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Easy Ways to Use Black Salt in Daily Life

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Salt itself is an excellent means of protection and purification. Black salt is most often used to expel unwanted energy and protect against it.

You can use it in different ways. Most often, it is sprinkled on the corners of the house, an unwanted thing, and is also used in spells and rituals.

Black salt is pretty easy (and fun) to make.

You can use:

  • coal
  • ashes (only, please, ashes from clean wood)
  • black pepper
  • black food coloring is also suitable if nothing else is on hand

Powder something that will turn your salt black. Once you’re happy with the consistency, add some salt (both plain and sea salt work great). The proportions are up to you, I prefer 1 in 1.

As you mix the salt and black powder, think of all the things you want to protect, how evil is leaving and positive energy is taking its place.

How can black salt be used:

  • keep it in a tight pouch under your pillow to ward off nightmares
  • add a pinch to the bath before you sink into it if you are dull and sad or after a hard day / rite
  • clean items in a bath with black salt
  • lightly sprinkle things that carry a negative memory or experience

Keep in mind that black salt perfectly absorbs negativity, and the best way to get rid of it is as follows: used salt should be buried in a place where people do not go, away from your home, or thrown into a live fire.

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April 19, 2023

Black salt sounds interesting…

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