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How to Make Itching Powder
Want to play a prank on your worst enemy by making them itch and itch? Make an all-natural itching powder using these two methods.
Rose Itching Powder
- Wilting rose
- Two small cups
- Boiling water
- Find a rose, any rose, and put it in a dark and dry area to wilt. When the rose has utterly wilted, look for the nut-like formation in the very middle of the petals. Take it out.
- Very carefully cut the nut in two using a knife. There should be a cotton-like (cythilicus) material inside it. Whatever happens, do not touch this material.
- Use a toothpick to get the cotton-like material out of the nut. Put it in a small cup.
- Place the cup right next to a cup filled with boiling water. The steam from the hot water will make the cotton-like material fluffier. Do not touch it with your bare hands, and don’t let water get to it. Let it sit there for ten to 15 minutes.
- Place the cup of the cotton-like material under the sun to bake fully.
- You now have your itching powder.
Maple Seed Itching Powder
- Ripened or brown maple seeds
- White paper
- Paper resealable bag
- Collect fallen maple seeds that have turned brown. They should’ve fallen from the trees in the early fall.
- Tape a sheet of white paper on a hard flat surface.
- Take a maple seeds and grasp the propeller part of the seed between your forefinger and thumb.
- Hang the end part of the seed pod towards the paper.
- Get another released pod and rub them against each other over the papered surface. Silvery hairs should fall down from the seed pods.
- You should have a teaspoon’s worth of silvery hairs after three to four dozen seed pods being rubbed against each other.
- Store these silvery hairs into a resealable paper bags.
- The best way to use these hairs is to put it down your victim’s back. He or she could be scratching for hours.