Voodoo Mama's Hoodoo Oils, Potions, and Gris Gris
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Voodoo Mama's Holy Incenses, Spiritual Oils, Magickal Baths, Sachet Powders, Herbal Blends, and Gris Gris are top quality, hand blended, ritualized, and custom blended the old fashioned way with the finest herbs and essential oils. They are 100% pure and are additive free. Formulae are used that are sacred to the particular Loa, Saints, Angels, and Orisha, created in conjunction with the appropriate prayers and focused intent.
Voodoo Mama's Hoodoo Oils and Potions
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- Voodoo Mama's Magickal Spiritual Oils
Voodoo Mama's Spiritual Oils are custom blended the old conjure style way with the finest herbs and essential oils. They are 100% pure and are additive free. Formulae are used that are sacred to the particular Loa, Saints, Angels, and Orisha, created
- Voodoo Mama's Magickal Herbs & Herbal Hoodoo Blends
By dressing (anointing) the candles and other ritual items with oils and rolled in powdered herbs, you're in effect adding an enhancement to your candle of power, thereby making it that much more precise in your working. Find Angelica, Balm of Gilead
- Voodoo Mama's Spiritual Baths
Inspired by the loas and spirits of the Voodoo pantheon, Voodoo Mama's spiritual baths, magickal baths, and ritual baths are made with healing salts, special herbs, essences, essential oils, and colors specific to the purpose at hand.
- Voodoo Mama's Magickal Hoodoo Waters and Floor Washes
Voodoo Mama's Magickal Floral Hoodoo Waters are extremely versatile. They can be used as an aromatic face and body spritz, placed on the altar as offerings, used to purify your home, added to your creams and lotions instead of water, or alternatively
- Voodoo Mama's Authentic New Orleans Gris Gris
Voodoo Mama's Authentic New Orleans gris gris (gree gree) are powerful magickal talismans created according to New Orleans Voodoo tradition. In New Orleans, gris gris is often carried in the form of a doll or a bag and is essentially a means of carry
What is Root Work?
According to Wikipedia, "Herbalism is a traditional medicinal or folk medicine practice based on the use of plants and plant extracts. Herbalism is also known as botanical medicine, medical herbalism, herbal medicine, herbology, and phytotherapy. The scope of herbal medicine is sometimes extended to include fungal and bee products, as well as minerals, shells and certain animal parts. Pharmacognosy is the study of medicines derived from natural sources."
If you combine all of the above, it's simply called root work.
Voodoo Mama's Magickal Herbs and Herbal Hoodoo Blends
Hoodoo not only utilizes roots & herbs for its spells, but also a wide array of oils, incenses, floor washes, sprays, and powders. Many spells are candle oriented for added power. The color of the candle is always in sync with the nature of the spell. By dressing (anointing) the candles and other ritual items with oils and rolled in powdered herbs, you're in effect adding an enhancement to your candle of power, thereby making it that much more precise in your working.
Magickal herbs and resins, sacred herbs, and medicinal herbs, we have them all!
Herbs and resins are used in many religions. For example, myrrh (Commiphora myrrha) and frankincense (Boswellia spp) are probably the most popular in Christianity, the Nine Herbs Charm in Anglo-Saxon paganism, the neem tree (Azadirachta indica) by the Tamils, holy basil or tulsi (Ocimum tenuiflorum) in Hinduism, and sweetgrass is considered a holy herb to Native Americans. Root workers will use many of these herbs for spiritual purposes.
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- Voodoo Mama's Angelica Root
Also known as Garden Angelica, or the Root of the Holy Ghost, the virtues of Angelica have long been praised in folklore, dating back into ages of great antiquity. It was used during times of plague to protect against contagion and illness, and was used as an aid in purifying blood and was described by some as a "cure for every conceivable malady," though it was chiefly used against poison, infections, and the spread of the plague. Angelica also came to be heavily associated with Angels and divinity, perhaps in part because it tends to bloom around the same time of the day of Michael the Archangel, casting it into a holy light. In this view, it was frequently used to keep evil spirits away and protect against curses, evil spells, and cruel enchantments. More frequently these days, it is used as a remedy for colds, coughs, rheumatism, and diseases of the urinary track, and some would worn those with diabetes away from it as it possesses a high sugar content. Though it is widely known for these properties, it is more commonly utilized as an expectorant for coughs and a diaphoretic for fevers. Slipping away from holistic medicine, it is perhaps most widely known for its use in flavoring liqueurs, jams, and other such things.
