Making the New Year Successful: 13 Common Plants for Luck & Prosperity

Purple-Rose-Plant-SeedsHappy New Year Loves! 2015 went by like a breeze in the wind, didn’t it? I hope many of you had a wonderful and successful year! If not, then I hope this year brings you all that you want! If you’re looking for an extra boost in luck & prosperity, check out these 13 common plants that are beaming with wonderful vibes:




  1. Oak
  2. Alfalfa


  1. Purslane
  2. Rose
  3. Nutmeg
  4. Star Anise
  5. Aloe


  1. Lavender
  2. Lemon
  3. Sage


  1. Lemon Balm
  2. Cinnamon
  3. Ginger

Make your own prosperity tea:

  • 1 part alfalfa leaves (dried)
  • 1 part purslane or rose buds
  • 1 part lemon (fresh and organic, so you can use the rind!)
  • 1 part ginger root (fresh or dried)

Directions (makes approx 2-3 cups of tea):

Take 4 cups of purified water and add to a saucer pan. Add ginger and let it simmer and cover for 15-20 minutes. Add the lemon and simmer for an additional 5 minutes. Bring tea to a boil. Once it’s boiling, remove from stove and add the alfalfa leaves and the purslane or rose buds. Let them steep for 5-7 minutes. Strain and enjoy! This tea might taste a bit funny with the alfalfa so you may want to add a bit of honey, stevia, or agave nectar. Drink as often as you like but make sure you focus on your goals and aspirations with each sip!

Prosperity PoporriOr, make an herbal potpourri mixture: 

You can basically take a combination of the herbs mentioned above and make a potpourri mix to add to your altar or prayer area. Place your business cards, flyers, etc. in or underneath the potpourri bowl to set the intent. Definitely experiment with different herbs and scents. You may even want to add few drops of essential oils if you have them. Here’s a mixture I made earlier this week:

  • 1 part oak
  • 1 part rose buds & petals
  • 1 part sage
  • 1 part ginger root
  • 2-3 drops of lavender essential oil
  • 2-3 drops of lemon balm

There you go my friends; may all of your goals, ventures, and more come true this year! Be sure to thank the plant world for their assistance 🙂 Also, I would love to know if you tried any of the recipes above or if you came up with something of your own. Leave a comment below!

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