Tinctures, Honey, Dried Herbs, Salves & Cannabis
The synergistic effects of the properties of raw honey blended with dried powdered herbs and mushrooms are a delightful way to take your medicine and balance mind, body and spirit.
No Need to Bear it
Organic Turmeric, Organic Ginger Root, Raw Honey.
Wild-crafted Chaga, Cordyceps, OG Cacao, OG Red Chile Blend, Sea Salt, OG Cinnamon, OG Ginger, OG Damiana Leaf, Ashwaganda, Raw Honey.
Tick Tonic w/ 8 Mushroom Blend
OG Japanese Knotweed, *Reishi, *Turkey Tail, Lion’s Mane, *Chaga, *Birch Polypore, *Artist’s Conk, Cordyceps, Maitake, OG Turmeric, OG Astragalus, Raw Honey.
OG Gingko Biloba, Lion’s Mane, OG Ashwaganda, Raw Honey.
Codonopsis, Wild-Crafted Reishi, Cordyceps, OG Eleuthero, Raw Honey.
OG Barberry Root, Wild-crafted Chaga, OG Cat’s Claw, OG Ginger, Raw honey.
Organic Hops, Organic Skullcap, Raw Honey.
* = wild-crafted
Please note that the treatment of Lyme Group and Coinfections is not one-size-fits-all. Treatment may take anywhere from 6 months to 2 years in some cases. I divide the Protocol into 3 Stages: 1) Open Channels of Elimination, Parasite cleanse and Shut Down Inflammatory Response; 2) Core Treatment for Coinfections and Pulsing Lyme Protocol; and 3) Repair, Maintenance and Prevention of Reinfection.
For those that may be severely chronic, start with very minimal doses to reduce the Herx Reaction and work up to recommended doses. Monthly consultations with a trained Herbalist are strongly encouraged. Instructions for use of formulas included separately.
Dandelion Root Cleavers, Burdock, Figwort, Fringe Tree Bark, Red Root, Milk Thistle, Poke Root, Ginger.
Parasite Cleanse Formula
Black Walnut Hull, Wormwood, Pau D' Arco, Clove, Cascara Sagrada.
Cordyceps, Eleuthero, Devil's Claw, Turmeric, Meadowsweet, Kudzu, Dan Shen, Motherwort, Milk Thistle, Licorice.
Broad Spectrum Coinfection Formula
Andrographis, Alchornea, Houttuynia, Stillingia, Sida cordifolia, Bidens alba, Cryptolepis, Artemisia annua, Barberry, Olive Leaf.
Lyme Away #1
Japanese Knotweed, Pau D' Arco, Barberry, Milky Oats, Codonopsis, Dandelion Root, Cleavers, Uva Ursi, Prickly Ash, Teasel.
Lyme Away #2
Japanese Knotweed, Cat’s Claw, Chinese Skullcap, Oregon grape Root, Ashwaganda, Burdock, Red Root, Figwort, Hops, Ginger.
Joint Repair Formula
Cordyceps, Horsetail; Solomon’s Seal, St. John’s Wort, Devil’s Claw, Meadowsweet, Turmeric, Teasel.
Gingko Biloba; Gotu Kola; Lion’s Mane; Ashwaganda.
Cognitive Function Honey
Gingko Biloba, Lion’s Mane, Ashwaganda, Raw Honey.
Tick Tonic with 8 Mushroom Blend Honey
Astragalus; Japanese Knotweed (Alternate with Cat’s Claw); Turmeric; Chaga Mushroom; Reishi Mushroom; Birch Polypore Mushroom; Artist’s Conk Mushroom; Turkey Tail Mushroom; Cordyceps Mushroom; Lion’s Mane Mushroom; Maitake Mushroom.
Wild-Crafted Chaga Mushroom, Invasive Barberry Root, Cat's Claw Bark, 80 Proof Alcohol.
