Gum Arabic a sacred wood for the ancient Hebrews. Moses used acacia wood in building the Ark of the Covenant and the sacred Tabernacle. used to form a protective, soothing coating over inflammations in the respiratory, alimentary, and urinary tracts. It is helpful for coughs, sore throat, and catarrh, eyewash, diarrhea, and dysentery. Sweetened, it is sometimes used for typhoid fever.
It is also used as the base for different types of incense used in ceremonial rites for different cultural reasons.
Used in magic:
Burn for altar offerings or purification; aids psychic powers, meditation, platonic love, psychic awareness; purification; inspiration; wisdom; visions; anointing; protection; prophetic dreams; spirituality; money.
A sprig place over the bed wards off evil.
Gum Arabic or Acacia, also known as gum hashab, is used in money spells. When employed in love spells, the result is said to be a platonic love.
Burn with sandalwood for incense to stimulate psychic powers.
Water soluble, gum arabic makes a good binder for other ingredients in incense recipes.
Sometimes to stick the parts of a spell togeather. Sometimes to erase or remove a thing.
It can be used for spirituality, purification, and it’s even possible to use as an alternative for solar matters (healing, protection, and success).
it was used by the arabs to cover their big noses =]
that’s why it’s called gum arabic not gum persian =]
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