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Oshun Incense for Hoodoo, Santeria, Voodoo & Pagan Rituals

Oshun Incense for Hoodoo, Santeria, Voodoo & Pagan Rituals

$7.25
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Our Oshun Incense is made for people who want to draw in the energy of Oshun, the Yoruban Goddess. If you are familiar with the African Orishas, Oshun is the Goddess of Love and she is known for bringing peace, new love, prosperity and happiness. With that said, our Oshun Incense simply has a divine scent and includes, cinnamon, chamomile, vanilla, orange and anise which are all associated to Oshun. Made with all natural products, Oshun Incense comes in a 1.25 oz glass cork vial.

Please note: This incense is meant to be burnt over a charcoal and contains no chemicals and is NOT self-igniting.

There are many ways you can use this Incense. It's perfect to burn when feeling blue or melancholy. Oshun is associated with the joy of living and this particular Incense is known to lift one’s mood. One powerful technique is to simply gather 5 sunflowers, place them in a vase with fresh water  and a touch of honey and burn a bit of Oshun incense in her Honor. Place the flowers in the center of your home. Burn while take a spiritual bath or simply burn some on your altar. Oshun loves oranges and honey, so if you are petitioning her remember to leave these out for her! Burn some by your front door to draw in her energy.

If you would like to perform a divination spell, get a tray and fill it with water and honey. Take five yellow flowers and place them in the tray. Next, write down your petition on a brown piece of paper bag. Fold it towards you and place it in the center of the tray. Get a yellow 7 day glass encased candle. Place this on top of your petition. Light your incense and say a prayer. Burn the candle for 5 days only. Remember to ask Oshun for her help and thank her every day while performing the ritual. When the ritual is complete, bring the flowers, petition and some fresh honey and “feed” it to Oshun in a running river or stream.

Sold as a Curio. For external use only.

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