Love Potion

K. Sis. Nicole T.N. Lasher
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You will need:

  • 1 vanilla bean, split open
  • 1 tablespoon pomegranate flower petals for tea
  • 1 tablespoon blue lotus
  • 1 cut open and dried out passion fruit
  • about 2cm chunk of dried ginger
  • the zest of a tangerine
  • a pinch of cinnamon
  • a pinch of nutmeg
  • 1 allspice seed
  • 1/2 cup of sugar or honey
  • 1 and 1/2 cup 90% to pure alcohol

Starting with the vanilla bean, put all ingredients into a bottle or jar, and pour alcohol over it all.  Stir it well until sugar or honey is melted.  Close tightly, and let it set in a cold, dark place for 5 weeks.  One option can be the refrigerator.

Consecrate as is your custom, and bless it with your deity of romantic love.

Put a few drops of this in your lover’s drink.  It is very tasty, and good with sweet, lemony, cream, and cola drinks.

To strengthen the lust of a long term partner who is already in love with you, replace the ginger with galangal, and keep it in the left side of your mouth for an hour first.

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  1. I’ve found on e-bay a few types of blue lotus. Which one should I use? the petals, the powder, the extract, the oil?

  2. Another question: is it possible to add to the mixture a cup of water and serve it as a liquor?

    • I am not sure how tasty that would be, but theoretically, it is possible. You should only use a few drops of this, not the whole dose.

  3. Passion fruit, ginger, vanilla and cinnamon? it sounds pretty tasty to me

    • I’m just saying I don’t know how good it would be just that and water…maybe soda water or cream flavored soda.

    • I usually use honey for this type of thing, but if you use sugar, you can make a simple syrup. Dissolve the sugar in a cup of water and bring it to a boil.

  4. Have you ever tried it?
    Did it work?

  5. I’m having a really hard time finding pomegranate flowers in my country. Can I use something else? Hibiscus maybe?

    • Hibiscus is not a good substitute. To answer accurately, I would need to know what country you are in. You need some plant that produces edible fruits with many seeds and red flowers. Rose would be a better substitute, but it is more “sticky”. Use about half the amount.

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