A Beginners Guide to Tea Potions

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By Jess Petrylak




Teas are yummy and easy potions for beginners on a budget. You simply mix the ingredients, let them steep in hot water, and experience the potion as it emits throughout your being. Make sure your atmosphere reflects the qualities you are looking for and is protected (be cool, sucker girl). The following are three simple tea concoctions that you can brew for your own well-being or just for fun!:

Whole Lotta Love Potion:

When brewing this tea, reflect on what you want in a partner, and NOT a specific person!

  • 2 parts mint leaves
  • 2 parts lemon balm leaves
  • 1 part chamomile flowers
  • 1 part clover flowers
  • 1 part yarrow flowers
  • 1 part catnip leaves


Money Honey Tea:

Designed to attract money, this tea will increase your chances of monetary opportunities presenting themselves

  • 4 parts mint leaves
  • 3 parts alfalfa leaves
  • 1 part clover flowers
  • 1 part chamomile flowers
  • 1 part irish moss

optional: sweeten with raw honey


I Think I’m ‘Calming’ Down Potion:

School has you totally stressed out? This tea is for you! Sip with ease, in complete relaxation, and practice your deep breathing techniques.

  • 4 parts lavender flowers
  • 3 parts violet flowers
  • 2 parts calendula flowers
  • 1 part pennyroyal leaves
  • 1 part meadowsweet leaves
  • a pinch of skull cap leaves

After making whichever tea you choose, you can either consume it hot, add a (natural) sweetener, refrigerate for another time or have it over ice, and of course customize to your liking! It’s all about what works for you, sucker girl. Enjoy!

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