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AbraMelin Incense

AbraMelin Incense

An incense of frankincense, storax, and pure Vietnamese aloeswood compounded according to the specifications in the Book of the Sacred Magic of AbraMelin the Mage which produces a sweet... more

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Aloeswood (Aquilaria malaccensis)

Aloeswood is a very rare and intensely spiritual wood that has been used for millennia as a temple incense, to establish sacred space and attract good spirits, and to strengthen and cheer the mind and spirit. more

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Angelica (Angelica archangelica)

Named for the Archangel Michael, Angelica root is used in works of ritual purification and removing maleficia, to increase female power in the home, and in magics for the protection of the home and blessing of children. more

Balm of Night Flight

Balm of Night Flight

A witches salve with datura, henbane, and belladonna for the arts of dreaming and mediumship. more

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Batch made during the New Moon in Aries April 11, 2021, with an increased share of clary sage and belladonna from our witch garden. Intended for use during Walpurgisnacht flights.


Belladonna (Atropa belladonna)

Also known as Deadly Nightshade, this highly toxic herb is named for Atropos--the Fate who cuts. It has been associated with witches since antiquity and can be used to connect with the spirits of the witches of old. It is also used in spells of love and fascination. more

Blackthorn (Prunus spinosa)

One of the sacred trees of Ireland and the British Isles, blackthorn is associated with the ogham letter Straif , which according to McManus' "Irish letter-names and their kennings" bears... more

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Calamus (Acorus calamus)


Calamus, or sweet flag, is a wetland plant with a reedy stem and green flower somewhat resembling a tongue. The name calamus derives from the Greek for 'reed pen', referring to the use... more

Cardamom (Elettaria cardamomum)


A seed with a spicy flavor, cardamom is an excellent aphrodisiac that is also used in Middle Eastern cooking. Add to love blends to spice up an evening. Decortilated. more

Charcoals: Self Lighting

Charcoals: Self Lighting

Self lighting charcoals contain saltpetre, which enables the discs to light quickly with a dance of red sparks. Available in two sizes. more

Copal Blanco (Bursera bipinnata)

Copal Blanco

White copal has a lighter, cleaner scent than frankincense. Traditionally, it is burned to purify the home, the temple, and on shrines to honor the gods and household spirits. Copal... more

Copal Manila (Agathis philippinensis)

This golden copal from the Phillipines has a scent and appearance very similar to Copal Oro, with which is it often confused. This copal is ethically harvested as part of an economic... more

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Copal Oro (Hymenaea courbaril)

Copal Oro

Gold copal has a fuller scent than copal blanco, with less of an airy quality and more fire. Traditionally, it is burned to purify the home, the temple, and on shrines to honor the... more

Damiana (Turnera diffusa)

Damiana has a sweet spicy scent, but soon turns smoky when burned. It is used in infusions as an aphrodisiac, and also to initiate deep visions. Mix with other more pleasant burning... more

Dammar (Canarium strictum)


Dammar is a Malaysian word meaning 'light', and this resin has a light airy lemon like smell that is said to lift the spirit and bring light to the darkness of the soul. more

Datura (Datura stramonium)

Datura's sharp spiny "thornapple" seedpods and enchanting night blooming flowers belie the dual nature of this plant. One of the classic witching herbs, Datura is known for it's entheogenic... more

Deer's Tongue (Liatris odoratissima)

Deer's Tongue is a sweet smelling herb useful in work for sweet speech. It is used in court case work so the lawyer is convincing and eloquent, and can be used similarly for any public... more

Dittany of Crete (Origanum dictamnus)

Dittany of Crete

Dittany of Crete is a very rare herb that only grows wild on the island of Crete used in magical practice for the development of clairvoyance and for the materialization of spirits. more

Dragon's Blood (Daemonorops draco, Dracaena cinnabari)

Dragon's Blood

We offer dragon's blood resin from two separate plants, Daemonorops draco (Indonesian Dragon's Blood) and Dracaena cinnabari (Medieval Dragon's Blood). The resins are added to spells, incense, oils and inks as blood substitutes in order to increase their power and potency. more

Earthing Smoke Incense

Earthing Smoke Incense

Earthing, or grounding, is the act of fixing the spirit in the material plane. Smokes of earthing are used for two main purposes: they are used to return those who have, in trance, crossed... more

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Frankincense (Boswellia sacra)


In Isis and Osiris, the historian Plutarch relates that Egyptian priests burned frankincense at dawn, and it's not hard to see why. The scent of frankincense which is fresh, balsam, lemony... more

Galangal (Alpina officinalis)

Also called Low John to Chew and court case root, don't confuse it with the sedge galingale. Galangal has a sharp, spicy scent good for curse-breaking, winning in court, and psychic... more



Hagstones, also called hex stones or holey stones, are stones with a natural hole in them which acts as a door to the otherworld. As such, hagstones are used in all manner of charms and magical operations, more

Hellebore (Helleborus niger)


A classic herb associated with witchcraft, hellebore is ruled by Saturn and was used to purge the body of black bile, the humor which carried melancholia and madness. Similarly, it is burned in rites of banishing. It was also one of the powerful and poisonous herbs included in flying ointment and is said to possess the power to render magicians invisible.

