Non-corrosive Ritual Tool Cleansing Brew

For consecration & anointing Wicca, Pagan & neo-shamanic ritual magic tools, salt is probably the first thing that comes to most minds when considering removing unwanted accumulated metaphysical energy, but salt is corrosive to a metal athame or a copper cauldron. Salt could also scratch the floor during indoor Circle casting -- not good. I collect vintage tools and craft new ones, so I do a lot of spiritual cleansing and anointing. Over the years I've been asked often about what I use because items folks have purchased arrive with a clear bright energy -- this is the brew I use.

I'm happy to be able to offer a limited supply of my potion for cleansing and welcoming ritual tools! Take a small amount of this pleasant smelling herbal blend to brew a tea like infusion or add to your own oil for a slow infusion. This hand mixed blend of herbs is designed to remove unwanted energy, generate a protective field, plus send a positive bonding energy to both new tools and old, helping to increase a magical connection between you and your ritual tool pal. In the form of a water infusion the blend can also be used to prepare an area for Circle casting because of its cleansing and protective qualities.

This blend may also be burned in a safe dish to smudge like a sage wand; burning mugwort is excellent for calming active ghosts plus each of the herbs are great for cleaning energy and building new good energy in its place. The scent burning is earthy, but pleasant.


All natural herbs won't damage metal ritual tools like purification salt does. Package includes instructions for use. *For ceremonial use. Not intended for ingestion.

Includes:
instructions for use
1 heaping tablespoon of herbal mixture, (enough to infuse into two small bottles of olive oil or 4 water uses).

Ritual Tool Cleansing Brew #HM059
Primary Material: herbs
Size: 1 heaping tablespoon
Quantity Currently Available: 2
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Ingredients: 
mugwort
white sage
motherwort
rosemary
lavender
egyptian chamomile
oregano 

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