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Our Conjure (or conjuring) Oil is a ritual oil that brings spirits forth, and can be combined here with our other conjure creations to create a Conjure Kit. In addition, the herbal blend's lilac scent provides a nice everyday perfume, making it an addition to any altar or witchcraft supply.

You can use this oil in a variety of ways: It is burned to enchant a room or to aid in divination or any spell work that requires the assistance of entities or spirits. You can also place a few drops on your wrists and neck for enchantment--and perfume--on the go, or you can anoint candles or other ritual tools. The oil is fractionated coconut oil, a carrier oil that is unlike many; it won’t linger on you or your tools, so you can reuse as often as desired without the negative consequences of other oils.

We keep the herbs in the bottle so that your oil doesn’t lose its potency and so you can enjoy the beauty of the herbal blend. Store in a cool place not exposed to heat or direct sunlight for ideal shelf life. Stored in such a manner, it will last a long time (but we recommend using it within 6 months). 

This listing is for one bottle (.5 oz) of oil and herb blend. The herb blend contains amaranth, dandelion, and passionflower. As always, be careful when in contact with herbs. While we use a quality source for our herb collection, skin irritation from a particular plant is always a possibility. 

Conjure Ritual Oil

SKU: 200408
  • **Please note, herbal products are not regulated by the FDA and everyone responds differently to the application or ingestion of herbs. Please consult a doctor and ensure for your particular situation (side effects with medications, pregnancy) that you are able to use particular herbs before you apply or ingest herbal products. As stated, our herbs are sourced from quality sources, like Mountain Rose Herbals or Starwest Botanicals, as well as local apothecaries, but it is important to address your particular body's capability in handling herbs. In addition, do not ingest unless explicitly stated or unless it's clear to do so, like for teas and oxymels.