Blog Posts — Conjure Oil Basics

"Made Fresh" vs. "Cured for Maximum Potency"

Conjure Oil Basics

"Made Fresh" vs. "Cured for Maximum Potency"

Most Twichery Oils are made fresh when you order them. Other oils, however, we call "cured," meaning that we make them in advance so all their elements have plenty of time to synthesize into one singular essence, otherwise they will not be ready when they arrive to you. We "cure" oils when that's THE right way to do it, as some oils need WEEKS to undergo that process correctly. Based on the combinations of some herbs and their needs, it is ONLY the curing process that makes them effective in your spells.  You will know whether an oil is made fresh...

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How to Consecrate Your Oil: 5 Simple Steps

Conjure Oil Basics

How to Consecrate Your Oil: 5 Simple Steps

If you haven't consecrated an oil before, have no fear; you already possess the most essential elements: Desire and sincerity. In this post find the five basic steps I use every time and an example of what a simple consecration prayer might look like.

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What to Do When an Oil "Doesn't Work"

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What to Do When an Oil "Doesn't Work"

If you've tried using conjure oils before but it "just hasn't worked," here's a quick tip that might make all the difference.

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Consecrating and Charging Oils in Moonlight: How, Why, Who, and When

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Consecrating and Charging Oils in Moonlight: How, Why, Who, and When

If you're at all familiar with consecrating and charging magickal tools and have done it yourself, you may wonder why we would even offer the services of consecrating and charging oils in your behalf before they come to you. So here are a few answers about that.

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What Does "Sold Only As Curio" Mean?

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What Does "Sold Only As Curio" Mean?

The word "curio" is a shortening of the word "curiosity." When you see a product that is said to be a "curio," that means it is an object of interest. So why do formulators of magickal oils and powders use the phrase, "Sold only as curio?" And how does the label of "curio" not downplay the magickal purpose of the object? Or deny it altogether?

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