*Live Remote Online Offering* Biology of Poisons
February 2 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm$30.00
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Hemlock, Fly Agaric Mushroom, and several plants within the Nightshade Family have always been admired with dark curiosity due to toxic chemicals harbored within their composition. Each of these poisonous manifestations of nature possess a unique relationship with their local ecosystem, and have a long-standing history associated with Witchcraft and the Occult useful for any plant enthusiast to know. In the Biology of Poisons, we will discuss:
– Several Poisonous Plants and Fungi, and the Terrains They Grow On
– The Unique Biological Structure of Each Plant/Fungus, the Different Types of Poison They Possess, and the Effects These Poisons Have in the Body
– The Occult History Associated with Each Poisonous Organism
– How to Safely Prepare an Essence for Energetic Use With Poisonous Plants or Mushrooms
Biology of Poisons will be taught in a lecture-style class with a Power Point Slideshow, so make sure to bring note-taking materials with you!
Sadie is a Medicinal Plant Specialist with a passion for helping others.
Sadie developed her love for working with plants through growing up in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. She graduated from the Colorado School for Clinical Herbalism in 2016, with 360 Hours of experience in Herbal Pharmacy, Anatomy & Physiology, Botany, Foraging, and Aromatherapy. Sadie is committed to helping people learn how to take charge of their own health by teaching how to work with plant allies in order to make herbal remedies which support the body, mind, and soul.