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sosuperawesome · 3 years ago
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Custom Apothecary Jars and Bottles
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A how to for drying herbs. There are tons of methods, as everything in herbalism. This one works well for me!
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katy-l-wood · 2 years ago
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I am Icarus and over-detailing is my sun.
This background is gonna serve double duty in a couple projects, and I’m really excited to jump into coloring it even if it is going to take FOREVER.
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alienscty · a year ago
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‘’ A dryad (/ˈdraɪ. æd/; Greek: Δρυάδες, sing.: Δρυάς) is a tree nymph or tree spirit in Greek mythology. Drys signifies "oak" in Greek, and dryads are specifically the nymphs of oak trees, but the term has come to be used for tree nymphs in general, or human-tree hybrids in fantasy. ‘’
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woodnymphwitch · a year ago
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Smoking Herbs 🌿🍃✨
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I’ve been smoking herbal cigarettes lately, as well as mixing herbs into my bowl when I smoke cannabis! I wanted to write a little post about my favorite smokable herbs, I am not super experienced so these are mainly just my current favorites! 
For me, smoking is a great grounding and centering exercise. The deep breathing and visuals of the smoke really help me calm down during tough times. 
🌹Rose: Rose is my favorite flavor for smoking, it adds a lovely aftertaste to whatever you mix it with. Rose is mainly used in love spells, making it useful for self love as well! 
🍃Mugwort: Used for divination and lucid dreaming. For me, it puts me in a dreamy, hazy mood. It amplifies your psychic abilities, making it easier to astral project, connect with a higher power, and more activities requiring an open mind. 
🌸Lavender: Calms and relieves stress, lavender is also used in spells that involve love. Smoking lavender is great for a mix of aromatherapy and breathing exercises for stress relief. Breathe in, take in the smell and taste of the lavender, and breathe out any stress or negative energy. 
🌼Chamomile: Relaxing, relieves stress, promotes restfulness! Chamomile relaxes the mind and body, helping to melt away anxiety. If you have trouble sleeping, try smoking chamomile with a base mix (mullein/red raspberry/etc) to calm you down before bed!
🌿Mint: Smoking mint makes me feel so clean! It clears out your respiratory system and leaves a lovely taste behind. In spells, mint is used for healing and purification. 
My favorite mixes:
Lavender, chamomile, mugwort, mullein for good rest
Chamomile, rose, lavender, cannabis for general calm and stress relief
Mint+ anything 
Rose+ anything 
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hikerwitch · 3 years ago
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New Orleans. December 2017. Yeah, that crow was posing. 🖤
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leodrune · 2 years ago
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witch’s herbarium: mugwort
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mugwort in folklore, history, and medicine
in medieval europe, mugwort was used as a magickal protectant and a repellant against moths, fatigue, and evil. it was also used historically  as a seasoning across europe and asia.
medicinally, mugwort tea is said to relieve problems associated with irregular and severe menstruation, as well as digestive and bowel issues. mugwort should not be consumed in large doses or by those who are pregnant.
topically, mugwort can help relieve muscle aches and joint pains. you can make an ointment of it, or relax in a mugwort infused bath. it is also a great antiseptic to help relieve acne issues.
in the primitive days of farming, mugwort became precious for its insect-repelling properties, which helped crops prosper. it has also been used in brewing historically, to help beer stay fresh for longer and give it notes of bitterness.
st. john the baptist is said to have worn a belt of mugwort when venturing into the wilderness for safety, while the romans put mugwort in their shoes to prevent physical exhaustion.
another name for mugwort is “sailor’s tobacco”, as throughout history sailors would smoke wild mugwort instead of tobacco for its alleged nerve-calming effects.
the magickal uses of mugwort
mugwort is associated with the moon, astral projection, and dreams. place some mugwort under your pillow to encourage prophetic and magical dreaming.
mugwort is helpful during divination and ritual work, as it enhances the psychic mind. drink some mugwort tea or inhale the scent of dried mugwort to help with focus and intuition.
the protective nature of mugwort makes it a great charm to hang above your front door to ward off unwelcome energies. you can also cleanse your ritual tools with mugwort water, which purifies them and amplifies their natural powers.
