• ABRAMELIN - a take on the original recipe is the same as the holy oil given to Moses by God The making of loose incense requires a good balance of ingredients in order to create the lasting, smoldering effect that incense is known for. Our loose incense is what is called “self-igniting,” meaning, we added in makko powder so that it will light on its own without having to burn it over charcoals. However, you may choose to burn it on charcoal disks along with other raw herbs, resins, flowers and barks. Each type of incense incorporates the herbs and essential oils that were historically used for that specific magical purpose. Incense has been used for thousands of years for prayer, spiritual purposes, to scent the air, drive way insects, and for protection and purification. 1/3 cup of loose incense makes plenty of burnings. The back label for each pack of our loose incense reads: “Incense has been used throughout history to carry one’s prayer towards the heavens or to cleanse a space for ceremonial use. Exodus 30:1, “Thou shalt make an Altar to burn Incense on.” The oldest incenses were in loose form – combining tree resins, woods, and dried herbs or flowers. How to use: take a pinch of loose incense and form into a loose cone or mound shape on a fire safe dish or in sand. Light top of incense, blow out, and allow to continue to burn.”
  • ADAM AND EVE - most often used in Hoodoo to strengthen a marriage or to heal one. The making of loose incense requires a good balance of ingredients in order to create the lasting, smoldering effect that incense is known for. Our loose incense is what is called “self-igniting,” meaning, we added in makko powder so that it will light on its own without having to burn it over charcoals. However, you may choose to burn it on charcoal disks along with other raw herbs, resins, flowers and barks. Each type of incense incorporates the herbs and essential oils that were historically used for that specific magical purpose. Incense has been used for thousands of years for prayer, spiritual purposes, to scent the air, drive way insects, and for protection and purification. 1/3 cup of loose incense makes plenty of burnings. The back label for each pack of our loose incense reads: “Incense has been used throughout history to carry one’s prayer towards the heavens or to cleanse a space for ceremonial use. Exodus 30:1, “Thou shalt make an Altar to burn Incense on.” The oldest incenses were in loose form – combining tree resins, woods, and dried herbs or flowers. How to use: take a pinch of loose incense and form into a loose cone or mound shape on a fire safe dish or in sand. Light top of incense, blow out, and allow to continue to burn.”
  • ATTRACT - for attracting all things to you whether it be love, money, luck, success, or whatever you desire The making of loose incense requires a good balance of ingredients in order to create the lasting, smoldering effect that incense is known for. Our loose incense is what is called “self-igniting,” meaning, we added in makko powder so that it will light on its own without having to burn it over charcoals. However, you may choose to burn it on charcoal disks along with other raw herbs, resins, flowers and barks. Each type of incense incorporates the herbs and essential oils that were historically used for that specific magical purpose. Incense has been used for thousands of years for prayer, spiritual purposes, to scent the air, drive way insects, and for protection and purification. 1/3 cup of loose incense makes plenty of burnings. The back label for each pack of our loose incense reads: “Incense has been used throughout history to carry one’s prayer towards the heavens or to cleanse a space for ceremonial use. Exodus 30:1, “Thou shalt make an Altar to burn Incense on.” The oldest incenses were in loose form – combining tree resins, woods, and dried herbs or flowers. How to use: take a pinch of loose incense and form into a loose cone or mound shape on a fire safe dish or in sand. Light top of incense, blow out, and allow to continue to burn.”
  • BANISH NEGATIVITY - The Banish Negativity oil is meant to dampen to effects of negative people and influences around you. The making of loose incense requires a good balance of ingredients in order to create the lasting, smoldering effect that incense is known for. Our loose incense is what is called “self-igniting,” meaning, we added in makko powder so that it will light on its own without having to burn it over charcoals. However, you may choose to burn it on charcoal disks along with other raw herbs, resins, flowers and barks. Each type of incense incorporates the herbs and essential oils that were historically used for that specific magical purpose. Incense has been used for thousands of years for prayer, spiritual purposes, to scent the air, drive way insects, and for protection and purification. 1/3 cup of loose incense makes plenty of burnings. The back label for each pack of our loose incense reads: “Incense has been used throughout history to carry one’s prayer towards the heavens or to cleanse a space for ceremonial use. Exodus 30:1, “Thou shalt make an Altar to burn Incense on.” The oldest incenses were in loose form – combining tree resins, woods, and dried herbs or flowers. How to use: take a pinch of loose incense and form into a loose cone or mound shape on a fire safe dish or in sand. Light top of incense, blow out, and allow to continue to burn.”
  • BEND OVER - Bend Over is used to subdue the will of another person and compel them to follow your own bidding. The making of loose incense requires a good balance of ingredients in order to create the lasting, smoldering effect that incense is known for. Our loose incense is what is called “self-igniting,” meaning, we added in makko powder so that it will light on its own without having to burn it over charcoals. However, you may choose to burn it on charcoal disks along with other raw herbs, resins, flowers and barks. Each type of incense incorporates the herbs and essential oils that were historically used for that specific magical purpose. Incense has been used for thousands of years for prayer, spiritual purposes, to scent the air, drive way insects, and for protection and purification. 1/3 cup of loose incense makes plenty of burnings. The back label for each pack of our loose incense reads: “Incense has been used throughout history to carry one’s prayer towards the heavens or to cleanse a space for ceremonial use. Exodus 30:1, “Thou shalt make an Altar to burn Incense on.” The oldest incenses were in loose form – combining tree resins, woods, and dried herbs or flowers. How to use: take a pinch of loose incense and form into a loose cone or mound shape on a fire safe dish or in sand. Light top of incense, blow out, and allow to continue to burn.”
