3 types of Cacau Medicine made with the intention for use in ceremony, for journeying and meditation £33 a bottle plus p&p. buy here
Cacau Medicine with Rose & Horse Essence
for shamanic journeying, balance, compassion, sharing Love & Beauty
Cacau & Rose– Ceremonial Brazilian Cacau- made by a womens co-op in Brazil, Organic Brandy- 40%, Welsh Horse Essence, Rose Glycerin. 30ml. BBF 5/5/26
Blue Lotus Cacau Medicine with Rose & Horse Essence
Journeying to the Divine
Ceremonial Brazilian Cacau- made by a womens co-op in Brazil, Organic Brandy- 40%, Blue Lotus, Blue Gin 43%, Welsh Horse Essence, Rose Elixir- (Brandy & Honey). 30ml. BBF 5/5/26
Cacau Medicine with Rose, Hawthorn & Horse for shamanic journeying, into the HEART
Ceremonial Brazilian Cacau- made by a womens co-op in Brazil, Organic Brandy- 40%, Rosa, Hawthorn, Organic Vodka 43% , Hawthrone Essence, Welsh Horse Essence. 30ml. BBF 5/5/26
Handmade in the UK in small batches of 5 bottles at a time!
£33 per bottle plus UK postage
made with the intention for use in ceremony, for journeying and meditation.
Shake before use- cacau sediment is normal. Suggested dose- 1-5 drops under the tongue.
These products contain alcohol- Brandy 40% and Blue Lotus tincture made with Blue Gin 43%, Hawthorn tincture made with vodka 43%
The Horse Essence was made by a shamanic practitioner friend who works shamanically with horses- made in a ceremonial process of attunement in the horses. No animals were captured or harmed to make this product and it contains no animal parts! It is made individually from the mother tincture.
Caution: Do not use with prescription medication. Do not use if pregnant, breast feeding or trying to conceive. For short term use only. Always seek the support of your Primary Care Practitioner.
Cacau/Cacao- For centuries, cacao has been revered as a sacred plant with mystical properties. It has been used in spiritual and ceremonial contexts across Central and South America, and its popularity has only continued to grow in recent years.
Cacao is rich in nutrients and contains several active compounds that have been shown to have beneficial effects on the body and mind. It is high in antioxidants, which can help to protect against oxidative damage and reduce inflammation. It is also a good source of magnesium, which is important for maintaining healthy muscles, bones, and nerves.
In addition to its physical properties, cacao also has several psychoactive properties that can affect the mind and spirit. It contains a compound called theobromine, which is a mild stimulant that can promote feelings of alertness and focus. It also contains a number of other compounds that can affect mood and emotions, including serotonin, dopamine, and phenylethylamine.
Cacao has several potential benefits for the mind, body, and spirit. Some of the potential benefits of cacao include:
1. Enhancing mood and emotions
2. Reducing stress and anxiety
3. Improving focus and concentration
4. Boosting creativity and inspiration
5. Promoting feelings of connection and empathy
6. Supporting physical health and well-being.
Horse medicine is physical power and unearthly power. In shamanic practices throughout the world, horse enables shamans to fly through the air and reach heaven.
In understanding the power of horse, you may see how to strive for a balanced medicine shield. True power is wisdom found in remembering your total journey. Wisdom comes from remembering pathways you have walked in another person’s moccasins. Compassion, caring, teaching, loving, and sharing your gifts, talents, and abilities are the gateway to power.
As a power animal, horse, is primarily a message carrier and is often concerned with traversing “gateways.” It is associated with the power and responsibility that comes from exercising authority, and the wisdom required to use it in a balanced way. On an emotional level, horse is connected with the need for compassionate understanding.
The horse enabled people to explore and find freedom from the constraints of their own communities. This enabled them to travel and thus discover the multiplicity of life and all of its powers. Horses have great appeal to most people. We are fascinated by them, and riding one raises us above the mundane, and renews our sense of power. They signify the wind and even the foam of the sea.
