$ 11.11

 Are you brave enough to take a sip of the witches brew?

I needed to make a candle dedicated to one of my favorite Halloween songs and I love how it turned out. This is my Witches Brew Candle, and even though it might not look inviting it's one of my favorite scented candles of the season. Toasted Pumpkin, Spiced Apple, Ginger, Wormwood, Maple (from Maine), Sweetgrass and Chicory. I will be repeating this combination again. I absolutely LOVE it. Not only because it smells delicious, its magickal attributes are quite potent. 

Each candle is decorated with Carnelian, Obsidian, Peridot and Tigers Eye Crystals. I chose these particular crystals for their energetic benefits of protection, magickal amplification, purification and grounding. 

Dead leaves, seaweed, rotten eggs, too.
Stir them in my witches’ brew.
I got magic, Alakazamakazoo.

Spider web, moldy bread, mucky mud, too.
Stir them in my witches’ brew.
I got magic! Alakazamakazoo

ooo - My witches’ brew - ooo
What’s it gonna do to you?
Boo!

Floor wax, thumb tacks, purple paint, too.
Stir them in my witches’ brew.
I got magic, Alakazamakazoo.

Finger nails, lunch pails, apple cores, too.
Stir them in my witches’ brew.
I got magic, Alakazamakazoo.

ooo - My witches’ brew - ooo
What’s it gonna do to you?
Boo!

Wrinkled prunes, mushrooms, motor oil, too.
Stir them in my witches’ brew.
I got magic, Alakazamakazoo.
I got magic, Alakazamakazoo.

~Hap Palmer

 

You must remove all decorations before lighting your candle. Always burn on a fire safe plate away from pets, children and anything flammable. Trim your wick before each light and do not burn your candle for more than 4 hours at a time.