Fly at Night Ointment

Fly at Night Ointment

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Coconut oil, Organic beeswax, Mandragora Officinarum, Atropa Belladonna, Artemesia Absinthium, Hyoscyamus Niger, Datura Stramonium,, Salvia Divinorum, Cannabis Hemp.

Directions, Uses, Warnings:


The witches of old were aware that many of the herbs needed for night flight could not be ingested by drinking or eating, as they are toxic, but were safer and easier to use topically. Most flying ointment recipes include plants from the Solanaceae family, such as belladonna, datura, henbane, and mandrake. The chemical compounds within the Solanaceae family can cause heart problems or even heart failure among other issues when ingested. Using them externally they are much less dangerous, however careful dosage is still needed to avoid things like permanent blindness and death. There is a firm line to be drawn between safety and potency. My training as a chef has given me a great advantage in analyzing and testing recipes be they edible or not, and after much research and testing of batches, I have created one that is designed to build your dose slowly, yet is strong enough not to piss people off.

*****If you do not enjoy or are familiar with feelings ranging from mild sedation to intoxication similar to alcohol or cannabis, this is not for you***

The effect of a flying ointment will vary from person to person but the effect is mildly sedative and yet stimulating.
Similar to alcohol, it’s effects vary with individual tolerance as well as body weight. I highly recommend testing a small amount before use, to gauge personal effects and tolerance. 
Have a friend sit with you incase of any allergic reaction. 
Start with a pea sized amount, applied to the inside of elbows. Effects begin within 5-10 minutes. Allow for the dose to settle for 30 minutes before applying a second pea sized dose if desired. The effects generally last from 1-4 hours. Ointment may be applied to the back of knees, and soles of feet as well. Make sure to wash hands after applying. I prefer to use the ointment alone but it can be combined with alcohol, again effects vary on personal tolerance and I recommend testing small before using in combination with any other substances.

What to expect
Common feelings after using a flying ointment, you may feel flushed, slightly intoxicated, dizzy and euphoric. After the initial effects and in a ritual setting you can expect all experiences to be heightened and more vivid. This experience can be enhanced with incense, music, drumming, and ritual settings.


Do not use fly at night ointment if you have heart, liver or kidney problems. Do not use any ointment containing atropa belladonna if you are allergic to morphine or opiates or you can have a very serious allergic reaction and need to go to the emergency room. Do not mix with heavy medication. Do not use while pregnant or breastfeeding. Do not touch your eyes, nose, or mouth after using the ointment. Be sure to wash hands after use. 
Keep away from children and pets. Do not drive or operate machinery while under the effects of a flying ointment.

If you experience any adverse reaction to a flying ointment you should seek medical attention immediately.
****To reduce effects of the ointment, wash the application areas with warm soapy water and drink plenty of water.