sephirah wrote:Is it necessary to do a separate spiritual cleansing bath following a 13 herb bath for uncrossing and jinxing? In looking at curios listed in HHRM for cleansing/purifying and uncrossing/breaking jinxs, I see several of the same herbs that may be used in both. I want to use my LMCC 13 herb bath and follow with a house cleansing of Chinese Wash but am questioning the addition of bath water to the wash. Both type baths would have "bad" stuff (from me) in the disposal water yet they are both considered a "spiritual" cleansing. Just wondering if doing a general bath with specific cleansing and purifying curios to rid of all negative conditions and save the 13 herb one for that condition alone.
I just wanted to ask if u have youngsters u were washing with the 13th herb bath or a sick person how would u do that on there bed etc..and how would u collect the water to throw at crossroads..would they throw it or u...and can u collect everyones bath water together to throw it in one heap at the end.?
Would if really matter if the water wasnt thrown at crossroads and just went down the drain instead?
thank u bubba
Dimples03 wrote:Is the 13 herb bath more effective or stronger than the uncrossing kit? Which is better or let me say the most effective. I have ordered the uncrossing kit and I need to help someone get rid of a bad spell. I need something strong. also when doing any of the two of these baths do you just let the water go down the drain or do you have to dump it outside?
jwmcclin wrote:This bath is excellent...I was told that everyone does need the 13 days...in what instances is this true? Prior to getting the 13 herb bath, I used Hyssop baths...
jwmcclin wrote:I would like advice on how often to take the herb baths...13 herb, 9 herb and 7 herb...is it advisable once a month, twice a year etc...I understand the importance of taking them periodically...but I would like advice on this question...Thanks.
shyguy wrote:is there a way to know if you really need 13 days of the herbal bath? Is there a divination I can do at home with everyday items to find out?
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