FRANKINCENSE Element Associations:Sun Planetary Associations:Air + Fire Astrological Associations:Leo Chakra Associations:Third-Eye, Crown, Solar Plexus Energy:Masculine/Expressive + Feminine/Receptive Magical Properties:Cleansing, Exorcism, Meditation, Positivity, Purification, Protection, Spirituality, Sacred Space Preparation, Consecration, Blessing, Love, Courage
Frankincense is a hardened gum-like material (resin) that comes from the trunk of the Boswellia tree. In modern magical traditions, frankincense is often used as a purifier – burn the resin to cleanse a sacred space. Because it is believed that the vibrational energies of frankincense are particularly powerful, many people mix frankincense with other herbs to give them a magical boost.
MYRRH Element Associations: Water + Air Planetary Associations: Sun +Moon Astrological Associations: Cancer + Leo Chakra Associations: Third-Eye + Crown Energy: Feminine/Receptive Magical Properties: Protection, Exorcism, Healing, Spirituality Energy Amplifier, Raising Vibrations, Peace, Renewal, Consecration, Blessings, Intuition Strengthening, Hex Removal, Moon Rituals + Activation, Goddess Magick. Healing Properties:Repels Mosquitos + Antiseptic Properties Botanical Name: Commiphora myrrha
Myrrh is a Goddess plant of the Moon's sphere, sacred to Isis and also burned to Ra at noon in ancient Egypt. Burned as incense, Myrrh purifies the area, lifts the vibrations and creates peace. However, it is commonly burned in conjunction with frankincense or other resins. Myrrh increases the power of any incense to which it is added. Add Myrrh to a Magick Bag, Sachet or your incense blend to purify, consecrate, and bless objects such as talismans, charms and magickal tools. It aids in meditation and contemplation.
**Always consult a physician before using herbal products, especially if you are pregnant, nursing, or on any medication(s). These herbs, resins, roots, flowers, and powders are meant to be used for spell and ritual work.
"Small" bags are full 2x3" re-sealable zip lock bags. Roughly 0.75 oz per bag