Essential Tick Spray
Cedarwood, Tea Tree, Geranium, Pine, Lemon Eucalyptus, Rosemary, Peppermint, White Thyme, Citronella, Witch Hazel, Vinegar, Vegetable Glycerine, Isopropyl Alcohol, Spring Water.
Dried Herbs and Tinctures
Andrographis (Andrographis paniculata)
Andrographis has been used for centuries to treat respiratory diseases, skin infections, herpes, UTI’s and fever and sore throat. It is an immunostimulant.
Artist’s Conk (Ganoderma applanatum) Wild-Crafted
Artist’s Conk can be used interchangeably with Reishi for allergies. Studies have proven its high anti oxidative properties, is antibacterial and anti-inflammatory with strong anti-tumor potential. It is purported to be of great use for the lungs and respiratory system. Note that this mushroom has a laxative effect.
Ashwaganda (Withania somnifera)
Ayurvedic herbal medicine commonly uses Ashwaganda due to its rejuvenating effects on stress and anxiety. It is considered an adaptogen that enhances the body’s natural ability to strengthen its resistance to stress while enhancing energy, stamina and brain function. Ashwaganda translates into “Power of the Horse” in Sanskrit.
Astragalus (Astragalus membranaceus) Grown at Spellbound
Astragalus is well-utilized in Chinese medicine because of its anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties. It is an adaptogen that has the ability to enhance immunity and help the body deal with physical, mental and emotional stress. I recommend this herb as a long-term immune tonic. It is also powerful in helping bridge the gap between thought and the creation of reality, or manifesting desires. Use to help balance the body’s natural energy flows.
Bayberry (Myrica cerifera)
Bayberry has been used traditionally to treat diarrhea, inflammation and infections of the gastrointestinal tract. It has also been used to treat headaches and as a decongestant for colds and sinusitis. Traditional bayberry candles are burned to bring luck and prosperity to the household.
Birch Polypore (Fomitopsis betulina) Wild-crafted
This fungus has been used by ancient man as an antiparasitic, anti fungal and antisceptic to clean wounds. It has been used as a tonic for the immune system.
Black Walnut (Juglins nigra)
Black Walnut is used to treat parasitic worm infections and certain other infections including diphtheria and syphilis.
Blueberry (Cyanococcus) Grown at Spellbound
Loaded with vitamin C, Blueberry is great for preventing colds and to boost up the immune system. It has the ability to strengthen heart health, increase bone density, improve cognitive function, lower the risk of diabetes and improve kidney health.
Blue Vervain (Verbena officinalis) Grown at Spellbound
Blue Vervain is considered a sacred plant by native tribes. It is widely used to relieve respiratory and liver congestion; cleanse toxins and as a general tonic that produces an overall feeling of well-being. It is also used widely to strengthen and relax the nervous system. This herb has a cleansing effect on the liver and bladder.
Burdock (Arctium lappa) Wild-Crafted at Spellbound
Burdock has traditionally been used as a blood purifier to clear the bloodstream of toxins. Burdock has been reported to help clear the skin, detoxify the liver and destroy bacteria and fungus. Burdock is used in rituals to ward off negativity and for general protection. A staple in my medicine cabinet! It is my go-to to pull out stagnate or deeply-rooted issues.
Calendula (Calendula officinalis) Grown at Spellbound
This plant is astrologically associated with the sun and fire element and is said to bring joy and comfort the heart. It supports healthy skin; healing dry skin, scrapes, chaffing and sunburn.
Cannabis (Cannabis) Grown at Spellbound
Cannabis promotes relaxation, relieves spasms, nausea and vomiting and high intra-ocular pressure. It is appetite enhancing, analgesic and combats dependency and withdrawal. It demonstrates high anti-inflammatory potential.
Cat’s Claw (Uncaria tomentosa)
Cat’s Claw is widely used as an immune stimulant and for its immune enhancing properties. It is an anti-mutagenic, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and anti-cytostatic agent.
