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Litha, Summer Solstice Incense and Oil Recipes

by Raven and Crone

Here are some Incense Recipes to compliment your Mid Summer rituals:

Midsummer Incense #1
Recipe by Scott Cunningham

2 parts Sandalwood
1 part Mugwort
1 part Chamomile
1 part Gardenia Petals
a few drops Rose Oil
a few drops Lavender Oil
a few drops Yarrow Oil
Burn at Wiccan rituals at the Summer Solstice (circa June 21st) or at that time to attune with the seasons and the Sun.

Midsummer Incense #2
Recipe by Scott Cunningham

3 parts Frankincense
2 parts Benzoin
1 part Dragon's Blood
1 part Thyme
1 part Rosemary
1 pinch Vervain
a few drops Red Wine

(Both of the above recipes for "Midsummer Incense #1 and #2" are quoted directly from Scott Cunningham's book "The Complete Book of Incenses, Oils & Brews", page 80, Llewellyn Publications, 1989/1992.)


Litha Incense
4 parts myrrh
3 parts frankincense
3 parts oak bark
2 parts witch hazel

Litha Incense
1/2 part mugwort
1/2 part vervain
1 part St. Johnswort
1/2 part frankincense
1/4 part mistletoe
1/4 part bay

Litha Incense
This incense is at its strongest when used for Midsummers spell work and rituals.

With your Mortar and Pestle grind these dried herbs together: wormwood, mugwort, St. Johns wort, yarrow until all are of a powdered consistency then add to charcoal disk for burning when ready to use.

Litha Oil

4 drops lavender
3 drops rosemary
1 drop pine
Use sunflower oil as base

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This article was published on Monday 02 June, 2008.
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