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La Madama Oil, A BWS Exclusive Original Formula


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This listing is for one .50 ounce of my own unique blend of La Madama Oil. I use quality ingredients that are loaded with goodness and power, just like La Madama. This formula is dual purpose. Not only is it charged with healing and protective herbs, but it also contains fine southern honey whiskey, southern blend tobacco, rich black silk coffee, and dark brown sugar, so it is an excellent offering oil to La Madama. I have used a carefully selected blend of powerful herbs, here are just a few and their properties:

Angelica: Highly protective. Good for keeping evil away, for blessing ad banishing, and hex removal. Also known as Master Root, it gets things done and makes it happen.

Mustard Seed: for protection and keeping trouble away. Courage, faith, endurance. Guards against injury. For luck and success.

Rosemary: Binds things (or people) together in a loving, gentle manner. Also used for purification and protection. Carried or used in poppets for good health.

Violet: for truth. Guards against deception and creates an atmosphere for truth and honesty. Draws prophetic dreams and vision, promotes peace and tranquility. Provides protection from all evil.

Plus I have also added a good measure of herbs for healing, protection, divination, and hex removal. This is also a good formula to enhance business and get paid timely.

This oil can be used to anoint candles, poppets, petitions, statues or dolls of La Madama, offerings to her, your home, or one's self, or your business.

La Madama is a popular spirit in Espiritismo (Spiritism), and she is one of my personal favorites. She gets things done, and is full of kindness and blessings. La Madama represents the Female Force and wisdom within a family unit. The matriarch who runs the household. She provides love, luck, and protection for the home. She also brings business and timely payment for services.

Historically, las Madamas (also referred to sometimes as Las Negras, or Mammys (Mamei, Mama Mei, or Mai)), are the eldest and wisest of the Masters slaves, the house slave servant who is responsible for the caring and well being of a master's family,and they were loved and respected by the family. The Madamas were healers and midwives and had a vast knowledge of herbalism and home remedies, as well as fortune telling.

Also, during the days of slavery, cloth dolls were made for slave children who could not afford china dolls like white children. Not only was this doll very precious because cloth was hard to come by for slaves, especially to spare enough to make a doll with, but also because La Madama's spirit was contained within these dolls. It is sad but true that during those times, children were separated from their mothers because of slavery, and the child cherished their madama doll that represented their mother. They would hide it away so it would not be stolen or destroyed. In times of need, the child could be comforted by the doll, knowing it was connected to their real mother's spirit.

La Madama is often depicted wearing orange or red and white. She usually holds a broom of lavender stalks or straw for cleansing and peace and sweeping away negative energy. In her apron she carries chalk for drawing out her secret symbols and a deck of playing cards for performing readings. She may also hold a copper knife in her hand for pinning down her work, for protection, and for cutting herbs. She may also carry a basket for collecting healing herbs or for receiving payment for services. She also wears a wooden cross around her neck. Tradition says that the African saves could not afford the expensive imported European beaded rosaries, so they made their own out of wood and rope.

Traditionally, La Madama is believed to be the elevated spirits of old house slaves, the spirits of ld Conjure Women who now aid the living with their issues and problems. They give advice on all areas of life and are fiercely protective of those they like. La Madama speaks bluntly and will tell you what you need to hear, even if it's not what you want to hear.

To work with La Madama, set up a shrine with a white, orange, or red cloth and place a doll or statue of her on top. Before the statue place a glass of cold water, a vigil candle, and one or more of her favorite offerings. Offerings to La Madama include: a deck of cards, strong spirits, tobacco, brown sugar, molasses, cooked rice, home cooked meals, black coffee, healing herbs, and flowers. If you ask her for a favor, it would be nice to bring her 9 colored silks as payment for her work.

Here are some traditional prayers to La Madama:

Oh holy spirit of La Madama, I implore your sublime influences, for my protection. By the Virtues that the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost have placed in you, I ask you to help and guide me. Oh Grand Spirit of La Madama, give me courage! Use your divine wisdom, and your divine influences, so that no man or woman under the eyes of God may harm me. I ask this with pure respect, pure faith, pure hope, and pure charity. Amen.


Oh Madama, I humbly invoke your sublime holy spirit. Lady of waters, I invoke you by your name. I invoke you as my fortress of protection and by the virtues bestowed upon you by God, intercede on my behalf. Liberate me from all that is evil, and bring only righteousness and goodness on my path. May the light of God illuminate my home and all that I hold sacred. Oh Madama, liberate me from tormented souls, and may those who wish me ill repent and come asking for forgiveness from the offense they may have done against me. May the pathway be clear and smooth. May your Ascended Spirit guide me and may all evil be banished from my life. Amen.


O Holy Spirit of La Madama, I humbly pray, give me your sublime influence for protection, guidance, and help. In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost, I ask you to help and guide me. O Grand Spirit of La Madama, give me courage and strength. Use your divine wisdom and power of intercession so that no man or woman, spell or curse, hex or charm, root, stone, or bone, under the eyes of God may harm me (or name of person you are praying for). I ask this with full respect, pure faith and trust. In God my creator and Redeemer. In the name of Him, before who's Glory Angels shield their faces. Amen
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