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Guide to Stocking Your Witch’s Apothecar

If you are an aspiring spiritual or magical practitioner, one of the top priorities on your list is to have a well-stocked apothecary. This refers to your collection of herbs, roots, and flowers that you can use during your journey. You want to make sure that you are choosing a good supplier like who makes sure that all their products are sourced and collected ethically. Here are some of the most important things that you need to remember if you want to find the herbs needed for your witch’s apothecary.

First, make sure that you have a careful and working organizational system. You want to be able to find everything that you need within a matter of seconds. It can be frustrating and time-consuming to search high and low every time for that one specific herb that is apparently tucked away in some dusty shelf somewhere in your home. You want to have a designated place for your herbs, and a system that allows you to find everything you will ever need quickly and easily. You can achieve this by, for instance, labeling all the jars and containers you will use and by organizing your herbs alphabetically or by designated purpose.

Second, most practitioners recommend harvesting their own herbs themselves to ensure that they are using well-preserved ingredients. However, it is true that not everyone has the time or means to do this for their own apothecaries. In cases like this, it is best to find a trustworthy and reliable supplier like Browse online to find good sources and be picky with your decision. If you have friends who are also growing their own apothecaries, you can ask for their recommendations. You can also check out online forums, where members discuss and review their own suppliers.

Finally, assessing the quality of the herbs requires some knowledge of the actual living plant. If you are unfamiliar with any plant, you can read up online so that you know what scent or look to expect when your herbs get to your home. Armed with this knowledge, you can suitably assess how close or far a specific dried herb is from it original form. Fo example, some plants, such as a lemon herb, tend to lose their natural oils during the drying and preservation process. It is unreasonable to expect to see a dried lemon herb that is anywhere close to its original state before.

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