Wild Medicine Bundle

Wild Medicine Bundle

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The Lughnasa Wild Medicine Bundle is now closed. Please check back for Mabon! 

The Celtic festival of Lughnasa marks the transition between summer and harvest season. It's a festival in honor of the Sun, light, and the crops, literal and metaphoric, that have been sown and will be gathered very soon. For the ancient Celts, August meant the goddess was in her Mother form, her womb producing berries, fruits, grains, and the most potent herbs. Her companion, the sun god, burns hot, fiery, and dry, and the Celts called him Lugh. 

The Lughnasa Wild Medicine Bundle is crafted with the first fruits of the harvest (Blackberries, Blueberries, Bilberries), garden herbs (Thyme, Hyssop, and Sage), and St. Joan's Wort, all associated with potent Solar magic!

The Wild Medicine Bundle contains 5 full-sized items, one for each element:

  • Air - a ritual room + body mist
  • Fire - a large beeswax candle
  • Water - a seasonally-inspired blend of tea
  • Earth + Spirit - mystery items

Order your Bundle by July 26 to be a Lughnasa Medicine Keeper + receive it by Lughasa (August 1). After July 26, the Wild Medicine Bundle goes away forever!

As a Medicine Keeper for the bundle, you receive:

  • 5 full-size products for wholesale prices.
  • an e-book with descriptions and uses for each item, plus additional recipes and ideas for working with seasonal plants + energies.
  • a recorded, guided journey.
  • samples of other Wild Grace Apothecary products.

Subscribe to receive your Wild Medicine Bundle every 6 weeks for each festival in the Wheel of the Year! You'll get 10% off every bundle, along with the other perks as a Medicine Keeper, extra surprises and ritual tools, and you can cancel any time.*

*Due to the handmade nature of the bundles, please cancel your subscription by the date at which orders need to be placed.

Customer Love:

"I keep meaning to email you to let you know what a thoroughly beautiful experience receiving these bundles and your thoughts on each has been. It has connected me to the year and to nature and to my ancestral spirituality in a way that has been so lovely and so unexpected." - JM, Minnesota