Cleaning Out!

On Saturday, I said I was going to play in the shop. What started out as a “take the top layer of dirt off so I can stand it” turned into a weekend-long, full-blown reorganization of my work bench and storage shelves. (On the plus side, I found a half jar of a cream I use for the psoriasis I get in the winter … I don’t have to make any!)

I may not have done anything herbal-wise but by late yesterday afternoon, everything was sparkling again and I felt a sense of accomplishment coming from not only me but the (2+ pounds of) dried Rosemary I finally stripped from its branches & put into storage. There was almost a sigh of relief there.

It’s been two years since I closed my store and I was amazed at all the crap stuff I still have on the shelves. I’m posting it all here in the hopes someone might want it. First, I have other things to do with that space; second, I’ll just have to dust it all again; and third, I really hate it when things don’t get used. It’s all new and unused. I’ll also say I suck at taking photographs.


Amber Round bottle with dropper:

1 Ounce  90¢ each quantity available: 30

2 Ounce $1.00 each quantity available: 10  GONE TO GOOD USE





1/2 ounce clear bottle with green top

50¢ each quantity available: 25





Jewelry Box 4″ x 5.5″

50¢ each quantity available: 62







Muslin Drawstring Bag  3-1/4″ x 5″

15¢ each quantity available: 300




WP_20130225_002[1]Red Zebra Agate Mortar & Pestle approximately 4″ x 4″ (I love mine)

I’ll warn you, these puppies are heavy … almost 3 pounds without packaging

$10.00 each quantity available: 3








BOOKSone each

Cunningham's Encyclopedia of Magical HerbsScott Cunningham’s Encyclopedia of Magical Herbs $9.25

Magical Herbalism: The Secret Craft of the WiseScott Cunningham’s Magical Herbalism $7.75

Front CoverDavid Hoffman’s The Herbal Handbook $10.00 GONE TO GOOD USE

Jude's Herbal Home Remedies: Natural Health, Beauty & Home-Care Secrets Jude Todd’s Jude’s Herbal Home Remedies $10.00

If you’re interested in any of it, send me an email, I’ll calculate shipping & send you a Paypal invoice. Saying one bottle costs ‘x’ to mail and then multiplying it out doesn’t work. I’d rather you pay exact postage.

Help a girl out, won’t ya?