That isn't to say that there are only a handful of herbs in each category that can be used for magic; really, the information is there to whet your appetite and spark a curious fire in you so that you can use the info I've provided to delve deeper into the Artes Magickal. They are, after all, a passion of mine. ;)
Caraway (Carum carvi)
As such it is useful in healing, opening up energy pathways, cutting through blockages, and helping women, in particular, to access deeper trances and higher states of awareness.
It's also an anti-jinx herb that favors women's matters and concerns. Trouble with legal issues, money, pregnancy, and mood can all be protected against by this herb.
Cat's Claw (Uncaria tomentosa)
It can dial up your stress levels in the short term, until you get used to that level of awareness. Be sure to keep that in mind.
Copal (Bureseru microphylla)
Coriander (Coriandrum sativum)
If your job has been threatened, its a good way to calm the storm and help you get a better foothold. Its neither preventative nor curative...its meant to give you a short while to prepare while the mess is hitting the fan.
In my experience, the elemental association of Coriandrum sativum changes depending on which part you're using and how fresh it is. Dried coriander seeds are fiery, whereas fresh, wet Cilantro leaves are water in fire. Powdered seeds are earthy and fiery, etc. Play with the herb and see what you can think up.
Cumin (Cuminum cyminum)
There you have a few new ideas of herbs to work with in your endeavors.