How To Make Hoodoo Money Rice

How To Make Hoodoo Money Rice July 5, 2018

If you have never tried Hoodoo Money Rice you don’t know what you are missing. Hoodoo has always been full of interesting and creative spells, and lucky green money rice is one of the most popular. Practitioners use this rice for good luck, success, money drawing,and prosperity.  You can find this money rice online, but this is also simple and easy to make.

Hoodoo Money Rice Spell


1 cup jasmine rice

1 tsp. green food coloring

1 Tbs. Holy Water

3 Tbs. Cinnamon powder

1 Tbs. Iron filings

1 Tbs. Gold glitter

Shredded Bill (this can be $1 or $10 bill)

Glass Jar

Paper Towels

Combine rice, food coloring, and holy water in the glass jar. Shake well to combine and leave overnight outside, or on a windowsill where it can be charged by the moonlight. The next morning bring it inside and drain off any remaining liquid. Spread the rice out on the paper towels and leave it to dry. Once it is dry,  mix the rice with the cinnamon powder, Iron filings, gold glitter, and shredded money. Finally, mix well until all the elements are combined.


Making Magick With Your Hoodoo Money Rice

There are many different ways you can put this rice to work for you, here are a few to get you started.

  • Carry the rice in your pocket or wallet to attract more money
  • Sprinkle the rice in the corners of your home or place of business to bring prosperity
  • One old Hoodoo practice says to wear the rice in your shoes for 3 days, then sprinkle it on the floor, and sweep it out the front door to make money come into the house.
  • Place jar of this behind the front door to attract luck

Where do you put your lucky rice ? Your bed ? Your bra ? I’d love to hear your experiences in the comments below. And as always if you have enjoyed what you read here please remember to like, comment, and share !





About Lilith Dorsey
Lilith Dorsey M.A., hails from many magickal traditions, including Afro-Caribbean, Celtic, and Indigenous American spirituality. Their traditional education focused on Plant Science, Anthropology, and Film at the University of R.I, New York University, and the University of London, and their magickal training includes numerous initiations in Santeria also known as Lucumi, Haitian Vodoun, and New Orleans Voodoo. Lilith Dorsey is also a Voodoo Priestess and in that capacity has been doing successful magick since 1991 for patrons, is editor/publisher of Oshun-African Magickal Quarterly, filmmaker of the experimental documentary Bodies of Water :Voodoo Identity and Tranceformation,’ and choreographer/performer for jazz legend Dr. John’s “Night Tripper” Voodoo Show. They have long been committed to providing accurate and respectful information about the African Traditional Religions and are proud to be a published Black author of such titles as Voodoo and African Traditional Religion, 55 Ways to Connect to Goddess, The African-American Ritual Cookbook, Love Magic, the bestselling Orishas, Goddesses and Voodoo Queens and the award winning Water Magic. You can read more about the author here.

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