Capricorn Blessing Salt

Is that Saturn in the knot of my pine table top?

If you make only one blessing salt a year, make it under the Full Capricorn Moon.

Salt falls under the rulership of Capricorn and its ruling planet, Saturn, making the Capricorn Moon an especially auspicious time for this project.

Blessing salt can  be used in two ways: 1) as a seasoned salt for cooking, and 2) as a magickally imbued salt for rituals, ceremonies, or spell work.

Included in this Post

  • How to Make Blessing Salt
  • Free Download: Blessing Salt Labels
  • Ingredients for Cooking Salt
    • Savory Herbs
    • Sweet Herbs
    • Essential Oils
  • Additional Ingredients for Magicakal Blessing Salt
    • Herbs
    • Essential Oils
  • Now That I Made It, What Do I Do with It?

How to Make Blessing Salt

Free Download: Blessing Salt Labels

Add the amount of salt you choose to a covered container and let it sit under the light of the Full Moon in Capricorn.  A mason jar works great.

You can add as many ingredients as you like or just stick to plain salt. I use pink salt because I like the flavor and the pretty color, but plain salt always works.

You can add your ingredients before you set your salt out or afterwards, whenever the mood strikes. Adding the ingredients before allows them to soak up all that Full Moon energy, but limits ways to use your salt. You can always make two batches, one for cooking and one for magickal purposes.

I’ve used fresh herbs without worry. The salt dries them nicely.

Download a page of 12 Blessing Salt labels. They fit Avery 4227 labels, or you can print, cut them out, and glue them to your lids.


Ingredients for cooking salt

Add as many as you like to your salt. These ingredients are safe to use for making a cooking salt.

Savory Herbs

  1. TIP: Use kitchen herbs to make herbal infused Moon Water.

    Bay leaf for prosperity

  2. Coriander relieves negativity
  3. Marjoram for money
  4. Onion for money, protection
  5. Rosemary to banish depression and negativity
  6. Saffron for strength
  7. Sage for prosperity
  8. Sesame seeds for money and employment
  9. Tarragon for career
  10. Thyme for long-term prosperity

Sweet Herbs

  1. Allspice for money
  2. Anise to allay fears of aging
  3. Cinnamon for success
  4. Ginger for success, money
  5. Lavender for a mind at peace
  6. Mint for money

Additional Ingredients for Magickal Blessing Salt

These ingredients are not for cooking. NEVER use essential oils internally and always dilute them properly.

My special blend for Capricorn

Herbs

  • Alfalfa for prosperity
  • Pine Bark Chips or bits of Pine Cones for strength, to lessen depression
  • Sandalwood banishes negativity
  • Patchouli for grounding
  • Yarrow to banish negativity

Essential Oils

Add several drops of one essential oil or create a blend

  • Patchouli for grounding
  • Pine for strength, to lessen depression
  • Sweet orange to lift the spirit
  • Melissa to lessen grief
  • Vetivert for prosperity
  • Myrrh to calm fears
  • Rose to lift despair

You can also add charms, like the Capricorn charm in the bowl here.

These are the herbs I picked for my Capricorn Blessing Salt. I’m going to use this one for cooking, so I went with the savory herbs: bay, sage, marjoram, thyme, tarragon, and rosemary. (OMG, this smells soooo good.) I’ll tie a ribbon with the little charm dangling from it around my jar and top it with a Blessing Salt label when I put it all together.


Now that I made it, what do i do with it?

Depending on your ingredients, your Blessing Salt can be used for many purposes. Cooking salt can be used to season meats, sprinkled on your breakfast eggs, or used from a shaker at the table like any other seasoned salt. If your herbs are large, grind them with the salt using a regular coffee grinder or use a mortar and pestle and then add them.

For Capricorn Blessing Salt, hold positive thoughts about your finances, career, issues with the blues or depression. Ask for the good things to come and the bad to leave.

Magickal Capricorn Blessing Salt can be sprinkled around your property, in the four corners of your home or sacred space for protection, or placed on your reading table or altar. Carry a little with you when for positive reinforcement when you are away from home.

 

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