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Kosher salt is an additive-free coarse-grained salt. It's used by some Jews in the preparation of meat

The term "kosher salt" comes from its use in making meats kosher by removing surface blood, not from its being made in accordance with the guidelines for kosher foods as written in the Torah, as nearly all salt is kosher, including ordinary table salt.

Kosher salt is a good substitute for blessed salt

You may hear hoodoo practitioners say "Salt does what you tell it to"

Salt has been known for many thousands of years as a way to form a protection around buildings/house etc. Salt has always been used as a purification tool to keep a place safe from negativity.

Example Uses

Kosher salt, in combination with other herbs and curios, can be used for:

Finding a Job

Enemy Work

Protection spells

Baths

Floor Washes

Breaking Curses


Further Reading

Bath Spell to Remove Any Hex, Jinx or Witchcraft [1]