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  • Fucking Hell | CORPUS RITUAL

Fucking Hell | CORPUS RITUAL

by CORPUS RITUAL

There are some contraindications for use so please see below before buying to make sure it will be ok for you.

I mean, does this formula even need a description? It’s been a tiiiiime it’s been a time. In late summer 2021, I needed a new formula to help me with the depression::grief::rage cocktail that has been the last almost two years and this is what came through.

We are all holding and navigating so much. It’s too much. When the depression::grief::rage cocktail hits, we can feel like we are moving through mud with very little to help brighten the path.

Calling on wood betony, mimosa, st. john’s wort, and cinnamon chip, the hope is that they will help us get our head above water just a bit. This formula isn’t meant to erase the hard stuff we’re navigating but rather, help us stay afloat, help us find our way, lift some of the heaviness so that we can hold steady. The way through is to feel it all and feel it we will do— but with a little help from our plant friends.

Once this formula came together, I worked with it for a month and slowly slowly I started to find my way through the muck. I felt a little more resourced, a little more present, a little more ready to hold on. I hope it offers the same for you.

Ingredients: wood betony, mimosa, st. john’s wort, cinnamon chip, energetic essences of moss and datura, vodka

All herbs are either grown by me, locally and ethically hand-collected, or come from an organic herb farm or company.

Note from CORPUS RITUAL: There are a number of contraindications for use of St. John's Wort and a solid list is here. Please review before considering. Not for use for people taking SSRIs as St. John's Wort is contraindicated. And if you are taking estrogen or HRT, if your levels are "balanced" it can shift the levels a bit and could make it seem as if you are a bit deficient, while taking SJW, or overloaded if you stop. It's not necessarily a reason to not take it, but something to consider and perhaps if you do decide to try it, a lower dose and monitoring your levels is ideal.

It is sometimes recommended that those navigating Bipolar or finding themselves on the higher for activated/ manic ends of the spectrum limit mimosa use. Might also be helpful to instead work with it in drop “spirit” doses where it can support on more on an energetic level.

Not for use during pregnancy. herbs are safe but please do research to make sure they are safe for you and your body and needs.

This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease and has not been evaluated by the FDA.

 

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