Remember the old adage, you are what you eat? The simplest magical ritual
that you can do is to cut open a fruit or vegetable and eat it while
thinking of your magical intention. Below is a compilation of common foods
and their metaphysical associations.
Apple: Draws a lover, erotic experiences to you. Increases
attraction. Apple compote with cinnamon is thought to speed up the arrival
of a lover to you or encourage a reluctant lover to make a cerebral
Apricot: For flirtation or light hearted romantic experience.
Avocado: To make yourself appear younger to others or increase
personal beauty or attractiveness. Avocado is the love apple of Venus.
Banana: Eaten by males - increases fertility and heroism. Eaten by
females - draws a lover.
Beets: Increases virility, passion, erotica and fertility. It is a
root so it grounds a relationship and binds the lover to you.
Blueberry: To eliminate obstacles or rivals that may come between
you. As you swallow each blueberry, imagine the things that come between
you falling away or disappearing.
Butter: To eliminate hostility and arguments. While smoothing it on
a piece of bread, hopefully with a little honey too, think of things
Cardamom: This herb is thought to amplify a love that is already
there or strengthen existing relationships. Drink a cup of Chai tea with
cardamom in it for this purpose.
Carrot: Helps bring masculine energies to a woman. For a man
Celery: Increases libido and passion. Encourages reluctant lovers
to take action
Cherry: Eat for love, health and to boost sexual attraction.
Chocolate: An aphrodisiac. Lifts moods and attracts sensual
experiences. Binds lovers.
Clove: Add clove to curry dishes, baked dishes and hot chocolate
for fun, love and erotic experiences. This is also the bud of stolen
kisses so it is good for mistresses to spike their lover's meals with it.
Coriander: Add to curries and salads to attract your soulmate. It
represents a high spiritual love combined with wisdom.
Cucumber: Eaten for sexual stamina, beautiful skin. Chop with
extreme prejudice if you are into revenge on a certain philandering male.
Eggs: An ancient symbol of conception: Eat for fertility and
Garlic: Eat to banish the "other woman" or a rival who may be in
Grapes: Grapes are a symbol of a happy marriage and many children.
Eat to increase fertility and emotional security. Can also be used to
increase your popularity with opposite sex. As you eat each grape, picture
another lover coming your way … known or unknown. Red grapes are best for
Guava: Relieves heartbreak, attracts new romance, revives the
Honey: The nectar of the Gods. Sweetens up a relationship. Attracts
positive love and attention.
Lemon: Marriage, joy, fidelity, pure intentions and longevity in a
Mushrooms: Eat raw to make yourself beautiful and increase your
Orange: Health, fidelity, love and joy.
Peanut: Crack these open from the shell and attract more male
energy into your life.
Peas: Used to attract love, positive Goddess energy into life.
Pineapple: To attract a wealthy lover.
Pomegranate: For fertility, erotic imagination, a long line of
descendants. Also eaten sometimes to attract numerous partners or a
Popcorn: For popularity and fun. As each corn pops in the
microwave, picture another positive romantic event.
Pork: Eaten for fertility.
Quince: Are traditionally eaten for happiness between lovers.
Raspberry: For sexual stamina and amplifying love that is there.
Sweet Relish: For enhancing sexual passion.
Rice: For childbearing and fertility.
Sausage: To bring kinky sexual partners to you, a variety of
partners or social excitement.
Strawberry: To attract a lover, to increase sexual intensity and
stamina of a lover. To make a lover think of you eat a strawberry every
Sweet Potato: To attract a well grounded, emotional secure, gentle
Maple Syrup: To assure a positive "first meeting" or that a blind
date goes well.
Tomato: The original "love apple". Eat to attract a partner or
increase the love that is already there.
Tangerine: Health, fidelity, flirtation, love, joy and childlike
qualities. Banishes heaviness.
By: Sam Stevens