- a container or bottle (I used a spray bottle)
- teaspoon of garlic powder or a clove of raw garlic*
- 4 dried bay leaves
- teaspoon of salt
- 5 – 10 small chips of obsidian**
- a full moon
Crush up the bay leaves and put them in the container. Add in the garlic, salt, and obsidian chips. Fill with water to what ever amount you’d like. Set out in the light of the full moon. Be sure you bring it in before sunrise.
Note: You could also do this same recipe and leave it out in the sun to add the element of fire and make it a little more volatile. I was going for a peaceful vibe so I did moon light.
*Cooking habit. Eyeballed about a teaspoon. Measurements don’t matter unless you want them to.
**Obsidian is a 5-6 on the Moh’s Scale so it might be effected by the salt water but I used chips because I don’t intend to use those stones again.