OCCULT MAGICK Black STYRAX Resin For Dark Magick Artes, Ancient Grimoire Recipes, 1oz Honey Pot
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Harvested from the Snowbell Tree, Liquidambar styraciflua, is also known as Sweet gum, and not an Amber resin at all, as its name suggests. The common name "sweet gum" refers to the species' "sweetish gum", contrasting with the black gum (Nyssa sylvatica), only distantly related, with which the sweet gum overlaps broadly in range. The species is also known as the "red gum", for its reddish bark. ~ Wiki
Black Styrax is known to be used in Grimoire Recipes and Occult Magick. Its smoke produces a sweet warm aroma unlike anything else.
Listing is for ~ 1oz natural corked honey pot jar adorned with black velvet ribbon and silver pentacle charm ~ Comes Beautifully Packaged ~
Pure powders, resins and gums in granular form are traditional western incenses and must be roasted on a hot coal or metal surface so the small pieces can burn slowly and properly releasing quantities of rich, fragrant smoke.
★ Natural incense (Granular, Resin, Herb or Powdered) is made to be burn on a hot charcoal representing the "Air" element in Spiritual Practice. Just place a small amount on top of the charcoal. The resins or herbs will begin to burn and release their essential oils and natural essences through the smoke. Incense has two major functions: First, it is believed to create a magical atmosphere that is appropriate for the invocation (or inviting) of Deities and Spirits often present around the Pagan/Occult altar. Second, burning the incense is believed to release the large amount of energy stored within natural incense so that it can be used for magical purposes. Smoke is used as an offering to the Spirits by carrying our prayers, energy and petitions to the "Powers That Be". ★
★ Never leave burning Incense unattended and keep away from children and PETS! Charcoal should be placed in a nonflammable and heat resistant container or dish (Soapstone, Ceramic or Clay is best), that readily disperses heat and is filled with Earth or Sand. Keep away from anything flammable; Curtains, Rugs, Bedding, Books, Paper, Decorations, etc. Keep away from drafts, vents, ceiling fans, and ALL air currents. ★
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