A hillside planted in mugwort will be blossoming this year. Borders of Wormwood and Southern wood lend their ashe to our baths and lavé tets. We grow our own Calea Zachatichichi and Salvia Divinorum from Mexico; Mandrake from Israel and Awosi from Haiti. We make our gardens an offering to Ogoun Ossange, and Ogoun Bhalindjo, the healers of the Vodou pantheon. We consecrate the ground in their name, pour water for their service and sing to the plants as they grow. In this way, we infuse the plant with the necessary energies and spirit so they thrive.
We grow without chemicals or poisons, harvest the plants on the correct days or hours, and try to treat them with love and care. They are the green allies, and we appreciate all they offer for our work. We offer them here for your personal use. If you need help or questions, please contact us and we will answer you as best we can. Ayibobo!