Salvia divinorum, of the Lamiaceae, goes by many names, including Diviner’s sage, Hierba Maria, Herb of the Shepherdess, or Ska Maria Pastora.
It is a unique visionary plant endemic to the Sierra Madre mountains in Oaxaca, Mexico, and has a long history of use by the Mazatec peoples of the region for healing, insight, and connection with the divine. Sometimes regarded as a plant teacher with feminine qualities, it is considered to produce powerful and unique visionary effects, and it’s constituents and their physiological effects are unusual, binding to the kappa-opiod receptors.
This flower essence may enable you to work on issues of the heart, bringing warmth to cold places, and may aid in pain management.
Flower essences are subtle yet powerful preparations which harness the vibrational quality of a plant’s flowers. Similar to homeopathy, whereby minute dosing of a natural substance are used, flower essences capture the pure life force of a plant through pure water and prana.
EntheoBotanica’s flower essences focus on capturing the tone and vitality of entheogenic plants by using alive water, pure ethanol, & crystal glassware with a high refractive index to bend and capture light. All together this aims to remove interference between you and plant, allowing the water to be a clear interface for the an unobstructed vegetal-human relation.
Take 7 drops under the tongue morning and night, optimally for 2 weeks or more, preferably taking the time to ground and connect in with yourself and the plant, and setting your intentions for working with this plant and receiving the teachings it has to offer.
This product is prepared from wyld harvested flora from Mexico, prepared from sunlight, local Cooroy Mountain spring water, and preserved in 15% pure ethanol.
Suggested dosage: 7 drops morning & night for enhanced communication with the plant spirit.
Please store in a cool dark place, out of sunlight, heat & air exposure.
As an empowered and sovereign being, please conduct your own research, or consult your health practitioner, before deciding whether a herb is the right plant for you right now, and ensure there will be no interactions with any medications you may be using. If you are self-medicating, and have any worsening of symptoms, please stop use of the herb and seek the advice of a qualified professional.