Money Draw Oil Money Draw Oil
Money Draw Oil Money Draw Oil

Money Draw Oil

C$18.99

Everyone needs more money, whether it's a new job, promotion or more cash flow. Use money draw oil in money spell work, floor wash, mojo bags and baths. For use in candle magic, baths and all other money work.

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Everyone needs more money, whether it's a new job, promotion or more cash flow. My Money Draw oil begins with several herbs such as cinquefoil, uva ursi leaf, vetiver, master root, grains of paradise, cinnamon and more. It is then charged and worked on for several weeks until ready. In every bottle there is cinquefoil, gold glitter, grains of paradise. 

 

To draw in more money with candle magic, anoint a green candle with money draw, write out your intentions on a paper, carve your name into the candle and burn. 

 

Anoint a petition paper for money and keep in your wallet, put on lottery tickets, tip jars, your cash register at you business or anything that has to do with money, luck or gambling.

 

You can also add this oil to a bath or a mojo bag.

 

 

All Witch of Walkerville and Aunty M products are handcrafted by Michelle, owner and spiritual practitioner of Smudge Metaphysical.

A portion of your purchase goes to support our local women's shelter Hiatus House and fund programs that help women and families overcome the cycle of domestic violence. Your support helps change lives and is appreciated by many. You make a difference. 

 

15ml bottle

 

*External Use only, Essential oils may cause skin irritations to some.

Sold as a Curio. For external use only.  

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