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The Birth of the Minerva Salve

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The Birth of the Minerva Salve
How our Minerva Salve came to be

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Incredible Edibles

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Incredible Edibles
Incredible Edible.....Weeds???

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We are cruelty free and vegitarian

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We are cruelty free and vegitarian
We are 100% cruelty free and 100% Organic

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16 Types of Witches

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16 Types of Witches

  There are 16 Types of witches, for those who like to be specifically lumped and classified into one nice neat little box.  Traditional Witch Traditional witches are witches who have a base in the history of witchcraft and the old craft that came before Wicca. These witches practice the old ways   Gardnerian Witch These are witches that practice Gardnerian Wicca. They challenge social norms and have many rituals that are the foundation of their practice. Gardnerian Witches must be initiated . Members can not initiate themselves. There is also a very structured system of advancing as a witch....

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The Beautiful Hibiscus

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The Beautiful Hibiscus

    Hibiscus or Hibiscus Sabdariffa is a tropical flowering plant that is typically found in the caribbean islands and Mexico as well as china and india. In Hindu tradition the Hibiscus was used as an offering to the Goddess Kali and Lord Ganesha.  Hibiscus is typically made into a tea. In Jamaica it is called sorrel or Red Sorrel, not to be confused with the red sorrel that is a type of lettuce with reddish veins that grows through it's leaves.   The Hibiscus flowers are dried before being turned into a tea. The hibiscus flowers are known for their...

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