Queen Esther Oil is used for the seduction of high status men or to produce a glamour to make a woman’s status appear to be higher. I like to call it “princess oil” because it makes you smell and feel like natural royalty.
- a handful of dried myrtle harvested during its fruiting season, leaves and fruit
- a heaping tablespoon spikenard/jatamansi powder or the equivalent in bulk root
- a heaping teaspoon cilantro (leaf)
- a handful of red or pink rose petals
- a handful of dried jasmine flowers
- a handful of hibiscus petals
- a tablespoon of chopped pomegranate flowers
- a teaspoon of hyssop/zaatar
- a good two-fingers pinch of saffron
- a tablespoon of myrrh powder
- a teaspoon of frankincense powder
- about half a cube of amber solid perfume, ground up into powder
- a small dollop of honey
Mindfully add the ingredients to a half liter jar, and then pour sweet almond oil over all to fill it. Let it infuse for 3 months, wrapped in a fine purple scarf.
- 5 drops myrtle oil
- 5 drops spikenard oil
- 10 drops of rose oil
- 10 drops of jasmine oil
- 3 drops myrrh oil
- 3 drops frankincense oil
- 3 drops saffron oil
- 1 drop hyssop oil
- the “crown” of a pomegranate
- a drop of honey
Add these to a 10 ml vial, and fill the rest of the way with sweet almond oil.
Some prefer to use olive oil as the carrier, and you can, but this gives it more of a devotional vibration than seductive.
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