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Dragon's Blood Oil

To: alt.lucky.w
From: "John M. Hansen" 
Subject: Dragon's Blood Oil
Date: Mon, 22 Jul 2002 16:48:00 -0400

    Dragons blood is the sap product of a Malaysian reed.  Usually
sold in wrapped in 'reeds'  about an inch and a half in diameter and
about five inches long.   It is used in commerce, especially in the
photoengraving and lithography industry.
    The powdered solid matter of dragons blood is used as an incense
in exorcisms and banishing.  The incense powder should not be diluted.
The fumes of the incense carry out the non physical 'material' being
removed, so it should be burned either outside or with the doors and
windows open.
    The oil is made by adding the powder to any convenient carrier
oil, mineral oil is considered to be best for this purpose.  The
powder will settle out of the oil, as it is only partly soluble in any
oil (That I know of or have access to.)  Before using the oil should
be shaken vigorously.
Best Wishes,
John M Hansen

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"JediMasterLisa"  wrote in message
> I ordered a couple items from Miller's Drugs, one item that I
couldn't get
> anywhere else, and two other things out of curiosity. To report on
what I got:
> a) Papa Jim's Spellbook: I had trouble finding this book; I tried
ordering it
> from no less than three other places, all of which told me they were
sold out.
> I got the last copy from Miller's; it shows quite a bit of shelf
wear and
> handling marks, but I'm glad to have it at all.
> b) Van Van oil: I ordered this out of curiosity to see how it
compared to the
> real thing. This vial is 7 Sisters of New Orleans brand. It smells
> straight up dragon's blood, perhaps with a bit of orange in it, no
hint at all
> of any lemongrass or anything else. I'm putting this bottle in my
display of
> curios.
> c) the Attraction "Ju-Ju Jar": A medium size glass jar that you'd
expect to buy
> herbs from the grocery store in, it's a mixture of seeds and all
kinds of plant
> matter I can't identify. (Cat, if I took a pic and posted an URL,
would you be
> so kind as to identify what you can?) There is also lots of a light
> (sachet?) powder that smells A LOT like Florida Water mixed in. Last
but not
> least is a plastic gold tone "What Would Jesus Do?" coin. The jar
came with two
> small sheets of 'parchment' paper (paper, not animal skin) and
> Also d) they apparently include freebies with every order, and I got
the Anna
> Riva 'Wishing" mojo bag with mine. An interesting little item, the
bag is
> orange artificial fiber of some kind; it's exactly the same fabric
as the
> cheapest selection of brightly colored cloth bolts at Wal-Mart. It
includes a
> goldtone elephant charm (why? I'm gonna look this up at Cat's site
soon as I'm
> done here), one of those largish flat beans that I guess are called
mojo beans,
> that look sort of like butter lima beans, and a small vial of
unidentified oil
> that smells strongly of cedar.
> ^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^
> In the name of a Real Good Time. Amen.
> ^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^

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