Hibiscus Flower

Hibiscus Flower

$5.00 CAD

This listing is for a 1 ounce sachet


Magickal Uses

The hibiscus is a Sun plant, but the large funnel-shaped flower also means it is sometimes associated with Venus (although it has no sweet scent, as we would expect). This magick herb is used for divination, clairvoyance, or reaching higher planes and is an ingredient in Alder Moon Tea.  It's also a nice addition to mundane teas, giving them a tart note. These flowers are not the typical hibiscus found growing in Florida yards, which is poisonous, but a type used in Ayurvedic medicine.



The Hibiscus flower has been utilized for a long time as an aphrodisiac. Because of its history, many people will likely utilize this herb when working with love spells. Carry the herb on you in a small pouch or burn it like incense in order to absorb its energetic qualities. If want to explore other avenues consider using this herb in an oil or even creating a flower essence.



If you use Hibiscus for premonitions or to enhance your psychic abilities, there are several different ways you can go about this. You can meditate in an herbal bath with some hibiscus and see what visions or insights come to you. Feel free to add any other divinatory herbs like mugwort or essential oils you wish.



To use this herb to encourage vivid or prophetic dreams you can place a small sachet of it under your pillow or in your pillowcase while you sleep. You can also set it next to your bed on the nightstand if you wish. Before you place the Hibiscus, gently ask it to assist you with the task at hand.  Especially if there is specific information you want to receive. You may also want to try the bath method mentioned previously in the divination section before bed to enhance your dreams.

Healing Attributes

Many people drink it as an unsweetened tea for kidney issues. Hibiscus is also high in Vitamin C as well as antioxidants. If you are experiencing a fever, hibiscus can help reduce your temperature. For those with digestive issues this tonic herb can help stimulate the stomach, liver and kidneys to get you back on track again. Lower blood pressure is another added benefit if you drink this tea on a regular basis.


Hibiscus is a vibrant and beautiful flower, but the dried or seeped herb leaves a very red mess behind it. It creates a beautiful crimson hue when wet that can easily dye or stain clothing and counters. If you plan on drinking Hibiscus be aware that it has a tart flavor that is similar to that of cranberries.