Get Your Witch On With Mojo Mamas

Stephs Cheers and Jeers was provided the samples mentioned in this post in return for an unbiased review.

I am SO excited to team up with Mojo Mamas! Mojo Mamas is owned by Angela Krout who is the recipient of the 2016 Pagan Pride Day Community Service Award. She is a writer, coach, small business owner, speaker and more! This woman is multi-talented and it’s a huge pleasure to work with her. Mojo Mamas is a store front in Independence, MO but you can also purchase items on their website or through their subscription box! The subscription box comes in two options the first is The Mamas Grand Conjure Box which is $40 a month and the second is The Supreme Grand Conjure Box for $100 a month.

I received The Supreme Grand Conjure Box to check out and when I opened it I felt like a kid in a candy shop!

I seriously didn’t even know where to start! This box was crammed full of tons of goodies, many I don’t have much experience with which was really awesome! I love discovering new items and this box was FULL of them.

Here is a breakdown of everything that was featured in the box.

Divination Tray, I have never seen one of these before but I love the concept! You simply place the Moqui Marbles(which are included) in the center on a flat, level surface, leave it overnight and the answer will be revealed in the morning!

It is well constructed and retails for $5

Moqui Marbles which are believed to be the most energetic stones on earth. Their major properties are cleansing, relaxation, and a boost during meditation and astral journeying. Each stone is said to have a distinct energy based on size and gender(the gender of the stones are linked to the motion of a pendulum when its held above the stones, male stones move in a linear direction while female move in a circular). Unlike crystals, these stones do not require special treatment or care such as energizing in the light of the full moon.

These stones retail for $25 for the set I received.

Palo Santo has very similar properties to sage and cedar. It’s great for keeping energies grounded and clear and creates a pleasant smoke that also keeps mosquitoes and other flying insects away. It is also believed that Palo Santo enhances creativity and brings good fortune.

The bundle I received retails for $4

Anil which is also known as Bluing Balls or Bluestone. They are known for being used for good luck in gambling or something used in conjunction with other lucky tokens to keep a winning streak going. They are also popular as spiritual cleaners in conjunction with things like Florida water or other washes to clear your house of negativity, curses and other negativity.

They retail for $2

Honey Calcite which is STUNNING! The picture does NOT do it justice! It is ideal for intuition and gentle amplification of spell work

It retails for $2

13 Herb Bath, you boil the herbs togeather in water, some people boil for 13 minutes but 30 minutes is better to ensure a potent infusion, you let the mixture cool and strain out the herbs. You are left with a potent herbal water that you simply add to your bath. It is tradition to take 13 herb baths for 13 days in order to remove strong curses or hexes. If you are trying to remove a little bag energy and need a simple cleansing one bath will do. Be sure to not add any other soaps or perfumes to the bath(shower before hand if you need to wash your hair and ect) If you don’t have access to a bathtub you can cleanse yourself with a washcloth or use it as a foot soak, just be sure to wet your head with the herbal water too!

retails for $3

Red Brick Dust which you line outside your door to keep unwanted guests and people who intend to harm away. This Red Brick Dust is sourced from bricks reclaimed after Hurricane Katrina.

retails for $3

Camphor Black has been used for many years for its therapeutic properties, there was an included recipe which uses peppercorns, Camphor, and vodka to create a mixture that is used on doorways and windows to keep out evil and ward off sickness.

retails for $3

1″ Lucky Hand Root is considered one of the most powerful ingredients that can be added to an African American Mojo bag. It is also sometimes called Salep, Saloop Root or “Five Finger Root” and it resembles a small hand. It’s typically carried by those who gamble.

Retails for $6

Shredded Money which is crosscut and shredded by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing. It is GREAT for spells for financial gain and has a few different uses! There was also an included spell to create a money-attracting bag.

Retails for $5

Job’s Tears which are also known as Coix Lacryma-Jobi which are pearly seeds of Asiatic Grass. It is a potent magical tool within hoodoo tradition that involves making a wish over the seven tears. It is also used in numbers of three and seven in mojo bags to attract luck, wishes, and money.

retails for $5

Saints Bracelet which features Saints that play an important role in the belief system of Hoodoo, Rootwork, and ect. It features pictures of Saints which are laminated and sealed with clear coat that resistants damage.

retails for $5

Earrings! These are SO beautiful!

retails for $5

Lodestones which are chunks of naturally magnetic iron ore. It’s prized for its drawing power and is a vital ingredient in African-American Hoodoo, single large stones are used to draw money or luck while smaller stones that are of gravel or grit sized are often carried in mojo bags to attract luck and love.

retails for $3

Amethyst which is one of my favorites! It’s also my birthstone! It is a calming stone which is great for emotional, spiritual and physical work to promote calm, balance and peace. It’s also beneficial for use when dealing with legal issues and money problems.

retails for $3

Skull Incense Burner which holds both cones and sticks.

retails for $5

LED Lantern, this is ADORABLE! Great for when candles can’t be used!

retails for $5

Small-Town Pagan’s Survival Guide! A great book and I can’t wait to sit down and read it!

retails for $16

India Temple Incense

retails for $2

Santa Muerte Leather Bound Journal

retails for $30

Snake Shed which is a major component of Goofer Dust.

retails for $3

The retail value of the box I received is $142 and I was very impressed with all of the contents. It featured a mixture of items from different spiritual paths and I love dabbling around with different items! I definitely think its worth the $100 a month and is unlike any other subscription box on the market.

Subscribe to Mojo Mamas today!

Mojo Mamas also currently has an Indiegogo site to raise money for The Grand Conjure Conference 2018.







  1. Angela M Krout says:

    I cannot begin to tell you how thrilled I am that you enjoyed your box so much. Talking with you is an absolute pleasure and I really do enjoy your blog. I’m sharing this with everybody!

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