- Voodoo Mama's Balm of Gilead Buds
Balm of Gilead or Poplar buds come from Cottonwood Poplar trees in the United States that produce a resinous, stick and tight bud that is highly aromatic. The dried, unopened buds of the poplar tree have been used in ointments and skin treatments for at least 3,000 years. According to an old Black Spiritual, "There is a balm in Gilead to soothe the sin-sick soul." Presented as a gift to Solomon, it was cultivated in Judea on Mt. Gilead.
Balm of Gilead can be used as an oil of consecration. To extract the resin, crush the buds, cover with olive oil and allow to sit for two weeks. To prepare a candle to be used in psychic healing, first rinse it in cold water and sea salt, and then anoint it beginning at the center working outward toward both ends. Burn the buds to attract spirits, or carry them to attract a new love.
- Voodoo Mama's Buckeye Nuts
In Hoodoo, buckeye nuts are considered to be potent good luck charms. The nuts are picked while still in their green spiny jackets which are then peeled away, leaving the bare nut. The nuts are allowed to dry and oiled daily until they reach a rich, deep, brown color. The method of oiling in the folk tradition is by rubbing the nut alongside the nose where there is typically a natural concentration of oil produced by the skin.
The name Buckeye comes from Native American folklore. Native people noticed that the nut of the Buckeye tree resembles the eye of a buck deer, a buck eye. My mother always told me that buckeyes were lucky and she always kept one in her purse and told me to carry one in my pocket. In Hoodoo, it is believed that carrying a buckeye in one's pocket will bring good luck and increase pocket money. Lucky buckeyes were carried in men's pockets sometimes for their entire lives. They are coveted by gamblers who anoint them with Fast Luck Oil and carry them concealed in their mojo bags for luck in games of chance.
- Voodoo Mama's Dragon's Blood Resin
Attributed to Heh and Pe by the Kabbalists (Aires and Mars) Dragons Blood is also an incense of Fire. It is especially good when mixed with other incense, and acts as a boost to their potency. Dragon's Blood comes from the fruit of the Draco trees, and looks like boiling blood when you put it on charcoal to burn as incense.
Hoodoo and Conjure Quarterly
The World's First Hoodoo Magazine!
At long last, Issue #2 has arrived! And it is even better than the first! Over 150 pages of authentic hoodoo and conjure from a variety of traditions, not to mention we have jam-packed it with information about New Orleans Voodoo and Hoodoo. Read about Louisiana superstitions, New Orleans Gris Gris, how to grow a botanica in your backyard, and home protections and wards. We've got information on the Voodoo Doctors of New Orleans, Pomba Gira, red brick dust, Indian Spirit Hoodoo and St. Anthony. Learn how to invoke Archangel Iophiel, make a business Elegba, and feast your eyes on Altars, Crossroads of Power.
This issue features our very first international submissions, one about Belizean indigenous death rites by Winsom Winsom and our featured cover story about Mama Moses and the conjure tradition of the underground railroad by Witchdoctor Utu. These articles will NOT disappoint you.
As far as charms and formularies, we've got a whole section on sex and love magic, protection charms, a Lavender Lust bottle for same sex couples, selections from a witch's Hoodoo grimoire, how to make Jupiter Cakes and more!
As for folklore, read the very informative and entertaining How Br'er Rabbit Lost his Foot, the Dreaded Plate Eye and more.
And that's not all!
We've got book reviews and a contest to win a jar of crossroads dirt and a Papa Legba talisman.
Believe it or not, there is even more than this. And well, to find out everything that's in it, you'll just have to pick up a copy!
