We're around again for another round of herbs that can be used for protection.
If you're not overly sensitive, I recommend using this herb to boost your psychic sensitivity and as a teacher.
Devil's Claw (Harpagophytum procumbens)
It comes from a harsh environment, and can prove to be harsh to work with. It creates networks and ties between wards. Where the LBRP and such protections are directional and the sides need to be "linked", Devil's Claw can do this for you.
Devil's Shoestring (Viburnum alnifolium)
Its flexible, so its a twisting herb. It can be turned on you, or be used for your favor.
Its also known as black haw, sweet haw, and stag bush. Its used, medicinally, to negate cramps, as its an antispasmodic. Its a powerful herb for female healing to boot, so its logical that the herb would be particularly handy for women to use.
Dragon's Blood (Calamus draco)
This is one of those herbs that I suggest buying directly from a source that you can trust. Its expensive and when you buy the baggies without a specific Latin name on it, you're probably not going to get the one you want.
Croton lechleri is used for medical concerns, like cuts or stomach aches because its great at patching folks up. The potential downside is that it comes from a rubber plant, and thus the sap contains a liquid form of latex. If you have an allergy, that could have severe repercussions, even if you were to burn it.
Calamus draco, however, does not have any latex in it and is instead used for everything from drumming up power to setting barriers, breathing life into objects, closing objects, clearing them out, the works. Its usefulness cannot, in my experience, be overstated so long as you know what you're doing.
More on this later. Be well,