Wild Crafted Dark Forest Dried Plant Potion
This loose incense is a dreamy mix of aromas reminiscent of the Pacific Northwest Forest with deep mossy undertones. This makes for a lovely housewarming gift and can be displayed in a bowl for unique home decor.
Approximately 3-4oz of loose incense packed full in a clear bag. Weights may vary depending on the different weights and sizes of the crystals.
This listing is for one pouch of loose incense with 2-3 Peacock Chalcopyrite & Amethyst crystals. (Other items in pictures are props only.)
The stones are raw and will have natural color, imperfections and clarity variations.
100% natural ingredients with dried flowers and herbs harvested from my organic garden.
No added chemicals, perfumes, dyes or other ingredients.
Ingredients Wild crafted and from my organic garden:
Marjoram leaves & flowers, Passionflowers, Sage leaves, Bay leaves, Honeysuckle, Moss, Pine cones, Spruce, Cedar and Pine tips and Essential Oils.
Release into fireplace or in a bonfire.
Enjoy the aroma during meditation.
Place in a potpourri dish to add to Autumn decor and aromas.
Crush and burn on a charcoal burner or cauldron.
Steep in oil and strain to make anointing oils and potions.
Scoop desired amount and use in ritual for casting circle, make potions, and decorate altar.
Simmer in water to release aroma in home.
Use to stuff sachets or dolls.
Crafted in small batches practicing traditional and family alchemistic recipes with mortar & pestle blending methods, arcane methodologies, enchanted blessings and positive intention.
Visually, the herbs & flowers may vary from the photos, however the recipe remains the same for each batch. Things will shift and settle during transit and may bury the crystal(s).
Do not consume.
Dried herbs & flowers are flammable. Burn in a fire safe cauldron or charcoal burner and do not leave unattended.
Storage & Shelf Life:
Store in a cool dry place.
Preservative free, but will last for years in an air tight container although may lose potency.
Tips: Some herbs and flowers are left whole so that you can enjoy releasing their essence by crumbling which will also invigorate the aromas.