Monday, September 3, 2007

Zig Zag mountain hike 2

Klamath Weed or more commonly know as St Johns Wort Hypericum perforatum

According to Jonathan's Blog
if you decide to do any "recreational snorting" the resulting nose bleed could lead to hospitalization LOL!

Aster (purple flower top) subspicatus A beautiful wild flower, as a flower essence DOUGLAS ASTER aster subspicatus - endless expansion while maintaining centre; savouring life experience; living fully and consciously; promotes courage and adaptability. according to Healing Waters.

Horsetail Equisetum spp (middle pic)


Anonymous said...

Angie - awesome blog. I am looking forward to "discovering" it and I know it will be inspiration for my own. I made my "moon" essence of tansy aster last night but was disappointed when today came up cloudy. I can't stick around to watch over an essence all day and in a public park there is no guarantee it won't be disturbed. There are some "wicked" children around here. Sigh. I was disappointed but know there will be many other opportunities. In the meantime the Mabon Eve ceremony and creating were lovely. And awesome online course! I will do my best to spread the word around as it, and you, have been great. More on the essence. As I research (I purposely did it "after" I did my intuition meditations) I find that while I had a different take on things, it is complimentary and I'm not sure I've found anything on the specific aster I'm working with. I had not found this reference, so will add it to the research.


Angie Goodloe LMT, Herbalist said...

I am glad you are working with Aster! I plan on doing more as well! Thank you so much for the lovely compliment! Trust your own judgment when working with plants, sometimes what you read is not always correct, surprisingly some people write about plants who never actually worked with the plant in it's live state (so and so said, so this is what action it does)kinda info. You learn SOOO much more working with them yourself!