  • BETTER BUSINESS - to help increase business traffic, sales, and interest in a business. Can be used in many ways that deal with your business. The making of loose incense requires a good balance of ingredients in order to create the lasting, smoldering effect that incense is known for. Our loose incense is what is called “self-igniting,” meaning, we added in makko powder so that it will light on its own without having to burn it over charcoals. However, you may choose to burn it on charcoal disks along with other raw herbs, resins, flowers and barks. Each type of incense incorporates the herbs and essential oils that were historically used for that specific magical purpose. Incense has been used for thousands of years for prayer, spiritual purposes, to scent the air, drive way insects, and for protection and purification. 1/3 cup of loose incense makes plenty of burnings. The back label for each pack of our loose incense reads: “Incense has been used throughout history to carry one’s prayer towards the heavens or to cleanse a space for ceremonial use. Exodus 30:1, “Thou shalt make an Altar to burn Incense on.” The oldest incenses were in loose form – combining tree resins, woods, and dried herbs or flowers. How to use: take a pinch of loose incense and form into a loose cone or mound shape on a fire safe dish or in sand. Light top of incense, blow out, and allow to continue to burn.”
  • BINDING - to prevent another from using magic against you or to thwart their negative intentions and keep them from their goal. The making of loose incense requires a good balance of ingredients in order to create the lasting, smoldering effect that incense is known for. Our loose incense is what is called “self-igniting,” meaning, we added in makko powder so that it will light on its own without having to burn it over charcoals. However, you may choose to burn it on charcoal disks along with other raw herbs, resins, flowers and barks. Each type of incense incorporates the herbs and essential oils that were historically used for that specific magical purpose. Incense has been used for thousands of years for prayer, spiritual purposes, to scent the air, drive way insects, and for protection and purification. 1/3 cup of loose incense makes plenty of burnings. The back label for each pack of our loose incense reads: “Incense has been used throughout history to carry one’s prayer towards the heavens or to cleanse a space for ceremonial use. Exodus 30:1, “Thou shalt make an Altar to burn Incense on.” The oldest incenses were in loose form – combining tree resins, woods, and dried herbs or flowers. How to use: take a pinch of loose incense and form into a loose cone or mound shape on a fire safe dish or in sand. Light top of incense, blow out, and allow to continue to burn.”
  • BLACKHAWK - call upon the spirit of Blackhawk to aid you in your workings. The making of loose incense requires a good balance of ingredients in order to create the lasting, smoldering effect that incense is known for. Our loose incense is what is called “self-igniting,” meaning, we added in makko powder so that it will light on its own without having to burn it over charcoals. However, you may choose to burn it on charcoal disks along with other raw herbs, resins, flowers and barks. Each type of incense incorporates the herbs and essential oils that were historically used for that specific magical purpose. Incense has been used for thousands of years for prayer, spiritual purposes, to scent the air, drive way insects, and for protection and purification. 1/3 cup of loose incense makes plenty of burnings. The back label for each pack of our loose incense reads: “Incense has been used throughout history to carry one’s prayer towards the heavens or to cleanse a space for ceremonial use. Exodus 30:1, “Thou shalt make an Altar to burn Incense on.” The oldest incenses were in loose form – combining tree resins, woods, and dried herbs or flowers. How to use: take a pinch of loose incense and form into a loose cone or mound shape on a fire safe dish or in sand. Light top of incense, blow out, and allow to continue to burn.”
  • BOSS CONTROL - traditionally used to make your boss or employee see things your way and side in your favor. The making of loose incense requires a good balance of ingredients in order to create the lasting, smoldering effect that incense is known for. Our loose incense is what is called “self-igniting,” meaning, we added in makko powder so that it will light on its own without having to burn it over charcoals. However, you may choose to burn it on charcoal disks along with other raw herbs, resins, flowers and barks. Each type of incense incorporates the herbs and essential oils that were historically used for that specific magical purpose. Incense has been used for thousands of years for prayer, spiritual purposes, to scent the air, drive way insects, and for protection and purification. 1/3 cup of loose incense makes plenty of burnings. The back label for each pack of our loose incense reads: “Incense has been used throughout history to carry one’s prayer towards the heavens or to cleanse a space for ceremonial use. Exodus 30:1, “Thou shalt make an Altar to burn Incense on.” The oldest incenses were in loose form – combining tree resins, woods, and dried herbs or flowers. How to use: take a pinch of loose incense and form into a loose cone or mound shape on a fire safe dish or in sand. Light top of incense, blow out, and allow to continue to burn.”
  • BREAKUP - Not just for breaking up a couple of lovers but also for ending bad business relationships quickly. The making of loose incense requires a good balance of ingredients in order to create the lasting, smoldering effect that incense is known for. Our loose incense is what is called “self-igniting,” meaning, we added in makko powder so that it will light on its own without having to burn it over charcoals. However, you may choose to burn it on charcoal disks along with other raw herbs, resins, flowers and barks. Each type of incense incorporates the herbs and essential oils that were historically used for that specific magical purpose. Incense has been used for thousands of years for prayer, spiritual purposes, to scent the air, drive way insects, and for protection and purification. 1/3 cup of loose incense makes plenty of burnings. The back label for each pack of our loose incense reads: “Incense has been used throughout history to carry one’s prayer towards the heavens or to cleanse a space for ceremonial use. Exodus 30:1, “Thou shalt make an Altar to burn Incense on.” The oldest incenses were in loose form – combining tree resins, woods, and dried herbs or flowers. How to use: take a pinch of loose incense and form into a loose cone or mound shape on a fire safe dish or in sand. Light top of incense, blow out, and allow to continue to burn.”
