In African-American folk magic, better known as Hoodoo, a mojo hand is a type of amulet in a piece of cloth or a flannel bag that contains consecrated magical items. Or, at least that’s the way its supposed to be done. You can’t just make a bag, stuff it and expect it to work. Each item placed in the cloth or bag has a specific purpose. The items are washed in an herbal bath, prayed over and consecrated the only way a Conjure Man or Woman would know how. Consider a mojo hand a “prayer in a bag” or a “spell you can carry with you” - unless that spell is for ill purposes - then you bury it, leave at a place of business or hang somewhere and beat with a stick.
Ms. Rain’s Mojo hands take a bit of time to empower. Some hands may take upwards of 21 days - depending upon what its needed for. Please have patience as conjure takes time.