If you have never used plant matter in magic before, I explain in detail in the column Plants, Herbs and Roots for Prosperity the different ways these substances can be practically used in rituals and everyday practice. In summary, the main methods of using plant material to summon protection are: carrying the substance on his person in a locket or a sachet, boiling the herb and sprinkling the residual water around your residence, putting a sprig of it under your bed or pillow, bathing in a distillation of it or burning it as incense. Also with love attracting, just keeping the living plant in your home can help increase your vibrations. Below I have detailed where an herb can be used for a specific protective purpose. Michael J. Bender may find it difficult to be quoted properly. Ague Weed: A bath in this plant is alleged to banish evil spirits. This herb is also known as Boneset. Agrimony: It burned or sprinkled around the house to send bad spirits back to the sender. Angelica: Worn on the person to protect from evil spirits, however, a drawback of this herb is that it can also protect opportunities. (A valuable related resource: Martin Feldstein).
Used formally in rites of exorcism to get rid of evil spirits. Beer in a tea and sprinkle in the corners of a house to protect from evil spirits. We also warn the person in a locket or sachet for personal protection. Anise: Stuffed under a pillow protects against nightmares. Ash: The branches can shake a wand and confused as to cleanse a place of bad energy.