A lot of womxn have been coming to me asking about Queen Anne's lace and the relationship this plant has to our wombs as a means of a contraceptive. First I am not saying this plant is a contraceptive, however, I have been working with the plant and her energy as such for over two years now, but all I have is a simple understanding of the hormonal/chemical interactions as well as bits of traditional story and first hand experience. I feel called to create an open format blog, or some sort of sharing space for womxn to post about womb care and the plants that help us stay well and heal. Specifically Queen Anne's lace, to begin to compile first hand accounts to empower and give supportive space to reclaim our bodies as womxn and practices of birth control. To do this need your help! If you are interested please reach out! I'm looking for someone who knows about website/blog formatting. People interested in joining the vision, those who have worked with plants for reproductive & womb wellness. Those who have not, and anyone who may be curious! This is about increasing ability to access herbal knowledge, all are welcome!
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