  • BUST IT DOWN - also known as Blockbuster oil. It is most often used for breaking down obstacles in your way, no matter what they are. The making of loose incense requires a good balance of ingredients in order to create the lasting, smoldering effect that incense is known for. Our loose incense is what is called “self-igniting,” meaning, we added in makko powder so that it will light on its own without having to burn it over charcoals. However, you may choose to burn it on charcoal disks along with other raw herbs, resins, flowers and barks. Each type of incense incorporates the herbs and essential oils that were historically used for that specific magical purpose. Incense has been used for thousands of years for prayer, spiritual purposes, to scent the air, drive way insects, and for protection and purification. 1/3 cup of loose incense makes plenty of burnings. The back label for each pack of our loose incense reads: “Incense has been used throughout history to carry one’s prayer towards the heavens or to cleanse a space for ceremonial use. Exodus 30:1, “Thou shalt make an Altar to burn Incense on.” The oldest incenses were in loose form – combining tree resins, woods, and dried herbs or flowers. How to use: take a pinch of loose incense and form into a loose cone or mound shape on a fire safe dish or in sand. Light top of incense, blow out, and allow to continue to burn.”
  • CAST OUT AND BANISH - for when you want to get a certain person OR situation out of your life as well as evil outside influences. Can also be used to keep busy-body neighbors at bay. The making of loose incense requires a good balance of ingredients in order to create the lasting, smoldering effect that incense is known for. Our loose incense is what is called “self-igniting,” meaning, we added in makko powder so that it will light on its own without having to burn it over charcoals. However, you may choose to burn it on charcoal disks along with other raw herbs, resins, flowers and barks. Each type of incense incorporates the herbs and essential oils that were historically used for that specific magical purpose. Incense has been used for thousands of years for prayer, spiritual purposes, to scent the air, drive way insects, and for protection and purification. 1/3 cup of loose incense makes plenty of burnings. The back label for each pack of our loose incense reads: “Incense has been used throughout history to carry one’s prayer towards the heavens or to cleanse a space for ceremonial use. Exodus 30:1, “Thou shalt make an Altar to burn Incense on.” The oldest incenses were in loose form – combining tree resins, woods, and dried herbs or flowers. How to use: take a pinch of loose incense and form into a loose cone or mound shape on a fire safe dish or in sand. Light top of incense, blow out, and allow to continue to burn.”
  • CLEARING AND UNBLOCKING - Meant to clear out and unblock old messages from the past – things that hold you back. The making of loose incense requires a good balance of ingredients in order to create the lasting, smoldering effect that incense is known for. Our loose incense is what is called “self-igniting,” meaning, we added in makko powder so that it will light on its own without having to burn it over charcoals. However, you may choose to burn it on charcoal disks along with other raw herbs, resins, flowers and barks. Each type of incense incorporates the herbs and essential oils that were historically used for that specific magical purpose. Incense has been used for thousands of years for prayer, spiritual purposes, to scent the air, drive way insects, and for protection and purification. 1/3 cup of loose incense makes plenty of burnings. The back label for each pack of our loose incense reads: “Incense has been used throughout history to carry one’s prayer towards the heavens or to cleanse a space for ceremonial use. Exodus 30:1, “Thou shalt make an Altar to burn Incense on.” The oldest incenses were in loose form – combining tree resins, woods, and dried herbs or flowers. How to use: take a pinch of loose incense and form into a loose cone or mound shape on a fire safe dish or in sand. Light top of incense, blow out, and allow to continue to burn.”
  • COME TO ME - attract a new lover or draw a love to you. Used to anoint the body or to anoint prayer and spell candles. The making of loose incense requires a good balance of ingredients in order to create the lasting, smoldering effect that incense is known for. Our loose incense is what is called “self-igniting,” meaning, we added in makko powder so that it will light on its own without having to burn it over charcoals. However, you may choose to burn it on charcoal disks along with other raw herbs, resins, flowers and barks. Each type of incense incorporates the herbs and essential oils that were historically used for that specific magical purpose. Incense has been used for thousands of years for prayer, spiritual purposes, to scent the air, drive way insects, and for protection and purification. 1/3 cup of loose incense makes plenty of burnings. The back label for each pack of our loose incense reads: “Incense has been used throughout history to carry one’s prayer towards the heavens or to cleanse a space for ceremonial use. Exodus 30:1, “Thou shalt make an Altar to burn Incense on.” The oldest incenses were in loose form – combining tree resins, woods, and dried herbs or flowers. How to use: take a pinch of loose incense and form into a loose cone or mound shape on a fire safe dish or in sand. Light top of incense, blow out, and allow to continue to burn.”
  • COMMAND - Reported to help bring another under your control or bringing them around to your way of thinking. Some sell this oil as Commanding oil. The making of loose incense requires a good balance of ingredients in order to create the lasting, smoldering effect that incense is known for. Our loose incense is what is called “self-igniting,” meaning, we added in makko powder so that it will light on its own without having to burn it over charcoals. However, you may choose to burn it on charcoal disks along with other raw herbs, resins, flowers and barks. Each type of incense incorporates the herbs and essential oils that were historically used for that specific magical purpose. Incense has been used for thousands of years for prayer, spiritual purposes, to scent the air, drive way insects, and for protection and purification. 1/3 cup of loose incense makes plenty of burnings. The back label for each pack of our loose incense reads: “Incense has been used throughout history to carry one’s prayer towards the heavens or to cleanse a space for ceremonial use. Exodus 30:1, “Thou shalt make an Altar to burn Incense on.” The oldest incenses were in loose form – combining tree resins, woods, and dried herbs or flowers. How to use: take a pinch of loose incense and form into a loose cone or mound shape on a fire safe dish or in sand. Light top of incense, blow out, and allow to continue to burn.”
