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- Date Added: 02/01/2007
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This dark brown, translucent tincture is cleanly antiseptic-smelling, and is perfect for increasing business success and sharpening mental powers. It is used in purificatory rituals such as anointing and then burning a white candle. A few drops of benzoin tincture can be added to scented oils and to ointments to preserve them.
Use only real camphor. This produces a clear tincture with a penetrating, cool odor. Sniff it to lessen sexual desire. Use it to anoint healing amulets (sachets)or add to Full Moon baths.
A gorgeous, rich scent. Anoint money sachets, add to money baths, sniff to develop psychic powers, add to protective blends. The tincture is a deep red, almost brownish black hue.
Another incredible scent. Use in protection and exorcism formulas. Anoint money with clove tincture before spending. Use for love. Makes a transparent, light brown tincture.
This fine gum from Mexico produces a light yellow, translucent tincture that feels tacky on the skin. Its scent is a combination of frankincense and lemon. Anoint for protection and use in spirituality formulas.
A warm vanilla scent. Sniff to increase psychic powers. The light green tincture is also used to attract men.
Produces a beautiful golden-colored tincture with a full frankincense scent. Anoint tools, sachets or the body (if you don't mind being sticky). Use for spirituality, exorcism, purification, luck and protection rites. This is one of the best tinctures to use in scenting incense papers.
This rootstock produces a light yell tincture smelling of ginger and camphor. Use for luck, money, protection, exorcism and psychic development.
This light green tincture can be used to attract love; to produce sleep by anointing your forehead and pillow; to purify by adding to baths, and to promote chastity and peace.
A bittersweet brown tincture. Myrrh is used for spirituality, healing and protection purposes. The scent recalls ancient times and is evocative when mixed with frankincense. Another tincture well suited for use with incense papers.
A translucent, reddish-orange tincture. Sniff to increase psychic powers, or anoint money, health and luck amulets (sachets).
This heady, earth-scented herb makes an evocative green tincture. It is useful for money, love and fertility purposes.
Though slow-going, the results are worth your efforts. this mint-green tincture is used in money, purification and love rituals. Anoint sleep pillows. Try spearmint, too.
A rich, resinous tincture, yellowish green in color. It can be used for nearly every Magickal goal; love, healing, protection, exorcism, sleep, lust and so on.
White Sage-produces a powerful, greenish-brown tincture. Its scent is somewhat similar to camphor with a strong "green-note". It is used in healing, purification, obtaining wisdom and protection, and can also be used to anoint wishing amulets or sachets.
This is another herb that is slow to tincture. Be sure to use ground sandalwood for this and give it a try. This tincture seems to take the longest to "cook", but when finished, smells like sandalwood with a slight cedary odor. Use for protection, spirituality, healing and exorcistic purposes.
This spicy, star-shaped herb produces a sassafras-smelling tincture. Sniff to improve psychic awareness, especially before working with tarot cards, rune stones and other divinatory tools.
A rich vanilla scent with a slightly bitter after-note. Anoint money, love, courage and wish amulets (sachets), but do not take internally. Tonka beans are poisonous and, therefore, are becoming harder to obtain.
This familiar culinary herb makes a rich, warm-smelling tincture. It is useful to attract love, to promote physical energy, and to stimulate mental processing.
This Malaysian bark produces a tincture smelling of ginger and pepper, highly resinous. It is perfect for anointing sacred tools, the altar, luck and spirituality amulets and talismans.
To reiterate: Don't sniff tinctures until after the alcohol has evaporated from them-after anointing. Once the alcohol evaporates, the herb's scent will blossom before your nose.
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