The traditional ingredients of Witches Flying ointment in a resin-based Incense.
This is a very potent heady blend, “aromatically narcotic” with classic incense resins and infamous herbs. For use in trance work, dance and when seeking visions.
It contains traditional psychoactive plant materials and unusual aromatics. Most herbs grown here in our garden.
It should be used carefully and consciously in a sacred manner. On an electric heater always burn just a small amount at a time. We recommend that you burn it outside in the Moonlight, or in a very well-ventilated area.
This incense is created to not only release a lovely fragrance but also to create a magickal environment. It has wonderful incense qualities with a high herbal content.
When using this blend be conscious of performing a ritual. It is not meant to just perfume the air, but to create a sacred space and be used as an aid to psychic work. Take your time and be open to experience the ritual of incense.
- Black Oman Frankincense
- Agarwood powder
- Salupati (Shorea robusta) “the deliverer of intoxicating resin”
- Tagetes lucida (Mexican Marigold) Used by Aztecs in trance inducing smoke blends (grown in our garden)
- African Artemisia, and Wormwood (grown in our garden)
- Sativa Flower
- Nightshade herb
- Kua Crimson Myrrh
- Storax bark and Resin
- Calamus Root (Sweet Flag)
- A special blend of Essential oils to add a dark sweetness
- Datura "MoonFlowers" , (flowers only) grown and harvested here during the summer. Used in many countries for journey work and in flying ointments (grown in our garden)
"The most beautiful feature of Daturas is certainly their trumpet-like flowers which emanate an unusual heady scent at dusk....The Datura bud unfolds its petals in a gorgeous spiral pattern, which is a beautiful example of the Fibonacci sequence in nature."
"In the mythology of Native Americans, Datura was a sacred plant used for both magical and medicinal purposes. Native American mythology is composed of traditional narratives and spiritual stories which are deeply rooted in nature. In such a religious system, rich with the symbolism of plants, Datura holds a special place. In the culture of aboriginal America, an area populated by Indian tribes living throughout the North and South continents, Datura was one of the most widely used hallucinogenic plants. The plant was prized for its ability to help mortals communicate with gods and with the spirits of the dead."
This price is for 2 oz in an amber jar
Use this incense in a sacred way....That is how it is prepared.
For more information:
Oracluar Incense and Incense Divination, article at Mermade
Datura, an article at Frangrantica - By: Marina MilojeviÄ‡