  • COMMUNICATE - For opening up the lines of communication. When you need someone to start listening to what you have to say. The making of loose incense requires a good balance of ingredients in order to create the lasting, smoldering effect that incense is known for. Our loose incense is what is called “self-igniting,” meaning, we added in makko powder so that it will light on its own without having to burn it over charcoals. However, you may choose to burn it on charcoal disks along with other raw herbs, resins, flowers and barks. Each type of incense incorporates the herbs and essential oils that were historically used for that specific magical purpose. Incense has been used for thousands of years for prayer, spiritual purposes, to scent the air, drive way insects, and for protection and purification. 1/3 cup of loose incense makes plenty of burnings. The back label for each pack of our loose incense reads: “Incense has been used throughout history to carry one’s prayer towards the heavens or to cleanse a space for ceremonial use. Exodus 30:1, “Thou shalt make an Altar to burn Incense on.” The oldest incenses were in loose form – combining tree resins, woods, and dried herbs or flowers. How to use: take a pinch of loose incense and form into a loose cone or mound shape on a fire safe dish or in sand. Light top of incense, blow out, and allow to continue to burn.”
  • CONFIDENCE BOOSTING - Whether you are speaking in public or just need more confidence in everyday matters, Confidence Boosting oil is meant to keep you calm, collected, and confident. The making of loose incense requires a good balance of ingredients in order to create the lasting, smoldering effect that incense is known for. Our loose incense is what is called “self-igniting,” meaning, we added in makko powder so that it will light on its own without having to burn it over charcoals. However, you may choose to burn it on charcoal disks along with other raw herbs, resins, flowers and barks. Each type of incense incorporates the herbs and essential oils that were historically used for that specific magical purpose. Incense has been used for thousands of years for prayer, spiritual purposes, to scent the air, drive way insects, and for protection and purification. 1/3 cup of loose incense makes plenty of burnings. The back label for each pack of our loose incense reads: “Incense has been used throughout history to carry one’s prayer towards the heavens or to cleanse a space for ceremonial use. Exodus 30:1, “Thou shalt make an Altar to burn Incense on.” The oldest incenses were in loose form – combining tree resins, woods, and dried herbs or flowers. How to use: take a pinch of loose incense and form into a loose cone or mound shape on a fire safe dish or in sand. Light top of incense, blow out, and allow to continue to burn.”
  • CONFUSION - to create confusion and weaken a spell against you. The making of loose incense requires a good balance of ingredients in order to create the lasting, smoldering effect that incense is known for. Our loose incense is what is called “self-igniting,” meaning, we added in makko powder so that it will light on its own without having to burn it over charcoals. However, you may choose to burn it on charcoal disks along with other raw herbs, resins, flowers and barks. Each type of incense incorporates the herbs and essential oils that were historically used for that specific magical purpose. Incense has been used for thousands of years for prayer, spiritual purposes, to scent the air, drive way insects, and for protection and purification. 1/3 cup of loose incense makes plenty of burnings. The back label for each pack of our loose incense reads: “Incense has been used throughout history to carry one’s prayer towards the heavens or to cleanse a space for ceremonial use. Exodus 30:1, “Thou shalt make an Altar to burn Incense on.” The oldest incenses were in loose form – combining tree resins, woods, and dried herbs or flowers. How to use: take a pinch of loose incense and form into a loose cone or mound shape on a fire safe dish or in sand. Light top of incense, blow out, and allow to continue to burn.”
  • CONTROLLING - to get others to follow your direction and commands in regards to their thoughts, opinions, and the actions they take. The making of loose incense requires a good balance of ingredients in order to create the lasting, smoldering effect that incense is known for. Our loose incense is what is called “self-igniting,” meaning, we added in makko powder so that it will light on its own without having to burn it over charcoals. However, you may choose to burn it on charcoal disks along with other raw herbs, resins, flowers and barks. Each type of incense incorporates the herbs and essential oils that were historically used for that specific magical purpose. Incense has been used for thousands of years for prayer, spiritual purposes, to scent the air, drive way insects, and for protection and purification. 1/3 cup of loose incense makes plenty of burnings. The back label for each pack of our loose incense reads: “Incense has been used throughout history to carry one’s prayer towards the heavens or to cleanse a space for ceremonial use. Exodus 30:1, “Thou shalt make an Altar to burn Incense on.” The oldest incenses were in loose form – combining tree resins, woods, and dried herbs or flowers. How to use: take a pinch of loose incense and form into a loose cone or mound shape on a fire safe dish or in sand. Light top of incense, blow out, and allow to continue to burn.”
  • COURAGE AND BRAVERY - to give you the courage to go after everything you want in life and the bravery to follow through with all your efforts to achieve those goals. The making of loose incense requires a good balance of ingredients in order to create the lasting, smoldering effect that incense is known for. Our loose incense is what is called “self-igniting,” meaning, we added in makko powder so that it will light on its own without having to burn it over charcoals. However, you may choose to burn it on charcoal disks along with other raw herbs, resins, flowers and barks. Each type of incense incorporates the herbs and essential oils that were historically used for that specific magical purpose. Incense has been used for thousands of years for prayer, spiritual purposes, to scent the air, drive way insects, and for protection and purification. 1/3 cup of loose incense makes plenty of burnings. The back label for each pack of our loose incense reads: “Incense has been used throughout history to carry one’s prayer towards the heavens or to cleanse a space for ceremonial use. Exodus 30:1, “Thou shalt make an Altar to burn Incense on.” The oldest incenses were in loose form – combining tree resins, woods, and dried herbs or flowers. How to use: take a pinch of loose incense and form into a loose cone or mound shape on a fire safe dish or in sand. Light top of incense, blow out, and allow to continue to burn.”
