While ginger is a well-known prescription for stomach problems, it is also eaten before spell-casting to increase the power you lend them. It’s a rhizome filled with fire and will heat you up as well. In particular, ginger is useful for love, money, success, and power spells.
In the middle of winter, it can be easy to find yourself longing for the blossoming days of summer when your garden is full of herbs and flowers.
Tea magic is a great combination of water, earth, and fire magic all in one. Not every spell works directly with the four elements, but in my own practice I find myself drawn to incorporating earth, air, fire, and water.
Cultivating gratitude is such a refreshing way to interact with the world and your magical practice. Cottage and Kitchen witches work with energies that are in and of the natural world. We use what the earth produces, the air carries, the water holds, and the fire consumes.