Chaga (Inonotus obliquus) Wild-crafted
This amazing native Maine mushroom finds use for fighting cancer, slowing the aging process, supporting the immune system, fighting inflammation, lowering blood sugar and blood pressure and increasing stamina. It is a nutrient dense super food.
Chamomile (Matricaria chamomilla) Grown at Spellbound
Chamomile is a soothing herb for children and adults alike. It relieves inflammation, muscle spasms, menstrual disorders rheumatic pain and hemorrhoids.
Codonopsis (Codonopsis pilosula)
Codonopsis is a root used used all around the world. It is also known as “Poor Man’s Ginseng” for its similar properties. It is an adaptogen plant that aids the individual in becoming more resistant to stress and supports the adrenal and immune systems. Its traditional Chinese properties are cooling, moistening and sweet.
Cordyceps (Ophiocordyceps sinensis)
Cordyceps is a rare combination of a caterpillar and fungus that grows above 3800 meters. Traditional Chinese and Tibetan uses of this fungi are to improve stamina, energy, libido, endurance and sleeping patterns. I recommend it to treat the lungs.
Cramp Bark (Viburnum opulus)
As its name suggests, Cramp Bark is used for relieving cramps including muscle cramps during menstruation and pregnancy. It is also kidney and urinary conditions that involve pain or spasms.
Comfrey (Symphytum officinale) Grown at Spellbound
Comfrey causes wounds to heal over rapidly as it increases cell production. It can be used internally where it will have the same effect.
Damiana (Turnera Diffusa)
Damiana has been used as an aphrodisiac and to boost sexual potency by the native peoples of Mexico and is used for both male and female sexual stimulation, increased energy, asthma, depression, impotence and menstrual problems. It has a relaxing effect. Damiana leaves are used by many people for bringing about luck in love and satisfying conjugal relations.
Dandelion Root (Taraxacum) Wild-Crafted at Spellbound
Dandelion supports the liver and natural detoxification. Dandelions are often used as charms to make wishes come true.
Dill (Anethum graveolens) Grown at Spellbound
Traditional uses include flatulence, digestive disorders and stomach pain. Dill increases breast milk production for nursing mothers and soothes colicky children.
Don Quai (Angelica Sinensis)
Don quai is a potent hormonal regulator for women. It is a great natural remedy for menopausal and premenopausal symptoms.
Echinacea (Echinacea purpurea) Grown at Spellbound
Echinacea is a North American native in the daisy family and has been used extensively by Native Americans as a cure-all for all manner of ailments and as a means to encourage a speedy recovery from illness. Its powerful immune-stimulating properties have been claimed to reduce many of the symptoms of colds, flu and various other infections. Echinacea has become a quite popular “natural antibiotic”. It is recommended to use no longer than 2-week intervals and can be alternated with astragalus. Echinacea’s magical attributes provide strength during trying times. It can also be used to ground a home.
Elderberry (Sambucus nigra) Grown at Spellbound
Used for its antioxidant activity to boost the immune system, improve heart health and for coughs, colds, bacterial and viral infections. Its has been used for protection, healing, blessing and cursing.
Elderflower (Sambucus) Grown at Spellbound
Elderflower is most frequently used as a lung expectorant. It has antiviral and antibacterial properties that are most commonly used for colds, sinus infections and other respiratory disturbances. Studies have shown it is helpful in treating staph infections.
Elecampane (Inula helenium) Grown at Spellbound
I recommend elecampane for complaints regarding lung health. It gives powerful relief to respiratory difficulties and assists expectoration. It is also a famous magickal True Love herb.
Eleuthero (Eleutherococcus senticosus)
Often referred to as “Siberian Ginseng”, Eleuthero shows promise in treating colds, fatigue/exhaustion/debility, osteoarthritis, insomnia and arthritis.
Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) Grown at Spellbound
Recommended for colic, wind, breast enlargement, heartburn and lungs. It has also been indicated for high blood pressure and boosting sexual desire.
Gentian Root (Gentiana lutea)
Traditional folk healers believed Gentian root could help stimulate liver and kidney function and digestive processes. It is also helpful for circulation issues. It’s magical properties are believed to draw good luck in matters of love and romance.
