“Cursing and Hexing On A Budget” Disclaimer: Preaching the threefold law or curse shaming on this post will get you blocked so don’t bother doing so. Originally posted by psychobarbiedoll So recently, I’ve been having to budget myself because I’ve been planning to live on my own in the next year or two and I’ve noticed most ingredients used in curse and hexes are pretty expensive so it got me thinking, how can I curse and hex on a budget if I need to? Well luckily, not all cursing and hexing ingredients are expensive. Some are super easy to get a hold of in nature and in your local super market. Well luckily, not all cursing and hexing ingredients are expensive. Some are super easy to get a hold of in nature and in your local super market, like fruits, veggies, and herbs for example. Most use fruits, veggies, and herbs for blessings and overall positive spells you can also use them in curses and hexes, especially when they’re rotting or starting to rot. (However lemons, limes, and onions can be used in curses and hexes when fresh) From what I’ve seen in my practice (although not everyone’s practice is the same) a fresh produce’s properties seem to turn to the opposite of said properties when they start to rot. A good example I can think of is chamomile, I had fresh chamomile I planned on using for a luck spell and I forgot about it which eventually lead it to dying and rotting. I started having a little bad luck, like my laptop dying in the when I was adding the finishing touches of something I did in Photoshop and constantly dropping things on my foot until I got rid of the rotten chamomile; after that my luck returned. Chili powder is an excellent, cheap curse ingredient as well and is not very hard to find in your local supermarket, it’s almost always in the spices/cooking section. It can bring discord into one’s life if used in a curse. Another good curse and hex ingredient to get while on a budget is gutter water or street water and it’s completely free. It’s filthy, dirty, absolutely tainted by yucky stuff and negative energy which can be transferred into a curse you cast. Now, I would recommend if you decide to collect gutter water or street water you do so with gloves for it, again, is very dirty water. Lastly, and probably one of the most overlooked curse ingredients, is salt. While salt is widely used for cleansing it’s a dehydrator. Think about it, salt absorbs moisture so it’s absorption property could also take things out of the life of the curse’s or hex’s target. If I missed any or you have any suggestions on what you could use to curse on a budget please feel free to add on! However, as said in the disclaimer, preaching the threefold law or curse shaming will get you blocked. Advertisements Share this:TwitterFacebookGoogleLike this:Like Loading... Related Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google+ account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change ) w Cancel Connecting to %s Notify me of new comments via email.