Traditionally used as an herbal component in a potent ritual used for cursing ones enemies, Jezebel root is also well known for its ability to aid and empower spells attracting wealth and business. In times past, it was also used by prostitutes to attract and control men, and modern woman have been known to borrow from this traditional power to attract a wealthy man into their life. Jezebel root is perhaps most commonly known to Hoodoo and other pagan and occult tradition. Reportedly related to the Iris flower, it has on occasion been confused with Queen Elizabeth Root, which is also of the same family. In the oldest practices in which it is known, Jezebel Root is famed for its part in a curse, known commonly as The Curse of Jezebel, which is performed with an elaborate ritual and is used to cause distress in the life of one's enemy. It is also well known in older lore as a root of particular boon to prostitutes. For them it was held that the root possessed magical properties that would aid greatly in attracting wealthy customers.
Today, Jezebel root is primarily utilized in Hoodoo and other traditions, where still lays claim to its role in the famed Curse of Jezebel. Its other uses have expanded into people of other vocations however, particularly among those who rely upon tips from men to supplement their income, particularly among waitresses, hair dressers, and other such vocations.
This root has been soaked and prepped for 6 months in Hoyts Cologne and Rum.