To find strength and courage in the face of adversity.
Saint George was a Christian and lived in Palestine in the 3rd century. His adventure with the dragon remains famous. A high-ranking soldier, Georges was a courageous and fearless warrior. There existed in a country where he campaigned a dragon, a terrible beast which terrified the inhabitants of this country, killing all the travelers who dared to venture on the roads. The notables of the country decided to offer young girls as a sacrifice to appease the wrath of the monster. Saint George having heard of these ungodly offerings, fought the dragon and killed him. But despite his notoriety, he had to hide like many others to avoid persecution, because all those who refused the cult of the emperor were put to death. The Orientals are masters in matters of torture and for the name of "great martyr ”was given to him, indeed his martyrdom had to be spectacular. To such an extent that, martyred in Lydda in 303, very shortly after, religious peace returned, many churches were erected in the East, Italy, Gaul, Germany, England ... to perpetuate his name. 'fear no more… neither the dragon, nor the invisible ones or the spells. Find strength and courage in the face of adversity!
Example of use: To be burned on hot charcoal for 9 days by lighting a sand candle every day in front of the representation of the saint and by positively formulating his wish.
Dyes and perfumes: 100% natural pigments and 100% natural essential oils.
Box of 50 grams, certified by a priest.