Since someone recently asked me how to make lucky hand root oil, I figured I'd go over that (very easy,) and also offer you a pretty good gambling oil you can make with a lucky hand root. :D
So to make 1oz of lucky hand root oil, I would put one lucky hand root (salep) into a 1 oz bottle/vial, fill with a carrier oil (I prefer grapeseed) and a few drops of vitamin e oil for preservative. Yeah, that's just lucky hand root oil - it is what it says it is. ;)
Now, to make my Lucky Gambler's Hand Oil you would need (all herbal ingredients should be dried):
Lucky Hand Root (salep)
Five-finger grass (cinquefoil),
Irish moss flakes
Bay Laurel leaf
Small grains of pyrite, or "fool's gold," - while I can't exactly validate this, a friend of mine uses my recipie but with gold glitter instead of pyrite and says it works just as well...so, there's a sub (?) but I wouldn't know if it works as well or better seeing as I make mine with pyrite. ;)
A vial or container
Grapeseed oil with vitamin e added for preservative.
Take a small pinch each of the five finger grass, Irish moss flakes, oakmoss powder, and chamomile flowers and place within your container (container should be small - under 2oz preferably.) Add one bay leaf, one lucky hand root, and a few grains of pyrite. Pour grapeseed oil within a few millimeters of the lip of your container, then add a few drops vitamin e to preserve the oil. Store in a cool dark place. :)
This oil can be used to anoint candles for gambling spells, gambling mojo "hands" (mojo bags,) or even by adding a few drops to a lucky bath or to the palms of your hands before hitting the casino.
I hope everyone enjoyed this item from my recipie book. :)
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