Fomalhaut Steep + Smoke
$33.00 – $60.00
100% ingredients (organic or wildcrafted): Three types of Tulsi, Blue Lotus, Ashwagandha Root, Gotu Kola, Cornflowers, Vervain, Yarrow Flower, Horehound, Lemon Balm, Catnip, Artichoke, Blessed Thistle, Eucalyptus, Hops Flowers, White lotus, St. John’s Wort, Dulse.
Ritually combined and fumigated with frankincense during Sphere Sundry’s Fomalhaut-Jupiter election.
One my * VERY FAVORITE * Steep + Smoke blends (special shoutout to Deneb Algedi’s, which is also excellent!).
Wonderful for deep work and socializing alike…
Can create a floating or “sea legs” sensation…
Steep and add to floor washes or baths.
Use as an herbal smoking blend (pairs well with Mother Mary Jane…).
Offered in your selection of 2 oz clear top tin for $33, or 4 oz for $60.
Note: While this contains nothing inedible or poisonous, it was not created in a commercial kitchen to GMP standards, so it is not suitable or intended for consumption. Keep this (and all our wares) out of reach of children. Do not use while pregnant or trying to get pregnant. Any internal consumption undertaken at the user’s sole risk and liability.
|0.80 × 0.80 × 2 in
Night of Monday, June 28th 2021. Hour of Jupiter. Chart in image gallery.
2.5 oz, 4 oz
Yes — contains NO animal ingredients
Because of a sensitivity to hops, I only used this materia as a weak tea. It pairs well with Mary Jane and meditative (especially walking meditation) or creative endeavors. Even relaxing with a coloring book on a dreary, rainy day is made more interesting with the addition of Fomalhaut.
Lovely as a tea - I sometimes mix it with extra blue lotus (which it contains) in order to make the pot last longer. A good steep and smoke to have on hand for divination or meditation.
One of my first steep & smokes, the tea is reminiscent of the ocean, best served with a little honey. I like to keep a steaming cup as a welcome companion when writing - especially journalling or when drawing on old memories. Now that I think on it, this would be a brilliant tool for soul retrieval work.
I’ve worked with several steep + smokes and this one is by far my favorite (so far). A little goes a long way, as is often the case with Kaitlin’s work, so even though I use it often the tin is still SO full! Always smooth, sometimes a little trippy, I pair it with MJ and have had excellent results.
I love steep + smokes since I do regularly commune with Mother Mary Jane. This blend in particular has an excellent texture that burns so smooth and evenly, and is very easy to stuff into pre rolled cones. I find the energy great for studying magic and divining with spirits.
This blend is powerful journeying support. Easy to go into trance so I prefer to use it before sleep for dream work. A little goes a long way. Experimenting with higher tea concentration for stronger effect gave stomach upset instead. Will be playing with smoking it instead.
This is the first steep & smoke I’ve used as a loose leaf tea and I was nervous about trying it. I let it steep for a long time (20 minutes) and I would suggest not having it steep that long. Even through the slight bitterness I could tell was from oversteeping, this was DELICIOUS. I wanted to drink all of the tea I made, but I had to stop because I felt the effects and knew consuming more would be dicey. The sensation was a bit like a woozy feeling without nausea. Like being on a boat, but somehow feeling rooted to the earth. Great for taste and magick!
Excellent smoke blend. Gave light to knowledge buried in recesses not always easy to access.
The first time I tried this tea I was with friends and we ended up having the most beautiful conversation about such ethereal things that are normally so difficult to put into words I don’t dare to summarize here. Typically I leave conversations where I attempt to articulate such things a little self-conscious, but this time left me so happy, seen, and full of even more wonder. The room felt like it was in a gentle haze. I remember thinking ‘this is what I’d WISHED drugs would be like as a little Pisces teenager’. This was months ago and I still think of revaluations from that conversation all the time!