This video shows us how to turn nutmeg into a good luck charm. Originally, this was accomplished by using the element mercury, also known as quicksilver. This is no longer recommended because mercury is poisonous. A good alternative is ground silver dust which is often used on vigil candles for the saints. If you can't find silver dust, then ground silver glitter will work as well. The second ingredient you will need is lodestone oil which, in this case, is one part jojoba oil and one part sweet almond oil. Next you will need to carve out the nutmeg. Look for the natural indentation in the seed then take a nail a little bigger than the indentation and start to dig until you feel the nail push through to the cavity of the nutmeg. Next, you will need to mix the silver dust and lodestone oil. It is recommended that you make about a tablespoon. Always stir in a clockwise motion as you want the luck to be with you in the future. Next, take a syringe or eyedropper and fill it with the mixture. Then you use the syringe to fill the cavity of the nutmeg completely. Finally, you can use hot wax from a burning candle to seal the opening in the nutmeg. Make sure to carry the charmed nutmeg wherever you go and luck will follow you.
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