St Jude Candle – Faith and Hope Candle

$12.00

St. Jude is the Patron of Lost Causes. He brings us hope in times of our darkest hours.

Invoke St. Jude for
– hopeless or impossible cases
– help someone get off drugs
– help someone get out of jail

This is a great candle to burn in your home, office or hotel. It can also be used as an altar or meditation candle. Contains selfheal, lime essential oil, and other herbs and essential oils. Candles are handmade and infused with Reiki healing energy, and blessed by a Shaman. Candles are made with 100% soy wax, and come in a cobalt blue glass 8.5 oz jar. Approximate burn time 45 hours. No artificial coloring or fragrances are used.

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St. Jude is the Patron of Lost Causes. He brings us hope in times of our darkest hours.

Invoke St. Jude for
– hopeless or impossible cases
– help someone get off drugs
– help someone get out of jail

This is a great candle to burn in your home, office or hotel. It can also be used as an altar or meditation candle. Contains selfheal, lime essential oil, and other herbs and essential oils. Candles are handmade and infused with Reiki healing energy, and blessed by a Shaman. Candles are made with 100% soy wax, and come in a cobalt blue glass 8.5 oz jar. Approximate burn time 45 hours. No artificial coloring or fragrances are used.

I steep the herbs in the hot wax, then strain the wax. Some herbs are added to the top of the candle. All candles are made with real essential oils. I make all candles in small batches of 3-6 candles at a time.

After the candles have cooled, they are placed on my altar for blessing. Candles are infused with Reiki healing energy. As a Shaman, I bless them and ask Spirit to empower them for their intended purpose.

Suggested uses: Write your intentions on a piece of paper and place it under the candle jar while it burns. You can also write your intentions directly on the candle jar with a permanent marker. Write your intentions in the wax with a sharp object before burning the candle. If you are seeking healing for an illness of yourself or another, be specific about who and what is to be healed.