Faery Sight Oil

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An old conjure woman's recipe. It is reputed to be over 300 years old. When concocted, it should be applied to the forehead (the third eye area). It is ill advised to drive while working with this oil.
You will need the following items for this spell:

  • Dittany of Crete
  • Bucchu leaves
  • Mugwort
  • Indian hemp (wild collected preferably)
  • Mistletoe
  • 1/3 part dried broom flowers (or fresh which is preferred)

Casting Instructions for 'Faery Sight Oil'

Mix the mentioned herbs. Then cook them in oil in a double boiler. Use light mineral oil because it holds the scent well and does not go rancid. Strain the herbs from the oil. It will have a greenish color.
Add high Join (or as we call it "Johnny root") and lavender. The amounts of these two oils depend on the size of the mixture. Add enough to give the scent, but not enough to overpower it. Then, shake well and store in a cool, dark place until the first full moon. Let it set in the light of the moon all night and bring it in before any sunrays touch it. It is preferable that sunlight never touches it. Rather, it should only be seen by the light of the moon and stars. The very scent of this oil brings insights and altered consciousness.

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Last edited on May 28, 2016
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