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These are the oils that create the majority of the soap bar.

Coconut Oil

Olive Oil

Mango Butter

Shea Butter

Castor Oil

Grapeseed Oil

Canola Oil

Jojoba Oil

Rice Bran Oil

Sweet Almond Oil

Avocado Oil


Magical and medicinal properties.


Medicinal benefits: Anise seed is a powerful plant that is rich in many nutrients and boasts a wide array of health benefits. It has anti-fungal, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties and may fight stomach ulcers, keep blood sugar levels in check and reduce symptoms of depression and menopause. Magical benefits: his Moon herb is carried whole for luck, and it is burned for clairvoyance and to increase psychic awareness. Some people make a necklace out of these stars. In Hoodoo, star anise is put under the pillow in order to dream of someone far away, and it is added to mojo bags. Others say that star anise keeps away nightmares. This herb is great for New Moon work, since it is dark. It’s so aromatic that just a small handful ground up is enough to strongly scent a jar of oil, and it makes an incense all on its own.


Medicinal benefits: Peppermint is a very important and commonly used herbal remedy. It is also widely used as a domestic remedy. A tea made from the leaves has traditionally been used in the treatment of fevers, headaches, digestive disorders (especially flatulence) and various minor ailments. An infusion is used in the treatment of irritable bowel syndrome, digestive problems, spastic colon etc. Externally a lotion is applied to the skin to relieve pain and reduce sensitivity. The leaves and stems can be used fresh or dried, they are harvested for drying in August as the flowers start to open. The essential oil in the leaves is antiseptic and strongly antibacterial, though it is toxic in large doses. When diluted it can be used as an inhalant and chest rub for respiratory infections.

Magical benefits: Used in healing and purification spells by raising the vibration of the area. Burn it to induce sleep. Mint is a versatile healing plant. Use it in healing spells and incenses; stuff sachets with mint leaves to ward off disease. Mint also attracts money; carry a few leaves in your wallet for this purpose. Also attracts love. Use the essential oil in spells to create positive changes in ones life.


Medicinal benefits: Well-known for its astringent, anti-fungal, and anti-inflammatory properties. When used topically, it can help soothe irritated skin, and has a long history of use as a natural bug repellent.

Magical benefits: Known as the “herb of the angels”, tea tree has been used by all major religions throughout history in protective rites. Tea tree is associated with archangels Michael and Gabriel, and has a history of use in exorcism. This beautifully fragrant oil is a powerful source of purification and protection. Work with this oil to clear both yourself and your sacred space of negative vibrations. This oil is so incredibly strengthening on all levels: mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual, which is why it’s one of my absolute favorite oils to work with.


Medicinal benefits: Sage is used for digestive problems, including loss of appetite, gas (flatulence), stomach pain (gastritis), diarrhea, bloating, and heartburn. It is also used for reducing overproduction of perspiration and saliva; and for depression, memory loss, and Alzheimer’s disease.

Magical benefits: Sage is used to promote wisdom and bring in good luck. It builds emotional strength and may help to heal grief. Magically, Sage is associated with protection and the granting of wishes. It appears in countless spells of kitchen witchery, especially those stemming from European traditions. When crushed, the dried herb is added to purification incenses. Sage wands are used for smudging homes to rid evil or unwanted spirits. Sage wards off negativity and is use for purification and protection.


Medicinal benefits: It helps in healing wounds, sores, ulcers, carbuncles, hemorrhoids, and inflammations. The essential oil of frankincense possesses antiseptic, astringent, carminative, digestive, diuretic, sedative, uterine, and vulnerary therapeutic properties.

Magical benefits: In modern magical traditions, frankincense is often used as a purifier – burn the resin to cleanse a sacred space to anoint an area that needs to be purified. 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. Many people find that it makes a perfect incense to use during meditation, energy work, or chakra exercises such as opening the third eye. In some belief systems, frankincense is associated with good fortune in business–carry a few bits of resin in your pocket when you go to a business meeting or interview.


Medicinal benefits: Myrrh is used for indigestion, ulcers, colds, cough, asthma, lung congestion, arthritis pain, cancer, leprosy, spasms, and syphilis. It is also used as a stimulant and to increase menstrual flow.

Magical benefits: Myrrh can lead to rich and rewarding meditation (especially introspection). It is used to heal personal sorrow and to connect with the dead and the Underworld. Myrrh is rarely used alone. The fabled combo of Frankincense and Myrrh has never been improved upon. It makes an incredibly powerful and balanced incense for cleansing, protection, and more. Burned before ritual, Myrrh rids the area of negative vibrations. It helps cultivate wisdom and self-healing.


Medicinal benefits: Rosemary was traditionally used to help alleviate muscle pain, improve memory, boost the immune and circulatory system, and promote hair growth.

Magical benefits: Rosemary is one of the most important Old World magical herbs. There is an enormous amount of Rosemary folklore. It has been used for cleansing and purifying incenses since ancient times. It was associated with Aphrodite/Venus (Rosemary’s name means “dew of the sea” in Latin). Later, it became linked to the Virgin Mary, who is said to have given the plant its blue blossoms when she rested her blue mantle on a bush. Rosemary was worn by medieval brides and carried by wedding guests as a token of love and virtue. And its traditional uses lean more toward cleansing/healing/clarity than to courage/protection/aggression. Especially in Old World witchcraft, Rosemary is burned to purify a room or ritual space before magical workings.


Medicinal benefits: Lavender oil is believed to have antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties, which can help to heal minor burns and bug bites. Research suggests that it may be useful for treating anxiety, insomnia, depression, and restlessness. Magical benefits: Lavender is masculine in action and associated with Mercury in Culpeper’s Herbal [2]. It is also associated with the element of air and the astrological sign Virgo. It may be used as an asperging herb (to sprinkle water for purification purposes) and dried lavender sticks or wands can be burnt like incense. It is also useful in spells to sharpen the mind, to encourage or strengthen pure love and to encourage fertility.


Medicinal benefits: Jasmine has been used for liver disease (hepatitis), liver pain due to cirrhosis, and abdominal pain due to severe diarrhea (dysentery). It is also used to cause relaxation (as a sedative), to heighten sexual desire (as an aphrodisiac), and in cancer treatment.

Magical benefits: Jasmine has the special honor of being chosen for sensual and spiritual workings alike. Its two main uses are love spells and divination. An undisputed Lunar herb, Jasmine is an appropriate choice for all manner of moon magick: Prophecy, dreaming, attraction, and so on. Jasmine especially corresponds to the Waxing Moon. Like the Maiden, its beauty is intoxicating and its bloom is brief. It is used in love-drawing magic, and is said to attract spiritually pure love (as opposed to spicy flings). Jasmine may be burned, carried, scattered, or added to dream pillows and baths. It makes a perfect anointing oil for receptive/feminine tools like scrying mirrors and chalices. Respect the mystery of this ancient flower, and it will reward you with clear vision and deep love.


Medicinal benefits: Cinnamon is high in antioxidants which reduce the damage caused by free radicals and slow the aging process. These antioxidants can also help to relieve inflammation which can lower the risk of heart disease and cognitive decline among other things. Due to its anti-inflammatory properties, cinnamon has been proven to be a wonderful natural pain reliever, especially for muscle pain.

Magical benefits: Cinnamon has a wide range of magical uses, which is why I love it so much! It’s ruled by the Sun and Mars and its sign is Aries. Its element is fire. Cinnamon can be used to consecrate your spaces or magical tools. Just use a couple of drops of oil in a diffuser to cleanse your spaces or anoint each tool with oil to cleanse it. Burn cinnamon to stimulate your spiritual powers and increase your psychic ability and awareness. Cinnamon invokes lust and is considered an aphrodisiac. It can be used in love spells as well as for sex magic. Use it to protect your home and yourself from negative energies. Cinnamon can help to speed up the other spells you’ve cast. Anoint your wallet with cinnamon oil or carry a cinnamon stick to draw money to you. It can be used in spells relating to success, money, abundance and can bring you luck. It is also great when used in healing spells.


Medicinal benefits: Sweet orange is used for high cholesterol, high blood pressure, and stroke prevention. It is also used for the common cold, kidney stones, and other conditions.

Magical benefits: Luck, Abundance, Prosperity, Divination, Fertility. Aromatherapy Uses ~ Nervousness, stress, anxiety, colds, flu. The high-energy scent of oranges is said to communicate the joy of angels to human beings. Orange peel is great for embodying the Sun in a mixture, whether tea, sachet, charm, etc. Like the Sun, orange peel lifts those who are down, helps the confused find direction, and gives new life to spiritual yearnings. Its scent is good for dealing with obsessive thinking and Sun-like, for turning us back to what is important. Orange peel is nice in Yule celebrations, reminding us of the promise of Sun even in the middle of winter.


Medicinal benefits: People use the oils, dried flower buds, leaves, and stems to make medicine. Clove is most commonly applied directly to the gums for toothache, pain control during dental work, and other dental-related issues.

Magical benefits: To attract riches, drive away hostile and negative forces, stop others from gossiping about you, produce spiritual vibrations and purify the area, burn as an incense. To attract the opposite sex and bring comfort to the bereaved, wear or carry cloves. It is especially helpful for protection spells for children, for exorcism, and for purification, but on the other hand, they also find a role in works for prosperity, perhaps because they have a long history of being prized and sought after, much as wealth is. Good for creating a sense of warm safety and so nice for establishing a magical or spiritual space.


