Wildcrafted Oil of Acorn


“The strongest oak of the forest is not the one that is protected from the storm and hidden from the sun. It’s the one that stands in the open where it is compelled to struggle for existence against the winds and rains and the scorching sun.” ~ Napoleon Hill.

Known to symbolize sovereignty, rulership, power, strength & endurance, generosity & protection, justice & nobility, honesty & bravery, the mighty oak has many medicinal and magical properties. Oak is governed by Jupiter and that the oak is known to to help resist poison of both “venomous creatures” and those of herbs and plants.  Of all the trees in prehistoric times, the oak was the most widely venerated, as it was believed that the oak was the first tree created and that man sprang from it. It was sacred to Hebrews, Greeks dedicated it to Zeus, to the Romans the oak was the tree of Jupiter, and to the Teutonic tribes, it was the Tree of Life, sacred to Thor. It was the most sacred tree of the Celtic Druids, who collected rainwater from hollows in the trunk and branches to ritually cleanse themselves. Witches often danced beneath the Oak Tree for ritual, Druids would not meet for ritual if there was not an Oak tree present.

The fruit of the oak, acorns are revered for protection, warding off illness, bringing luck and abundance to ones life. Welcome enchantment with this 100% pure expeller pressed acorn oil from hand-collected wild acorns, naturally red colored oil from the southern Red Oak.

This oil can be added to handmade magical workings, added to bath water or kitchen witchery meals, and used ritually to anoint self and objects. Each bottle contains one wildcrafted acorn which can be placed upon a sacred altar or or carried in a pocket to bring luck & protection to it’s wearer.

15ml glass apothecary bottle

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