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using sulfur/brimstone
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Hi everyone.
I've experimented with different ways to clear negative energy in the past... One of my favorites involves 'cleansing baths'. I'm just curious if anyone has used sulfur before? I did a little research on hex removals/jinx reversals, so I created a little cocktail of sorts to bath in... Although I feel that the cleansing and hex breaking went very well - the God awful smell of the sulfur is intolerable. Has anyone worked with sulfur? Is there anything you can do to mask the smell?
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Re: using sulfur/brimstone
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Post # 2
I do use sulfur as banishing agent, but generally in various incenses or powders so the smell doesn't linger.

For baths I'd use a blend of any of the following; hyssop, lemongrass, citronella, benzion, camphor, eucalyptus, oak bark, palmrosa, rue, rosemary and sea salt. A bar of dragonsblood soap is also handy. I find they're just as effective and don't leave you with the rotten egg smell.
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Re: using sulfur/brimstone
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Sulfur will definitely clear out your house. I use it to banish unwanted relatives during the holidays. There's a reason it is the main ingredient in stink bombs. Rotten eggs are an excellent substitute if you can't get hold of sulfur.
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I've never worked with sulphur but I use a purple amethyst to help clear away the bad energy. It might be better than using a sulphur crystal that stinks
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