The Nourished Descent Essence is a vibrational essence of Goldenrod, Aster, and Ganoderma mushrooms (a cousin of Reishi) created during a waning moon in Taurus.
This essence was ritually created with permission and in collaboration with the trees and plants growing in my local environment.
Attributes of this essence:
- Goldenrod, Aster, and Ganoderma mushrooms flourish during the Autumn months as nourishing supports to the mind and body as your descend into the Winter months. The waning moon in Taurus adds an element of loving support for the physical body.
- This essence is ideal for those who seek additional support during the Autumn and Winter months or any underworld journey.
What you will receive:
- You will receive one 2oz. amber dropper stock bottle* of this essence.
- Please note flower essences do not smell or taste like the flowers used and will generally taste like the alcohol or glycerin preservative used. Read more about what flower essences are and are not below.
*Stock bottles are diluted directly from the mother essence. You may choose to create a dosage bottle from your stock bottle to extend the life of this essence or share it with others. A simple web search on "how to create a dosage bottle from a stock bottle" will provide you with adequate steps to create dosage bottles. Should you decide to share it with others, please, credit Cassie Uhl.
- Ingredients: spring water, brandy, vibrational infusion of Vervain
Suggested Uses: Take as desired. Add 2-3 drops to water, tea, or directly under the tongue. Alternatively, add 7-10 drops to a bath or rub 2-3 drops directly on the skin.
What is a vibrational essence?
Vibrational essences, or flower essences, are vibrational "medicines" that affect the subtle body. They are not intended to treat or cure physical ailments. Their effects can be subtle and will vary from person to person. They are not essential oils and do not have a floral scent or flavor. Rather, the water holds the vibrational essence of the flower and any other energies present, like the phase of the moon. Alcohol is often used as a form of preservation. Therefore, any scent and flavor come from the alcohol used for preservation.
Flower essences have been worked with for spiritual and healing purposes since ancient times, as seen in records of flower essence used in ancient Egyptian and twelfth-century Europe. Use of flower essence, or similar practices, are also found in Asia and Australia. Flower essences became more standardized and studied in the 1930s through the work of Dr. Edward Bach. However, Bach's perspective is but one. The art of crafting essences in collaboration with nature and flower magic is vast and rich.