Wouldn’t you like to have an herbal spray that makes negative vibes disappear? Sure, you can buy sprays in a store or online, but what about making your own? Making your own herbal concoctions for magical purposes makes the effect that much stronger. Here we learn how to make sage spray, as well as magical herbal sprays for intentions including peace and harmony, money and love.
Essentially, just what it sounds like: a spray made of herbal-infused water and/or other liquids then sprayed in the air or elsewhere for magical intentions. There are different ways to make magical herbal sprays – the difference comes down to intention, ingredients, and preservation. I’ve found they work best for the following intentions: cleansing, bringing peace and harmony, love, and prosperity to a household. Using this method of cleansing is often a lot better for people who have allergies to smoke from herb bundles. Or if you set off your fire alarm too much!
Let’s get down to it. Here’s how to make sage spray to cleanse negative energy and entities from your space. This type has alcohol as a preservative so it should last some time.
If there’s been any discord in the home, first I cleanse then I spray for peace and prosperity. It works almost instantly! This kind of spray doesn’t last long so you should use it the day you make it. A small bottle is best so you don’t waiste as much.
This is a great recipe for increasing the money and prosperity in your home or in your business. If you want to make a big batch and preserve it, add 1-2 tsp of vodka (like with the sage spray recipe above). It’s also much easier to make because there’s no stove or pot involved.
Here’s the deal. Storage really comes down to what ingredients you use to make your sprays. If you’re making a simple infusion in water or moonwater, for example, storing your spray in the fridge for a week or two should keep it relatively fresh to use around the house and on yourself. However, I don’t recommend keeping a herbal infusion in water in your cabinet or a warm space. It will go back quickly and may harbor bacteria, etc. Don’t forget to label it with the name and date.
If you choose to make a spray and include a preservative like alcohol, the spray will keep well in a cool, dark space for up to 6 months in my experience. Alcohol-based tinctures, on the other hand, last up to 2 years if they are completely made up of alcohol. But since we’re talking sprays, I say 6 months when alcohol is used a preservative in addition to water and the herbs.
My favorite part of my magical practice is experimenting and making my own recipes. You should do the same. Try out different herbs for various intentions. Rose and lavender for love. Rue for banishing. Lemon balm for relieving anxiety. Try different methods of making sprays including infusing herbs into water on the stove and simply using essential oils. Experiment with different kinds of water if you’re not preserving your mixture, for example moon water, sun water, or water from rivers or the ocean etc. Record the results and any faux-pas in your grimoire so you can tweak your recipes as needed.
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