Gingko (Gingko Biloba)
The Gingko tree is found in fossils dated back 270 million years. It is a symbol for profound endurance and longevity. It is used to improve cognitive function, mental health conditions and memory.
Goldenrod (Solidago virgaurea) Wild-Foraged at Spellbound
Goldenrod has been used to treat allergies and kidney and urinary function with a cleansing effect. Not recommended for use during pregnancy. It can be used in wealth spells and enhancing and attracting love.
Ginger (Zingiber officinalis)
Possible benefits of Ginger are to settle the stomach, relax the body, and relieve motion sickness and inflammation. It stimulates the circulatory system. Ginger is powerful and fiery and adds power to any magickal activity, especially in desires to “speed things up” and attract success.
Ginseng (Panax quinquefolius)
Ginseng is believed to boosts one’s energy levels and increase stamina.
Ground Ivy (Glechoma hederacea) Wild-Foraged at Spellbound
Ground Ivy has particular action on the lungs and kidneys. It has been a popular remedy for coughs, pulmonary complaints and urinary affections. It is also recommended for ear infections, sciatica & gout. It removes melancholy by opening up the spleen.
Hawthorne Berries (Crataegus monogyna)
Hawthorne Berry is considered a tonic for the heart and is traditionally prescribed to treat irregular heartbeat, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, chest pain, hardening of the arteries and heart failure. Additionally, it contains high levels of Vitamin C. Hawthorne berries are protective to the hearth and home.
Hibiscus (Hibiscus rosa-sinensis)
HIbuscus provides relief from high blood pressure and high cholesterol. It is a diuretic and cooling herb that speeds up the metabolism for gradual weight loss.
Horsetail (Equisetum arvense) Wild-Foraged
Horsetail may help to re-mineralize and treat brittle bones, teeth and nails.
Japanese Knotweed (Fallopia japonica) Wild-Crafted
Japanese Knotweed is rich in the healing constituent resveratrol. It is an anti-aging, anti-cancerous and anti-inflammatory agent. Japanese knotweed is known to help gout, heart disease and lower high blood sugar levels. It plays an important part in Lyme treatment by interrupting cytokine cascades.
Kava Kava (Piper methysticum)
Offering calming and stimulating results, kava kava roots are known to have an anesthetic quality with mild sedative properties. It is commonly used in North America and Europe to soothe stress, relieve anxiety and treat insomnia. It also has a reputation for boosting a romantic mood. Possessing a great significance in regards to the cultural and ritual traditions of the Pacific Islands, kava kava is used as an herb to aid in the communication between the natives and their gods.
Lady’s Mantle (Alchemilla) Grown at Spellbound
This plant gives a feminine impression from it’s collection of “moon water” and the leafy mantle that protects the “womb”. It is often used as an herbal tea for gynecological disorders, water retention and love spells.
Lemonbalm (Melissa officinalis) Grown at Spellbound
Lemonbalm is a great antiviral with relaxing and soothing properties. It is helpful for soothing frayed nerves or calming hyper children. Traditionally, it has been used to gently treat upset stomach. It has been used to dispel melancholy and depression and to drive away evil spirits. In Turkey it was planted near beehives to encourage the bees to return to the hive rather than swarm away.
Licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra)
Licorice root contains many anti-depressant compounds. It also has a well-documented reputation for healing ulcers and irritation in the digestive tract. It relieves pain and controls respiratory problems and makes a cough more “productive” and reduce bronchial spasms.
Maitake (Grifola frondosa)
Immune regulator, fights tumors and free radicals, cancer and diabetes.
Marshmallow (Althaea officinalis) Grown at Spellbound
Marshmallow provides relief for heartburn, ulcers, colds and urinary infections by coating irritated or dry tissues.
Milk Thistle (Sylibum marianum)
Milk thistle is a powerful liver protector and I especially recommend it for frequent drinkers. It is commonly used to detoxify the body from chemicals that come in from the environment and the food we eat. It is also a powerful protecting agent in energetic realms.
