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Useful Full Moon Recipes

Huch.. ist das Wasser aber kaltUseful Full Moon Recipes

 

Full Moon Oil Recipe

6 drops gardenia essential oil
4 drops lotus essential oil
2 drops jasmine essential oil
Add to a base oil such as sweet almond or grape seed (about 15mls of carrier oil should be about right).

 

Full Moon Balm
(for pulse points)

6 drops sandalwood essential oil
3 drops lemon essential oil
2 drops palma rose essential oil
¼ cup grated beeswax
¼ cup vegetable oil
Melt oil and wax together, cool slightly then stir in essential oils. Store in an airtight pot.

Full Moon Incense
(loose mix to burn on charcoal disc)

2 parts sandalwood
2 parts frankincense resin
¼ part dried rose petals
½ part orris root
6 drops sandalwood oil

Moon Magic Bath Salts

1 cup sea salt
8 drops sandalwood essential oil
8 drops lotus essential oil
Mix together and store in an airtight container, sprinkle a couple of tablespoons of the mixture in you bath.

 

Pagan Portals – Moon Magic
Rachel Patterson

 

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Full Moon Balm

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Full Moon Balm

(for pulse points)

6 drops sandalwood essential oil

3 drops lemon essential oil

2 drops palma rose essential oil

¼ cup grated beeswax

¼ cup vegetable oil

Melt oil and wax together, cool slightly then stir in essential oils. Store in an airtight pot.

Pagan Portals – Moon Magic

Rachel Patterson


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Full Moon Oil Recipe

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Full Moon Oil Recipe

 

6 drops gardenia essential oil

4 drops lotus essential oil

2 drops jasmine essential oil

Add to a base oil such as sweet almond or grape seed (about 15mls of carrier oil should be about right).

 

Pagan Portals – Moon Magic

Rachel Patterson


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Samhain Incense and Oils

Samhain Incense #1

  • 1 part Powdered Allspice
  • 1 part Ground Black Pepper
  • 2 parts Clove Powder
  • 1 part Myrrh
  • 12 parts lightly crushed Rose Petals
Samhain Incense #3

  • 1 part Rowan Berries
  • 1 part Blackthorn Wood
  • 1/2 part Galangal Root
  • 1/2 part Chervil
  • 1/2 part Vervain
  • 1/2 part Parsley
Samhain Incense #2

  • 1 part Crushed Holly Leaf
  • 1 part Crushed Oak Leaf
  • 1 part Dragon’s Blood Resin
  • 1 part Cedar Berries
  • 1 part crushed Rose Petals
  • 2 parts crushed Mugwort Leaves
  • 2 parts Frankincense Tears
  • 4 parts Myrrh Resin
  • 4 parts crushed Rosemary Leaves
  • 4 parts Chrysanthemum Flower Petals
  • 4 parts crushed Pine Needles
Samhain Oil

  • 2 parts Pine Oil
  • 1 part Frankincense Oil
  • 1 part Patchouli oil
  • 1 part Lavendar oil

From: http://www.wiccanway.com/Samhain-Solitary-Ritual-Guide_c_198.html

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FULL MOON OIL


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FULL MOON OIL

13 drops of sandalwood essential oil
9 drops of vanilla essential oil or extract
3 drops of jasmine essential oil
1 drop of rose essential oil

Mix prior to a full moon. Charge in a clear container or vial in the light
of the full moon. Use to anoint candles or yourself for full moon rituals
or just when you feel like you need the moons energy.

 

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Full Moon Room Spray


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 Full Moon Room Spray

Finish your cleaning by freshening each room with a few sprays of this easy-to-make spritz:

Full Moon Room Spray

9 drops sandalwood essential oil (use only pure essential oils)

6 drops jasmine essential oil

3 drops rose essential oil

Or for a less floral scent:

9 drops sandalwood essential oil

6 drops frankincense essential oil

3 drops lemon essential oil

With an eyedropper, release the essential oils into a 6-ounce misting bottle. Fill the bottle with water that’s been blessed under the Full Moon. Shake well before each use.

The Ones Who Dance Alone: Full Moon Celebrations for the Solitary Witch

T.J. Burns

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Romantic Escape Oil


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Romantic Escape Oil

1 drop orange essential oil
2 drops cedar essential oil
2 drops clary sage essential oil
2 drops pure vanilla extract (from the grocery store)
2 ounces canola oil

Mix together and store in a dark place. Use for massage.

by Judith Fitzsimmons and Paul Bousquet.

Spells and Magick

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Let’s Talk Witch – Use of & Combining of Magical Oils

Use of & Combining of Magical Oils

Magical oil is very useful to practitioners of all types of magic.  It can be used:

To anoint candles for candle burning rituals

To anoint, consecrate, or bless ritual objects

To wear to increase certain powers or talents you would like to enhance, with an added bonus of having a pleasing scent.

As a substitute for burning incense to experience a particular scent if you are in a place where incense is frowned upon.

 

Combining Your Own

Oil Many witches prefer to create their own magical oils.  By creating the oil blend personally, their own power and intent will be transferred to the blend, which cannot happen when buying premade blends.  It can also be more cost efficient to create your own blends.

Recipes are based on essential oil, not synthetic.  While synthetic oil is generally much cheaper than essential oil and might smell similar, synthetic does not hold any magical properties as it is missing the root and essence of the plant. Please beware some essential oils can be toxic, harmful to skin, harmful to ingest, or cause allergic reactions in some people.  Always use caution and good judgment.  If you are creating a blend that will be worn on the skin or added to a bath, it needs to be tested before you get it all over yourself or someone else.  An easy way to test is to dab a small amount of the oil on your arm or elbow, and wait a few hours.  If nothing happens, you probably aren’t allergic.  Always, if you are unsure whether or not an essential oil can be ingested, don’t ingest it or else do good research beforehand.  With a good bit of common sense everyone can practice magic safely.

 

 

—Gianne’s Grimoire of Personal Power
Lady Gianne

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