Northern Lights 2021: Review

Northern Lights has us split down the middle! So this is a strain that may have different people liking it more than others, and that simply boils down to body chemistry, mass, etc. We had looked around the site for quite a bit before we added this one to our cart for purchase. We read the description, watched some reviews and felt fairly confident adding it to our cart.

Sour Cherries: Review

A Cherry flavor and something else much like an Amaretto with a bit of pepper. It’s there, but then it is only for a moment, the flavor disappears again and we are saddened it isn’t all the way through the smoke like it has been in other strains.

Alpen Gleaux: Review

The flavor notes picked up tremendously! Notes of a Dark Chocolate Covered Berry with a hint of almost a Rosemary Pine on the exhale. The flavor is delightful1 Sweet, Tangy, Earthy without being overwhelming or too dank/skunky. The aroma is pleasant too! All and all this was a very enjoyable smoke! Effects took about 10-15 mins to fully peak, which is not bad at all.

Suver Haze: Review

Flavor Notes: Peppery, Pine, Floral, Citrusy.- Kind of like a sparkling grapefruit- Not overly in your face but just enough flavor to be enjoyable.

Holistic & Legal: CBD

Alright, Alright, Alright! Let’s talk about something that I have been using on an off for a couple of years now but really have not into serious usage until recently, CBD. Does CBD get you high? What are the actual benefits? What is CBD? Is CBD the same as Weed? What is Delta-9? What is Delta-8? So many questions! Well, I hope by writing this post and starting to do some reviews of several different CBD products & companies I can help you understand that all a bit more.

Triple Goddess, Mother-Maiden-Crone

Triple Goddess, Three in One, 3 Faced Goddess [ She has many names and faces 😉 ]The Mother, The Maiden, The Crone.Represented throughout history to fit many different combinations of Goddesses, there is no right or wrong representation of this. There are people who believe there are a few Goddesses that do not need to be paired with others and represent the three in one all by themselves. Whichever you choose or if you choose a path that has one of these Goddesses who alone can be a three in one, that is your choice, your path ❤ There is no right or wrong, yes, I repeated myself, but I really want to drive that point home. Everyone’s path is unique & different, our journey’s are never the same, but will have some tiny glintz of commonality to them. It is up to us as witches of this day and age, to teach & learn from one another. ❤ With this being said, on to talking about the three phases of the Triple Goddess ❤

Intro into Lilith

Lilith, dark, powerful, full of sexuality & strength, is a deity that a lot of women are drawn to when they enter into witchcraft. She is often shrouded in controversy and at times very dark lore.

30 Thrifty Witchy Ideas

Witchcraft doesn’t require fancy, glittery wands, swords or chalices. Your altar doesn’t have to look like a scene from Game of Thrones (unless you want it to). In fact, there are everyday household items that most people have in their house that can be used in witchcraft. These household staples are just as powerful as…

Personal Journey Story #2

Okay, so a weird occurrence last night when we were going to bed we heard what sounded like someone bumping into something and making a small groaning noise similar to an ” Oof” . I got up and asked my boys if it was them they said no, my daughter was asleep already and my husband heard the noise too… But that isn’t all. We shrugged it off and fell asleep. I woke up at 12:37 last night to the sound of barking- Three distinct barks. I laid there for a moment, it was not on the show we had fallen asleep to. I looked out the window, nothing. I get up and check on both the kids and the dogs, All asleep.It was just so strange to me, the three distinct barks

Are there Christian Witches?

This is a question that begs an answer, there are many different types of witchcraft as we have explored before and many people often ask what types of religions practice, the truth of the matter is this… Witchcraft can be found everywhere and anywhere if you choose to look long & hard enough for the answers. It is found in Buddhism, Catholicism, Christianity, Deism, Judaism, even in Taoism- and many more religions around the world.