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Monday, May 3, 2010

Black salt

Domestic witch and I were mulling over some idead on how to make black salt we came up with these few.....Scrapings from a cast iron skillet, Food coloring, or coal that we gather when we are in Kentucky ( I just read coal is good for prosperity so that is an added bonus.) Earlier today i thought of a few more options. Lamp Black ( it is the black powdery stuff that satains your glass candle containers when burning candles). I figure that mixed with salt, or buying black chalk whih is also used for protection spells and mixing it with the salt. All I have to say is this... I am going to be making some hoodoo and hard to find spell componants and I am gonna have a giveaway soon!! So keep your eye out for my blog.

5 comments:

Dirgesinger said...

Great ideas!
Do You have some ideas too for making edible black salt? :D

inamongtheheather said...

OOooh, giveaways are fun :D

Raven_Nightwind said...

I would use food coloring, for edible black salt.

SpiritPhoenix said...

what about lampblack from a cast iron skillet?

Raven_Nightwind said...

I would say that falls under cast iron scrapings so ....yup