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  • Camwood/Osun is not to be confused with the Yoruba deity Oshun.  Osun is typically red camwood although camwood can also be black. Camwood is known as African sandlewood which is a shrubbery hard wooded tree. It can be used for intiations to the different Orisha houses where the dye can be used in painting different sacred symbols.  Available in 2 sizes...

  • The ANU OBI Divination set provides you the opportunity to do your own divination for yourself including performing nine position divination and working with the IFA Odu.The OBI oracle is one of the most ancient, tried and proven tools of connecting with the divine messengers. Continue reading below for our tutorial video, and additional information and...

  • The bitter kola nut also known as Orogbo is a sacred nut whose origins stem from a seed born of a large tree in Nigeria and other regions of the world. This obi used in traditional west african divination sytems and also has various health benefits. Continue reading below for additional information. 

  • Bluing is used in the orisha and various spiritual tradition for its intense blue color. The blue of the dye symbolizes the depths of the ocean. It can also symbolize the calming and healing powers of the blue color. It is often used in Orisha Yemoja baths to bring healing someone of depression or sorrow. Bluing can also be used for scrying; a water...

  • Iyerosun is a powder used in the Yoruba ifa tradition mainly by Babalawos and Iyanifas in their divination practices to mark specific odus.  Iyerosun is made from natural elements, as most instruments or spiritual supplies are within ifa or the yoruba tradtion. It is termite dust from the Irosun tree, the Irosun tree is a special tree that is said to have...

  • Myrrh is a spice that is used primarily as incesnse. It is also used as medicine , to make perfume and to anoint the dead. Myrrh can be used to numb pain and it is a potent antifungal. It is used to clear the air, aide in divination and to regenerate the spirit.

  • Alligator Pepper also known as Mbongo spice or grains of paradise is a west african spice that can increase the power of your words used in ritual practices. 

  • Valerian root is an excellent herb to use in rituals and spiritual work. Use in healing rituals to remove guilt and negative self-talk and increase self-acceptance. This herb is also excellent for invoking animal spirits with an affinity towards cats. Continue reading below or click more for additional uses.

  • Palm Kernal Oil also known as Ekuro oil is derived from the kernal of the African oil palm which is most commonly found in West African countries. Palm kernal oil is yellow in color when solidified and turns into a dark black color when heated or liquified. It can be used for cooking, spiritual practices such as for rituals, and offerings to help smooth...

  • Palm oil is derived from the fruit of the oil palms, primarily the African Oil Palm. The smooth texture of palm oil is one of the key uses for palm oil in spiritual work. When offered to an energy or orisha that one is working with; it is offered to assist with smoothing the road ahead, or smoothing transitions so that the road ahead is void of obstacles.

  • African Black Soap- Ose Dudu Black soap is a staple in any Iya, Awo or aborisha's arsenal of ritual items. It is used commercially as a healthy and natural alternative to chemicalized soaps. It does not leave behind the normal residue of soap and it is made of 100% natural ingredients. Click "More" or continue reading below for additional benefits.

  • Shea butter also known as Ori in the West African Yoruba tradition is often used an offering to the spirits. The word shea comes from the Bambara people of Mali’s word for it “Si”. It is made from the fruit of the Shea tree located in West Africa. 

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