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🌳M a g i cπŸŒ‘
The next F&N medicine update is gonna be a bit of a surprise, but after that I'm gonna do one that's all TREE MEDICINE. Are you as excited as me?
This alder bark tincture for wound-healing is going to go into it in all of her ruby red glory πŸ”΄
#treemedicine
#myancestorsweretreepeople
#forestmedicine
#fireweedandnettle

🌲"So you got a poster of yourself?"πŸ‘§πŸ½
This tree-lovin', wildcraftin', descendant of forest-folk for millennia, is so in love with @thefarwoods poster on PNW conifers.
#forestfolk
#forestmedicine
#bioregionalism
#bioregionalknowledge
#thewordforworldisforest (NERD ALERT πŸ€“)
#thefarwoods
#myancestorsweretreepeople
#supportwomenownedbusinesses

✨🌲S H O P C L O S E S T O N I G H T ! 🌲✨ @ 6 P M P S T
There's a few special elixirs and essences just hanging out in there!
Next shop opening with 🌻 Calendula magics and floral smudges around the full πŸŒ•M O O NπŸŒ• in August! Stay tuned!

Link in profile, like always!

#fireweedandnettle
#myancestorsweretreepeople
#oldworldwitches
#treemedicine πŸ“Έ: the ever-generous @demetria.provatas

Sunday with the oldest, sweet friends. Trees and otherwise...
πŸ“·: @abigailatsea πŸŒ²πŸ’šπŸŒ²
#outsideeveryday
#thepracticeofthewild
#myancestorsweretreepeople
#treeworship
#whatwitcheswear

This is serious apple picking. #treepeople #myancestorsweretreepeople

🌲Without you, we are nothing.πŸƒ
@aylanereo 's magical, uplifting new album "The Code of The Flowers" is a timely ode the everything we must hold more holy than ever now. I recommend it as a part of post-election self care.
Check out a snippet of "Whispers" in this little ode to the Madrones I made.
#AylaNereo
#womensvoicesmatter
#supportyourlocalmusicians
#treemedicine
#myancestorsweretreepeople
#animism
#arbutusmenziesii
#Millamovies

✨🌲✨Are you one of those herb-folk who doesn't always take their own medicine? ✨🌲✨ I am. I mean, I take my own tinctures and teas, and maybe even use my own salve at a pinch (although I prefer @aquarian_dawn 's oils). Making my home medicines is the cornerstone, the root, the heartwood of my practice, but I rarely take my own potions, elixirs (I prefer @the_splendor_and_travail 's and @grandmothersmedicine 's) and even my own essences I usually only sample as I make them. ✨🌲✨ Why is this? Because, as @snakeoilmagicpotions pointed out when she gave me one of her remedies, we witches like to give energy more than receive it. And because we want to bask in the magic of other witches, wise and wild women. Because getting the potions from someone awesome is part of its healing. ✨🌲✨ Once in a great while though, I make a potion for me and share it with others. So...speaking of tree medicine. I made a small batch of this #forestmedicine to share with our #rootmedicine class @spiritweavers and with all you guys in a few weeks when I come out of the woods. Here she is, just chilling in the Redwoods... #treemedicine #forestessence #fireweedandnettle #woodswitch #myancestorsweretreepeople

Excited to feature some Arbutus medicine in my next collection in November. It's been a banner year for Madrone here in our part of Cascadia and I made a very special hydrosol/ essence from her blossoms in the spring. They were so fragrant. Now it's time for berries.
For the inevitable questions that often follow these posts, here's a little medicine offering for all y'all hungry for plant knowledge:
1. Find a native plant you're interested in. Just the one. Tree, lichen, flowering, grass, seaweed...
Edible, inedible, modest, gorgeous, medicinal, poisonous, no matter.
2. Learn as much as you can about it. Get a good field guide, one specific to your bio region. Look at your plant closely. Learn their habits, and taxonomy. Find history book mentions, old photos, and paintings, read ethnobotany articles.
3. Sit with your plant. Watch them through the seasons. Learn their patterns. Feel them out. Be present.
That's the primary medicine of all plants. And the best way to make food or medicine from any plant, imho.

