Gayuma is a love spell or love potion from the Philippines. Gayuma is used to cause a target victim fall hopelessly in love and full of desire for the person using the gayuma.
A gayuma potion is a very secret recipe but usually involves the collection of some rare herbs, plants, parts of animals or insects or any other naturally-growing substances that are rare and said to hold special qualities. A spell may be muttered during the preparation of a gayuma to increase its said effectiveness. The love potion or food should be given to the victim who will then fall in love with the person associated with the gayuma. Beliefs vary somewhat as to whether the victim would fall in love with the next person they see after consuming the gayuma, or whether the magic knows exactly who should be the object of the victim's love, passion, affection and desire.
The spell is often considered to be derived from black-magic witchcraft that is usually performed by a native witch, otherwise known as a mangkokulam. The mangkokulam would most likely ask to see something from the victim, such as a piece of clothing or better still, some hair, and would normally ask to see a photograph too, before weaving his magic and making the spell active.
There are some people who also believe that placing a picture or name of the victim under their pillow will cause that person to fall madly in love with them. As with any magic, the real test is in the faith of the caster that it will be effective!
Gayuma potions and spells are also said to have an aphrodisiacal effect, turning the victims into lusting monsters who want nothing more than to fornicate with the person initiating the spell.
Even though many religious organisation (especially Catholic organisations) in the Philippines actually oppose the use of Gayuma, the dealers and vendors distributing it can usually be found near religious outposts, such as Qiapo Church or Baclaran Church.
Be warned! Whilst many people believe that gayuma is effective and many people do not believe that is in any way effective, almost everybody agrees that only the love that occurs naturally is really worth having, and that love that is created or forced in an underhand way is potentially dangerous and could even be fatal. Those who have true faith in the works of the gayuma are afraid that using gayuma will attract demons and severe ill fortune, so use it at your own risk!
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