Blessed Balance Body Butter

Blessed Balance Body Butter

My inspiration behind this potion is my own evolving journey with plant medicines. My intention behind creating it is for it to inspire others to re-evaluate their own relationship with plant medicines of all forms. Seek Balance, always.


Although I cannot make this particular sacred medicine blend to offer you, I wanted to give you the recipe to make for yourselves. This is the most beautiful suspension of so many different medicines that I have created...thus far. :)


I collected water from the Mount Shasta Headwaters, at the foot of Mama Shasta, to use for the water base of this blend. I marinated the sacred Mapacho tobacco and Mount Shasta Sage for 24 hours with a tablespoon of the Alcohol Spirit (preferably some good homemade Moonshine, but any good quality alcohol will do) and the water together, covered overnight.

Set in the moonlight.

We made our own Cannabis Extract similar to Rick Simpson Oil, or Phoenix Tears, to include the Cannabis Spirit. By combining the Cannabis, Alcohol, Hape' & Mapacho Tobacco medicine Spirits together in a suspension of organic plant oils, butters and waxes, we created a potion that is, quite literally, food and medicine for your skin.


The medicines in it are so powerful, and sadly, regulated, so that I cannot make or offer this particular recipe to you...only offer you my recipe!


Make your own medicine! Grow your own food! Everything we need in this world is within us and around us if we only utilize the gifts we've been given properly. This recipe was the product of a meditation tonight on plant medicines, what they are here to teach us, and how humans continually use and abuse them. I have included these sacred medicine Spirits within this skin lotion recipe to suspend them in time and space until a being comes into contact with them. Shall all that touch it be blessed with all the love, healing and wisdom that these sacred plant medicines have come to teach humankind. They are here to guide us, nourish us, love us and protect us on our journey into knowing.


Plant medicines aren't the way, but they know the way...and they'll tell us if we only really listen. Humans are inherently drawn to plant medicines of all kinds and abuse and die from them everyday because we haven't yet reached a level of consciousness that understands what these plants are really teaching us about ourselves and all of Creation. When you heal yourself, you heal all of existence.


Seek Balance, seek healing. This is why you are here now.






1 tbsp. hemp seed oil, 1 tbsp, evening primrose oil, 1 tbsp. macadamia nut oil, 1 tbsp. jojoba oil, 1 tbsp. olive oil, 1 tbsp. pumpkin seed oil, 1 tbsp. camellia seed oil, 2 tbsp. coconut oil, 1 tbsp cacao, mango or shea butter 1 gram of Rick Simpson Oil Cannabis Extract (RSO. Phoenix Tears, melted into oils), 2 tbsp. wax, 1 tsp. ucuuba butter, 1/2 tsp. borax, 9tbsp. Mount Shasta Headwaters, 1/8 tsp. vitamin E oil, 1/8 tsp mango extract 1/4 gram Hape', 1/8 gram Mapacho tobacco, 1 gram Mount Shasta Sage, 1 tbsp. Moonshine or other high quality alcohol, 70+ drops of Palo Santo, Sage, Frankincense, Myrrh, Sandalwood, Pink, Blue & White Lotus essential oils


In a saucepan (not aluminum or non-stick, as it has fluoride), heat the oils (with cannabis extract and ozonated oils mixed in AFTER the butters and waxes are just melted & UNDER 120 degrees!). Remove from heat before adding RSO, vitamin E & essential oils. In another saucepan, add the filtered Mapacho Headwaters and mix it with the mango extract and borax until just dissolved. When the oils begin to cool into a salve, pour the oil blend into a glass blender and turn on low. Pour the water blend into the swirling vortex and watch it transform into a creamy potion.


State your blessings and intentions for this medicine as you add in the vitamin E oil, Sacred Hape' medicine, Frankincense, Sage & Palo Santo essential oils. Store only in a glass container.


Use only organic, non-gmo, vegan ingredients for the highest quality potions. Blessings!

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