Mahakali Oil + 7 Gomti Chakras

Rs. 1,999.00

Mahakali Oil

Mahakali Oil is prepared using many rare herbs and takes about 1 week to prepare a small batch of the oil.

The oil is named as Mahakali oil because once it has been prepared we charge it with thousands of mantras which have maa kali's energy which makes it stronger than any oil available.

Quantity - 30 ml
Comes in a glass dropper bottle.

Benefits Of Using Mahakali Oil :

• Helps in removing heavy negative energy and bad vibrations from house.
• Removes effects of paranormal, black magic or tantrik activities.
• Improves health issue, if related to bad and heavy energy of the place.
• Improves relationship among family members.

How To Use :

• Put few drops on a sambrani cup with some camphor & two cloves. Burn and smudge the entire premises.
• Put few drops on some camphor and two cloves and burn it in the house.
• Do any of the above exercise for 21 days regularly and then thrice in a week.
• You can also use to remove nazar dosh. Dip a cotton wick in the oil and rotate it anti clock wise 7 times upon the person suffering and burn it off.

Precautions :

This oil is not edible or for human consumption.
Do not use it on your skin or hair.

Gomti Chakra

Gomati Chakras are small, round stones with spiral lines on them, resembling the Sudarshan Chakra, a legendary weapon of Lord Vishnu. They are believed to bring good luck, prosperity, and protection to the person who possesses them. Additionally, they are often used in various rituals and ceremonies in Hindu traditions, including worshipping deities and performing certain remedies.

In astrology, Gomati Chakras are associated with the planet Mercury and are believed to have the power to nullify the malefic effects of Mercury in one's horoscope. As a result, they are sometimes worn as talismans or kept in homes or workplaces for protection and positive energy.

Due to their perceived spiritual significance, Gomati Chakras are often sought after by devotees and collectors alike. They are sometimes used in jewelry or kept in puja rooms (places of worship) as a symbol of divine blessings and spiritual energy.



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