• Coffee Magic

    Did you know, coffee has a very rich occult history with numerous accounts dating back to the dark ages? Alchemists have long prepared special witchy blends, where coffee beans have roasted in rituals with sacred herbs only to empower the magical energy of the coffee.
  • Dragonfly Symbolism

    Dragonflies are thought to be messengers from the elemental world filled with Devas and spirits.
    When Dragonfly enters your life begin releasing yourself from unproductive illusions that hold your soul’s progression back. The Dragonfly spirit challenges old habits and concepts that box you in. Transformation is dawning on the horizon.
    Dragonfly symbolism and meaning is deeply tied to our emotions and our mind.
  • Modern medical study has confirmed agave’s remedial properties.

    Agave has been used for centuries. Most well known for mescal & tequila and its nectar used as a flavoring and sweetener with a low glycemic index in the modern day, native populations have also been aware of its health benefits and traditionally used it medicinally.
  • Goldenrod- one of late summer & autumns most iconic wildflowers

    Goldenrod uses date back to the 1700s, when it was used as an alternative to the tea imported from the East Indies after the Boston Tea Party. In Europe, it was believed that discovering a patch of goldenrod near your house would ensure good fortune for all that lived there.
  • Wondering where the herbs you buy from us are coming from?

    The majority of our kitchen witchin' culinary herbs and our medicinal apothecary herb sets are grown by US!
    We utilize a third acre to grow organic culinary herbal delights, medicinal herbs, and our own fruits and veggies!
    When we can't sustainably and ethically wildcraft from the surrounding land (or find it growing wild,) we attempt to grow it ourselves.
  • Companion planting with marigolds

    Marigolds are a welcomed addition to any garden, but their ability to repel pests and bugs is definitely one of their selling points. Marigolds require very little care once planted & have been used in the garden as a successful pest repellent for centuries. Marigolds are often used as companion plants in gardens because of their reputation for deterring certain garden pests.
  • Chicory root coffee☕

    Chicory is an age-old herb that was originally used medicinally. For at least 5,000 years, people have cultivated chicory for its medicinal benefits.
  • Pine pitch harvest

    Pine trees ooze when they get damaged. The secretion has antibacterial properties which prevent the damaged tree from getting infected.
    In this same way, pine resin can also be used to heal our wounds.
  • Staghorn Sumac- lemonade alternative

    Staghorn sumac (Rhus typhina)
    Is one of the wild edibles that can be foraged all winter long if you choose, although later in the season you lose some of the flavor and color and run a high risk of worms. The red velvet on the outside of the sumac berries is the tasty part. It has a wonderful sweet/tart citrus taste, that some liken to strawberry lemonade. Since it already has that flavor, making a sumace "lemonade" is the obvious thing to do. The seeds and stalks contain bitter alkaloids that are extracted by hot water, so it’s important to only use cold water when making a sumac infusion. It is an excellent source of vitamin C.
  • Hops is for more than just beer brewing

    Hops: Synonymous with brewed beer, comes in multiples varieties. These different varieties are selected for their different constituents to make different beers, from lagers to pale ales and every kind imaginable.