Moody Moons Now Offering Wholesale

So excited to announce that the following handmade items will be available for wholesale!

Click on the photo to be taken to a full product description.  Prices in the listing are for individual sale.

Please message me for wholesale discounts on quantities of 10 or more at:

magicalmoodymoons@gmail.com

First up, Moody Moon’s brand new Rose & Cinnamon Cedar Smudge.

This cedar smudge wand was wildcrafted and hand-rolled with natural twine, rose buds, local Virginia Juniper and cinnamon sticks.

Virginia Juniper is traditionally used in native US tribes and is growing in popularity with the pagan, wiccan and witchcraft communities.

Juniper is more than sustainable—-it’s actually an invasive species in Northern Virginia, so harvesting it in the wild helps tame the tide.

This gorgeous smudge wand was handmade with love using rose, organic essential oils and wildcrafted juniper berries and evergreens.

Best of all, it smells amazing!

Smudge is approximately 8″ and rolled fat!

Ritual Black Salts

Made with authentic, 100% natural ingredients, black salt is sacred in the hoodoo and voodoo traditional.

This hand-ground black salt contains the fire ash of cedar and oak trees on the historic, notoriously haunted Manassas Battlefields.

Sustainably gathered under the dark moon and combined with natural sea salts.

Coarsely ground carbon chunks throughout. Beautiful stuff.

PLEASE DO NOT EAT BLACK SALT–This item is not for culinary use.

Jar is approximately 3″ x 1″ diameter.

Hekate Incense

Hand-blended incense crafted with natural spices, resins and 100% organic essential oils chosen for their sacredness to Hecate.

Warm and spicy, this gorgeous blend will fill your sacred space with the alluring scent of ancient divinity.

Often symbolized by her association with witchcraft, herbal mastery, ghostly spirits, and the threshold between worlds, Hekate (or “Hecate”) is a goddess of magic and otherworldly matters.

Hekate has been noted for her many cultural parallels, including the Egyptian goddess, Isis.

For many, she embodies the Triple Goddess aspect of Wicca.

Jar approximately 2.5″ x 2.5″

Mabon Incense

Both fragrant and beautiful, this spicy, exotic-smelling Mabon incense calls to mind the essence of the early autumn.

Burn during ritual or simply to fill your house with the scent of the fall festival season.

Jar is approximately 2″ x 2″

 

Harvest Smudge

This artisan quality, handmade smudge stick is rolled with herbs, resins, oils and barks sacred to the harvest festivals Lammas, Mabon & Samhain.

As the copper colors of the late summer and early Fall sun begin to cool, it is time to turn our attention to the splendors of the harvest season.

Include this gorgeous, detailed smudge stick in your harvest rituals this year to add a touch of elegance.

Lovely for use in autumn handfastings or baby showers as well. Smells amazing!

Bound with 100% natural twine.

This giant 13″ smudge stick is perfect for group rituals, outdoor rituals and even handfasting ceremonies.

Anointed with 100% organic essential oils chosen for their ritual potency.

Made of Eastern Red Cedar (sometimes called “Virginia Juniper”), this herb is still used in authentic Native American ceremonies today in tribes all over the north east.

The wood from Eastern Red Cedar was also used by native tribes to mark hunting territories and is the origin of the name Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

Store this in your closet—as an added bonus, it repels moths!


This huge, artisan quality, handmade floral smudge stick weaves local wildflowers with Eastern Red Cedar and 100% pure, organic essential oils.

A stunning addition to any handfasting ceremony, wiccan baby shower, Sabbat or spring/summer ritual.

About 12”.

Please note: Because this smudge is crafted locally, flowers vary according to season.

This item ships FREE.

More wholesale items will be offered soon!  As always, if you have a wholesale request, please message me or leave it in the comments.

Blessed Be!

 

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