This can be used to eliminate bad spirit - opinion
By It'sReal | self meida writer
Published 9 days ago - 637 views
Jeyes Fluid is a brand of disinfectant fluid for external use only. The product was patented by John Jeyes in 1877, and granted a Royal Warrant to the British Royal Family in 1896, While no longer used for this purpose, Jeyes Fluid has been used in historical medical treatments.
This product is used by many for different reasons, however the most common yet not known fact is that it can be used to eliminate bad spirits and bad luck.
For that reason many people bath with Jeyes fluid and also spray their surroundings with Jeyes fluid to prevent any bad spirits.
Most people do believe it works for the elimination of bad luck/bad spirits. Afterall whatever you tend to believe becomes your reality.
Let's hear from you, have you ever used Jeyes Fluid to eliminate or prevent bad things from happening in your life? If yes, did it work?
If you have not tried using Jeyes Fluid for such purposes, why haven't you?
Like, share and leave a comment, would you use this product for bad spirits elimination?
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