The Witch's Herbal Apothecary
Co-founder and formulator, Marysia Miernowska's, best selling book!
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Rituals & Recipes for a Year of Earth Magick and Sacred Medicine Making
The Witch’s Herbal Apothecary is a magical book of recipes, rituals, and materia medica for reconnecting with the power and healing of Earth Magick.
Author Marysia Miernowska is the Director of one of California’s most renowned herbal schools and named one of the “top 15 witches on Instagram” (@marysia_miernowska) by Huffington Post.
Mother Earth is a living entity that holds great medicine to heal us physically and spiritually. However, in today's modern world, too many of us are separated from this source of nourishment. With the wheel of the year as a framework, you'll begin to understand the currents of nature and how to weave yourself back into this great web of life.
Using the plants, seasons, and cycles as your tools, you will be able to tap into the potent Earth Magick of life, death, renewal, and rebirth. In harmony with the seasons, You will learn how to:
- Grow medicine
- Harvest from the wild or home garden
- Process plants
- Make remedies
Each season opens a portal of magick that allows you to harvest the literal and spiritual gifts the Earth is offering at that time.
The Witch's Herbal Apothecary will awaken the Witch inherent in every wild soul and guide her into an empowered relationship of healing and magick with the natural world.
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