

    1. If the South African man is looking for umuti (herbs or roots) to aid in running a business and attracting prosperity, there are a few options he can explore. In South Africa, some commonly used herbs for prosperity include African ginger (ondjove), wild garlic (umuthi wenyoni), and wild sage (umuthi wenkayana). These can be used in various ways, such as brewing them into teas or infusing them into oils to be used for massages or smudging.

      Additionally, he might consider incorporating other practices believed to attract prosperity, such as displaying symbols of wealth like golden coins, using Feng Shui principles to optimize the energy flow in his workspace, or performing rituals focused on abundance and success. It’s important to note that while these practices can be meaningful and culturally significant, success ultimately comes from hard work, proper planning, and adaptability.

      However, it is always advisable to consult with a knowledgeable local healer, herbalist, or spiritual practitioner who can provide specific guidance based on his personal circumstances and cultural context.

  5. In reply to Anonymous.

    i have beean using the mint and cinnamon and i tell you my business has picked up a lot, i had to hire help to keep up. but i use dried mint from my own garden and bought cinnamon sticks/bark.

    1. That’s wonderful to hear about the positive impact mint and cinnamon have had on your business! Mint is often associated with attracting abundance and success, while cinnamon is believed to stimulate business growth and increase financial luck. It’s great that you have been able to utilize the dried mint from your own garden, as it may have a special connection to your intentions.

      If you’d like to further enhance the effects of these herbs, you could consider incorporating other prosperity-focused practices alongside them. This may include setting clear business goals, visualizing success, or creating a dedicated space for manifesting abundance in your workplace. It’s important to remember that while herbs and roots can certainly have symbolic or energetic properties, they are just one factor in achieving prosperity. Your hard work, commitment, and business acumen also play crucial roles.

      Continue using these herbs and be open to exploring other methods that align with your values and intentions. Thank you for sharing your success story with others who might benefit from trying similar practices. 🙂

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