Anti depressant

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Clear a friends depression with this spell

You will need the following items for this Spell
Red candle
Yellow/orange candle
White candle
A strand of hair from the person Your trying to cure
A yellow strip of fabric
Sea salt
A large bowl or plate
A quiet room
Crushed rosemary or basil and cinnamon+ginger root (it can be the cooking kind) crushed up and mixed

Casting Instructions for 'Anti depressant'

Wrap the hair in yellow fabric. If it’s long woman’s hair, roll it into a ball first.
It’s important that the fabric is yellow becomes yellow symbolizes, peace, happiness, confidence, and charm. If your trying to cure this person of depression, then those are the things you need.
Soak the ‘wrap’ in water for about a minute. Then let it dry for at least 24 hours.
Set down the bowl/plate, and place the strand of hair in the middle of the plate/bowl.
Circle it once with honey, then sprinkle the salt and herbs over the honey so it sticks.
Grab the three (or four if you use orange and yellow) candles and arrange them all around the plate.
Light the red candle first and say
“Red, fiery bright.
Come and help thy heart tonight.
Bind with the joy and the love of a thousand ones.”
Light the orange candle and say
“Orange, courageous and helpful.
Let thy mind dodge the fears and
strive in cleanliness.”
Light the white candle and say
“White, as bright as light.
Purity and clean thy sins
And wear away all darkness.”
Turn off the light.
Take the fabric hair wrap and let the flame touch it a little, only a small bit of flame. Make sure each candle fire has touched it once. Best if it happens 3 times though.
Set the burning fabric and hair into the center of the honey, herbs and candles.
Chant 3 times
“Oh gods and goddesses of the earth.
My dear ______ (their full name including last) is very ill. With the fate of early death in their eyes.
Please cure them of their sickness. Bring the happiness and love to their heart.
Oh gods and goddesses hear my plea
I beg for ______ (their first name) so mote it be.”