MR spectroscopic images are often distorted by lipid signals in the skull. A crusher coil that generates a local magnetic field can suppress these signals, but a homogeneous crushing field is required. This work focusses on a solution for a homogeneous crushing field in the axial direction. It is shown through numerous tests with current patterns that wires circling the coil without any directioal component in the z-direction cause the most homogeneous crushing pattern. Currents in the z-direction should be compensated by a return current that cancels the magnetic field of the current.