Dimensions: 2" Height x 4.5" Length x 2.25" Base
Used to burn loose incense on a charcoal disc, to make black salt (used in banishing rituals), for mixing herbs, or to burn petitions (paper with words of power or wishes written on them). Can also be used to prepare ingredients or substances by crushing and grinding them into a fine powder. Use it with loose herbs, spices, or other dry good
An offering bowl is a sacred tool used to present offerings to deities, spirits, or other energies during rituals, ceremonies, or personal practices. It is a symbolic container of abundance, gratitude, and reciprocity. During rituals, offerings are placed in the bowl as gifts to the divine or spirits as a way to establish a spiritual connection, show reverence, and express gratitude. These offerings can include herbs, flowers, crystals, water, wine, food, incense, or any other item that holds symbolic value. The specific offerings may vary depending on the purpose of the ritual and the deities or energies being honored. After the ritual or ceremony, the offerings can be left in nature or respectfully disposed of in an environmentally conscious manner. Some practitioners may also consume the food and drink offerings as a way of internalizing the energy of the ritual.
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