Use in spells for attraction, reconciliation, soothing injured feelings, and damaged relationships. Anoint tools to be used in the service of spirit, celebrations in honor of Hades, ancestral rites, funerals, any ceremony related to the underworld, life cycles, death and rebirth. In Ukrainian folklore poplars symbolize beauty or loneliness of a woman in love.
It can also help treat minor wounds, burn, bites, and common skin complaints like psoriasis and eczema. Spray on skin to receive it’s healing benefits or use to cleanse, consecrate, and purify yourself and ritual space.
Balm of Gilead was a rare perfume used medicinally, that was mentioned in the Bible, and named for the region of Gilead, where it was produced. The expression stems from William Tyndale’s language in the King James Bible of 1611, and has come to signify a universal cure in figurative speech. The tree or shrub producing the balm is commonly identified as Commiphora gileadensis. Some botanical scholars have concluded that the actual source was a terebinth tree in the genus Pistacia. “The Balm of Gilead” was believed (metaphorically) to have healing and soothing powers. Now a days Poplar Balsam is commonly called Balm of Gilead, why? probably because of it’s healing properties but I am not sure.
Shake before use, 120 ml.
Ingredients: Poplar Buds Wild Crafted and Distilled by The Witch in Alberta, Canada. Do Not Drink!!