Medicinal benefits: Internally, pine is a traditional remedy for coughs, colds, allergies, and urinary tract and sinus infections. Topically, pine is used to address skin infections and to lessen joint inflammation in arthritic conditions. Magical benefits: The pine tree represents rebirth and immortality and strength in adversity, overcoming hardships through optimism and inner strength. I feel it’s a solid Saturn tree, though most folks seem to feel Mars for it. The plant itself seems to correspond to the element Fire because of the resin and its quickness to burn as well as its protective and transformative nature, though its scent is quite Earthy. A pine branch hung over the door will invite joyful energy inside and a pine branch hung over a bed will ward against illness. Burn pine needles and pine cones to protect your hearth. Use a pine branch like a broom to brush away negative energy from your home or from surfaces (like your altar) and objects. Use pine oil in your wash water to wash away troubles that have been disturbing your household, including illness or just general doldrums. Meditate under a pine tree or walk through a pine forest to get a new perspective on a situation and emerge with a renewed sense of purpose.


Medicinal benefits: Cedar wood oil can serve as an all-natural antiseptic. It is known to be used topically to help combat bacterial and fungal infections, and study after study has proven that cedar wood oil indeed has antimicrobial properties.

Magical benefits: The fragrance of cedar is often incorporated into charms to attract money, but in China, these trees are associated with lovers because of the way they reach out their branches when growing near each other. In Assyrian mythology, cedar was one of the trees Inanna ate to gain the knowledge of love and sexuality. In Britain, however, this plant has been thought to be capable of prophesying death in the family through the loss of its limbs, which adds a somber note to this Sun scent. In terms of angels, cedar is thought to evoke angelic help, particularly when one needs wisdom. Druids sometimes associated this tree with the Tree of Life. Norse peoples sometimes referred the Tree of Life to as Grandmother Cedar. Cedar above the entry door will drive away negative influences and evil spirits. Cedar wood is often used to cleanse, heal, and protect.


Medicinal benefits: The dried leaves and oil are used to make medicine. People use eucalyptus for many conditions including asthma, bronchitis, plaque and gingivitis, head lice, toe nail fungus, and many others. Magical benefits: Eucalyptus is used to bring fresh energy to a situation, to heal regrets and worries, and to relieve mental exhaustion. It is an excellent herb to use when someone or something is bothering you. It is often blended with other healing herbs to bring relief from physical or emotional concerns. Eucalyptus leaves may safely be burned, infused, sprinkled, or stuffed into mojo bags, pillows, and poppets. Anointing oils of Eucalyptus are excellent for cleansing ritual tools. The protective magic of Eucalyptus is short-lived but very potent. It removes negative influences from the immediate surroundings. Unlike some other protective herbs, Eucalyptus gently creates a barrier without attacking or constraining others.


Medicinal benefits: It is widely used in aroma therapy treatment centers to provide relief from mental stress, dullness, stress, emotional disturbance and many other problems due to its soothing effect on both mind and body.

**This information is about sweet tobacco fragrance oil. Not the tobacco extract. Tobacco contains the highly addictive stimulant alkaloid nicotine as well as harmala alkaloids and is highly addictive and bad for the lungs. We do not promote the use of tobacco products!

Magical benefits: Most of us are probably used to tobacco in a recreational sense, but it has a long history of use for magic. In different traditions, it is treated as everything from a sacrament, to a potent banishing or hexing herb, to an herb for placating spirits, to a tool for dominating your rivals.


Medicinal benefits: Charcoal is used to treat stomach pain caused by excess gas, diarrhea, or indigestion. Charcoal also is used to relieve itching related to kidney dialysis treatment and to treat poisoning or drug overdose. Magical benefits: Charcoal is often related to 3 main elements- Fire, Earth and Air. Often it is related to earth due to the charcoal being created from wood, air due to the porous light nature and its relation to smoke and to fire due to fire being the energy that creates and transforms it. Though often most associate charcoal with fire. Correspondences: Unity, Purification, Banishing, Cleansing, Protection, Warding, Concentration


Medicinal benefits: Bentonite is a very old clay. The fine powder forms when volcanic ash ages. It’s named after Fort Benton, WY, which has a lot of it. But it’s found all over the world. People have eaten bentonite clay or put it on their skin for thousands of years. It’s been used to:
  • Clean or protect skin
  • Heal skin infections or acne
  • Treat stomach gas
  • Ease diarrhea
Magical benefits: Clay is a product of Earth, so traditionally we strongly associate it with earth energy. However, during the formation process clay is perpetually nourished with all other elements: fire, water, wind and metal. To know this means to heal with these energies. Working with clay can rejuvenate creative energy flow in many areas of life – romantic relationships, career, self-love, success and more.


