Wishes, Luck, Attracting Money, Blessings, Find Employment, Healing
Scientific Name: Coix lachryma-jobi
Place into a mojo bag and carry to assist in fulfiling one's wishes.
Into a red mojo bag, place seven Jobs Tears, pyrite and a pinch of sarsaparilla and carry for luck in gambling.
Jobs Tears has been widely used for jewellery since ancient times, especially wish necklaces. Thread or use the herb in groups of three and seven to make wishes come true.
Wear Jobs Tears necklace to relieve spiritual afflictions around the head, neck and throat.
Often strung in past times as a soothing aid for teething babies.
To activate the seeds, hold seven seeds in your hand, make a wish and then place seeds in your pocket and wear them for the next seven days, then discard them over your left shoulder, (as with salt) or toss them into a river to power your wish.
Grind and add to incense to burn on charcoal to bless your home and surroundings.
These herbs are for incense & magical use only.
Not to be taken Internally, For External use only.
Sold as curios only.Always use caution when burning magical powders, herbs, roots and barks, as they can burn your skin and cause fires. Burn magical powders, herbs, roots and barks in a ventilated area. Never leave magical powders, herbs, roots and barks burning unattended if you are going to sleep or have to go out. If you are pregnant,nursing or have small children please see your doctor before burning magical powders, herbs, roots and barks as some can by toxic to children.
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