Magical Incense – Recipe Included!

fb0b7f955e64ab40b201be8c00032cddWe all love to burn some incense and there are lots of store bought varieties out there that can meet your every need. But before you hit the “buy now” tab, why not try and make your own and put some good love and energy into it!  We all love to burn it for a variety of reasons, but I think you will find that this one is a bit more special. If you are looking for a go-to incense blend for your magical workings, I think you will be pleased with this one.

When I saw that @DrayvenAuria  had on her “to-do list” to stock up on some homemade magical incense, I asked and hoped she would share her recipe. And she did!

See below and give it a try!

Magical Incense Blend & Mixing Method – all equal parts

1) Cedar
2) Dragon’s Blood resin
3) Rosemary
4) Sunflower Petals
5) Willow
6) Myrrh resin
7) Sandalwood
(I prefer not to use oils in this.)

 

1. After gathering all the ingredients, grind up the myrrh and dragon’s blood resin in your mortar and pestle. Dragon’s blood resin can be hard to come by…. frankincense resin can be used as a substitute.

2. After grinding up the resins, put them aside and grind up the woods (cedar, willow, sandalwood).

3. Finally, grind the sunflower petals and rosemary. Put it all together in the mortar and pestle and grind again, mixing the energies together.

Some people use a coffee grinder…. I find that using a mortar and pestle puts more of my energy into it. I use this for many magical workings. Burn this on a charcoal block. I have also dressed my candles with my oil of choice and rolled it in this mixture.

 

There you have it! I’m sure she would love to hear from you if you have any questions. You can find her and follow her on twitter @DrayvenAuria

Thank you again for sharing your recipe!

Happy Witching!
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