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Marvin from Hitchhiker's Guide
catherineyronwode wrote:It's a mineral powder. It is not mould or fungus.
Powders tend to form a sedimentary layer at the bottom of the bottle. When you shake the bottle, the powders may float up and then land on top of the herbs, coating them.
This is what some folks think is "fungus," but they are wrong.
By the way, "rancid" means that something is decomposing. A definition of rancid is "having a rank smell or taste usually due to a chemical change or decomposition." Decomposition cannot in and of itself produce fungus, mould, or a layer of white mineral powder.
The wrote:Hi, I just ordered and received a bottle of LM Uncrossing Oil. I have 2 questions.
1) There is a bit of white sediment in the bottom of the mixture and around the rim that more-or-less goes away when I shake it vigorously for a while. Is the oil still good to use?
catherineyronwode wrote:Thanks, wraithklewn, for making your situation a little clearer.
Dragon's Blood Oil doesn't seem to relate completely to what you are doing. It is "Dragon's Blood Oil For luck, protection, and to signify the sealing of a pact or promise."
If you are looking for deeper and stronger work, here are three ways you could go --
(1) highly personalize the work, for instance by using Astrological Oils as "helpers" or
(2) add a power oil such as Victory Oil, Power Oil, Commanding Oil, or Moses Oil -- something of the "big guns" idea you were mentioning or
(3) add a second cleansing and spell-breaking oil such as Uncrossing Oil, Jinx-Killer Oil, Run Devil Run Oil, or Cast Off Evil Oil.
I hope this is the kind of idea-framing you were hoping for.
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