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  • Ostara Spring Equinox Incense and Oil recipes

    by Raven and Crone

    For Ostara incense, you could make a blend from any of the following scents or simply choose one... jasmine, frankincense, myrrh, dragon's blood, cinnamon, nutmeg, aloes wood, benzoin, musk, African violet, sage, strawberry, lotus, violet flowers, orange peel, or rose petals. 

    Ostara Oil
    Ingredients
    6 drops Rosewood
    4 drops Geranium
    4 drops Chamomile
    3 drops Myrrh
    2 drops Cedarwood
    1 drop Bay
    1/2 oz. Carrier Oil such as Jojoba or Almond

    Ostara Oil
    Ingredients
    10 drops Almond
    10 drops Patchouli
    10 drops Elder
    10 drops lavender
    10 drops Violet
    1/2 oz. Carrier Oil such as Jojoba or Almond

    Ostara Incense
    Recipe by Scott Cunningham

    2 parts Frankincense
    1 part Benzoin
    1 part Dragon's Blood
    1/2 part Nutmeg
    1/2 part Violet flowers (or a few drops Violet oil)
    1/2 part Orange peel
    1/2 part Rose petals

    Burn during Wiccan rituals on Ostara (the Spring Equinox, which varies from March 20th to the 24th each year), or to welcome the spring and refresh your life.

    Ostara Incense

    Mix orris root, jasmine, rose. and violet petals

    Ostara Offering Incense Recipe

    Ingredients:
    1 teaspoon ground Rose Bud herb
    1 teaspoon ground Vervain herb
    1 teaspoon Myrrh Granular Incense
    1 teaspoon Granular Frankincense Tears

    Instructions:
    Grind up the herbs with a Mortar and Pestle, making sure they are completely dry. Mix them together with the Myrhh and Frankincense Granular Incenses. Light the blend and while it burns meditate on your desires for the upcoming Spring, focusing on the Green Goddess and the renewal she brings with her.

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    This article was published on Saturday 28 February, 2009.
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