It's debated whether Traditional Chinese Medicine counts as witchcraft but living in Singapore I've found that Chinese/Chinese-descended witches will say yes but TCM users and practitioners just look at you confused. haha. But I guess in a way it is a form of spirituality.
- sprinkle of moonwater (for bringing in "clean" energy)
- 9 chinese wolfberries (aka goji berries)
- 3 teaspoons of ginseng root (roughly)
- jasmine green tea
The goji berries and ginseng fight fatigue and the green tea brings brain-power energy and peace of mind (since jasmine here is often associated to relaxation rather than love). I used to use oolong tea instead of green tea however the bitter flavour can get quite intense.
These ingredients were common and easy for me to get in Singapore because most people here are Chinese-descended and or spiritual but for those of you in the west you can visit any Chinese medicine shop and find goji berries and ginseng. Ginseng can be expensive but you don't need to spend that much money on decent ginseng. Blessed be!