Court Case Oil is for use in any spell work you are doing to deal with court matters. You can dress candles (usually brown) with it, as well as petition papers and mojo bags.
There are many ways to approach court spells. Some of them will appeal to you and others won’t, go with what makes sense to you.
Many folks like to make honey jars for the judge and if you did that, you could use this oil dress your candles and burn them atop the jar. You would not use the typical, romantic colors of red and pink that are associated with honey jars. Nor would you use oils like Come To Me or Follow Me Boy or Stay With Me.
The easiest way to use this is to dab a bit on your finger and make an equal-armed cross (+) over your heart. Then say an appropriate prayer to your preferred God, Goddess, Familiar Spirit, your ancestors or whoever you enlist for aid.
Hoodoo workers usually recite Psalms, traditionally Psalm 7, 31, 32, 35 or 37.
Another useful Hoodoo trick for court case workings is to use Low John Root, aka Galangal. You put a pinch of it in your mouth and chew it discreetly in the courtroom. Don’t swallow it but the traditional method is to spit it out on the floor of the courtroom. Obviously, this could backfire, if it’s not done with the greatest secrecy. I won’t advise you to do it but I will say that I’ve done it, myself and to good effect. I don’t see it as a disrespect to the courtroom or the judge, personally. Rather, it’s a type of reversal spell against whatever charges have been laid against you. Or, if you are the accuser, then it’s spitting back the bad luck to the person who brought trouble on to you. However, if you’re skittish about the spitting, Low John Root can just as easily be carried in a mojo bag!
Certain essential oils irritate some people’s skin. Try a tiny amount first.
For external use only. Do not ingest. Sold as a curio only.
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