Van Van Oil Recipe

Van Van is used to increase the likelihood of success in many areas of life.  It is an overall good luck enhancer, and is used to anoint all sorts from rabbit’s foot charms to mojo bags. The usual recipe (for a 100 ml. bottle) is: a small piece of pyrite …

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Bend Over Oil Recipe

Some situations demand that you dominate a person.  Here is an old standard recipe that will suit most situations.  Mind you, this is not a “zombie” oil that will turn off their mind and make them your slave.  It will however, help you to achieve the upper hand when dealing …

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Follow Me Boy Oil Recipe

Follow Me Boy is an old standard recipe used by prostitutes to stand out among others, but may also be useful for merchants at festivals and markets.  You wear it with whatever other perfumes or colognes you do normally, but in my experience it works best with fruity citrus scents. …

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Hummingbird (Chuparosa) Oil Recipe

Hummingbird oil is a condition oil formula that is made to ensure fidelity in a romantic relationship.  It works best for people who are married, have children together, or have been committed to each other for more than 5 years.  It can prevent a partner from straying or leaving, or …

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Come To Me Oil and Incense Recipe

Come To Me condition oil is an old formula used to motivate someone to come to the wearer.  It can be used to draw a specific person, or to draw someone from the Universe so to speak.  In the latter case, it is very useful in cultures wherein people tend …

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Ethnopharmacology of single herbal preparations of medicinal plants in Asendabo district, Jimma, Ethiopia

Medicinal plants have been used to prevent and treat various health problems. Several African and Asian nations are now encouraging traditional medicines as an internal component of their public healthcare programmes. Indigenous medicines are relatively inexpensive and locally available and readily accepted by local population. Ethiopia has an enormous resource of plant species that are used in traditional medicine. Among the 7,000 higher plant species that are known to exist, about 800 of them are employed in the traditional healthcare and 60% of pants are said to be indigenous with their healing potential. Majority of Ethiopians depend on medicinal plants as their only source of healthcare. Vast knowledge on the traditional uses of these plants is not fully documented and most of the knowledge is conveyed from one generation to the text generation through words of mouth. The survey conducted during February-May 2006 was undertaken to explore the traditional systems of medicine in Asendabo region of Ethiopia.

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Ogun Computer Cleaning Potion

Ogun Doll by Anna Kapitov

Ogun is the Master of Technology, so it follows that one would want his blessings on their hardware and gadgets.  Here is a recipe for a computer cleaning potion using Ogun herbs.  For this, you will need to use a lab or cooking-worthy glass or “pyrex” bowl or beaker for …

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Do it Yourself Wanga Mojo Gri Gri Bags | Obeah Woman

These instructions are designed for economy, with materials that one should be able to find fairly easily or at least order online inexpensively. Their effectiveness will depend on how observant you are to the energies they’re built to draw or embody. If you would like to order a special bag …

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