Yeah, I misspelled (typing fast). It is oxytocin, but my advice is the same.cleopatra wrote:OxyContin (oxycodon) is a powerful prescription pain medication. The hormone that causes feelings of love and bonding is oxytocin.
Does he have to have it three times in order for it to start working?Literarylioness wrote:Yes, I was the one who retold the story of the church coffee. The target's family drank the coffee with him. It all worked out very nicely. It was an accident though.
Actually, this happened to me recently. I finally decided to try this trick with my man. I gave him some of my "doctored" brownies and he gave them to his students. I can safely say none of his students are pursuing me in earnest, but he did eat one of the brownies and has been a dream! He was always easy to get along with, but now he is even more so without his sometimes cranky moods. He really pays attention to me now, whereas before he use to kind of let it go in one ear and out the other. I plan on giving him all his Christmas goodies doctored with my stuff.
nivedita wrote:Dear All:
I am facing a lot of trouble in my relationship with my husband for the past 2-3 years. It has become very bad for the last one year. He seems to be very distant and uncommunicative. Also, he is obsessed with this girl. I believe that she had given him her menstrual blood in some drinks. What should I do?
If I put my menstrual blood in his drinks would it negate her effect and would we be together again. How can I remover her evil effect from my relationship. Also, what is the process of doing this spell? Is there some other spell that I can use?
CopperFox wrote:(I know, the lady-like discussions we have on this board; forgive us, fellas...) Michelle
Well, sure, you could use rum...but as for me, I'm a West Virginia girl -- we distill our spirits from corn 'round here... But yes, you can feed the rum to your mojo (it will let you know if it likes it) or use a bit to make the "menses tincture."MysticRootworker asked...
Copperfox- Quick question..
Distilled spirits? LIke maybe 151 rum? lol I have put that out before on my altar, as an offering of sorts. It was a awhile ago, before I really read anything on here. Just wondering if I could use that to feed my mojo when I make one. You are always so helpful to everyone- thanks so much!
As been stated, no spell is guaranteed. There are also a few answers on why the spell might not have worked on your target, e.g. he is protected, or he is physically not as connected to you. I can say from all my years and now my own experience, this spell is quite effective.mabel wrote:Hi just to give an update that I've feed my ex the blood several times but alas it didnt work at all....so I guess this spell is not as 'powerful' as one thought it could be....
No pun intended?Literarylioness wrote:Anyway, what matters is the guy gets the menstrual blood in him. Period.
marriageinthemaking wrote:this is very interesting, because that my guy is into me, however, he is procrastinating about marriage... if feeding him my cycle (period) will give him a nudge than it works for me, if not, someone please give me some advice how to get a proposal
In hoodoo the tradition is getting a man to ingest your red, if you want to have sex with him, that's all fine and good, but no its not the same kind of thing as getting it into him.freegirl wrote:So in a related question, what about having sex with your target while on your period? I'm torn between thinking great, I'm more powerful-- and he's not easily put off-- and going for one of those devices that hide it.
Any thoughts? Don't know if he would ingest it accidentally, but it would be on his genitals, is that something powerful? (seems it would be if just putting it on a genital candle is, but open to advice!)