She’s a demon stalking her pray in forests camouflaged as a tree. She
waits for young lost men to wander in her territory and when she finds
any, she shifts into a beautiful, blind-eyed woman and lures her victims
to her nest where she obviously eats their souls. Because she has none
herself… because she’s ginger.
First of all, I love your blog. It's one of my favourite witchblrs! Secondly, do you have any advice about a witchy first aid kit of sorts? Like, stuff that's really useful to keep around :). Thank you!
Awww, thank you! (And I adore the word “witchblrs,” that’s just precious.)
I have a little witchy travel kit that lives in a cookie tin, and it’s kind of catered to my needs for on-the-go magics when I’m away from home. I’m hoping to upgrade to a small makeup case (as someone on here very wisely recommended) at some future date.
Here’s what’s in the tin:
Sticky notes and tape (for on-the-go spell packets)
Package of white birthday candles & lighter
Vial of Banishing Powder
Vial of Protection Powder
Vial of Persuasion Powder
Vial of All-Purpose Cursing Powder
Bottle of Dragon’s Blood Oil
Small cloth poppet
Bone needle & black and white threads
Takeaway packets of salt, pepper, and sugar
Plastic baglets of my go-to herbs: Sweet Basil, Green Sage, Rosemary, Bay Leaves, Lavender, Peppermint, Cayenne Pepper, Cinnamon, Ginger Root, Orange Peel, White Oak Bark, Angelica Root, Solomon’s Seal Root, Devil’s Shoestring, and Vervain
I sometimes throw in other things as I need them, and if I’m concerned about anything specific, I throw in my 3″ cauldron. And I always carry a sewing repair kit in my purse, so I have needles and scissors and other threads and such if I need them.
It sounds like a lot, but small amounts of things go a long way, and a bit of careful packing gets everything into the tin just fine.