Motherwort (Leonarus cardiaca) Grown at Spellbound
Old writers considered motherwort as an herb for gladdening the heart, instilling courage, palpitations of the heart, lung afflictions, and inducing quiet of the whole nervous system. It has traditionally been used as a simple tonic in heart disease and other affections of the heart.
Mullein (Verbascum densiflorum)
Mullein has been used since ancient times for cough, asthma and earaches.
Oatstraw (Avena sativa)
Oatstraw is deeply nourishing to the nervous system. Drinking the tea is a great way to incorporate vitamins and minerals into the diet. The calcium and magnesium in oatstraw help build strong bones. Along with vitamin B, calcium and magnesium also help soothe and strengthen nerves
Pennyroyal (Mentha pulegium)
Pennyroyal is a folk remedy long used as an emenogogue and abortifacient. It also repels fleas.
Poke Root (Phytolacca Americana)
Poke root is one of the best lymph cleansers out there and one of the best herbs to help clear mastitis. It has a special affinity for red, swollen tissue. Swollen lymph glands will usually clear overnight without the use of antibiotics. It is known as an effective treatment for pain and swelling from rheumatoid arthritis. Its magickal properties break hexes and curses.
Queen Anne’s Lace (Daucus carota) Wild-Foraged at Spellbound
Queen Anne’s Lace traditional contains properties that are used to treat bladder and kidney conditions. Historically, the seeds have been used as a form of contraception. Its energetic uses bring clarity and spiritual insight while staying grounded and for increased fertility. It can make one sensitive to sunlight.
Red Clover (Trifolium pratense) Wild-Foraged
Due to its high content of isoflavones, red clover has an estrogen-like effect. It is often taken to treat symptoms of PMS, menopause, for breast enhancement and heart health. Magical uses include fidelity, love, money and protection.
Red Sage (Salvia multiorrhiza) Grown at Spellbound
Red sage is an herbal vasodilator and circulatory tonic and supports cardiovascular health. It also has benefits for menopause and periods.
Rhodiola Root (Rhodiola rosea)
Rhodiola is a top tonic herb for stress and anxiety as it helps regulate the autonomic nervous system. It helps reduce cardiac problems due to stress and increases blood oxygenation. It quickly stops coughing. It improves physical endurance and mental performance.
Reishi (Ganoderma lucidum) Wild-Crafted
The mushrooms used in this tincture were wild-harvested in the woods of Maine and prepared with a double-extract method. According to Eastern thought, Reishi is an equilibrium-enhancing remedy that helps the body, mind and spirit maintain balance against threats of both stressors and pathogens alike. With all of its benefits, Reishi is truly the “medicine of kings”. Studies show this prized mushroom benefits people with a wide variety of illnesses. It may be able to boost your immune system, fight cancer, ward off heart disease, calm your nerves, and relieve allergies and inflammation.
Slippery Elm Bark (Ulmus rubra)
Slippery Elm contains a mucilaginous substance that coats irritated or inflamed tissues of the throat, stomach and urinary tract. It acts in a similar fashion in the magical realm by making the user impervious to slander or malicious gossip.
Skullcap (Scutellaria galericulata) Grown at Spellbound
Skullcap is useful in a wide range of nerve disorders and nervous conditions including, epilepsy, anxiety, insomnia, tremors, and ADD. It is an antispasmodic sedative. Skullcap has been used to attract fidelity and gifts of money.
Stevia (Stevia rebaudiana)
Health benefits include treating diabetes, hypertension, weight loss, brittle bones, bacterial infections and skin conditions. It may also improve energy levels, strengthen the immune system, stimulate mental activity and aid in withdrawal from substance addiction. Its energetic properties uplift spirits, health and well-being.
Stinging Nettles (Urtica dioica) Wild-Crafted
Stinging nettles have been used for hundreds of years in “irrigation therapy” to treat kidney, gout and joint problems and infections.
