Use to help break a spell that has been cast upon you.
Our products may not be the cheapest, and we make no apology for this as they are of EXCEPTIONAL QUALITY and HANDMADE BY US with love, care and using the finest ingredients.
We use real herbs, roots, powders, barks, petals, bones, shells & essential oils or herbal and flower blended oils, amongst many other traditional ingredients. THESE ARE AUTHENTIC AND HANDMADE and are NOT MADE IN A FACTORY USING JUST FRAGRANCE OILS AND COLOURED DYES like many others. Our products are made to GENUINE family recipes that have been handed down.
Price is for one 10ml amber glass vial. (Need a bigger quantity? See below!)
NEED A LARGER SIZE?
We also sell this item in a 50ml Amber Glass Bottle for £25 – a saving of over £9.00!
This larger size is great for practitioners, magical communities or those using this item on a regular basis.
Click here to view our 50ml Glass Bottle Practitioner Range.
HOW TO USE POWDERS & OILS
You can use powders and oils in a number of ways. You can use both the matching oil and powder on a candle before it is burnt to aid the magical work. So for example, a few drops of come to oil and a sprinkling of come to me powder on a red candle would aid that magical work for a come to me spell. Powders and oils can also be used in mojo bags, gris gris bags and magical pouches as well as anointing candles, wearing on your skin (please make sure this is safe first by asking!), cleansing altars, tools and homes, charging amulets, talismans and spell jars and bottles, adding to honey jars and more. They can be sprinkled around your home or personal items that have some link to your magical work (for example, for workings for money, sprinkle in or around your purse) or they can be sprinkled around the intended persons home or items (for example, a crossing powder could be sprinkled around the home of someone you wish to cross and then a candle fixed (anointed) with crossing oil burnt). Some of our oils and powders contain toxic herbs or herbs that may cause an allergy so they must not be taken internally or used on the skin.