Inside Van Van Oil

Inside Van Van Oil

The New Orleans All-Purpose Conjure Oil

Van Van oil is one of the classic purpose-blended oils alternately known as Hoodoo, Conjure, Mojo, Dressing, Anointing, Conditioning or Magical oils. These oils have purported properties to bless your intention, most of them are extremely specific, such as Court Case Oil, But Van Van is different. It’s the multi-tool of oils, good for a variety of uses. Even the name of Van Van has a unique history, and no, there is neither Vanilla nor Chevy in Van Van…

Van Van Oil by Lucky Mojo

Authentic Van Van Oil

The herb we call Vervain (Ver-VANE), is pronounced something like (vurh-VaHN) in French Creole, which then became Americanized to Van Van. Vervain is also known as Lemon Verbena. Although Vervain Essential Oil is sometimes listed as an ingredient, it is hard to come by and expensive, and Van Van is more often a blend of other oils, with Lemongrass listed as the main ingredient, and Vervain as a substitute or additional ingredient.

The signature scent of Van Van is clean and crisp, and comes from the variety of oriental grasses which make up the formula. Lemongrass is the central ingredient, a plant which brings great magical flexibility to the table. The other oriental grasses used to round out the Van Van formula have qualities similar to lemongrass, but broaden the scope in different directions, create depth to keep the formula grounded, and give the scent a deft touch. The result is a blend that is powerful without being overpowering, both energetically and to your senses, which is a tribute to how the formula was created.

Van Van oil originally appeared in New Orleans Louisiana, specifically in the West Bank district of Algiers, across the river from the French Quarter.  It was so widely used in the last century, that it was said you couldn’t turn a corner in Algiers without smelling the scent of Van Van.  A number of other oil recipes, such as the red Fast Luck oil come from Algiers, and for good reason.

Algiers – a Cultural Blend

Algiers is considered sacred by many Hoodoo rootworkers and New Orleans Voodoo practitioners. Thus, the recipes for oils and powders from the district are famous. Algiers is the second oldest area of New Orleans and became a place where various cultures and traditions mixed. [Read more…]

Lucky Mojo Oils at Eye of Horus

Lucky Mojo Oils at Eye of Horus

Lucky Mojo products come to Eye of Horus! Eye of Horus is thrilled to announce that we are now an authorized reseller of Lucky Mojo products.

Lucky Mojo Southern style conjure oils are made the old-fashioned way, with genuine hoodoo roots, herbs, and minerals. They are traditionally used to dress offertory candles, anoint the body, and sprinkle on amulets and mojo hands (medicine bags). The value of these oils lies in the metaphysical properties provided by the plants themselves and the practitioner crafted energy that goes into each batch.

Authentic Magical Oils


Botanical Ingredients

These hoodoo oils are more than just a generic oil with a fancy label.  If you look in the bottle you can even see the roots and herbs suspended in the oil.

The oils themselves are of the best quality, with the formulas meticulously researched and hand-crafted, containing the traditional herbs, roots and herbal essential oils used by root workers and magical folk for decades, and in some cases centuries.  Lucky Mojo even grows many of its own herbs.  You can’t get more authentic than that!

You will find dozens of Lucky Mojo oils for specific purposes on our site, including these classics:

Lucky Mojo OilLucky Mojo Oil is the flagship formula of the entire Lucky Mojo line of Spiritual Supplies.

Their good name — and their commitment to traditional hoodoo — is based upon this time-honoured title and the funky but charming early 20th century image of Mojo, the turbaned Nubian boy who brings good luck to all who apply to him.

Lucky Mojo oil is designed to attract good luck, good fortune,and good times. It is most often utilized as a part of magic spells to win at gambling.

John the Conquerer Root OIlAs an amulet, John the Conqueror Root has no equal. Also known as High John, It is used for Drawing Luck, gaining Mastery, and Strengthening Male Nature. The dressing oil is made from chips of the root, and includes chips of the root in the bottle.

John the Conqueror Root Oil is reported  to increase personal power and mastery, draw money, and restore nature. Contains genuine John the Conqueror Root. (This oil may be used to anoint  John the Conqueror Root , which we sell.)

Money Drawing OIlMoney Drawing Oil is perfect for business owners, investors, gamblers, and job employees — everyone could use more money!

For generations, a special herb and mineral blend called Money Drawing has been reputed to attract income, wealth, and riches. Of course, Lucky Mojo uses this most traditional formula. While we can’t guarantee results, we do promise that our Money Drawing formula is truly authentic in every way.

Anoint a green or gold candle with Money Drawing Oil, put a drop on seed money in your cash register, or even your wallet to set up the intention which calls for money to come fill it up!

These are just three of more than three dozen Lucky Mojo magical anointing and dressing oils we stock.  We are also happy to special order any of the Lucky Mojo products. Give us a call at 612-872-1292 and we’ll get it in for you!

Lucky Mojo Southern-style Conjure Oils

While we can not guarantee that Lucky Mojo magical ritual oils will draw money, luck, or love to you (so much depends on your focus and willingness to accept the gifts the universe gives), we can say with confidence that you will be amazed at the difference between these dressing oils and the phony hoodoo oils sold by the large companies.  Lucky Mojo anointing oils and conjure oils are the REAL THING, made the way they were made in your grandma’s day — using real botanical ingredients the way they SHOULD be made today.

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