Tar Water, or Pine Tar Water, is actually a medieval remedy one drank to rid himself or herself from powerful spirits or entities. Now, while it's not offered (as much) because of its disagreeable taste, those who practice the craft use tar water as a symbol in their practices to aid in banishing evil or negative entities in themselves or in their presence. While our Protection Spray can ward off everyday negativity and protect against developing attachments, our Tar Water Spray is ideal for more severe cases. Because any type of entity can attach itself during ritual, and all of us are not without fallibility, it is ideal to have tar water in our witchcraft supply or on our altars. However, tar water is also used when breaking any hexes or sending any ill-will back whence it came. 

Our spray includes black salt, agrimony and resin from the sacred Pinon pine. This listing is for a 3.5 oz (4 oz total weight) of tar water spray. Please note that the use of charcoaled salt will cause a little black residue on the tube of the spray's spritzer. You will see the charcoal sitting on the plastic tube's lining. It is not decay of the oil but rather, a natural reaction from the charcoaled salt. 

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. 

Tar Water

SKU: TC0002
  • **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.