Mabon Herbal Blend
Mabon Herbal Blend

Mabon Herbal Blend

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Mabon Herbal Blend
4.oz Jar by volume
Mabon Corresponding herbs, flowers, & resins

Our Mabon blend was designed for all your needs. Use to fill sachet bags, As offerings, Stuffing Poppets, Altar Sprinkle, as fire throw, to ring candles during spells and more

You can burn in your bonfire or as a loose incense in heat proof vessel with a charcoal disk and sand, also available in our shop. You only need a pinch on a disk to add a magical feel to your sacred space.


On or around September 21st Northern Hemisphere, March 20th-21st Southern Hemisphere

The Autumnal Equinox, balance between light and darkness at the second of the harvest festivals. Also known as The Wine Festival, this is a time to feast and give thanks for the fruits of the late Summer. We reflect on the passing Year and honour the aging God & Goddess. We take comfort from their abiding love, the love that will sustain the Crone Goddess through the dark Winter months until the rebirth of the Sun God.


Death of the God, assumption of the Crone, balance of light and dark; increase of darkness, grape harvest, second harvest festival, new wine pressing/making preparation for winter and Samhain, rest after labor, Pagan day of Thanksgiving, honoring the spirit world, celebration of wine.


all harvest symbols, wine, gourds, pomegranate, corn, autumn flowers and leaves, red poppies, nuts, grains, leaves, acorns, pine and cypress cones, oak sprigs, wreaths, vine, grapes, cornucopia, horns of plenty, burial cairns, apples, marigolds, harvested


Pine, sweetgrass, apple blossom, benzoin, myrrh, frankincense, jasmine, sage wood aloes, black pepper, patchouly, cinnamon, clove, oak moss


Brown, green, orange, dark red, deep gold, yellow, russet, maroon, all autumn colors, purple, indigo


rue, frankincense, yarrow, thistle, tobacco, oak leaf, hazel, mums, hops, acorns, marigold, rose, sage, milkweed, solomon's seal, aster, fern, honeysuckle, benzoin, myrrh, passionflower, pine, ivy, cedar, rosemary, chamomile, saffron, mistletoe


cornbread, wheat products, bread, grains, berries, nuts, grapes, acorns, seeds, dried fruits, corn, beans, squash, roots (ie
onions, carrots, potatoes, etc), hops, apples, pomegranates, roast goose or mutton, wine, ale and ciders, berry juices


Yellow agate, amber, peridot, cat's eye, aventurine, clear quartz, carnelian, yellow topaz, sapphire, lapis lazuli & amethyst.


dogs, wolves, stag, blackbird, owl, eagle, birds of prey, salmon & goat.


Aging & Harvest Dieties: the Triple Goddess-Mother aspect, Wine Gods, Aging Gods, John Barleycorn , the Wicker-Man,the Corn Man, all wine Deities.


offerings to land, preparing for cold weather by bringing in harvest, cutting willow wands( Druidic), leaving apples upon burial cairns & graves as a token of honor, walks in forests, gather seed pods & dried plants, fermenting grapes to make wine,picking ripe produce,
stalk bundling

Spellworkings of Mabon:

Protection, prosperity, security, and self- confidence. Also those of harmony and balance.

Goddesses of Mabon are:
All grape and berry Goddesses
All fruit and vegetable Goddesses
Ceres, Changing Woman, the Corn Mothers, Demeter, Epona, Freya, Hecate, Isis, Modron, Morgan,
the Muses, Pomona, Persephone and many others.

Gods of Mabon are:
All wine Gods
All fruit Gods
All non-grain Harvest Gods
All Gods of abandonment
Bacchus, Dionysys, The Great Horned Lord, Hermes, Iacchus, Thoth and many others.

Attunement teas: all berry drinks, grape drinks, heather, hops, sassafras.

Ritual oils are apple blossom, hay, straw, black pepper, patchouli.

Activities of Mabon can be selecting the best of each vegetable, herb, fruit, nut and other food
you harvest or purchase and give it back to Mother Earth with prayers of thanksgiving.

Hang dried ears of corn around your home to show appreciation of the harvest season. Do
meditations and chanting as you process food to store away for winter.

Decorate with colorful autumn leaves in a basket and display the fruits of the harvest such as
corn, gourds, nuts, grapes and apples in a cornucopia. You can also decorate with wildflowers,
acorns, nuts, berries, cocoons and anything that represents the harvest.

Plan a ritual feast using seasonal and symbolic fruits and vegetables. Serve bread, squash, corn,
apples, cider and wine. You can make homemade wine or cordial, gather and dry herbs, plants,
seeds and seed pods. Make grapevine wreaths using dried bitter-sweet herb for protection. Use
ribbons of gold and yellow to bring in the energy of the Sun. Decorate with sprigs of dried yarrow
or cinnamon sticks.

Make protection charms of hazelnuts strung on red thread. Make a witch's broom by tying dried
corn husks or herbs such as broom, cedar, fennel, lavender, peppermint or rosemary sprigs
around a strong straight branch found on the ground during one of your walks. Make Apple
Dollies, collect fallen leaves and make a centerpiece for you home. Save the leaves to burn in the
Yule fire.

This is also the time for replacing your old broom with a new one. Broom corn is ripe now and
besom making is traditional and magickal at this time.

Traditionally Sabbat festivals begin at sun set on the eve of the Holiday. You can use your daytime
hours at this Holiday Eve to prepare baskets for harvesting the next day.

Bake a pumpkin pie, from scratch if possible, and it will bring in the fragrance of the Holiday

Some information adapted from: cronescottage200the ... 2/id1.html
Witchcraft, an Alternative Path, Ann Moura

Hand blended by Shabby Witch