Sag Spiced Honey (Lemonade)
Cool down from that fiery sagittarius eclipse energy, while still sipping in the optimism with this nonalcoholic, spiced honey lemonade.
Energetic Alignment: Healing, Purification, Joy & Optimism, Wisdom
This spiced honey lemonade is the perfect way to cool off and soothe your soul while still calling down the energy of the Sagittarius moon and eclipse. With ingredients like clove, ginger, and nutmeg aligned to the optimism and energy of Sagittarius, healing allspice and wise rosemary and honey, this honey lemonade is just the treat to refresh and reset your soul, as you look up at the stars and reflect on the heavenly energy.
Sag Spiced Honey (Lemonade)
- 1 slice fresh ginger
- 1 sprig rosemary
- 1 pinch clove
- 1 pinch nutmeg
- 1 pinch allspice
- 3 ounces honey simple syrup (1:1 sugar to hot water)
- 3.5+ ounces fresh lemon juice
- In the bottom of a highball glass, add ginger, rosemary, and spices. Pour in honey, and muddle these ingredients together, so that the rosemary and ginger break a part and spread their oils and flavors into the honey syrup. Then add ice, and pour in lemon juice per desired acidity level. Garnish with rosemary sprig
Magical correspondences of ingredients, as they align to this lunar energy.
- Allspice (Mars, Jupiter, Earth, Fire) – Money, Luck, Healing
- Clove (Jupiter, Sun, Sag) – Comfort, Cleansing, Love/Sex, Money/Riches, Protection, Vibration Raising, Spirituality, Stop Gossip
- Ginger (Mars, Sag, Fire) – Love, Money, Success, Power
- Honey (Sun) – Purification, Health, Love, Sex, Happiness, Spirituality, Wisdom, Weight Loss
- Lemon (Moon, Water) – Longevity, Purification, Love, Friendship, Joy
- Nutmeg (Jupiter, Sag, Moon) – Luck, Money, Health, Fidelity
- Rosemary (Sun, Mercury, Moon, Sag) – Protection, Love, Lust, Mental Powers, Purification, Healing, Sleep, Youth
Here are the resources I used to help guide my work beyond what I already know! I highly recommend these reference tests 🙂
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- Cunningham, Scott. Cunningham’s Encyclopedia of Wicca in the Kitchen. Llewellyn Publications, 1990.
- Cunningham, Scott. Cunningham’s Encyclopedia of Magical Herbs. Llewellyn Publications, 1985.
- Kynes, Sandra. Llewellyn’s Complete Book of Correspondences: A Comprehensive Cross-Referenced Resource for Pagans & Wiccans. Llewellyn, 2013.
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