Mars Products

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

Bloodroot (Sanguinaria canadensis)

Bloodroot has a pure white flower and a stem and root that bleed red sap; in European magic it is a plant of pure life blood. In hoodoo, it is used to quell domestic problems and aid... more

Chili Pepper (Capsicum annuum)

Chilis are the fruit of a New World plant that spread across the globe during the Columbian exchange. Chilis refer to hot varieties of one of several Capsicum species, varieties without... 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

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

Root, whole:

$5.00

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

Juniper (Juniperus communis)

A sharp, piney scent when burned, add juniper to protection and healing incenses. Also add juniper to sanctification incense, especially when combined with frankincense and cedar. Additionally... more

Herb:

$4.00

Madder Root (Rubia tinctorum)

The root of madder has been used as source of dye for wool, cotton, leather, and bone for thousands of years. Cloth dyed with madder has been found in the Tomb of Tutankamun, in ancient... more

Mustard Seed (Brassica nigra)

Mustard seed is used for diverse magicks, from flying in India to protecting thresholds in Italy to promoting women’s fertility to money spells. Brown mustard is also used in Four... more

60 g (2.1 oz):

$2.00

Nettles (Urtica dioica)

Due to the stinging spines found on the leaves, nettles are a strong herb used in protective magic and jinx breaking. They were grown in Scotland for the stem fibers which were woven... more

Opoponax (Commiphora erythraea)

Opoponax

Known as sweet myrrh, opoponax has none of the burnt rubber scent associated with low quality myrrh. Opoponax is associated with the Scorpio/Mars/Pluto complex of sex and death. Use... more

Planetary Spellwork Incenses

Planetary Spellwork Incenses

A collection of planetary-aligned incenses formulated to capture the essence of the court of the heavens. Based on recipes from old grimoires and alchemical texts, each blend is suitable... more

Mars, Lord Protector:

For magic involving protection and war.

$11.00

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

Wormwood (Artemisia absinthum)

A close relative of mugwort, wormwood is the darker cousin. Once featured as an ingredient in Absinthe, it is considered by some to be a hallucinogen. Brew small amounts of wormwood into a tea to induce trance and burn over graves to summon the spirits o more