Shi Shi Oil 1/2 oz for Hoodoo, Voodoo, Wicca & Pagan Rituals
Shi Shi Oil is definitely an Art of The Root favorite! Derived from an old Hoodoo recipe, Shi Shi Oil is an ideal oil to help you break through any major obstacle or challenge. It also can turn bad luck to go luck! We often recommend this blend when someone is in need of some luck and synchronicity. It’s also a popular oil for gambling and games of chance. This particular oil is a fantastic remedy for getting you out of any unwanted situation quickly. Many people refer to this oil as the “emergency oil.” You can use it when faced with financial issues, legal issues, employment problems and certainly has the ability to open new doors! It’s made with all natural products that includes cloves, peppermint, gravel root, angelica and a few other luck related herbs that are blended into a Sweet Almond carrier oil. Comes in a ½ oz bottle.
There are, of course, a number of methods you can use Shi Shi oil. You can certainly wear it on the body such as rubbing on your hands, the bottom of your feet and putting a bit in your hair. You can also anoint jewelry with some and if you have any silver dimes, putting a bit of Shi Shi Oil on it and carry it on you. You can also use it as a door wash, dab some on your altar and place a bit on any important document such as your bank statements, bills, etc.
A popular candle divination technique is to get a white, orange or green candle and anoint it with some Shi Shi oil, beginning at the middle of the candle and pulling the oil up towards the top. You will then want to right your petition on a piece of parchment paper or brown paper bag. Put the candle in an appropriate candle holder and light it. State your intention out loud and recite Psalm 23.
Another great technique is to get a lodestone and pour some Shi Shi oil on top. You can also add a bit of cinnamon and even a little brown sugar. Leave this by your front door and repeat this feeding technique once a week for 3 weeks.Sold as a Curio. For external use only. A skin test is recommended prior to wearing.