  • COURT WORK - is said to help you with a judge or jury and get them to rule in your favor. Court Case magic has long been a staple in Hoodoo The making of loose incense requires a good balance of ingredients in order to create the lasting, smoldering effect that incense is known for. Our loose incense is what is called “self-igniting,” meaning, we added in makko powder so that it will light on its own without having to burn it over charcoals. However, you may choose to burn it on charcoal disks along with other raw herbs, resins, flowers and barks. Each type of incense incorporates the herbs and essential oils that were historically used for that specific magical purpose. Incense has been used for thousands of years for prayer, spiritual purposes, to scent the air, drive way insects, and for protection and purification. 1/3 cup of loose incense makes plenty of burnings. The back label for each pack of our loose incense reads: “Incense has been used throughout history to carry one’s prayer towards the heavens or to cleanse a space for ceremonial use. Exodus 30:1, “Thou shalt make an Altar to burn Incense on.” The oldest incenses were in loose form – combining tree resins, woods, and dried herbs or flowers. How to use: take a pinch of loose incense and form into a loose cone or mound shape on a fire safe dish or in sand. Light top of incense, blow out, and allow to continue to burn.”
  • CROSSING - for working against your enemies or those who mean you harm. Used for laying tricks and bringing on crossed conditions, The making of loose incense requires a good balance of ingredients in order to create the lasting, smoldering effect that incense is known for. Our loose incense is what is called “self-igniting,” meaning, we added in makko powder so that it will light on its own without having to burn it over charcoals. However, you may choose to burn it on charcoal disks along with other raw herbs, resins, flowers and barks. Each type of incense incorporates the herbs and essential oils that were historically used for that specific magical purpose. Incense has been used for thousands of years for prayer, spiritual purposes, to scent the air, drive way insects, and for protection and purification. 1/3 cup of loose incense makes plenty of burnings. The back label for each pack of our loose incense reads: “Incense has been used throughout history to carry one’s prayer towards the heavens or to cleanse a space for ceremonial use. Exodus 30:1, “Thou shalt make an Altar to burn Incense on.” The oldest incenses were in loose form – combining tree resins, woods, and dried herbs or flowers. How to use: take a pinch of loose incense and form into a loose cone or mound shape on a fire safe dish or in sand. Light top of incense, blow out, and allow to continue to burn.”
  • CROWN OF ACHIEVEMENT - used for success in career, business, and the performing arts. Especially good for singers, song writers, and other performers trying to break into the business. The making of loose incense requires a good balance of ingredients in order to create the lasting, smoldering effect that incense is known for. Our loose incense is what is called “self-igniting,” meaning, we added in makko powder so that it will light on its own without having to burn it over charcoals. However, you may choose to burn it on charcoal disks along with other raw herbs, resins, flowers and barks. Each type of incense incorporates the herbs and essential oils that were historically used for that specific magical purpose. Incense has been used for thousands of years for prayer, spiritual purposes, to scent the air, drive way insects, and for protection and purification. 1/3 cup of loose incense makes plenty of burnings. The back label for each pack of our loose incense reads: “Incense has been used throughout history to carry one’s prayer towards the heavens or to cleanse a space for ceremonial use. Exodus 30:1, “Thou shalt make an Altar to burn Incense on.” The oldest incenses were in loose form – combining tree resins, woods, and dried herbs or flowers. How to use: take a pinch of loose incense and form into a loose cone or mound shape on a fire safe dish or in sand. Light top of incense, blow out, and allow to continue to burn.”
  • CUT AND CLEAR - break the ties of the past and cut away all remaining links to past lovers, partners, or others that need to clear out of your life. The making of loose incense requires a good balance of ingredients in order to create the lasting, smoldering effect that incense is known for. Our loose incense is what is called “self-igniting,” meaning, we added in makko powder so that it will light on its own without having to burn it over charcoals. However, you may choose to burn it on charcoal disks along with other raw herbs, resins, flowers and barks. Each type of incense incorporates the herbs and essential oils that were historically used for that specific magical purpose. Incense has been used for thousands of years for prayer, spiritual purposes, to scent the air, drive way insects, and for protection and purification. 1/3 cup of loose incense makes plenty of burnings. The back label for each pack of our loose incense reads: “Incense has been used throughout history to carry one’s prayer towards the heavens or to cleanse a space for ceremonial use. Exodus 30:1, “Thou shalt make an Altar to burn Incense on.” The oldest incenses were in loose form – combining tree resins, woods, and dried herbs or flowers. How to use: take a pinch of loose incense and form into a loose cone or mound shape on a fire safe dish or in sand. Light top of incense, blow out, and allow to continue to burn.”
  • DAMNATION - used to curse an enemy and is associated with spells that cause the target to pay for their crimes in the flames of Hell The making of loose incense requires a good balance of ingredients in order to create the lasting, smoldering effect that incense is known for. Our loose incense is what is called “self-igniting,” meaning, we added in makko powder so that it will light on its own without having to burn it over charcoals. However, you may choose to burn it on charcoal disks along with other raw herbs, resins, flowers and barks. Each type of incense incorporates the herbs and essential oils that were historically used for that specific magical purpose. Incense has been used for thousands of years for prayer, spiritual purposes, to scent the air, drive way insects, and for protection and purification. 1/3 cup of loose incense makes plenty of burnings. The back label for each pack of our loose incense reads: “Incense has been used throughout history to carry one’s prayer towards the heavens or to cleanse a space for ceremonial use. Exodus 30:1, “Thou shalt make an Altar to burn Incense on.” The oldest incenses were in loose form – combining tree resins, woods, and dried herbs or flowers. How to use: take a pinch of loose incense and form into a loose cone or mound shape on a fire safe dish or in sand. Light top of incense, blow out, and allow to continue to burn.”
