I gather all my ingredients and infuse them with my intent taking care to be very focused and thorough. I then add the dry ingredients to an empty rinsed out glass bottle, then top with the oil and vinegar. Mix oil and vinegar carefully, or you will have a mess. When the bottle is full, I place the cap on and seal by dripping candle wax around where the cap meets the bottle. I then cover the wax sealed bottle with a piece of cloth and tie with a jut cord with a pentacle charm attached. Once finished, bury your bottle on the property you wish to bring protection to. You may hold a ritual or simply place the bottle in the ground with strong intent. Do as your intuition leads. It really is that simple.
This month I wanted to share with you how to make a witch bottle. Witch bottles are used for protection of the home or business location. Witch bottles are generally made and then buried on the property. I believe they are usually buried to be kept out of sight.
There are several different ways to make a witch bottle. I will be sharing with you how I make mine. The intent of a witch bottle is to trap negative energies and entities that seek to enter the home or business. Witch bottles are made with sharp objects such as nails, pins, pieces of jagged metal, or thorns, protection herbs, and a carrier oil, usually olive oil. You can also use vinegar in your witch bottle. In my witch bottles I use the following items: