Medieval

The products in this category relate to the products I take to Medieval events on the basis that they:
~ were available in 14th Century Britain
~ have a medieval theme

They are not Historically Accurate, rather, Historically Approximate

The products in this category relate to the products I take to Medieval events on the basis that they:
~ were available in 14th Century Britain
~ have a medieval theme

They are not Historically Accurate, rather, Historically Approximate

The products in this category relate to the products I take to Medieval events on the basis that they:
~ were available in 14th Century Britain
~ have a medieval theme

They are not Historically Accurate, rather, Historically Approximate

  • $12.00
    Brass Bell 12cm tall
    $12.00

    A Brass Bell is a tool that creates an auspicious sound.  It is used for clearing energy, banish negative spirits.and for clearing the mind of distractions.

    Bells are used in Hinduism by the devotee as they enter the sanctum. By ringing the bell, the devotee informs the deity of their arrival.  The sound of the bell is said to assist the devotee’s mind with remaining focused on the deity and making the mind more receptive.

    In other faiths, bells are rung to call the faithful to their prayers and devotions. Thus the bell is used to call people together.

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  • $21.00
    Celtic Tree Journal
    $21.00
    Author/Illustrator: Lo Scarabeo
    Description:  Hardback journal with a magnet closure
    ISBN: 978-8-8652-7060-8
    Publisher: Lo Scarabeo, Jan 2012
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  • Charcoal Tablets
    $4.00
    Charcoal Tablets
    $4.00

    A Charcoal roll contains 10 individual tablets, with the tablet diameter being 25mm for R-Expo and 33mm for Swift-Lite.

    The charcoal tablet provides a heat source on which to smoulder your herbs and resins for a dramatic and atmospheric incense experience.

    How do you use the charcoal tablets?

    • Remove a tablet from the sealed roll and, holding with tongs, light the edge of the tablet with a lighter, match or candle.  The tablet will then light across its surface.  There may be some sparks, this is normal and is required to completely ignite the charcoal.
    • Place the lit tablet in a censer or heatproof dish.  Lightly sprinkle resins and/or herbs onto the tablet.  Do not smother the tablet.
    • As the resin smoulders, there will be a lot of smoke.  This is normal and part of the purpose of using this method.  Ensure adequate ventilation or use outside.  
    • Use tongs to scrape away the ash and add more resins/herbs.  Tablet will continue to burn for about 40 minutes.
    • The tablet should be left to burn out and cool in the censer.
    • If the tablet is to be extinguished before it is fully cooled then it should be placed in a container of water.

    Safety Warning: 

    • When the tablet has been lit, do not handle it with bare hands as it will cause burns.
    • Do not dispose of the ash remains in a bin as this may cause a fire.
    • Do not hold the tablet in your hand when lighting or when burning.
    • Keep out of reach of children.

    Safety Hint: 

    • Use stainless steel tongs to safely handle hot charcoal.
    • Always use on a heatproof surface. Keep away from flammable materials.

    Enjoy your personalised incense!

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  • $3.00
    Dried Herbs – bulk
    $3.00

    Since Time Immemorial, flowers, leaves, roots and stems were collected and used for scent, wellbeing and healing. Over time, knowledge about the properties of herbs was shared and improved to the understandings we have today.

    Herbs were used as incense, poultices, teas, infusions and talismans. They were used to heal the body and soothe the soul and were an integral ingredient in the workings of every healer and wise woman. You can enrich your practice by following simple recipes or creating your own blends.  The selection we offer here is a combination of those available in 14th Century Britain and those most commonly used today.  Potion Portions allow you to buy every herb you require, as well as the candles, charcoal disks and resins to accompany them. Happy Potioning!

    Credit:  Most of the information about the magical properties of each herb has been gleaned from Scott Cunninghams’s Encyclopedia of Magical Herbs.

    PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING:

    • These herbs are all dried herbs and are sold for incense or spellwork.  They have not been packaged or intended to be used for ingesting as teas or topical application via creams etc.
    • If this is your intended purchase, send us a message and we will arrange appropriate supply.
    • The descriptions provided include entertaining and historical use, not recommended use.
    • Always consult qualified practitioners in herbal medicine.
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  • $0.50$1.00
    Herbs in Potion Portions
    $0.50$1.00

    Since Time Immemorial, flowers, leaves, roots and stems were collected and used for scent, wellbeing and healing. Over time, knowledge about the properties of herbs was shared and improved to the understandings we have today.

    Herbs were used as incense, poultices, teas, infusions and talismans. They were used to heal the body and soothe the soul and were an integral ingredient in the workings of every healer and wise woman. You can enrich your practice by following simple recipes or creating your own blends.  The selection we offer here is a combination of those available in 14th Century Britain and those most commonly used today.  Potion Portions allow you to buy every herb you require, as well as the candles, charcoal disks and resins to accompany them. Happy Potioning!

    Credit:  Most of the information about the magical properties of each herb has been gleaned from Scott Cunninghams’s Encyclopedia of Magical Herbs.

    PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING:

    • These herbs are all dried herbs and are sold for incense or spellwork.  They have not been packaged or intended to be used for ingesting as teas or topical application via creams etc.
    • If this is your intended purchase, send us a message and we will arrange appropriate supply.
    • The descriptions provided include entertaining and historical use, not recommended use.
    • Always consult qualified practitioners in herbal medicine.
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  • Resin and Wood Incense
    $2.50$9.00
    Resin and Wood Incense
    $2.50$9.00

    Since Time Immemorial, resins from local trees were found to have sacred properties that assisted healers and spiritual leaders to create sacred space, clear and protect energy.  Mixed with flowers, leaves, roots or stems, blends have been created and used for scent, wellbeing and healing. Over time, knowledge about the properties of resins and herbs was shared and improved to the understandings we have today.

    Frankincense and Myrrh are the most commonly known sacred resins, but as our knowledge expands, so does the range of sacred herbs and resins.  It is beneficial to be aware of Culture and how we use sacred tools from cultures other than our own. Where possible, I will put the origins of the resins to assist with this. 

    PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING:

    • These resins are sold for incense or spellwork.  They have not been packaged or intended to be used for any other purpose.
    • The descriptions provided include entertaining and historical use, not recommended use.
    • Always consult qualified practitioners in herbal medicine.
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  • Resin Blend in a Tube Incense
    $15.00$80.00

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    Resin Blend in a Tube Incense
    $15.00$80.00

    Since Time Immemorial, resins from local trees were found to have sacred properties that assisted healers and spiritual leaders to create sacred space, clear and protect energy.  Mixed with flowers, leaves, roots or stems, blends have been created and used for scent, wellbeing and healing. Over time, knowledge about the properties of resins and herbs was shared and improved to the understandings we have today.

    Frankincense and Myrrh are the most commonly known sacred resins, but as our knowledge expands, so does the range of sacred herbs and resins.  It is beneficial to be aware of Culture and how we use sacred tools from cultures other than our own. Where possible, I will put the origins of the resins to assist with this. 

    PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING:

    • These resins are sold for incense or spellwork.  They have not been packaged or intended to be used for any other purpose.
    • The descriptions provided include entertaining and historical use, not recommended use.
    • Always consult qualified practitioners in herbal medicine.
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