Suppressant Oil™

Suppressant Oil™

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30ml bottle

The "Suppressant" Oil is heavily spelled to:

Create a feeling of revulsion against unhealthy food cravings (please be warned that nausea may occur)

"Fires" and "speeds" up metabolism

Please note that these are handmade in small batches so the colour, intensity and fragrance might differ from what is pictured.

How to Use:

Ingredients: 100% olive oil, mica powders, and natural fragrance (to boost the elemental nature of the oil)

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Customer Reviews

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Trials
Haven’t felt the effect

Haven’t felt the effects so far

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Anonoymous
Helped stop my midnight snacking

----------------Background----------------

For all you skeptics: I’m an extremely left-brained, data-driven, scientist. I saw a news article about Bambi enlarging someone’s **** with magick and scoffed at the “absurdity”.

Something in my gut kept bringing me back to her shop, though. In the past, I was able to correctly predict that my family members were going to get into an accident, so I felt like my instinct should be trustworthy, though. The feeling to return to Bambi’s shop was so strong, I relented and finally bought a couple of luck and money oils to test.

I was *HIGHLY* doubtful of these oils. HIGHLY.

The day they arrived, I (again) scoffed at them and slapped some behind my ears, per the instructions online. I didn’t even set specific intensions or ask the oil for what I wanted, I just thought: “Let’s see if this brings me luck with my career and money”.

3 days later, something *HIGHLY* unlikely at work happened related to my career. I thought: “could be coincidence, could be magick. Let’s test.”

I bought some other stuff from Bambi and I don’t think things are coincidental anymore: I’ve seen real results (“Fiery Wall of Protection Oil” banished an untrustworthy coworker, “Suppression Oil” has actually really helped suppress my late-night snacking habits, all spellcast jewelry is BRIMMING with energy, I literally felt someone sticking an energetic hand into my forehead for the “Third Eye Surgery”, etc.).

I’m so glad I stumbled upon that news article because Bambi’s magick opened a whole world of not just magick, but spirituality that has made my life all the better, more peaceful, more fulfilling, and happier.

I promise you won’t regret buying her stuff. Bambi is a queen and I wish I could be her <3

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I have a lot of stomach and sleep problems, which cause me to eat a lot in the middle of the night in order to fall asleep. Using this has helped me avoid needing to do this.

If you don’t believe me, keep in mind: I’m a HUGE skeptic. This suppressant oil and beauty oil were the items I was most skeptical about because your hunger is very “science” based. Even though Bambi has proven herself to me time and time again, I’m still a little skeptical before I buy something new. I don’t think placebo affects me because my assumption is always that it isn’t going to work, until I actually see results.

----------------Tips I learned----------------
-Shake the product well before using. The mica powder should be combined with the oil, not at the bottom of the jar.
-A little goes a long way
-The shop told me to keep this out of sunlight and the oils do not need to be charged

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Anonymous
Really suppresses appetite

I would only like to say that this really really works. I use the oil with the body method and I am more determined to hang onto my intermittant fasting durations. Nausea happens but for me its when i binge or im going to binge. Use this if you need a little boost in determination for your diet!

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