Witch's Way Water Element Spell Candle

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Size: 15oz

Our original Water Element Ritual Candle.  This candle has a balanced fragrance with notes of sea salt, oceanic breeze, dark musk, and sandalwood. Let your subconscious dive into mystical waters and create magick.

 Made in our classic apothecary jar. Vessel holds up to 15oz of wax and burns up to 100 hours.

 Water Element

Zodiac signs: Cancer, Scorpio, Pisces

Rules 4th, 8th, & 12th Houses

Direction: West

Color: Blue

Tarot Suit: Cups

Sacral Chakra: Emotions, freedom of expression, sensitivity, fluidity, creativity, sexuality, flow

Spell candles come with instructions/guidelines on how to effectively and safely use your candle.

Wax used is soy wax made in the USA

All candles are individually cleansed before being packed

This candle is infused with essential oils including patchouli, eucalyptus, sweet orange, mandarin, cinnamon bark, clove leaf, clove bud, citronella, pine, grapefruit, mentha leaf, cumin, and wheatgerm.


Crystals Used:

Blue chalcedony: a nurturing stone that absorbs negativity and promotes emotional harmony, and it stimulates feelings of benevolence and generosity

Sodalite: works with the throat chakra, a helpful aid in fluid communication and increasing intuition

Aquamarine: a stone for calm energy. Helps build tolerance and aids in letting go of judgmental attitudes

Clear Quartz: enhances mental clarity and works as an amplifier for other crystal properties and intentions

Herbs Used:

Willow: used by Hecate and her priestesses in water magic, the willow muse named Heliconian is sacred to ancient poets

Cypress: commonly used in funeral pyres as a method of protection for the spirit of the deceased, also used as a symbol for beauty and regal bearing

Rose hips: popular for use in cleansing baths, instills feelings of self love and power

Anise: used in teas to enhance psychic abilities, brings luck and good fortune

Kelp: “mermaids hair”, while also being a major food source for many aquatic animals, it reminds us to go with the flow of our own ocean

Bladderwrack: called the Herb of the Sea, Sea Oak and Sea Spirit; a plant of protection that aids in safety near water

Kava Kava: a sacred tool with roots originating in the Pacific Islands, particularly Fiji; a unifying herb