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Aemilia Darkeoffline

  • August 5
  • Kitchen Witchery, Herb Magick, Crystal Magick
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  • Hello everyone.

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  • Hi all,

    I’ll share a recipe that I have made for many clients. This is for adults and kids of all ages (even dogs and cats). They are eardrops to treat otitis media.

    This recipe works already with just the olive oil and mullein if you have the rest that is just added bonus.
    The herbs can be fresh or dried. Dried has worked very well for me…Read More

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    • Please, please be careful when using fresh/dried herbs (or aromatherapy) around your furbabies as they do not have the enzymes to break them down as we do, and ingesting (garlic and onions for example) can be toxic to dogs, and so can lavender. Do your research and contact your vet just as you would your medical provider with any questions. As…Read More

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      • Thank you for pointing that out, but the drops are meant to be put in the ears. DO NOT INGEST

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        • Yes, I understand, though another caution is that it is still absorbed into the bloodstream when applied topically. Gotta keep our babies (human and fur) safe! 😉

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          • so true πŸ™‚ The version with just the mullein in it is save. We – me and my customers have used it with drops applied to the ears for ourselves, babies, kids and furbabies πŸ™‚

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  • Merry Meet, Greetings, Hello!
    Is anyone else here studying herbal medicine or aromatherapy?

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    • I did SOME study years ago but I will admit I am quite rusty lately. need to read my own research and brush up! 🤣

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      • You have done your own research? May I ask of what? Do you actively use any CAM modalities on a regular basis?

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        • Had to google that but yes actually I do! Yoga daily, lots of alternative medicine, healing with foods for my inflammation levels… yeah, I use a lot in my own life but I have forgotten a lot more outside of my own scope πŸ™

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          • Ooops, sorry about that, I keep forgetting that CAM is not as universally known as I would like, ha! I use a lot for myself, as trial and error in order to help others. My husband is also my “guinea pig” so I have a male perspective on the products in regards to scenting/flavoring and of course only he can try the beard oil and balms.

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            • Oh that’s amazing! If you’ve got recipes you’d like to share, let me know and you could be an author here on Luna’s Grimoire πŸ™‚

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              • Thank you for the offer! I am working on some formulations that will be shareable. What are you interested in seeing so I know which direction to head? I do basic information and more detailed (supporting various body systems) I need an intake form to protect both sides before I recommend anything personal. Just because an herb or essential oil is…Read More

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    • I am currently studying aromatherapy and herbal medicine. I tend to freak out my coworkers (in the medical field) because they immediately reach form manufactured medications and I’m like, “well if you make a tea out of …. it will help with this”. Honestly, my knowledge in herbs is due to massive amounts of reading. I am by no means an expert.

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      • Where are you studying, or on your own? That is awesome! We need to spread the word more and hope people see the truths of plants and their powers. I am by no means an expert either, but learning daily and trying to do my part!

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        • I am studying on my own. I try to grab or borrow any book about aromatherapy or herbal medicine. I need to also start looking at the magical side of things. It just seems like the medical side is easier for me to grasp and even remember.

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    • Hi all,

      I did my studies in 2004-2006 and became a herbal healer and aromatherapist and certified in several more CAM modalities as they are called now πŸ™‚ (had to look that up as well). I used it in my holistic center for clients who came to me with their illnesses that didn’t get better with regular medicine. Healing percentage at the time was…Read More

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  • Merry meet to you as well! I study herbal medicine. I have since high school. I tend to make salves, tinctures, and various remedies for friends and family. It’s always been a passion of mine ♥️🌱

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    • Welcome, welcome. Herbal medicine is incredible stuff! I’ve done the food bits and made teas but never had the courage for salves and tinctures lol

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    • Merry Meet Mardell,

      I have been into herbal medicine since the early 2000s. I have used to treat people with my own herbal remedies. Mostly tinctures that I made myself and would mix into a treatment plan. I loved doing that. I still have an apothecary with about 60 single tinctures to mix up when the need arises.
      Herbs are great stuff and I…Read More

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    Chloe posted in the group Herbs Club

    Does anybody have and tips for a baby green witch?

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  • I am LOVING this Rosemary smudge stick I made!! Does anyone else like using Rosemary for smudges?

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    • I have always wanted to make my own smudge sticks. I have cedar naturally growing on my property as well as a well stocked herb garden. Any recommendations on what to use and how to make them?

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  • I bought a pair of compression gloves last week on amazon for the RA pain in my hands, thinking that they may not work… well I didn’t bother with them today and it feels like someone has slammed a hammer on my right hand… If anyone has RA in their hands, please try the gloves. they REALLY do help. 🙏🏼

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    • Update on these gloves: after two hours of wearing them, my pain was so minimal that I forgot about it altogether. These are miracle gloves honestly..

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  • I’ve had a very weird itchy couple of weeks, and I’ve come up with hives pretty much in small patches everywhere. So last night I took a non-drowsy antihistamine and this morning when I woke up, my right nostril was completely clear and itching has been subdued. I also have a tiny bit of eczema in my scalp which is annoying me now (I’ve had it for…Read More

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    • Have you done anything different recently? New foods/drinks, clothes, laundry soap, etc.?

      • Nope nothing new… I think it might be a seasonal allergy or maybe stress? I have no clue but when I migrated, I had loads of issues with milk products and bread.

        • Yes, either of those can do it as well. Be sure to support your bodily systems, especially now with all this “junk” going around. I am sorry, I giggled when I ready “migrated” as I immediately thought of a bird. I assume you relocated to your current area at some point?

          • Yes, I lived abroad for 20 years so just getting used to UK environment I guess. It’s very different in the Caribbean! 🌞

            • Interesting. I grew up here in western NY, moved to Florida, then to Maryland. From there my husband and I were over the road for 4+ years. Then we moved back here to WNY, onto my family land I inherited. This is where we have built our house and will be building our Shrine and store.

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    So…does anyone have a favorite herb,resin, bark, berry,root they like to use this time of year? Right now I am using a lot of dried Elderberries (Sambucus nigra). Elderberry is an antioxidant that boost the immune system, improves heart health , fights against coughs, colds, and flu, and bacterial and viral infections. I make a elderberry and…Read More

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    • Oh really? That’s definitely something I will keep in mind then.

    • been cutting off and drying all of my Sage to make smug sticks, and brought my Rosemary inside bc its getting cold here now…. a friend of mine has not been feeling well, so i made her a few smudge sticks with a huge seashell as a ‘plate’ to set them on as they smoldered out.

      • That sounds awesome and I bet your friend is very thankful! I love using Sage. I put it in all of my incense blends. Sage is also good for sore muscles! I make a Epsom salt soak with sage, pine needles, and juniper berries and my husband loves it for his back pain.

        • That works for back pain? I’m making a note of that LOL!

          • My husband has severe scoliosis and I make several things for his back. He uses cayenne pepper + menthol salve during the day for his back pain, at night he soaks on an Epsom salt bath, which has the sage in it. It also has pine needles, crushed juniper berries, lavender, and essential oils. I can give you the recipe I have if you would like it.…Read More

        • I am going to try that bath soak!

          • Let me give you the entire recipe I use. We love it and I hope that you will too!
            Sore Muscle Soak
            2 Β½ c. Epsom salt
            ΒΎ c baking soda
            2 Tbs. dried chamomile flowers
            1 Tbs. dried juniper berries
            2 Tbs. pine needles
            2 Tbs. sage leaves
            2 Tbs. peppermint leaves
            2 Tbs. lavender
            6 drops eucalyptus essential oil
            8 drops peppermint essential oil
            4 drops j…Read More

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