Take a walk through our poision garden.

 

Witchcraft uses plenty of benign plants and flowers. But there are certain plants that are so baneful, so toxic, so powerful, that practitioners have banned them from use in their spells and from inclusion in their apothecaries. Our Forbiddens Kit brings them to you in oil form. These forbidden plants have rumor, legend and warning that precede them, and using them takes a practitioner that knows their power but also knows their place as mere user of these powerful plants.

 

This kit will include 5 .5 oz plant oils with oil droppers, each housing a forbidden plant: wormwood, hellebore, rue, datura, and hemlock. Please see the individual product pages for insight on these plants, including their lore, use and side effects. As with all of our oils, you will see the actual plant foliage inside the clear bottles so you can enjoy their aesthetic. 

 

Make no mistake: These oils are comprised using the legitimate toxic herb; we do not incorporate any safer plant. Take extreme caution in using these oils. Do not ingest; wear gloves when using these oils; prohibit any skin contact with the oil or plant material; keep out of reach when not in use; do not burn. It is highly recommended that you consider these to be curiosity items only, or use very sparingly and with gloves.

 

This kit utilizes the following base items: coconut oil, and essential and fragrance oils.

The Forbiddens

$57.00Price
  • **Please note, herbal products are not regulated by the FDA and everyone responds differently to the application or ingestion of herbs. Please consult a doctor and ensure for your particular situation (side effects with medications, pregnancy) that you are able to use particular herbs before you apply or ingest herbal products. As stated, our herbs are sourced from quality sources, like Mountain Rose Herbals or Starwest Botanicals, as well as local apothecaries, but it is important to address your particular body's capability in handling herbs. In addition, do not ingest unless explicitly stated or unless it's clear to do so, like for teas and oxymels.