R E P E A T O F T E N 🌿
#Arbutusmenziesii
#treemedicine
#medicineoftheplace
#bioregionalism
#plantfolk
#plantpeople
#myancestorsweretreepeople
#myancestorsweretrees

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🌲"So you got a poster of yourself?"πŸ‘§πŸ½
This tree-lovin', wildcraftin', descendant of forest-folk for millennia, is so in love with @thefarwoods poster on PNW conifers.
#forestfolk
#forestmedicine
#bioregionalism
#bioregionalknowledge
#thewordforworldisforest (NERD ALERT πŸ€“)
#thefarwoods
#myancestorsweretreepeople
#supportwomenownedbusinesses

🌳M a g i cπŸŒ‘
The next F&N medicine update is gonna be a bit of a surprise, but after that I'm gonna do one that's all TREE MEDICINE. Are you as excited as me?
This alder bark tincture for wound-healing is going to go into it in all of her ruby red glory πŸ”΄
#treemedicine
#myancestorsweretreepeople
#forestmedicine
#fireweedandnettle

🌲Without you, we are nothing.πŸƒ
@aylanereo 's magical, uplifting new album "The Code of The Flowers" is a timely ode the everything we must hold more holy than ever now. I recommend it as a part of post-election self care.
Check out a snippet of "Whispers" in this little ode to the Madrones I made.
#AylaNereo
#womensvoicesmatter
#supportyourlocalmusicians
#treemedicine
#myancestorsweretreepeople
#animism
#arbutusmenziesii
#Millamovies

This is serious apple picking. #treepeople #myancestorsweretreepeople

Excited to feature some Arbutus medicine in my next collection in November. It's been a banner year for Madrone here in our part of Cascadia and I made a very special hydrosol/ essence from her blossoms in the spring. They were so fragrant. Now it's time for berries.
For the inevitable questions that often follow these posts, here's a little medicine offering for all y'all hungry for plant knowledge:
1. Find a native plant you're interested in. Just the one. Tree, lichen, flowering, grass, seaweed...
Edible, inedible, modest, gorgeous, medicinal, poisonous, no matter.
2. Learn as much as you can about it. Get a good field guide, one specific to your bio region. Look at your plant closely. Learn their habits, and taxonomy. Find history book mentions, old photos, and paintings, read ethnobotany articles.
3. Sit with your plant. Watch them through the seasons. Learn their patterns. Feel them out. Be present.
That's the primary medicine of all plants. And the best way to make food or medicine from any plant, imho.

R E P E A T O F T E N 🌿
#Arbutusmenziesii
#treemedicine
#medicineoftheplace
#bioregionalism
#plantfolk
#plantpeople
#myancestorsweretreepeople
#myancestorsweretrees

Sunday with the oldest, sweet friends. Trees and otherwise...
πŸ“·: @abigailatsea πŸŒ²πŸ’šπŸŒ²
#outsideeveryday
#thepracticeofthewild
#myancestorsweretreepeople
#treeworship
#whatwitcheswear

✨🌲S H O P C L O S E S T O N I G H T ! 🌲✨ @ 6 P M P S T
There's a few special elixirs and essences just hanging out in there!
Next shop opening with 🌻 Calendula magics and floral smudges around the full πŸŒ•M O O NπŸŒ• in August! Stay tuned!

Link in profile, like always!

#fireweedandnettle
#myancestorsweretreepeople
#oldworldwitches
#treemedicine πŸ“Έ: the ever-generous @demetria.provatas

✨🌲✨Are you one of those herb-folk who doesn't always take their own medicine? ✨🌲✨ I am. I mean, I take my own tinctures and teas, and maybe even use my own salve at a pinch (although I prefer @aquarian_dawn 's oils). Making my home medicines is the cornerstone, the root, the heartwood of my practice, but I rarely take my own potions, elixirs (I prefer @the_splendor_and_travail 's and @grandmothersmedicine 's) and even my own essences I usually only sample as I make them. ✨🌲✨ Why is this? Because, as @snakeoilmagicpotions pointed out when she gave me one of her remedies, we witches like to give energy more than receive it. And because we want to bask in the magic of other witches, wise and wild women. Because getting the potions from someone awesome is part of its healing. ✨🌲✨ Once in a great while though, I make a potion for me and share it with others. So...speaking of tree medicine. I made a small batch of this #forestmedicine to share with our #rootmedicine class @spiritweavers and with all you guys in a few weeks when I come out of the woods. Here she is, just chilling in the Redwoods... #treemedicine #forestessence #fireweedandnettle #woodswitch #myancestorsweretreepeople

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