A traditional condition oil used to cast hexes:
- Grind up black mustard seeds, black pepper, mullein, stinging nettles and valerian.
- Put it in a bottle and cover with mineral (baby) oil.
- Float whole peppercorns in the oil and if you have a black dog, add one single hair. (Pick it off the sofa or your clothing. Don’t bother the dog, annoying the dog will cause the spell to backfire on you immediately even before the Rule of Three kicks in.)
Sprinkle Notre Dame Water through the home using a white rose as an asperging tool.
Concentrate on corners, closets, thresholds, and any areas that are frequent sites of tension and dissension.
Notre Dame Water promotes peace, calm, and serenity; summons benevolent spirits to your home and disperses any malevolent ones lingering about.
Place a few spoonfuls into open dishes and distribute through the house. Add more as it evaporates.
Certain magickally charged formula waters simultaneously provide house blessings with space cleansing spells.
Surround your dwelling with fresh basil so as to draw and increase joy within the home, and to stimulate tranquility, harmony, cooperation, and peace.
Grow basil in your garden and around the house
Place pots of fresh basil by your front entrance and around the perimeter of your home.
If it’s not possible to grow basil, then place fresh basil in a vase in a prominent spot in your kitchen, replacing it weekly or as soon as it starts to spoil.
Cook with it as much as possible or incorporate it into spellwork. (Since basil also draws love and money towards you, this isn’t a painful, difficult recommendation!)
For this Russian spell to protect and maintain the stability of the home, gather ashes from seven wood stoves and sprinkle them on to your stove, hearth, or cauldron.
Sprinkle Anger Powder onto lit charcoal and burn as incense. Be sure to provide proper ventilation, as it isn’t advisable to inhale sulfur fumes.
Sprinkle the powder as needed, in areas where tension and anger occurs or where you anticipate it strongly. To make the powder more “powdery” blend it with rice powder or cornstarch.