Also called "Espanta Muerta," Evil Be Gone Incense is an ideal blend to rid the environment of negative spirits, evil forces, and ghosts. It effectively eliminates malicious and/or unwanted energies from your immediate location. If there are disturbing energies in your home or if you want to cleanse a new setting before moving in, Evil Be Gone is ideal! It can also uncross injurious emotions or destructive intentions cast by others. It comes in a 1.25 bag.
What does Evil Be Gone Incense do:
- Eliminate negative energy, ghosts, unwanted spirits, crossed conditions, or malintentions.
- Dispel evil forces from an immediate space/environment (exorcism).
- Cleanse your home, car, business, or office as well as any new space you are planning to inhabit.
What are the ingredients in Evil Be Gone Incense:
We hand-blend cloves, myrrh, basil, eucalyptus, devil's shoestring, rue, and a few other potent exorcism agents.
NOTE: This incense does NOT self-ignite and is made for burning over charcoal. It is the ideal mixture for any type of spirit cleansing ritual or divination technique. Be careful, this blend is extremely strong. It’s also great to use in conjunction with petitions to Saint Michael or Obatala.
How to use Evil Be Gone Incense:
One of the more popular techniques to use when burning Evil Be Gone Incense is to burn a little in every room and corner of your entire home. You can also draw a clear line with Evil Be Gone Incense in front of your door in order to prevent negative energy from coming into the home. Mix some with hot water and use it as a wash for any areas you feel possess negative energy. Another technique is to simply mix some with water and Kosher salt and place it in the center of your home. Refresh the mixture every seven days until you feel your home has been cleansed. You can also use this blend in a spiritual bath by placing some in either a stocking or muslin bag and throwing it in the tub. Burn some on your altar while reciting Psalms 91 and 23.
How to burn Evil Be Gone Incense:
Evil Be Gone Incense is meant to be burned on charcoal. It is not self-igniting. You will need charcoal discs and a fire-safe container to use, as the charcoal gets very hot! You light your charcoal, set it in the fire-safe container using tongs, and allow it to burn a few minutes until the top turns a greyish color. Only then will it be hot enough to burn your incense. When the charcoal is ready, sprinkle some of the incense on top of it, making sure not to add so much that it suffocates or smothers the charcoal.
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