There were also a handful of protection spells using blueberry in Judika Illes’s Encyclopedia of 5,000 Spells (a book that, on occasion, I have accidentally referred to as “The Encyclopedia of Everything”).
But this blueberry hex was interesting — it doesn’t say what the blueberry infusion will do. Just that it’s malicious.
IF the person you’re hexing has a penis, you could maybe give them a constant state of blueballs?
*skids sideways into the conversation, composes herself, smooths clothing*
When placed by the person who owns the home or property, blueberry leaves are a powerful protectant, and growing the vines in your garden keeps away unwanted visitors and intruders.
However, when sprinkled on someone else’s doorstep, it invites trouble and strife, and if the person you’re aiming at is a witch, it can cause household wards to weaken faster than they otherwise would, or to fail completely.
This is a “Oh my fucking god, why is NOTHING going right in this house today!?” curse.