  • DARK ARTS - used in spell work of a baneful nature and is said to aid in destructive and somewhat negative rituals. some refer to it as Black Arts. The making of loose incense requires a good balance of ingredients in order to create the lasting, smoldering effect that incense is known for. Our loose incense is what is called “self-igniting,” meaning, we added in makko powder so that it will light on its own without having to burn it over charcoals. However, you may choose to burn it on charcoal disks along with other raw herbs, resins, flowers and barks. Each type of incense incorporates the herbs and essential oils that were historically used for that specific magical purpose. Incense has been used for thousands of years for prayer, spiritual purposes, to scent the air, drive way insects, and for protection and purification. 1/3 cup of loose incense makes plenty of burnings. The back label for each pack of our loose incense reads: “Incense has been used throughout history to carry one’s prayer towards the heavens or to cleanse a space for ceremonial use. Exodus 30:1, “Thou shalt make an Altar to burn Incense on.” The oldest incenses were in loose form – combining tree resins, woods, and dried herbs or flowers. How to use: take a pinch of loose incense and form into a loose cone or mound shape on a fire safe dish or in sand. Light top of incense, blow out, and allow to continue to burn.”
  • DESTROY EVERYTHING - when you want to clear everything in your path and start over. Can be used to ruin everything in the lives of your enemies and burning bridges. The making of loose incense requires a good balance of ingredients in order to create the lasting, smoldering effect that incense is known for. Our loose incense is what is called “self-igniting,” meaning, we added in makko powder so that it will light on its own without having to burn it over charcoals. However, you may choose to burn it on charcoal disks along with other raw herbs, resins, flowers and barks. Each type of incense incorporates the herbs and essential oils that were historically used for that specific magical purpose. Incense has been used for thousands of years for prayer, spiritual purposes, to scent the air, drive way insects, and for protection and purification. 1/3 cup of loose incense makes plenty of burnings. The back label for each pack of our loose incense reads: “Incense has been used throughout history to carry one’s prayer towards the heavens or to cleanse a space for ceremonial use. Exodus 30:1, “Thou shalt make an Altar to burn Incense on.” The oldest incenses were in loose form – combining tree resins, woods, and dried herbs or flowers. How to use: take a pinch of loose incense and form into a loose cone or mound shape on a fire safe dish or in sand. Light top of incense, blow out, and allow to continue to burn.”
  • DEVIL BEGONE - sometimes known as Run Devil Run, this hoodoo forumula is used in prayer and spell work and is said to keep the devil and his helpers at bay. The making of loose incense requires a good balance of ingredients in order to create the lasting, smoldering effect that incense is known for. Our loose incense is what is called “self-igniting,” meaning, we added in makko powder so that it will light on its own without having to burn it over charcoals. However, you may choose to burn it on charcoal disks along with other raw herbs, resins, flowers and barks. Each type of incense incorporates the herbs and essential oils that were historically used for that specific magical purpose. Incense has been used for thousands of years for prayer, spiritual purposes, to scent the air, drive way insects, and for protection and purification. 1/3 cup of loose incense makes plenty of burnings. The back label for each pack of our loose incense reads: “Incense has been used throughout history to carry one’s prayer towards the heavens or to cleanse a space for ceremonial use. Exodus 30:1, “Thou shalt make an Altar to burn Incense on.” The oldest incenses were in loose form – combining tree resins, woods, and dried herbs or flowers. How to use: take a pinch of loose incense and form into a loose cone or mound shape on a fire safe dish or in sand. Light top of incense, blow out, and allow to continue to burn.”
  • DIXIE JOHN - Dixie John is also known by the names: Southern John, Low John, Beth root, and Trillium and is mainly used for matters of luck and love as well as family matters and sexuality. The making of loose incense requires a good balance of ingredients in order to create the lasting, smoldering effect that incense is known for. Our loose incense is what is called “self-igniting,” meaning, we added in makko powder so that it will light on its own without having to burn it over charcoals. However, you may choose to burn it on charcoal disks along with other raw herbs, resins, flowers and barks. Each type of incense incorporates the herbs and essential oils that were historically used for that specific magical purpose. Incense has been used for thousands of years for prayer, spiritual purposes, to scent the air, drive way insects, and for protection and purification. 1/3 cup of loose incense makes plenty of burnings. The back label for each pack of our loose incense reads: “Incense has been used throughout history to carry one’s prayer towards the heavens or to cleanse a space for ceremonial use. Exodus 30:1, “Thou shalt make an Altar to burn Incense on.” The oldest incenses were in loose form – combining tree resins, woods, and dried herbs or flowers. How to use: take a pinch of loose incense and form into a loose cone or mound shape on a fire safe dish or in sand. Light top of incense, blow out, and allow to continue to burn.”
  • DO AS I SAY - used to put you in the position of the one in charge so they others must obey you. The making of loose incense requires a good balance of ingredients in order to create the lasting, smoldering effect that incense is known for. Our loose incense is what is called “self-igniting,” meaning, we added in makko powder so that it will light on its own without having to burn it over charcoals. However, you may choose to burn it on charcoal disks along with other raw herbs, resins, flowers and barks. Each type of incense incorporates the herbs and essential oils that were historically used for that specific magical purpose. Incense has been used for thousands of years for prayer, spiritual purposes, to scent the air, drive way insects, and for protection and purification. 1/3 cup of loose incense makes plenty of burnings. The back label for each pack of our loose incense reads: “Incense has been used throughout history to carry one’s prayer towards the heavens or to cleanse a space for ceremonial use. Exodus 30:1, “Thou shalt make an Altar to burn Incense on.” The oldest incenses were in loose form – combining tree resins, woods, and dried herbs or flowers. How to use: take a pinch of loose incense and form into a loose cone or mound shape on a fire safe dish or in sand. Light top of incense, blow out, and allow to continue to burn.”
