Osha Root Spagyric in 2oz dropper bottle
An aromatic member of the parsley family, the Osha plant (Ligusticum porteri) was considered food by Native Americans. Historically the roots of Osha were chewed to increase endurance during long stints of physical activity.* Osha, a Native American word for bear, was once referred to as "Bear Medicine" because these large mammals appear to use Osha for medicinal purposes. Ancient peoples, as well as modern Zoologists, have observed bears digging up Osha roots, consuming them, and rubbing them on their fur. Osha root is recognized as a natural dietary supplement, displaying anti-viral, anti-bacterial, and anti-inflammatory properties in laboratory studies. Runners, long-distance hikers, and those traveling to high altitudes may derive benefits from this ancient herb.
Inspired by some of the most consistently powerful practitioners we know, this particular item was Michael's first plant spagyric seen to completion. The complexity and penetrative nature of this herbal extract is profound to say the least. With heavy Mercurial and Martian correspondences, it seems set on finding its way in to coddle and protect the body from the inside.
We believe this particular process of spagyrics, with its painstaking attention to detail, order, and discipline is very special. It can take a lot of time, financial resource, and physical work to produce some of these extracts, not to mention all the factors that have to come together for the practitioner to even have enough of the item to perform operations on. The level of dedication in those selflessly practicing these arts is a beautiful thing to behold. It is rooted in some of the oldest transmutation practiced by mankind, and I feel the people that see the purpose behind this type of slow medicine are also a special kind. With a keen eye on the mind, the stars, and the flask they forge on in faith of knowing a greater wellness on the other side of these operations. For a brief description what a spagyric is, how we make ours, and why, please check the 'Spagyrics' tab.
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