We’re gonna talk about one of my favorite subjects today. Money! And of course Money Drawing Oil, Incense and everything in between.
I think it’s safe to say that most people reading this could use a little more money, at least here and there. Having some tools in the tool box to draw a little extra from time to time is generally pretty useful.
So let’s take a look at what you can do to start getting you’re money drawing kit together.
Money Drawing Oil Recipes
Recipes for Money Drawing are incredibly variable, but there are a few standard base ingredients that come up again and again. Pretty much any formula you purchase or some across is going to contain at least one of these herbs. Most will contain more than one.
Herbs and Roots For Money
- Bayberry – the most common herb (especially among witches) for money drawing is hands down bayberry.
- Mint – this is great to have in a money drawing oil as it will help break money jinxes, protect your money and assist with your intuition.
- Cinnamon – another ubiquitous money drawing plant, cinnamon chips are used for drawing money especially in business and through gambling.
Putting these three herbs together will give you a solid all around strong money drawing formula.
Other Herbs, Roots & Curios
There’s a ton of things that can be used for money drawing, I’ll compile a short list below:
- Alfalfa – keeps the skids away and is fortunate for money drawing in business and gambling. Good for loans as well.
- Allspice – the berries are added to mojo bags and oils to help in financial matters through business and gambling. Good for stress reduction as well which is always a good idea in a money work.
- Buckeye – these are you see whole as a pocket piece that you anoint with your money drawing Oil. Good for job getting as well as gambling when filled with mercury like the nutmeg charm.
- Chamomile – takes off money jinxes, can make a lover more generous with their cash and is used as a hand was before card games.
- Five-Finger Grass – used especially in recipes for gambling. Good for dice and card games.
- High John The Conqueror – there is so much this Root can do that it’s hard to just pick one. Do thorough research on this one. It’s the root that’s always in my pocket. Love, money, personal power.
- Irish Moss – I’ve used this in spells for business prosperity to good effect. It’s sometimes laid in the 4 corners of a room where business is transacted to draw customers.
- Lodestone – it’s magnetic. It draws… use it.
- Lucky Hand Root – salap root is carried or placed in oils and is good for gambling luck as the Root itself looks like a small hand.
- Nutmeg – one of the more famous gambling charms is to take a whole nutmeg, hollow it out and fill the hole with liquid mercury. Close the hole with wax. If it breaks you’ll go nut as a bonus! The powder or broken up pieces of a whole nutmeg can be used in a bag or oil for gambling luck.
- Patchouli – Patchouli is used a fair amount and is good to add to money drawing recipes for increased drawing power, protection and jinx breaking.
- Pine – pine is good For cleansing blockages and also will keep a steady stream of money coming in. My first money oil was made with bayberry cinnamon and pine. Worked great!
- Pyrite – this is fools gold. I pretty much use it in all success and money works since it looks like gold.
- Silver Dimes – silver dimes have a long use in magic as a form of payment to spirits, but they also find their use in money drawing. They are highly useful in gambling charms and I like to keep one in my master money drawing bottle.
- Solomon’s Seal Root – not typically thought of as a money drawing herb, Solomon’s seal can be added to help you make wise decisions leading to greater wealth.
- Thyme – thyme is used in three jacks and a king oil for gambling luck. It’s also used in some other oils as well. It helps grow your money.
- Wintergreen – we saw wintergreen in my Fast Luck Oil post so I’ll refer you there.
There’s nothing comprehensive about the above list. There’s a shitload of stuff that can be used for money drawing. The idea here is to spell out your needs with the herbs and curios you make use of in your recipe.
Making Your Own Money Drawing Oil
If you’re just starting out and you have the means, I’d start with the recipe above with bayberry, cinnamon, mint oils. Mix them in equal parts and you’ll be good to go. You can then add herbs to the bottle based on your need.
Usually you’ll find a lodestone Chips and some pyrite in a money drawing so I always add those. Chamomile is a pretty usual addition for me as well. Allspice is another go to.
Just spend sometime experimenting to see what you like and you’ll eventually hit on a formula that feels good. Generally I like to keep my oils as simple as possible, but sometimes (usually with a money drawing oil) they can get a little complicated.