  • DOMINATE - used in hoodoo and magical rituals dealing with dominating and ruling others. Is said to aid in controlling others to do your will. The making of loose incense requires a good balance of ingredients in order to create the lasting, smoldering effect that incense is known for. Our loose incense is what is called “self-igniting,” meaning, we added in makko powder so that it will light on its own without having to burn it over charcoals. However, you may choose to burn it on charcoal disks along with other raw herbs, resins, flowers and barks. Each type of incense incorporates the herbs and essential oils that were historically used for that specific magical purpose. Incense has been used for thousands of years for prayer, spiritual purposes, to scent the air, drive way insects, and for protection and purification. 1/3 cup of loose incense makes plenty of burnings. The back label for each pack of our loose incense reads: “Incense has been used throughout history to carry one’s prayer towards the heavens or to cleanse a space for ceremonial use. Exodus 30:1, “Thou shalt make an Altar to burn Incense on.” The oldest incenses were in loose form – combining tree resins, woods, and dried herbs or flowers. How to use: take a pinch of loose incense and form into a loose cone or mound shape on a fire safe dish or in sand. Light top of incense, blow out, and allow to continue to burn.”
  • DOUBLE CROSS - Formula of trickery to turn another’s good look into bad — all without their knowing about your sneaky trick. The making of loose incense requires a good balance of ingredients in order to create the lasting, smoldering effect that incense is known for. Our loose incense is what is called “self-igniting,” meaning, we added in makko powder so that it will light on its own without having to burn it over charcoals. However, you may choose to burn it on charcoal disks along with other raw herbs, resins, flowers and barks. Each type of incense incorporates the herbs and essential oils that were historically used for that specific magical purpose. Incense has been used for thousands of years for prayer, spiritual purposes, to scent the air, drive way insects, and for protection and purification. 1/3 cup of loose incense makes plenty of burnings. The back label for each pack of our loose incense reads: “Incense has been used throughout history to carry one’s prayer towards the heavens or to cleanse a space for ceremonial use. Exodus 30:1, “Thou shalt make an Altar to burn Incense on.” The oldest incenses were in loose form – combining tree resins, woods, and dried herbs or flowers. How to use: take a pinch of loose incense and form into a loose cone or mound shape on a fire safe dish or in sand. Light top of incense, blow out, and allow to continue to burn.”
  • DRAGONS BLOOD - increase the potency of your spells and for protection, courage, and to gain power. The making of loose incense requires a good balance of ingredients in order to create the lasting, smoldering effect that incense is known for. Our loose incense is what is called “self-igniting,” meaning, we added in makko powder so that it will light on its own without having to burn it over charcoals. However, you may choose to burn it on charcoal disks along with other raw herbs, resins, flowers and barks. Each type of incense incorporates the herbs and essential oils that were historically used for that specific magical purpose. Incense has been used for thousands of years for prayer, spiritual purposes, to scent the air, drive way insects, and for protection and purification. 1/3 cup of loose incense makes plenty of burnings. The back label for each pack of our loose incense reads: “Incense has been used throughout history to carry one’s prayer towards the heavens or to cleanse a space for ceremonial use. Exodus 30:1, “Thou shalt make an Altar to burn Incense on.” The oldest incenses were in loose form – combining tree resins, woods, and dried herbs or flowers. How to use: take a pinch of loose incense and form into a loose cone or mound shape on a fire safe dish or in sand. Light top of incense, blow out, and allow to continue to burn.”
  • DUME - D.U.M.E. stands for “death unto my enemies,” although some us it as “destruction unto my enemies” and is meant to bring harm to another. The making of loose incense requires a good balance of ingredients in order to create the lasting, smoldering effect that incense is known for. Our loose incense is what is called “self-igniting,” meaning, we added in makko powder so that it will light on its own without having to burn it over charcoals. However, you may choose to burn it on charcoal disks along with other raw herbs, resins, flowers and barks. Each type of incense incorporates the herbs and essential oils that were historically used for that specific magical purpose. Incense has been used for thousands of years for prayer, spiritual purposes, to scent the air, drive way insects, and for protection and purification. 1/3 cup of loose incense makes plenty of burnings. The back label for each pack of our loose incense reads: “Incense has been used throughout history to carry one’s prayer towards the heavens or to cleanse a space for ceremonial use. Exodus 30:1, “Thou shalt make an Altar to burn Incense on.” The oldest incenses were in loose form – combining tree resins, woods, and dried herbs or flowers. How to use: take a pinch of loose incense and form into a loose cone or mound shape on a fire safe dish or in sand. Light top of incense, blow out, and allow to continue to burn.”
  • FOLLOW ME GAL - sometimes known as Follow Me Girl and is said to make women follow a man around and desire him. The making of loose incense requires a good balance of ingredients in order to create the lasting, smoldering effect that incense is known for. Our loose incense is what is called “self-igniting,” meaning, we added in makko powder so that it will light on its own without having to burn it over charcoals. However, you may choose to burn it on charcoal disks along with other raw herbs, resins, flowers and barks. Each type of incense incorporates the herbs and essential oils that were historically used for that specific magical purpose. Incense has been used for thousands of years for prayer, spiritual purposes, to scent the air, drive way insects, and for protection and purification. 1/3 cup of loose incense makes plenty of burnings. The back label for each pack of our loose incense reads: “Incense has been used throughout history to carry one’s prayer towards the heavens or to cleanse a space for ceremonial use. Exodus 30:1, “Thou shalt make an Altar to burn Incense on.” The oldest incenses were in loose form – combining tree resins, woods, and dried herbs or flowers. How to use: take a pinch of loose incense and form into a loose cone or mound shape on a fire safe dish or in sand. Light top of incense, blow out, and allow to continue to burn.”
