Belladonna Ointment..VEGAN Traditional flying ointment.
Belladonna is a quintessential herb to a Poison Witch. Belladonna contains À|kÀ|0ìÐs of Atropine, Hyoscyamine, and Scopolamine that give Belladonna her properties. Commonly known as Deadly Nightshade, Belladonna is intrinsically linked to witchcraft; on Walpurgis night, it was thought that the spirit of the deadly nightshade emerged while witches were preparing their covens. Belladonna was reportedly used in the preparation of ointments that, when absorbed through the skin, caused hallucinations, lightness and the sensation of flying. These ointments are also known to encourage euphoria and enjoyable hallucinations--lending a hand to astral travel and the presence of visions. Belladonna is also very useful in divination. Deadly Nightshade’s name comes from the Greek mythological character Atropos, one of the three fates whose role was to cut the thread of human life.
Feeling anxious? General aches and pains? Believe me, I get it! My saviour? Belladonna.... she calms me and absorbs my pains. 🖤
Magical uses include Astral projection and in protection spells. Aka Witch's Berry, for it's ability to help the user reach an altered state of mind. Belladonna is popular in both glamour magic, and Necromancy workings, as well. Personally I utilize Belladonna as a grounding aid, due to the heavy, full, enveloped feeling she provides.
Belladonna is connected to the goddesses Bellona, Circe, and Hekate.
Prepared as an ointment, Belladonna is amazing for migraines, tension headaches, anxiety, insomnia, nerve damage and nerve pain, back pain, muscle spasms/cramps, pulled/tense muscles, sciatica, pulled/torn tendons, tendinitis and bursitis, carpal tunnel, arthritis, rheumatism, pain/bruising after surgery, and the pain of menstrual cramps.
Belladonna is a nervine relaxant and can calm the nerves and reduce both psychological and physical tension. As Belladonna affects the nervous system directly, it can help to induce sleep – simply rub Belladonna ointment into your temples, to the base of your neck, on the bottoms of your feet, or into your neck and shoulders, 1-2 hours before bedtime.
The use of Belladonna for its sedative properties has also been reported to encourage pleasant, visually stimulating dreams. It is known for its aid in lucid dreaming. Personally, I've found that rubbing Belladonna into the bottoms of my feet, offers amazing relief from plantar fasciitis pain.
You will receive one, 30ml tin. Plant material(s) for this ointment is grown, harvested, infused, and poured by me. Ingredients include Atropa Belladonna, poplar buds, òrgαñìç sunflower oil, and candelillia wax.
Not intended for use by anyone that is pregnant or breastfeeding. Do not use with any other products containing atropine. Consult health care professional before use if you have glaucoma, heart, liver, or kidney issues. This product should not come into contact with mucous membranes, children, or pets. Shelf life is up to 5 years after purchase.
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