Herbalism

Blue Lotus: Flower of Intuitive Ascension

Blue Lotus (Nymphaea caerulea) is a beautiful, water-dwelling flower with mild psychoactive properties. Sacred to the Ancient Egyptians, depictions of…

5 days ago

8 Calming Herbs to Help You Find Peace

Many of us find ourselves facing some amount of stress, trying to keep up with busy work schedules, social obligations,…

1 week ago

Menstrual Magick

Menstruation, or the periodical shedding of the lining of the uterus, still remains very much a mystery to most. As…

2 weeks ago

Kava Kava and Kanna: Herbal Harmony

As we explore the magnificent world of botanicals, there is no denying the abundance of incredible, health-promoting plants around us.…

3 weeks ago

Kava: Euphoria and Relaxation

Kava is a powerful and unusual herbal supplement. Found and curated on the western Pacific Islands, this native plant exists…

3 weeks ago

Hydrosol Misters: Renew Stagnant Energy

The Summer of 2023 is a planetary headline for record temperatures of extreme heat. Perhaps, this is a well-deserved justification…

1 month ago

Plant-Based Perfumes: Benefits, Uses, and More

During these trend-filled days, perfume and soap fragrances have been making a lasting mark on the fashion and self-care communities.…

3 months ago

The Sense of Smell: An Entrance to Another “Reality”

Imagine sitting on a flat, square cushion with your legs crossed in a historic Buddhist temple on a cold autumn…

3 months ago

Kanna: Medicinal and Creative Marvels

Kanna, scientifically known as Sceletium Tortuosum, is an herb native to South Africa that has been utilized for centuries for…

3 months ago

The Wampanoag Side of the First Thanksgiving Story

Reposted from Indian Country Today, "The Wampanoag Side of the First Thanksgiving" was written by Michelle Tirado on November 23rd,…

3 months ago