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Bat Nut / Devil's Nut
Used as a protective charm !

**NOTE: Due to the invasiveness of this species these have been heated to render them sterile
5 pieces
Black Walnut Hulls

Black Walnut has been used in herbal medicine for thousands of years. It has been used throughout history for treatment of intestinal problems, snakebites, open wounds, ulcers, scurvy, and as one of the most effective laxatives available. Because of its dark color, the outer hull is also used as a dye and was used in brown hair dye until the early 1900s. It is a good source of beta-carotene, acids, calcium, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, selenium, silicon, zinc, tannin, B-vitamins, and vitamin C.

Today, the hulls are used to help with many conditions. It is known to be a gentle and effective laxative. Black walnut is known as an effective anti-viral and is used to fix warts, which are caused by viruses. Black walnut is an anti-fungus and has been used to fight herpes, cold sores, athlete’s foot, and Candida. It has been used as an antiseptic to combat illness like sexually transmitted infections and malaria and can be used to treat acne.

Black walnut hulls contain juglone, a chemical that is antibacterial, antiviral, anti-parasitic, and a fungicide. As a skin wash, black walnut hulls are used to treat ringworm and yeast infections of the skin. Taken internally, black walnut hulls are used to treat intestinal worms.

Black walnut is considered a “masculine” tree associated with the element of fire and the sun. Culpepper, in his Complete Herbal, writes,

“This is a plant of the sun. Let the fruit of it be gathered accordingly, which as the most virtual whilst green, before it shells.”
In the American Hoodoo tradition, walnut leaves and nuts are used to put jinxes on people. Walnuts are also used to “fall out of love”; Yronwode in her Hoodoo Herb and Root Magic describes a ritual where you make a tea of nine black walnuts (husk and all) boiled in three quarts of water; boiling it till the water evaporates down to 1 quart. You bathe in this water, renouncing ties to the former love, and then throw the water out at a crossroads or against the tree. This kind of bath is not one for the bathtub, but usually done in a smaller tub. Again, we see this expelling or removing quality associated with the walnut present.
1 Oz
Devil's Claw Seed Pod
The seed pods of Devil’s Claw, named for their threatening shape, make excellent protective charms.
1 ea
Saltpeter (Potassium Nitrate)
USP Certified Food Grade

Despite its reputation of sedating ones carnal urges.. in fact potassium nitrate has no effect on the sex drive.

Saltpeter is a commonly used food preservative and used for treating Asthma and topically for treating sensitive teeth

Magical: Saltpeter ( Potassium nitrate ) is used for breaking jinxes, cleansing, and turning luck around. ... Add to a bath for spiritual cleansing.

NOTE: Toxic in high doses and can produce symptoms ranging from a mild headache and upset stomach to kidney damage and dangerously altered blood pressure
1 Oz
Sulfur (USP Certified)
Used as enhancer for clear, healthy-looking skin; promotes joint comfort; mineral detoxifier; skin care ointment (itchy skin, blemished skin).


Magical Sulfur (Sulphur) Powder ( brimstone ) is used in magic to dispel or prevent a hex on you and destroy an enemy's power over you.

Likewise it can be used to CAUSE harm in the form of (in Southern root / conjure) Enemy Tricks ..

Banishing Evil and negativity. Jinx removing. Hex Breaking. Preventing curses. Psychic Protection.

NOTE: Sulfur burns with a blue flame and the famous sulfur smell. If you fumigate a closed space with it, get everything alive out of there first. It is an irritant to mucus membrane!!
1 Oz
Tonka Beans - Dipteryx odorata
NOTE: Sold as a curio for Magickal use only. Not for Human Consumption.

Tonka beans are the fruit of a South-American rain forest tree that belongs to the legume family. In South America these great canopy trees are a valued hardwood species whose timber is used in construction. In the rain forest various parts of the tree are also used medicinally, but internationally only the bean has ever attracted any attention.

The crinkly black beans don't look like much, but they have a unique sweet and musky scent that is both dark and seductive. Their aroma is mostly due to a substance called coumarin, tiny white crystals that form a thin crust over the wrinkled surface of the bean. Coumarins are common in the Clover family. They also lend Woodruff and Sweetgrass their characteristic sweet aroma. Tonka bean extract has been used as a flavoring agent in numerous foods, cosmetics and tobacco. Although coumarin forms the basis of blood thinning drugs such as Warfarin, it is toxic when ingested in large quantities. It is a suspected carcinogen and has been banned in many countries. However, Tonka bean extract is still sometimes used as a chemical base material for making cheap Vanilla substitutes.

Traditional: Tonka Bean is no longer used medicinally in Western herbalism, though in the rainforest it is used to make an oil for ear aches and the seeds are fermented in rum and used to treat snakebites, cuts, rheumatism, bruises etc. They are also said to have anti-spasmodic properties and have been used to treat cough and asthma.

Magical: Tonka Beans are used in sachets and amulets to attract love or money. They can be used in incense blends for love or sex magic. They intensify the focus of one's magical intent and have a great drawing power - better be careful what you wish for though, you might get it!
1 Oz NOTE: Magical Use ONLY
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