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Alum has also been applied to small cuts to prevent infection due its astringent qualities.

A pinch of alum powder is an excellent home remedy for aphthous stomatitis, commonly known as "canker sores," when applied to the affected area.

Adam and Eve flower is a species of orchid, which is also known as "putty root." The name "putty root" comes from the thick, gluey fluid which can be removed from the crushed roots.

This mucilaginous fluid was used by early American settlers to repair broken pottery. Adam and Eve Root is used by both men and women to draw a potential spouse to be a "help meet," by reciting Genesis , "And Adam gave names to all cattle, and to the fowl of the air, and to every beast of the field; but for Adam there was not found an help meet for him," and adding "Bring me one who is destined to be flesh of my flesh and bone of my bone." This root is often as an ingredient in mojo bags by women, usually wives, to cement their marriage relationship by reciting Genesis over the root: "Therefore shall a man leave his father and his mother, and shall cleave unto his wife: and they shall be one flesh." (I'm guessing it could make a useful protective charm for handling a mother-in-law who is over-possessive with her son.) Likewise, if a woman wishes to attract a wealthy man for prospects of marriage, she can tie Adam & Eve Root, Jezebel Root, orrisroot, dried rose buds, sweet flag, and catnip into a red flannel bag.

Such nodules are also known as "Obsidian Pearls" or "Obsidian Drops," but throughout the USA Southwest they are known as "Apache Tears." Not surprisingly, these nodules can be found in locations where Apache Indians lived, especially Arizona, Nevada, and New Mexico.

The San Carlos Apache Reservation in Arizona, USA, is a famous source of Apache Tears as is the area surrounding Apache Leap Mountain.

"Abramelin Oil," also known as "Oil of Abramelin," is a magical oil mixture written about by "Abraham the Jew" in the medieval grimore, Book of Abramelin.

Supposedly, the mixture known as "Abramelin Oil" is one form of the Jewish recipe for Holy Oil. Thus recipe #1 can be also be used to counteract evil influences or control from others.

(See Moses Oil.) In hoodoo folk magic, Abramelin Oil is used for simple consecration of talismans, candles, mojo bags, etc. Both olive and myrrh oils are sacred unto the LORD God. Recipe #2, containing galangal (aka Low John), is used in protective work, especially that involving court cases, contacting spirits during rituals or as an incense to sanctify the altar or magical tools.

Abramelin Oil may be used for anointing altar candles in spirit work--especially if Abramelin Incense is also burned.

She should dress the bag with a little Jezebel Oil.

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