Horses were given powers of divination. More than one legend speaks of the clairvoyance of horses and their ability to recognize those involved in magic. They are symbols that can express the magical side of humans.
Rose medicine- Roses offer a reconnection to Pure Love and work as a vibrational salve for the Heart, they are here to help unlock, release and facilitate healing of residual stories and trauma from the past. They open us to a remembrance of The Way of The Rose, the path of Beauty, Truth and Love, of Divine Feminine Wisdom, Inner Peace, Soul Mastery and ultimate union with Self. Since many varieties have noticeable thorns, roses are also often used for protection. Washing clothes with rosewater makes them magically protective. Far from the legends and confirmed by ancient manuscripts, it can be said that the Egyptians used roses in their funeral rites. As we also know with certainty that the Romans used them to decorate doors and images of Gods like Bacchus, Cupid, or Venus. The rose has always been used and considered in the magical world as a flower capable of attracting good luck, love, and health.
It’s the most famous icon of purity. Roses are ruled by the planet Venus and the element of water.
For many drawn to the Rose path there is an immediate felt familiarity as the work was lived and shared in the Temples of Atlantis and Egypt. The Brothers and Sisters of the Rose have carried this knowledge through the eons knowing that when the time was right the Rosa Mystica would be called forward again to open Hearts and bring balance, harmony and healing to the Sacred weave of Masculine / Feminine and uplift humanity. As above so below As within so without.
Hawthorn is the ultimate heart tonic, it’s essence represents the energy of cleansing and preparation. It clears the mind of negative thoughts and mental confusion, offering clarity. It gives patience and offers stillness, cleanses the heart of negativity and stimulates love and forgiveness.
The Hawthorn is the tree most representative of the struggles the Christian Church had in suppressing pagan beliefs and celebrations. Hawthorn is respected as a tree of enchantment under the protection of the faery realms. It guards wells and springs. Its beautiful flowers are said to help prayers reach heaven.
If you sit under a Hawthorn on May 1st you are liable to be whisked away for good to the faery underworld.
The blooms of the hawthorn are used in spells for fertility, happiness, and good luck in fishing.
Wands made of this wood are of great power. The blossoms are highly erotic to men.
Hawthorn can be used for protection, love and marriage spells.
The original May Poles were made of Hawthorn!
Blue Lotus- In the oldest Egyptian cosmogony, the world began when the Sun God Ra (Atum) emerged from a blue water lily growing in a dark pool of nothingness symbolizing chaos (Nun). This blue water lily is a plant that was sacred to Egyptian culture since the earliest dynasties thousands of years ago. Overtime the flower of the blue water lily (Nymphaea caerulea) evolved into a symbol of the cycle of life and death and was featured prominently in tomb motifs of the pharaohs and members of the highest caste, being one of the primary offerings the high ranking dead were decorated with for their journey into the afterlife. Blue lotus flower was used extensively in the religious and healing ceremonies of the high priests of Egypt, and Nymphaea caerulea was a herb revered because of its unique plant pharmacology which bestow upon it transcendental mind-altering properties.
Blue lotus flower contains an assortment of plant phytochemicals like alkaloids and flavonoids that together make it mildly psychoactive, sedative, and it’s a strong aphrodisiac. Blue lotus flower has these properties primarily because it normalizes the activity of the central nervous system by acting on dopamine and serotonin receptors in the brain. Little human-based research has been completed on blue lotus flower, but abundant research exists on its main chemical constituents apomorphine, nuciferine, and antioxidant flavonoids. In addition to this its rich history of use across many different cultures supports its use in treating mental health issues like depression, paranoia, and insomnia, as well as neurodegenerative problems like Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s disease.
Beyond its potential health and wellness uses, blue lotus flower is a herb that can be used to facilitate spiritual growth by tuning human consciousness to different dimensions of reality, and this shamanistic effect of blue lotus flower is especially powerful when combined with other psychedelic herbs like cannabis. Blue lotus flower can be consumed in a variety of ways for its wellness, spiritual, or recreational uses, most commonly as a tea or dry-vaporized or taken sublingually.
(c) Rachael Crow 2023