Book bound, full color bleed, 156 pages of pure, fabulous conjure!
Voodoo Mama's Magickal Spiritual Oils
Voodoo Mama's Spiritual Oils are custom blended the old conjure style way with the finest herbs and essential oils. They are 100% pure and are additive free. Formulae are used that are sacred to the particular Loa, Saints, Angels, and Orisha, created in conjunction with the appropriate prayers and focused intent.
List of Voodoo Mama's Magickal Hoodoo Oils - These are some of our best sellers!
All of Voodoo Mama's oils come in generous 4 dram bottles and are $9.95 each. They are blended in the old conjure style way coupled with the ancient art of French perfumery found in New Orleans. The use of pure carrier oils, essential oils, herbal essences, exotic resins, and attars, these oils are not only powerful in a magickal sense, but they smell absolutely divine! You won't find a better deal for authentic New Orleans style conjure oils anywhere on the internet!
You can find a complete list of Voodoo mam's Hoodoo Oils here.
- Voodoo Mama's Come to Me Oil
Do you have your eyes set on somebody special? Here is one of our most popular traditional oils designed for evenings out and flirty occasions which demand stealthy, but unmistakable magnetism. Bring that special someone into your life.for evenings out and flirty occasions which demand stealthy, but unmistakable magnetism. A delicate blend of florals with a hint of spicy notes, this spiritual oil blend is custom blended the old fashioned way with the finest herbs and essential oils using Voodoo Mama's signature Hoodoo formulary. Each bottle contains pieces of herbs and roots to supercharge the oil and smells seductively delicious.
- Voodoo Mama's Papa Legba Road Opener (Abre Camino) Spiritual Oil
Papa Legba is the Voodoo Loa of the Crossroads and Gatekeeper to the Spirit World. Use this oil to clear obstacles from your life and make room for new opportunities. Surprisingly yummy, delectably unexpected, this oil combines the camphor, mint, and anise Voodoo Mama's Papa Legba Spiritual Oil is custom blended the old fashioned way using herbs and roots sacred to Papa Legba to supercharge the oil. This spiritual oil blend is 100% pure andadditive free.
- Voodoo Mama's Voodoo Mama's Ogun Spiritual Oil
Use this oil to gain employment, influence those in positions of power, and for protection. Voodoo Mama's Ogun Spiritual Oil is custom blended the old fashioned way with the finest herbs and essential oils using Voodoo Mama's signature Hoodoo formulary. Each bottle contains pieces of roots and herbs sacred to the loa Ogun to supercharge the oil. This spiritual oil blend is 100% pure and additive free.
- Voodoo Mama's Swamp Witch Cure-All Oil
In hoodoo, the "cure-all" was very popular amongst followers of New Orleans Voodoo hoodoo. The "cure all" was a voodoo spell that could solve all problems. There were different recipes in hoodoo Spells for "cure all", one recipe was to mix jimpson weed with sulphur and honey. Placed in a glass, rubbed against a black cat, and then slowly sipped. We celebrate the cure-all tradition with Voodoo Mama's Swamp Witch Cure-All Oil, an all-purpose healing and balancing oil. It is custom blended the old conjure style way with the finest herbs and essential oils using an olde tyme bayou swamp recipe. Each bottle contains pieces of herbs and roots sacred to Gran Ibo the Swamp Witch to supercharge the oil.
- Voodoo Mama's Dragon's Blood Oil
In New Orleans, Dragon's Blood Oil is a rare but most protective and powerful oil. Next to High John the Conqueror, this oil is considered the most protective and positive in the New Orleans repertoire. It is used to add power to any magickal work with positive intent, from love to money drawing to uncrossings and blessings. Voodoo Mama's Dragon's Blood Oil is custom blended the old fashioned way with the finest herbs, roots, and essential oils using an olde tyme New Orleans family recipe. Each bottle contains real claws and scales from a dragon lizard to supercharge the oil. No animals were harmed in the making of this oil.
