Myrrh Maid - an incense love spell....
These incense pastilles are very seductive and sweet, but not too sweet. The deep resinous aroma of Yemeni Myrrh lends this blend a delightful earthiness .
Melding together caramel Benzoin, fine Myrrh, and sexy Labdanum , fusing them with Dark Myrrh Essential oil from Kenya and Labdanum absolute, the pastilles are then hand cut and placed in nest of Amber bits of Myrrh rubbed with Myrrh oil (our very best) with 2 very special blossoms laid on top.
These small blue buds are *Clitoria ternatea, and have a magickal quality, they can create a cup of ocean blue elixir when steeped in warm water, add a pinch of Sea Salt and voila - “Mermaid Tears”.
The sexual nature and color of these flowers is so unique and you will not believe the beautiful shade of royal they create in water. Their scent is is erotic as well, with musky grass-like marine notes. It is also lovely a a tea and has anti-depressent properties.
Prepare the Mermaid Tears by placing the 2 Clitoria flowers in a clear crystal cup or glass. Then add a pinch of Sea Salt and a cup of Warm water, as the flowers release their mystical color, picture in your mind a Mermaid imbuing the water with her tears of love. Mermaid tears are an ancient symbol pf passion, devotion and love.
A few drops of these tears should be placed in your beloveds wine or even mixed in with food. Seafood or Oysters are perfect. Put some in your glass as well.
So whether you want to invoke the romance of Mermaids into your life , cast a sedcutive spell, or just enjoy another unusual Mermade experience - We know know you will enjoy this blend!
This price is for 13 pastilles , 2 Clitoria Flowers packed in Yemeni Myrrh in a lovely little tin.
*Clitoria ternatea, commonly known as Asian pigeonwings, bluebellvine, blue pea, butterfly pea, cordofan pea and Darwin pea, is a plant species belonging to the Fabaceae family. The flowers of this vine have the shape of human female genitals, hence the Latin name of the genus"Clitoria"
In traditional Ayurvedic medicine, it is ascribed various qualities including memory enhancing, nootropic, antistress, anxiolytic, antidepressant, anticonvulsant, tranquilizing, and sedative properties. In traditional Chinese medicine, due to its appearance similar to the female reproductive organ, and consistent with the Western concept of the doctrine of signatures, the plant has been ascribed properties affecting this organ.