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The Poison Path Herbal PDF-A guide to safely working with the poisonous plants of the witches’ pharmacopoeia for magic, healing, and visions 

• Explains how to work with baneful herbs through rituals and spells, as plant spirit familiars, as potent medicines, and as visionary substances

• Details the spiritual, alchemical, astrological, and symbolic associations of each plant, its active alkaloids, how to safely cultivate and harvest it, and rituals and spells suited to its individual nature and powers

• Shares plant alchemy methods, magical techniques, and recipes featuring the plants, including a modern witches’ flying ointment

Part grimoire and part herbal formulary, this guide to the Poison Path of occult herbalism shares history, lore, and information regarding the use of poisonous, consciousness-altering, and magical plants. Author Coby Michael explains how, despite their poisonous nature, baneful herbs can become powerful plant allies, offering potent medicine, magical wisdom, and access to the spirit realm.

Detailing the spiritual, alchemical, astrological, and symbolic associations of each plant, the author explores their magical uses in spells and rituals. He focuses primarily on the nightshade family, or Solanaceae, such as mandrake, henbane, and thorn apple, but also explores plants from other families such as wolfsbane, hemlock, and hellebore. He also examines plants in the witch’s pharmacopoeia that are safer to work with and just as chemically active, such as wormwood, mugwort, and yarrow.

The author shares rituals suited to the individual nature and powers of each plant and explains how to attract and work with plant spirit familiars. He offers plant alchemy methods for crafting spagyric tinctures and magical techniques to facilitate working with these plants as allies and teachers. He shares magical recipes featuring the plants, including a modern witches’ flying ointment. He also explores safely cultivating baneful herbs in a poison garden.

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The Poison Path Herbal PDF is one of the best medical books for students and professionals on the subject of pharmacology. It is a must download.

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The Poison Path Herbal PDF

Coby Michael is an herbalist and occultist specializing in plants that are poisonous, intoxicating and aphrodisiac. The plants are known as entheogens, and they have been used for millennia for spiritual purposes. Coby is an expert in the history, folklore and traditional use of plants that were revered for their magical properties. Coby is a blogger, teacher and business owner. Coby runs The Poisoner’s Apothecary where he creates herbal formulas and magical artifacts inspired by the plants he works with. Coby writes for The House of Twigs and Patheos Pagan, and has contributed extensively to Valdosta University’s archives. He has a background in religious studies and medicinal herbalism.

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  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Park Street Press (October 26, 2021)
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • Paperback ‏ : ‎ 256 pages
  • International Standard Book Number-10 ‏ : ‎ 1644113341
  • International Standard Book Number-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-1644113349
  • Item Weight ‏ : ‎ 15.8 ounces
  • Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 6 x 0.7 x 9 inches
  • Book Name : The Poison Path Herbal PDF

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Top reviews

Colleen Creech “I have been waiting to get my hands on a copy of this book for a bit and MAN was the wait worth it!
I’ve purchased other material done by him so it was great seeing it all summed up in one place as a reference I could use with my craft.
This book had a ton of information if your new to the poison path or a veteran who just wants to refresh on their material.
5/5 would read again!
Frederick Salvato “There is no shortage of classes or books on herbal correspondences, spells, and frankly absurd tales that are as baseless and misrepresentative of the ancient wisdom as most of what pop-culture witchcraft attempts to pass-off these days.

Many books seem to be written by seemingly sacrosanct pop-culture figures, who somewhere along the line began to buy into their own publicity and hype.

Not so with Coby Michael’s brilliant work, The Poison Path Herbal: Baneful Herbs, Medicinal Nightshades, and Ritual Entheogens.

Having followed his social media posts for some time, I already admired the integrity and ethics the author demonstrates, but I was frankly and pleasantly blown away by the depth of his knowledge, research and thorough exposition in this book!

Combining a solid understanding of the occult history and application of entheogenic ritual and correspondence with a keen, often overlooked understanding of cultivating relationships with our plant-spirit allies; the author goes a step further and demonstrates a refreshing knowledge of herbalism in an easy-to-read format.

This means many of the dangers of jumping into working with potentially deadly or dangerous plants are immediately discussed, making the approach safer and more sensible than most of the other books in this genre.

Having worked with entheogenic plants, and as a practitioner of the poison path for a little over 35 years now, I’ve never favourably reviewed any of the other books I’ve seen in publication; not because they are necessarily poorly written, but because they were dangerously incomplete.

Coby Michael leaves all of that out of the mix, and presents a book that is part research material, part herbal compendium and part grimoire, and that makes it comprehensive and invaluable.

I’m now using it as a required-reading resource material for my students in our mystery school, and recommending it to fellow practitioners the world over.There is no shortage of classes or books on herbal correspondences, spells, and frankly absurd tales that are as baseless and misrepresentative of the ancient wisdom as most of what pop-culture witchcraft attempts to pass-off these days.

Many books seem to be written by seemingly sacrosanct pop-culture figures, who somewhere along the line began to buy into their own publicity and hype.

Not so with Coby Michael’s brilliant work, The Poison Path Herbal: Baneful Herbs, Medicinal Nightshades, and Ritual Entheogens.

Having followed his social media posts for some time, I already admired the integrity and ethics the author demonstrates, but I was frankly and pleasantly blown away by the depth of his knowledge, research and thorough exposition in this book!

Combining a solid understanding of the occult history and application of entheogenic ritual and correspondence with a keen, often overlooked understanding of cultivating relationships with our plant-spirit allies; the author goes a step further and demonstrates a refreshing knowledge of herbalism in an easy-to-read format.

This means many of the dangers of jumping into working with potentially deadly or dangerous plants are immediately discussed, making the approach safer and more sensible than most of the other books in this genre.

Having worked with entheogenic plants, and as a practitioner of the poison path for a little over 35 years now, I’ve never favourably reviewed any of the other books I’ve seen in publication; not because they are necessarily poorly written, but because they were dangerously incomplete.

Coby Michael leaves all of that out of the mix, and presents a book that is part research material, part herbal compendium and part grimoire, and that makes it comprehensive and invaluable.

I’m now using it as a required-reading resource material for my students in our mystery school, and recommending it to fellow practitioners the world over.”

Morris “

I’ve been waiting for this book to come out for a while! I’ve had the pleasure of taking Coby’s classes and this book complements everything I have learned from Coby. It is worth the purchase and is very detailed and covers subjects that have not been covered in other books. I am not sure what the previous reviewer was speaking of, because I have a LOT of herbal books and I can assure you that he has covered a lot of material that I haven’t seen before.
Ann “I was honestly VERY excited for this book to come out. I had some serious hopes for it.

What i did not realize at first, was the author is also a merchant of these admitted VERY toxic plants and extracts on the website of the same name as the book. First huge red flag, still wanted to give it a shot. This however, is the point i removed my pre-order from amazon, and decided to dig deeper.

Finally, the book hits the shelves at a local metaphysical store. A real life friend and associate from college was the one who had recommended this book and author to me, and he’s a brilliant mind when it comes to the world of ethnobotany, so even with the first red flag in mind, i rushed down and bought the book.

After spending less than an hour reading, i was already very let down. Most of this information is essentially paraphrased plagiarism on source materials used, all packed in a VERY infomercial like way to market his business of vending these (mostly) deadly plant species.

I understand that these things approached with respect, intelligence, and maturity can be amazing spiritual tools. However, i can see this book being the cause of more than a couple young lives lost in a misguided sense of knowledge delivered by a very irresponsibly writer.

If i could give 0 stars, I would. Very bad form.”

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