vetivert

faeryqueerkid asked:

Do you know of any plants or herbs that would help with my tarot readings? And if I should ingest them or not?

Hey! (sorry for not replying sooner I’ve been hella busy) 

Some herbs that help with tarot readings: 

-lemon grass

-lemon balm

-rose petals

(these three make very good tea, just add equal amounts of all of them and seep for five min)

- The four divinatory herbs are parsley, sage, rosemary, and thyme.

(you use these to scatter around the cards or on them, or you can put them in a jar)

Some herb meanings;

Sorrel and Vetivert - Love

Bay and Rosemary - Career decisions and the law

Feverfew and Garden Mint - Family matters

Fennel and Parsley - Travel and communication

Basil and Dill - Money questions

Sage and Thyme - option involving learning and examinations

Coriander and Mugwort - health decisions

St John’s Wort, Chaste-tree and rue - fertility

do NOT eat any herbs without first looking up if you can eat them or not

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Intergalactic: Easily one of my favourites from Lush. Actually I think it is my favourite. At first glance it’s a thing of utter beauty; with it’s galaxy colours and saturn rings. The smell is also out of this world, Its pepperminty and refreshing along with tones of cedar wood and vetivert oil. Which add a unique musky wood smell. Like fresh minty pines! When you pop this into the bath it explodes and the colours dance on the surface of the water. Each colour intertwines and the glitter creates sparkly stars which is actually in the core of the itself. The secret which is popping candy also plays a lovely part creating atmosphere. This is the perfect bath bomb for day bath takers because of the mint it just freshens you up and you can listen to the birds sing. The scent lingers and the glitter does too leaving a pretty shimmer. I am far too impressed with this bath bomb. I’m really happy that they created something like this. It’s cooling on the skin and even moisturises. 

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List Of Love Herbs:
Almond
Aloe
Apple
Apricot
Ash
Aster
Avens
Avocado
Bachelor’s Buttons
Balm Of Gilead
Barley
Basil
Bean
Bedstraw
Beet
Betony
Bleeding Heart
Bloodroot
Brazil Nut
Cardamon
Catnip
Cedar
Chamomile
Cherry
Chestnut
Chickweed
Chili Pepper
Cinnamon
Cinquefoil
Clove
Clover
Cohosh
Coltsfoot
Columbine
Copal
Coriander
Corn
Cornflower
Crocus
Cumin
Daffodil
Daisy
Damiana
Dogbane
Dragon’s Blood
Dutchman’s Britches
Elm
Endive
Fig
Foxglove
Gardenia
Gentian
Geranium
Ginseng
Ginger
Hemp
Henbane
Henna
Hibiscus
High John the Conqueror
Houseleek
Hyacinth
Indian Paint Brush
Jasmine
Joe Pye Weed
Juniper
Lady’s Mantle
Lavender
Leek
Lemon
Lemongrass
Lemon verbena
Licorice
Lily
Lily of the Valley
Lime
Linden
Liverwort
Lovage
Love Seed
Maidenhair
Mallow
Mandrake
Maple
Marjoram
Meadowsweet
Mimosa
Mint
Mistletoe
Moonwort
Mullein
Myrtle
Orange
Orchid
Orris
Palm Dates
Pansy
Papaya
Parsley
Pea
Peach
Pear
Peppermint
Periwinkle
Persimmon
Pimento
Poppy
Prickly Ash
Primrose
Purslane
Quince
Radish
Raspberry
Rose
Rosemary
Rue
Rye
Saffron
St. John’s Wort
Sarsaparilla
Skullcap
Senna
Snakeroot
Southern Wood
Spearmint
Spiderwort
Spikenard
Strawberry
Sugarcane
Thyme
Tonka Bean
Valerian
Vanilla
Venus Flytrap
Vervain
Vetivert
Violet
Willow
Wormwood
Yarrow
Yerba Mante

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uk exclusive smuggler’s soul!!! my manager got it for me. its similar to breath of god with all the vetivert and sandalwood but i like this one by itself too

STUFF YER FACE

The Nature Island Food and Drink Festival offers four days of culinary excellence and passion. Scheduled from July 1 to 4, 2015, the festival incorporates island chef cook-offs and mixologist competitions, culinary arts and I-tal food symposiums and expos, and a farm-to-table experience for kids. This festival incorporates health and wellness activities, health-conscious foods, trends for whole and raw foods and delicious fusion cuisine.

Carla Armour, festival producer, noted that the culinary arts will be recognized as an internationally marketable heritage and tourism niche.

“The festival strives to raise the standard of food and drink offerings by using local produce in new and interesting ways in fusion with international concepts, flavors and local ingredients,” explained Armour.

This year, the Nature Island Food and Drink Festival features Toronto-based Chef Carlos Laville and New York-based Chef Stefan Shillingford. The festival will culminate on Saturday, July 4, with the island chef finals and cook-off competition and mixologist face-off finals.

The festival is organized by Vetivert Inc. For more information on the Nature Island Food and Drink Festival visit the Facebook page – Nature Island Food and Drink Festival.

Originally posted by gif-me-more

Dominica....Home of the Nature Island Food and Drink Festival

Roseau, Dominica - Dominica presents the Nature Island Food and Drink Festival, 4 days of culinary excellence and passion.  Organized by Vetivert Inc., the festival to be held from July 1st - 4th 2015 incorporates Island Chef Cook-Off Competitions, Mixologist Competitions, Culinary Arts and Ital Food Symposiums and expos and a Farm to Table experience for kids.

The festival which has been in operation since 2012 is ideally placed within the summer months taking advantage of the summer tourism rush and prefacing other local festivals such as Dive Fest, held in July.  In 2015, the festival will see the introduction of experiences for children, incorporation of health conscious foods, utilizing trends towards whole and raw foods, and fusion cuisine.

Producer of the Festival, Carla Armour, explains that, “The festival seeks to excite persons about using local produce in new and interesting ways in fusion with international concepts and products, to raise the standard of food and drink offerings”. In doing so she explained that the culinary arts will be recognized as an internationally marketable heritage and tourism niche.

This year, the Nature Island Food and Drink Festival features Toronto based Chef Carlos Laville and New York based Chef Stefan Shillingford. Health and wellness activities will also form part of the Festival, which culminates

Hex-breaker Ointment

HEX-BREAKER OINTMENT



3 parts Galangal

2 parts Ginger root, dried

2 parts Vetivert

1 part Thistle


Steep the herbs in shortening, strain, cool, and anoint the body at night.

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