Sometimes I catch myself walking around the house wearing nothing but my pentacle necklace
Most of the time actually lol
Just finished making some handy dandy…
Oil of Malediction!
This shit smells so foul like a whiff has me about fall over and it makes me feel like I’m about to puke. Even after it’s been sealed I still feel sick which means it’s perfect! Lol. And extremely deadly toxic.
9 nightshade berries
3 plucks of nightshade flowers
3 mugwort leaves
A piece of water hemlock root
A seed head of water hemlock
One leaf, flower, and seed pod of foxglove
9 black peppercorns
3 crown vetch flowers
A red hot chili pepper
Ground mustard seed
Blood red tombstone moss
A few sharp shards of black Tibetan quartz
13 wild rose thorns
About two ounces of castor oil
And then filled rest of the way with olive oil
Im pretty sure that if I find any more useful witchy herbs to wildcraft, I’m just going to fall over fucking dead from sheer ecstasy. Like lately almost everything I planned on buying I have found. In massive quantities. Like holy shit. Today was filled with epic finds. I’m going to have to start doing herb posts weekly for sure.
Additional storage space. Have this above my altar with a few essential ingredients and stuff, and then a few pretties I’ve yet to work with lol. Will no doubt get a few more things on it before long and probably some things switched out.
Found foxglove!!! And got shot at trying to get it, like five times lol. And it wasn’t even near someone’s house. Like it was literally off the road in the woods. Who does that!? Like wtf?
Anyway so I’m in one piece and alive so this was totally worth it. Got some by the roots too so I can plant it closer near the house, so I can harvest it more safely next time lol.
I think this is my favorite baneful herb so far…
It’s time for the baneful herbs!!! The ones I’ve harvested are starting to all finish drying. And what I haven’t harvested yet is starting to get ready to pick. :) Yessss.
Doing some more witchy harvesting on the mountain, the highest natural point in Pennsylvania actually, the sky one and one with the sky behind me taken 50 feet above the highest point. The other of me taken at Shelter Rock. Figured the different elevation would give me access to a different variety of plants but they were mostly the same apart from a few I don’t really have much use for.
The plants are Tall Bellflower to the left, which I harvested today. And Great Rhododendron to the right.