Review: The Good Witch’s Guide by Shawn Robbins & Charity Bedell

Release Date: 2nd May 2017

Genre: Non-Fiction, Wicca & Spirituality

Read: June 2018

Rating: ★★★★★

Goodreads PageLINK

Brief description:
From cleansing spells to hands-on healing to the spiritual use of herbs, witches know which magickal and natural remedies work best! 

The Good Witch’s Guide offers a treasure chest filled with holistic Wiccan magic and lore. Illustrated throughout, it teaches you which herbs and spices, oils and aromatherapy, brews, potions, spells, and more, can help you live life to the fullest. And with spells, remedies, and recipes from a roundtable of noted witches, healers, and mystical practitioners, this “spell”-binding book is a must-read for anyone who wishes to celebrate both good health and spirituality. 

Another amazing non-fiction read that is perfect for anyone who wants to add some magic to their life as not only does this book contain useful practical tips for using essential oils, herbs etc for health but it also shares some amazing spells and rituals that aren’t as complicated and time-consuming as one would think.

I really enjoyed that there were many experienced practicioners and witches included in this book as it just showed how diverse and uniuqe this path is for every follower. It’s full of spells for every occassion, blends for different concusions and even recipes which surprised me. The recipes are linked to all the eight different sabbats which I loved, I think only one of the recipes was vegan (don’t quote me on that) but they could all easily be changed around to suit any type of diet/lifestyle.

Definitely a new favourite of mine and I recommend to anyone who needs some inspiration for spells, recipes and just wants a bible of some sorts with essential oils, herbs and their properties etc. It can almost act as a kind of guideline for your own grimoire or Book of Shadows, which I love.

Hope you enjoyed this very short book review, and from now on I will be including the Goodreads links to each book I review so it will be easier for you to add them to your Want to Read list!

See you in my next post 🙂


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