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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

Powder: 5 g:

$5.00

Anise (Pimpinella anisum)

Use this licorice scented seed in protection and meditationi incenses and in blends to cause spirits to gather. Sprinkle about a place to purify it of evil influences. more

Balsam Poplar (Populus balsamifera)

Also called Balm of Gilead (which is properly a tree in the myrrh family), balsam poplar is used in hoodoo spells to reconcile folks, ease past heartache, and bring peace to the home. Other... more

Benzoin of Siam (Styrax tonkenensis)

Benzoin of Siam

Benzoin Siam is less like Benzoin Sumatra and more like true storax, for which it can substitute. It has an intensely sweet fragrance with a floral note, but if burned too quickly... more

Benzoin of Sumatra (Styrax benzoin)

This sweet balsamic fragrance is widely used in Hindu and Russian Orthodox rituals as a cleansing incense. Benzoin is also of Mercury and can be used in astral travel, all blends that... more

Buckeye (Aesculus sylvatica)

Buckeye

Buckeyes are a highly regarded magical charm to bring good luck and ward off aches and pains and spiders. more

1 buckeye:

$2.00

Calamus (Acorus calamus)

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

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

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

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

Elemi, Dark (Canarium sp)

A darker, less sharp version of the citrus scented elemi. Unlike normal elemi, Manila elemi is hard and not gooey, and thus easier to work with. This resin is collected in the Philippines... more

Grains of Paradise (Amomum villosus)

Grains of paradise are used in hoodoo, combined with little john to chew, to make a protective wash. By itself, it is used as a protective amulet when hung on doors, and is used in... more

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

Labdanum (Cistus creticus)

Labdanum

Labdanum, or rock rose, is the resin from an evergreen Mediterranean shrub. It is a sweet, warm, balsamic-floral scent and has been used a replacement for ambergris. The soft resin is... more

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

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

Chips: 30 g:

$4.00
Resin: 30 g:

$6.00

Patchouli (Pogostemon cablin)

Patchouli has strong Earth energies with a unique scent you either love or hate. Use in money drawing blends, as well as lust inducing incense and oils. It can also be burned to aid... more

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

Sandalwood, Red (Pterocarpus santalinus)

Red Sandalwood has a scent similar to white sandalwood, but is sweeter and less cool. It shares the same magical qualities, but with more of an air slant. The best quality is from... more

Star Anise (Illicium verum)

Star anise seed pods are carried as amulets for good luck and prosperity. When burned as incense, it improves the psychic powers combine with nutmeg and wormwood for a pleasant incense... more