  • FOLLOW ME GUY - sometimes known as Follow Me Boy and is said to make men follow a woman around and desire her. The making of loose incense requires a good balance of ingredients in order to create the lasting, smoldering effect that incense is known for. Our loose incense is what is called “self-igniting,” meaning, we added in makko powder so that it will light on its own without having to burn it over charcoals. However, you may choose to burn it on charcoal disks along with other raw herbs, resins, flowers and barks. Each type of incense incorporates the herbs and essential oils that were historically used for that specific magical purpose. Incense has been used for thousands of years for prayer, spiritual purposes, to scent the air, drive way insects, and for protection and purification. 1/3 cup of loose incense makes plenty of burnings. The back label for each pack of our loose incense reads: “Incense has been used throughout history to carry one’s prayer towards the heavens or to cleanse a space for ceremonial use. Exodus 30:1, “Thou shalt make an Altar to burn Incense on.” The oldest incenses were in loose form – combining tree resins, woods, and dried herbs or flowers. How to use: take a pinch of loose incense and form into a loose cone or mound shape on a fire safe dish or in sand. Light top of incense, blow out, and allow to continue to burn.”
  • GOOD LUCK - Used for general good luck and also in gambling, hoodoo luck oils have been around for quite a while. The making of loose incense requires a good balance of ingredients in order to create the lasting, smoldering effect that incense is known for. Our loose incense is what is called “self-igniting,” meaning, we added in makko powder so that it will light on its own without having to burn it over charcoals. However, you may choose to burn it on charcoal disks along with other raw herbs, resins, flowers and barks. Each type of incense incorporates the herbs and essential oils that were historically used for that specific magical purpose. Incense has been used for thousands of years for prayer, spiritual purposes, to scent the air, drive way insects, and for protection and purification. 1/3 cup of loose incense makes plenty of burnings. The back label for each pack of our loose incense reads: “Incense has been used throughout history to carry one’s prayer towards the heavens or to cleanse a space for ceremonial use. Exodus 30:1, “Thou shalt make an Altar to burn Incense on.” The oldest incenses were in loose form – combining tree resins, woods, and dried herbs or flowers. How to use: take a pinch of loose incense and form into a loose cone or mound shape on a fire safe dish or in sand. Light top of incense, blow out, and allow to continue to burn.”
  • HAPPY HOME - to help bring blessings of happiness and contentment into your home. The making of loose incense requires a good balance of ingredients in order to create the lasting, smoldering effect that incense is known for. Our loose incense is what is called “self-igniting,” meaning, we added in makko powder so that it will light on its own without having to burn it over charcoals. However, you may choose to burn it on charcoal disks along with other raw herbs, resins, flowers and barks. Each type of incense incorporates the herbs and essential oils that were historically used for that specific magical purpose. Incense has been used for thousands of years for prayer, spiritual purposes, to scent the air, drive way insects, and for protection and purification. 1/3 cup of loose incense makes plenty of burnings. The back label for each pack of our loose incense reads: “Incense has been used throughout history to carry one’s prayer towards the heavens or to cleanse a space for ceremonial use. Exodus 30:1, “Thou shalt make an Altar to burn Incense on.” The oldest incenses were in loose form – combining tree resins, woods, and dried herbs or flowers. How to use: take a pinch of loose incense and form into a loose cone or mound shape on a fire safe dish or in sand. Light top of incense, blow out, and allow to continue to burn.”
  • HEALING ENERGY - Healing enery oil is a great blend for people who perform energy work such as Reiki and Healing Touch therapy. Also for everyone when it comes to a little self-healing The making of loose incense requires a good balance of ingredients in order to create the lasting, smoldering effect that incense is known for. Our loose incense is what is called “self-igniting,” meaning, we added in makko powder so that it will light on its own without having to burn it over charcoals. However, you may choose to burn it on charcoal disks along with other raw herbs, resins, flowers and barks. Each type of incense incorporates the herbs and essential oils that were historically used for that specific magical purpose. Incense has been used for thousands of years for prayer, spiritual purposes, to scent the air, drive way insects, and for protection and purification. 1/3 cup of loose incense makes plenty of burnings. The back label for each pack of our loose incense reads: “Incense has been used throughout history to carry one’s prayer towards the heavens or to cleanse a space for ceremonial use. Exodus 30:1, “Thou shalt make an Altar to burn Incense on.” The oldest incenses were in loose form – combining tree resins, woods, and dried herbs or flowers. How to use: take a pinch of loose incense and form into a loose cone or mound shape on a fire safe dish or in sand. Light top of incense, blow out, and allow to continue to burn.”
  • HIGH JOHN THE CONQUEROR - For mastery, power, drawing luck, masculine energy, sexuality, money, strength and is sometimes used in domination spells. The making of loose incense requires a good balance of ingredients in order to create the lasting, smoldering effect that incense is known for. Our loose incense is what is called “self-igniting,” meaning, we added in makko powder so that it will light on its own without having to burn it over charcoals. However, you may choose to burn it on charcoal disks along with other raw herbs, resins, flowers and barks. Each type of incense incorporates the herbs and essential oils that were historically used for that specific magical purpose. Incense has been used for thousands of years for prayer, spiritual purposes, to scent the air, drive way insects, and for protection and purification. 1/3 cup of loose incense makes plenty of burnings. The back label for each pack of our loose incense reads: “Incense has been used throughout history to carry one’s prayer towards the heavens or to cleanse a space for ceremonial use. Exodus 30:1, “Thou shalt make an Altar to burn Incense on.” The oldest incenses were in loose form – combining tree resins, woods, and dried herbs or flowers. How to use: take a pinch of loose incense and form into a loose cone or mound shape on a fire safe dish or in sand. Light top of incense, blow out, and allow to continue to burn.”
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