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    Arabic Gum Powder 1oz (Acacia species): All-Purpose Binder and Magical Ally

    Arabic Gum Powder, also known as meska or acacia gum, is a natural exudate derived from Acacia trees native to Africa and the Middle East.

    Traditional Uses:

    • Culinary Workhorse: A versatile binder and thickening agent used in everything from candies and beverages to baked goods.
    • Artistic Applications: Binds pigments for watercolors and acts as an incense ingredient.

    Magical Lore:

    • Folk Names: Meska, Acacia Gum
    • Planet: Varied associations with the Sun (due to its golden color), Venus (for love and beauty), and Mercury (communication and mental pursuits).
    • Element: Air, due to its connection with communication and the mind.
    • Powers: Protection, prosperity, love, friendship, psychic development, spiritual growth.

    Quality & Convenience:

    • Pure Powder: Our 1oz package provides odorless, finely ground gum arabic for diverse uses.
    • Long-Shelf Life: Store in a cool, dark place in an airtight container to preserve freshness.

    Explore the many uses of Arabic Gum Powder! Add it to your cart today.

    Note: Information on the folklore and symbolism is for informational purposes only and should not be considered medical advice.