St. John’s Wort (Hypernicum perforatum) Wild-Crafted at Spellbound
Studies reveal positive effects on the nervous system and it is known for antiseptic, antibacterial, antiviral, anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties. Suggested uses are for mood enhancement, anti-viral effects (herpes), inflammation of the joints (arthritis), symptoms of PMS, and immune-boosting properties for wound healing and urinary tract infections. In European folklore, it was used in the home as a talisman to ward off evil spirits, for divination of romance and longevity.
Sumac (Rhus) Wild-Crafted
Sumac is high in Vitamin C and antioxidants. It is anti-fungal, anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory. Sumac lowers blood sugar and can increase breastmilk production. It has traditionally been used to treat disorders of the urinary and digestive disorders.
Tulsi (Ocimum tenuiflorum)
Holy Basil has been used for its diverse healing effects, including strengthening the kidneys and stomach. This holy plant balances the chakras to a state of perfect health and enlightenment when used daily. It calms and brings goodness to he being.
Turkey Tail (Trametes versicolor) Wild-Crafted
Anti-bacterial, anti-oxidant, anti-tumor, anti-viral, immuno-boosting, kidney tonic, liver tonic.
Turmeric (Curcuma longa)
Turmeric is closely related to the ginger family. It has a long-standing reputation as an anti-inflammatory, antihistaminic, anti-mutagenic and antimicrobial herb. Its esoteric uses purport that it strengthens the auspiciousness of Jupiter and improves overall chance of success and state of mind.
Turmeric and Astragalus
This combo works together to build and support immune function, while addressing issues related to inflammation and bacterial infection.
Usnea (Tillandsia usneoides)
Usnea is a genus of lichens, highly antibacterial and effective in treating UTI’s, vaginal infections, fungal infections and staph infections. It can be ingested or applied directly to a wound. It has the ability to remove heat, clear damp and resolve toxicity.
Valerian Root (Valeriana officinalis) Wild-Foraged at Spellbound
Valerian root is a natural sedative and anti-spasmodic. It aids sleep, calms anxiety, reduces menstrual cramping and can lower blood pressure.
White Willow Bark (Salix alba)
White Willow acts a lot like aspirin. It is used for pain, including, headache, muscle pain, rheumatoid arthritis, gout, etc. The most common magickal use of the Willow is the making of Wands.
Yarrow (Achillea millefolium) Grown at Spellbound
Yarrow is a first-rate fever and wound herb. It is also beneficial for a wide range of menstrual problems.
Yohimbe Bark (Pausinystalia johimbe)
Yohimbe is a plant species native to western and central Africa as an aphrodisiac. It increases blood flow (improving sexual function) and promotes weight loss. Take with caution because this plant may interfere with normal blood clotting.
The amazing power of Horse Chestnut is harnessed to drastically reduce varicose veins and skin imperfections.
This classic Calendula and Almond Oil Salve smoothes, heals and hydrates the skin for more resilient and healthy skin. It is used to treat inflammation, poorly healed sores and irritations of the skin. Grown at Spellbound Farm.
Wild-crafted Jewel Weed Blossoms are employed to treat poison ivy rash.
Blooming Lilac and Almond Oil have deeply soothing and calming effect on the skin. Grown at Spellbound Farm.
First Aid Salve
Comfrey, Plantain, Sage and Oregano help to heal minor cuts, bruises and scrapes. All ingredients grown at Spellbound Farm.
Natural Bug Repellent
Includes an array of essential oils designed to repel ticks, fleas, mosquitos and flies.
Lavender Cannabis CBD Salve
Organic CBD Flowers, Olive Oil, Lavender Essential Oil, Beeswax. Recommended for medical-grade massage.
2 oz. jar, approximately 600 mg.
Full-Spectrum CBD Oil
Organic CBD Flowers, Organic MCT Coconut Oil, Organic Sunflower Lecithin.
2 oz. dropper, approximately 600 mg.
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