- Voodoo Mama's Court Case (Caso de Corte) Oil
Win court cases and influence the judge and jury with Voodoo Mama's Court Case Oil. This spiritual oil blend is custom blended the old fashioned way with the finest herbs and essential oils using Voodoo Mama's signature Hoodoo formulary. Each bottle contains pieces of herbs and roots to supercharge the oil.
- Voodoo Mama's Black Devil Oil
Control your wandering lover with Voodoo Mama's Black Devil Oil. This oils is designed to keep your spouse and lover faithful by interfering in a big way with the adulterous relationship.
- Voodoo Mama's Black Hawk Spiritual Oil
Use this oil for protection and for fighting battles of any kind. Voodoo Mama's Black Hawk Spiritual Oil draws on the gifts of the warrior Indian Spirit and is custom blended the old fashioned way with the finest herbs and essential oils using Voodoo Mama's signature Hoodoo formulary. Each bottle contains pieces of roots and herbs sacred to Black Hawk to supercharge the oil.
- Voodoo Mama's Aunt Anna's Wishbone Oil
This is one of the most well known of the wishing oils in New Orleans Voodoo Hoodoo tradition. This powerful wishing oil is custom blended the old conjure style way with the finest herbs and essential oils using Voodoo Mama's signature New Orleans Hoodoo formulary. Each bottle contains pieces of herbs and roots to supercharge the oil.
- Voodoo Mama's Aunt Sally Dream Oil
A very popular dreamtime oil in the New Orleans tradition. Gain wisdom, learn about the future, predict lucky numbers and have prophetic dreams with Voodoo Mama's Aunt Sally Dream Oil. Not only will you be able to dream about forthcoming events and lucky numbers to play the lottery, you will be able to remember them with regular use of this oil. This powerful dream oil is custom blended the old conjure style way with the finest herbs and essential oils using Voodoo Mama's signature New Orleans Hoodoo formulary. Each bottle contains pieces of herbs and roots to supercharge the oil.
Voodoo Mama's Magickal Sachet Powders
An ANCIENT HOLY CUSTOM: Old tyme Spiritualists use sachet powders, herbs, and oils to dress petitions, fix spells and candles, and drop in foot track magick. Priests before the birth of Christ anointed themselves with perfumed oils and believed these oils brought success and kept away evil spirits, among other things.
Una ANTIGUA COSTUMBRE SANTA: Los sacerdotes antes del nacimiento de Cristo ungieron a s mismo con aceitas perfumaron y creyeron que estos aceitas traan xito y alejaban espritus malos, entre otras cosas. Los Espiritistas viejos de tyme utilizan polvos de sobrecito, las hierbas, y los petrleos para vestir peticiones, fijan ratos y velas, y la gota en el magick de vestigio de pie.
Voodoo Mama's Banishing Powder
Voodoo Mama's Spotlight
“Voodoo Hoodoo” is the unique variety of Creole Voodoo found in New Orleans. The Voodoo Hoodoo Spellbook is a rich compendium of more than 300 authentic Voodoo and Hoodoo recipes, rituals, and spells for love, justice, gambling luck, prosperity, health, and success.Cultural psychologist and root worker Denise Alvarado, who grew up in New Orleans, draws from a lifetime of recipes and spells learned from family, friends, and local practitioners. She traces the history of the African-based folk magic brought by slaves to New Orleans, and shows how it evolved over time to include influences from Native American spirituality, Catholicism, and Pentecostalism. She shares her research into folklore collections and 19th- and 20th- century formularies along with her own magical arts.The Voodoo Hoodoo Spellbook includes more than 100 spells for Banishing, Binding, Fertility, Luck, Protection, Money, and more. Alvarado introduces readers to the Pantheon of Voodoo Spirits, the Seven African Powers, important Loas, Prayers, Novenas, and Psalms, and much, much more, including: Oils and Potions: Attraction Love Oil, Dream Potion, Gambler’s Luck Oil, Blessing Oil Hoodoo Powders and Gris Gris: Algier’s Fast Luck Powder, Controlling Powder, Money Drawing Powder Talismans and Candle Magic Curses and Hexes