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Yule Incense and Oil Recipes

by Raven and Crone

INCENCE AND OIL:
For Yule incense and oil you can use any of the following scents,
either blended together or alone: rosemary , frankincense , myrrh ,
nutmeg, saffron, cedar or pine, wintergreen, ginger, bayberry, cinnamon. 

YULE INCENSE: (Magical Herbalism by Cunningham)
Burn during all Winter rites and also to purify the home from November 1 to March 21: Pine, Juniper , Cedar


YULE INCENSE: (Making Magickal Incenses by Keith Morgan)
Yule is the Sabbat that is celebrated on or around the 21st of December, with dates differing from year to year, as being when the sun enters the sign of Capricorn, to mark the Winter Solstice.
5 parts pine resin, 4 parts mistletoe, 3 parts spruce resin, 5 ml musk oil per 8 oz. of dry mixture

YULE INCENSE: loose only (Wylundt's Book of Incense)
1 1/2 part sandalwood, 1/2 part benzoin, 1/2 part frankincense, 1/4 part myrrh, bayberry oil

YULE INCENSE:(Incense, Oils and Brews by Cunningham)
2 parts frankincense, 2 parts pine needles or resin, 1 part cedar, 1 part juniper berries

YULE INCENSE:
3 parts frankincense, 1/2 part mistletoe, 1 part juniper berries, few drops juniper oil, few drops orange oil


YULE INCENSE:
1 part cypress, 1 part oak bark, 1 part juniper berries

YULE INCENSE:
1 tsp. cinnamon, 1 tsp. cloves, 1 tsp. allspice, 1 tsp. nutmeg, 1 tsp.pine, 1 tsp. cedar, 1 tsp. frankincense, 1 tsp. myrrh, few drops mulberry oil


YULE OIL:
2 drops cinnamon oil, 2 drops clove oil, 2 drops frankincense oil, 2 drops myrrh oil, 1 drop mandarin oil, 1 drop pine oil

YULE OIL:
1 dram pine oil, 1 dram balsam fir oil, 5 drams almond oil, 1 cinnamon stick, handful of cloves, 1 drop musk oil, apple wood pieces; Warm over low heat

YULE OIL:
One 6-8" branch fresh-cut spruce, One 6-8" branch fresh-cut short needle pine, One 6-8" branch fresh-cut cedar, 2 tb. frankincense resin, ground, 1 tb. bayberry oil; Cut branches into 1 inch pieces, put into a jar. Add remaining ingredients and cover with base oil and steep.

YULE OIL:
1 dram pine oil, 1 dram cinnamon oil, 1 dram olive oil, 1 tsp. ginger root, broken into small pieces, 3 tsp. sea salt

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This article was published on Wednesday 05 November, 2008.
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