Witches Flying Oil
Flying ointment is an infamous magical concoction that has been brewed for hundreds of years using psychoactive ingredients, mostly from the Solanaceae or nightshade family, which includes Mandrake, Henbane, Belladonna and Datura, all of which have been infused into this oil.
Flying ointment was used to anoint the body and put the witch in a trance like state, one where she may fly to her nightly sabbat meetings using just the power of her mind and the ointment.
These ointments where recorded during the witch trials to be boiled with the fat of unbabtised children, failing this plain old animal fat would be used. The heat would have drawn out the toxins into the ointment and would be a very dangerous substance indeed.
For this flying oil, plants from the Solanaceae family have been infused in sweet almond oil using solar energies, which makes for a more delicate concoction, to be used only to anoint unbroken skin, altar tools, charm bags etc. Do not touch eyes, mouth, nose or genitals with this oil. Wash hands after application. Do not ingest, keep away from children and animals. These substances are poisonous and only a very wise witch who has done much studying should practice their craft with such an oil.
Almond oil has been infused with the following –
Added to each bottle is a drop of rosewood essential oil and leaves of wormwood and yarrow
Read these ingredients carefully before making your purchase
When used sparingly and wisely, this oil is a must for the learned witch, and invaluable for practicing astral travel, transfiguration and all other manner of visualisation magic.
Of course I have used this oil many different times, to check for adverse effects, there have been none, only very powerful and interesting meditations. But of course everybody is different. I will not be liable for any adverse effects.
The oil will arrive in a 10ml amber glass roll on bottle in an organza bag
This item is posted standard first class with the royal mail
Ye Olde Witchcraft Shoppe is not liable for any individual reaction to any particular ingredient. Remember to read the ingredients listed carefully. If you have a specific allergy or sensitivity, do not use ingredients that may trigger a reaction. An allergy patch test is recommended if there is any doubt or history of skin reactions. Discontinue use if a reaction occurs.