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What do you always have in stock?


Apr 16, 2021
What kinds of items do you always try to keep on hand? Maybe with an explanation of why would help others understand your why.

For me its:
  • White 7 day, glass-encased candles / White 4" household candles / White 8 hr tealight candles
    • Useful for just about any kind of work. Altars, petitions, works for others.
    • For offerings
  • Florida Water - IMO, best cleansing item tool.
  • Nag Champa incense - IMO, best/accessible space cleansing incense.
  • Herbs - Quick access to basic attributes
    • Mugwort
    • Wormwood
    • Patchouli
    • 5 Finger Grass (Cinquefoil)
    • Bay
    • Basil
    • Rosemary
    • Black Pepper
    • Rue
    • Star Anise
    • Hyssop
  • Trees pieces - Various species
  • Cigars - for offerings, cleansing space
  • Rum - for offerings
  • Jars - For items I need to randomly collect or for work.
  • Notepads - Left in different areas of my house where ideas and communications usually happen. Plus a travel one.
  • Matches - No lighters used here outside of using a bbq lighter for lighting items on fire to cleanse. The flash of phosphorus helps bring attention to your purpose;)
  • Paper towels - Wiping down FL water, cleaning random spills, my hands, edges of jars after pouring liquids.


Sep 27, 2021
Frankincense and cedar incense sticks. Frankincense as the go to one for most occasions. Cedar was the first incense I ever bought and it's scent (even though it's assigned to Jupiter) still gets me in the right mood.

Also matches and not a lighter. In Dutch we call a match "Lucifer" because it brings light in the darkness.

Candles in most colors. I chop of chunks and make wicks with cotton thread (braiding it) and then melt and pour small candles when needed.