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Henbane (Hyoscyamus niger)

Henbane is one of the traditional herbs of historic, medieval witchcraft. Sacred to Hecate, crowns of henbane were worn by the dead in Hades. It is said to bring storms when burned... more

High John the Conqueror Root

High John the Conqueror Root

High John the Conqueror Roots are some of the most used, varied, and powerful amulets used in Hoodoo. Anoint with High John Oil and carry as an amulet for luck, sexual power, and to control and have mastery over others. more

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Indian Head Penny

These copper pennies were minted in the US from 1859 to 1909 and are used in spells to protect your property from meddlesome people and those that mean you harm; the Indian chief featured... more

Lavender (Lavandula officinalis)


Lavender is an herb of ease and succor and the comfort of home. It's used for purification, to ease tensions of the mind and body, in healing spells, and promote fidelity. more

Lucky Hand Root

Lucky Hand Root

Lucky Hand Roots are orchid roots that resemble a deformed grasping hand, though some are more deformed than others. All are useful for gamblers and others who need an extra hand to get... more

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Mastic (Chios) (Pistacia lentiscus)

Mastic (Chios)

Chios Mastic is a precious resin from Greece, having been grown on Chios for centuries. Use mastic to communicate between the spiritual and physical worlds, joining them together, such as in the creation of spirit houses or angelic talismans. It is used to bind, not in the Saturnian sense of restricting, but in the Mercurial sense of combining disparate components into a greater whole. more

Myrrh (Commiphora myrrha)


Myrrh is a resin from one of several Commiphora species used in magical blends of consecration and protection, as well as those for deep trance and spirit work. more

Palo Santo (Bursera graveolens)

Palo Santo (Spanish for “holy stick”) is the common name of a tree in the resin-bearing torchwood plant family, which also includes frankincense, myrrh, various copals and other incense... more

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Purification Incense

Purification prior to magical work is a necessary step in order to remove the miasma that accumulates from everyday life. Our own practice incorporates a full purification rite that we... more

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Red Flannel Bags

Red flannel bags are the most commonly used type of bag to make Hoodoo mojo hands. These bags are proper, traditional flannel and not the red felt bags that have become ubiquitous in occult... more

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Red Powder

Red Powder

A blend of red ochre powder, dragons blood resin, bloodroot and other sanguine substances used to enliven charms and poppets. This mixture is also suitable for reddening runestaves or bones... more

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Rose (Rosa spp.)

Roses are the quintessential flower of love, and are perfect for love philters, baths, or incense. These petals are from the French rose first domesticated by the Greeks and Romans and later grown in Medieval gardens. They retain a soft scent and bright color. more

Rowan (Sorbus aucuparia)

Rowan, or Mountain Ash, produces large clusters of small red berries, and for this reason, like many trees that produce similar fruit, has been associated with the food of the gods. The... more

Sacred Space Incense

Sacred Space Incense

Sacred resins, woods and herbs are blended into an altar incense to be used to create sacred space during meditation and general workings. more

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Saffron (Crocus augustus)

The deep red stamens of the saffron crocus are used for love spells to inflame the heart, in vision spells to see through situations clearly, and in devotional spells for the Gods of Light. more

Sandalwood, White (Santalum album)

White sandalwood is a cool and spicy scented wood used extensively in good quality Asian incense as a base wood. Magically, it is purifying and balancing. The best quality comes from... more

Sea Beans

Sea Beans

Powerful talismans that bring luck and help in the conception of a child. more

Spiritus Rosa

A powerful tincture containing the philosophical salt, sulfur and mercury of organically grown roses harvested at dawn and useful for all manner of witchery. more

Three Magi

Three Magi

An incense consisting of the offerings of the Three Magi from the East to the Lucifer, the Christ child, the Light in the Dark, the inner light of knowledge and indwelling divinity. It... more

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Working Oils

Working Oils

Potent oils for a range of practical spell-work. These oils are ideal for dressing candles, sachets, and amulets, and are the oils we use in our own work. more


A bright oil of the Sun with Herb of St. John, frankincense, and balsam. Use for blessings, uncrossing, and health. This is our primary oil when setting lights for people needing a little added boost. We often mix this oil with Luck, Protection, or Success.


Evoke the beauty and mystery of the Evening Star with fragrant roses, rich orange blossom, and musky spikenard. Use to attract new love, intensify a current relationship, or engage in any work of beauty and pleasure.


A Jovian oil for personal power, wealth, and prestige with oak wood, sage, and storax. We use this oil in spells to help clients secure jobs and promotions, draw customers to a business, or to increase fame and notoriety.


A tenacious oil harnessing the power of rue, myrrh, and herbs of Mars. Use in rituals to ward and protect your house, friends, and family from harm, or wear when entering dangerous situations.


A golden oil with four-leaf clovers and cinquefoil to favorably influence the Mercurial whims of fate. Anoint wrists and pulse points to increase fortuitous events and windfalls, or anoint and burn candles to remove obstacles when it seems like your luck has run out.


A rich oil using calamus and imported mastic. Use when you need to exert control over situations, institutions, and people in power, such as court cases, college applications, or immigration paperwork.


A restricting oil of Saturn using bindweed and hellebore. Useful for setting boundaries and binding the will of others, most commonly to prevent them from doing harm to you and yours.


A dark oil making use of blackthorn and henbane. Used as the opposite of Blessing oil for those rare occasions when harm needs done.