Medicinal benefits:

  • Cut the Pain. …

  • Increase your fiber intake. …

  • Protection against cirrhosis of the liver. …

  • Lowered risk of Type 2 Diabetes. …

  • Lowered risk of Alzheimer’s disease. …

  • Reduces suicide risk and Depression. …

  • Protection against Parkinson’s. …

  • Coffee drinkers have less risk of heart disease.

Magical benefits:

  • Blockage Removal: Bathe with a coffee scrub, in a coffee bath, or drink a coffee potion to remove energy blockages in your life, aura, or body.

  • Boosts Spell Power: Add coffee to your spells to help them manifest better and stronger.

  • Chakra Booster: Bathe with a coffee scrub or in a coffee bath to empower your chakras. You can also meditate with a coffee bean rested on or near your chakra to help empower it.

  • Curse Removal: Cleanse with coffee, brew coffee, practice coffee aromatherapy, or add coffee to your spells to break a curse.

  • Divination: Brew coffee without straining your grounds. Ask a question, drink your coffee, and read like a tea leaf reading!

  • Energy Booster: Drink coffee brewed with cinnamon or breathe the scent of coffee to boost your energy!

  • Grounding: Drink a small amount of coffee to grant yourself focus.

  • Hex Removal: Cleanse with coffee, brew coffee, practice coffee aromatherapy, or add coffee to your spells to break a curse.

  • Nightmare Removal: Create a pouch filled with ground coffee beans and use it as an eye pillow to help remove nightmares.

  • Speeds up Spells: Add coffee to your spells to help them manifest better and stronger.


Medicinal benefits:

  • boost mood

  • reduce depression

  • alleviate anxiety

  • lower blood pressure

  • decrease heart rate

  • stimulate oil production in the skin and on the scalp

  • repel flying insects and kill bug larvae

Some people use ylang ylang as an aphrodisiac and for sexual stimulation, although its benefits in this area are primarily anecdotal.

Ylang ylang also has a history of use as a traditional, herbal treatment for conditions such as:

  • stomach distress

  • rheumatism

  • gout

  • malaria

  • headache

  • pneumonia

Reputed to help with ailments from motion sickness to high blood pressure. South Pacific islanders used it liberally as an aphrodisiac, sprinkling it on beds & incorporating it into garlands.

Magical benefits:

Ylang Ylang is used for love charms and perfumes to attract the opposite sex. It dispels fear and apprehension and can help gaining a sense of self-confidence. It is deeply sensual and erotic and is an ideal oil for tantric rituals and sex magic. It can also be used for dispelling negative emotions such as jealousy, frustration, anger and insecurity that prevent one from moving on.


Medicinal benefits: Amber oil has antibacterial properties and may help to boost the immune system. Since this oil blends well with other antibacterial oils such as sandalwood, it can help prevent infections if applied topically within a carrier oil. It may also help clear the lungs as an expectorant. Pairing amber oil with other oils such as eucalyptus may be helpful in easing the symptoms of lung infections. Essential oils can be a complementary treatment for anxiety and depression. These conditions may be caused by inflammation in the brain and, in turn, the brain either does not produce or process the hormones needed for proper mood regulation. Amber oil has anti-inflammatory properties which reduce the body’s reaction in the brain and allows for relaxation and focus. The substances found in amber have various effects on two different areas which may affect libido. This can be anxiety, which impacts performance by increasing nervousness and blood flow. By affecting both circulation and the symptoms of anxiety, amber essential oil can help increase the libido. Our bodies are exposed to stress every day and react with various forms of inflammation. Pain is often a symptom of inflammation, and once inflammation is treated, the pain is diminished as well. One of the many elements of amber oil are sesquiterpenes which are substances shown to have an effect on the reduction of inflammation. Applying amber oil with a mix of peppermint and turmeric may ease arthritic joints and temporarily stop the pain of wounds. Magical benefits: Amber Essential Oil takes our soul back to the beginning of time and teaches us the balance and harmony of knowing where we have been and where we are going. It is the cycle of time; the circular key. Essential Oil of Amber brings inspiration to the soul; showing us the mysteries of the prophets and masters who came to earth. Amber Essential Oil can be used in the bath, 10 to 15 drops, for cleansing and purification. Burn Amber Essential Oil in an Aroma Lamps, (3 to 5 drops to a small bowl of water), placed throughout the home for cleansing, protection, and purification.