a little mugwort charm
to protect you and keep bad energy away
a bit of dried mugwort
a small square of black fabric
a strand of purple thread or string
a black, white or purple candle
light your candle. warm your hands over its flame, letting the fire charge your hands with its protecting, cleansing spirit. set the fabric square on a surface in front of the candle, and sprinkle your mugwort atop it. whisper to it, “may you serve me well and keep me safe”. gather the corners of the cloth together and tie it shut with the purple thread. keep it in your pocket, purse, car, or home.
psychic mugwort tea recipe
a gentle earthy tea to enhance psychic energy
makes one small pot (or large mug)
one tsp. of chamomile tea or dried blossoms
one tsp. dried mugwort
one tsp. peppermint tea or dried leaves
a bit of honey or sweetener to taste
steep for 3-5 minutes, and drink by candle-flame before a ritual to prepare for powerful spellwork, especially involving lunar magick. for magickal dreams, drink some before bed while meditating on what you want to dream of.
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juliemangomadamfate · a year ago
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herbal preparation types
TEA -- To consume. Steep herbs, flowers, or roots in hot water. Vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants found in herbal teas provide many short and long-term health benefits. Used for colds, immune system, digestive system, inflammation, anti-aging, stress, anxiety, or skin health, among other treatments.
TINCTURE  -- To consume. Herbs that have been stepped in alcohol or vinegar in process of extraction, creating a concentrated liquid form of a herb. Preserve and concentrate the properties of the herb, making them more effective and longer lasting. Fill glass jar with dried herbs. Filling half full will make a stronger (don’t pack down.) Pour boiling water to just dampen all of the herbs. Fill the rest of the jar with vodka and stir. Store the jar in a cool/dry place, shaking daily, for at least three weeks and up to six months. Strain and store in blue or amber dropper bottles (or clean glass jars.) Take 2-3 drops daily.
POULTICE -- Topical application. Moistened herbs formed and patted down over area where needed (like herbal band-aid). Place whole or powdered herbs in a bowl and add hot water to stick together. Apply topically and use medical gauze to hold in place. Good for: stings, bites, wounds, broken bones, infection, boils, in-grown issues, acne, or anything that needs to be drawn from the skin.
FOMENTATION -- Topical application. Strong steep infusion of herbs (typically stronger than what you would drink). Infuse, strain, and soak cloth in infusion, applying to area where needed. Useful for wrapping a body part or treating large area.
TOPICAL WASH -- Topical application. Similar to fomentations, but instead infuse herbs and strain then soak affected body part in the infusion. Direct contact allows herbs to penetrate in unique way. 
HERBAL OIL -- Topical application. Herbs are “baked” in base oil such as: olive, sweet almond, apricot, jojoba, avocado, grape seed, or hemp. Can use fresh or dried plant material and sun or Oven as heat source. Heat extracts the oil soluble healing components of the herbs to create the healing oil. Herbal oil often used to make other products such as salves, lotions, or creams but can be used on their own.
SALVE -- Topical application. Treatment with the consistency of a balm or ointment. Made by adding beeswax to a herbal oil until desired consistency. Used to sooth skin after a burn, bite, sting, abrasion, or other surface problems. 
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design-is-fine · 10 months ago
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Bottles and Vials for Medicine, Shaker Community Mount Lebanon, NY. Late 19th century. Witch Hazel, Ether, Pearls of Cloroform, Wolf Bane. Via  shakerml.org
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bakwaaas · 4 months ago
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apothecary kitchen
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snootyfoxfashion · 2 years ago
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Vintage Inspired Bath & Body Products from TheParlorApothecary
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katy-l-wood · 2 years ago
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IT. IS. DONE. Thank you so much to everyone who has given me such lovely compliments on the progress shots of this illustration. You can check out those progress shots here if you haven’t seen them yet.
This illustration is the first of 15 ultra detailed illustrations for a Secret Project, so look forward to plenty more of my detailing hubris. It’ll also serve as the background for one of the illustrations in my Pretty Lady project.
I’m super happy with how this came out, and it was great fun to work on. Challenging, but in a great way. Coming up with things to put IN the jars was half the battle, honestly.
If you have any questions about my art or my process, please don’t hesitate to ask!
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