Oil || John the Conqueror || Lucky Mojo
This listing is for one glass bottle of oil.
Size 0.5 fl oz
About: John the Conqueror Root is used for Drawing Luck, gaining Mastery, and Strengthening Male Nature. We make a dressing oil from chips of the root, and incorporate it into sachet powders, incense, and crystals for bath or floor wash.
Who was John the Conqueror and what is the root named after him? Ethnographers say that he was a black slave whose life was an inspiration to slaves who wanted to rebel against their masters but could not do so openly. John, said to be the son of an African king, was in captivity, but he never became subservient, and his cleverness at tricking his master supplied many a story with a pointed moral.He gave -- only to take away. He bet -- and never lost. He played dumb -- but he was never outsmarted.
Lucky Mojo Southern style anointing oils are made with genuine roots, herbs, and minerals. They are used to dress candles, anoint the body, and sprinkle on amulets and conjure hands. We prepare these Magical oils on the premises and package them in 1/2 ounce glass bottles, with vivid graphic labels.
*Disclaimer Metaphysical claims are based on lore, history, and personal experience and should not take the place of professional medical care.