Essential Oils

Natural Magick Shop uses and extensive array of essential oils. Essential oils are distilled from plants, woods, flowers, resins,etc., so they are naturally-derived products. Fragrance oils or perfume oils are synthetic products from a laboratory, and are man made products. If you want these, you will find them clearly distinguished as fragrance oils on my Perfumes page.

I get my essential oils from highly trusted suppliers who buy their stock on the international market. I don't always buy the absolute highest quality essential oils, but I do when it really matters! For blending into my Spirit Guide oils, Deity oils, and Magick oils, I try to stike the optimum balance between value and quality. If you are making your own potions, these are as high quality as you need to get a good value and product. I have hundreds of essential oils, so if you don't see what you are after in this section, ask and I probably have it, and I will quote you a price to buy from my Special Orders shopping cart. If I don't have it or you want bulk quantities, I can probably get it for you within a week or two.

$12   1/8 oz. vial
$20   1/4 oz. vial

Myrrh essential oil

This Myrrh essential oil is a high-quality mid-grade product. It has a deep, mellow Myrrh smell and blends very well. If you buy a bottle of this and let it age for six months to a year, it would improve to a high-quality product, because this essential oil improves with age.

Myrrh is very much used in magick for cleansing, blessing, protection, spiritual elevation and tranquility. Myrrh is a base note an fixative in many aromatherapy, magickal, and perfume blends.

The below correspondences are vis Cunningham, Encyclopedia of Magical Herbs in plain text, C.L. Zalewski, Herbs in Magic and Alchemy in brackets, or my own interpretations in parenthesis.

Gender: [](Feminine)

Element: Water[ ](Water)

Planet: Moon[]

Zodiac: [](Cancer, Capricorn)

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