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Potions Brews & Oils


Potions Brews & Oils

A group for any and all that love to make their own concoctions in a pot, or cauldron ;). Focusing on topics about magickal brews, ointments, oils, teas, or potions that can be used to heal, protect, conjure, invoke, banish, etc.

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Comment by Skooky Artist on October 25, 2013 at 15:16

I use a plain old cast Iron Dutch Oven for my cauldron when I have the need for one. I found that it works just as well as any "cauldron" you might buy. Generally cheaper and comes with a lid and available in multiple sizes depending on your needs. Can sometimes be found at thrift stores for decent prices to. I've never seen a cauldron with a lid before. I have a copper pot that I occasionally use as well. 

Like Ellie said. beware of cheap not cast iron ones.

Comment by Ms. Witch(Sara) on October 16, 2013 at 20:36

That's what I was worried about! Thanks so much!

Comment by Ellie Heff on October 16, 2013 at 18:38

Hi Sara, I would say it depends on the quality/type of a cauldron. They are not all made equal :) . Most of those I doubt are even cast iron-- but any metal should be okay for burning incense or holding liquids -- however many of these non-cast iron ones are coated in a layer of black paint to look more like cast iron.. and I probably wouldn't burn or boil in them because that stuff will also burn into your mix and peel away, and we wouldn't want that. 

Comment by Ms. Witch(Sara) on October 16, 2013 at 11:47

This might be a dumb question but can you use those cauldrons you see at new age shops on the range?


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