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my pregnant friend’s gone into labor - anyone have any ideas for a distance grid to help her? I have quartz, amethyst, rose quartz, citrine (it’s dyed quartz though, I’m pretty sure), aventurine, and blue calcite.

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" If we Pagans, honor nature, yet neglect humanity, we are no better than those who still follow the creeds we walked away from "
Anonymous:  Are there any diet restrictions with being a "green witch", a Druid, anything that deals with respecting nature and the natural world? I am a recovering anorexic and putting restrictions on certain things I can eat (meat, primarily) really is a huge slippery slope for me :/ I just don't want to be "left out" because some lifestyle aspects aren't necessarily the most sustainable (Im aware of the problems and consequences with/surrounding the processed meat industry) BUT mental health comes first

thepaganstudygrouppage:

There are no diet restrictions for being a green witch. Restrictions on such matters are typically self-imposed, rather than set rules. I’m uncertain if Druids have a diet restriction because I have never heard of one. I believe you should go with what is best for you. You can be environmentally-conscience by buying organic foods, humanely-handled meats, and just living as works best for you.

You come first. Take care of yourself, always.

-Lavender

there are no official diet restrictions for druids (some specific groves and orders may have their own guidelines, but on the whole…). however, due to their relationship with nature, many choose to be vegetarian/vegan/locavores. I personally eat meat and animal products but source them all from ethical and local sources, but it’s up to the individual. :-)

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duskenpath:

duskenpath:

So I’m back from wildlife rehab day 1 and I have to ask a question

I was wearing latex powdered gloves for roughly 4 hours and it was uncomfortable because my hands felt sweaty, but when I took them off finally at the end, the first two fingers of my right hand swelled up almost immediately and…

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yeah I mean I won’t lie and say powdered gloves never did anything to me, I routinely get extremely dry and kind of a special kind of warm irritation after but this is the first time I’ve really worn them for 4 hours straight in a very warm room so I have my suspicions Technically the other right hand fingers are slightly swollen but not nearly as marked as my first two I’m over here like maybe when I had to push fairly hard on huge plunger of the needles and the feeding tube syringe using only my first two fingers to brace it really put me in contact with the powder or something But I’m not kidding I have have an entire host of strange rashes, swelling, random hives, redness and irritation, you name it I have it and it’s literally nothing anyone can figure out besides I’m a fucking ginger and we have allergies and skin irritation for everything on the planet I mean if I eat a non organic plum, peach, strawberry, blueberry or other skinned fruit my lips swell up like balloons, it’s attractive

I feel you man, I’m ginger and just have hives appear completely randomly on my body, and some materials cause me to break out in rashes about 30% of the time, but I’m never sure which time haha. Forever trying ‘alternatives’

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