At Zindoki.com and my other sites, I favor natural ingredients made from scratch. These things aren’t always available to everyone though. It is a good idea to be adaptable and use what you have to get things done. Many good things can be found at your local drugstore. This is also a good idea when you have to hide the nature of your craft from others.
So in this article, I’m going to list some products that you can find pre-made locally or at least order online, that work well for various purposes in witchcraft.
We’ll start with good old 4711 cologne. This classic scent is used for cleansing and protection. It clears away negative energy, especially if you’ve done things the night before, that you don’t want to carry into your day.
Avon Soft Musk, Al Rehab Red Rose, and Golden are good for love spells. They can be worn or given as offerings to Oshun. Fatal Snake green, and Shaikhah are good for controlling and domination.
Dead Sea salts are excellent for cleansing, purification, and protection. Once consecrated, they can be used in a bath to counteract evil eye and other negative energy accumulated from ill will. If you are particularly attractive or have blessings that other people desire, you can bathe in them monthly for maintenance.
Products containing Dead Sea salts are also helpful in this way. If you are more into showers than baths, use a shower gel or soap with Dead Sea salts. An especially important use for them that I’ve found extremely helpful is in hand lotion for people who touch money. Money circulates, and you never know who has touched it or who has desired the specific bill or coin you are touching. People who handle cash a lot or work with money should wear protective hand lotion or use protective, cleansing hand sanitizer.
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