Clean your body and mind recipe. The herbalists advice, before using witchcraft.
The „get rid of djinn“ recipe. If someone is touched by djinn, this recipe will help to get rid of the djinn.
Split a couple recipe. If you are interested in a person that is already in a relationship and want to split them up.
Khidra‘s love recipe. Khidra, the witch who is cursed, uses this recipe to bring back love into her marriage.
Wanna get married recipe. Latifa was surprised, when boys stopped proposing to her daughters. After using this ritual, her two oldest daughters got married.
Touria‘s little love refreshing recipe. While Touria, one of my relatives, had trouble in her marriage, a wise sorceress gave her these instruction to save it.
To harm someone. To use if you wish another person the worst.
Acceptance recipe.This recipe is very popular in the south of Morocco, where people use it to be accepted, by others or society in general.
The djinn are supernatural creatures, described in the Quran. It is written that Allah made them out of smokeless fire. The djinn can be believers or non-believers; they can be good or bad; they can possess a human body. In Morocco, djinn have a presence throughout stories passed down from generation to generation, and their existence goes even beyond the metaphysical plane. They can also be a convenient explanation for mental health issues, or an excuse for problems that are difficult to defend in the eyes of a judgmental society, including the reasons a young woman never married. The belief in djinn allows people to have faith that something spiritual, not Allah, can help fulfill their desires. Women can invoke the djinn to gain bit of power so often denied to them in Moroccan society. By using witchcraft they can instrumentalize the djinn. Magic is mostly used for love, to get married, to prevent a divorce, which can put women in a difficult situation in moroccan culture, or to make someone fell in love with. But there are also other sides – witchcraft can be also used to harm somebody and at the same time to create help in difficult situations through acceptance and access recipes.