This ointment contains the powerhouse, Solanaceae properties of Datura Inoxia, Atropa Belladonna, Mandrake, and Black Henbane, as well as organic, yellow beeswax, ethically sourced poplar buds, and organic sunflower oil. Solanaceae relieves chronic pain, joint pain, nerve pain, muscle spasms and cramps, anxiety, issues with sleep, and can aid in restoring lost libido.
Before modern day witches realized the health benefits of certain "baneful" herbs, legends spoke of "flying ointments". The most recognizable, stereotypical image of a witch, brings to mind a pointed hat and broomstick. The second, most certainly, is the visual of an old hag, stirring up a boiling brew. It makes one think, what exactly were those witches brewing? In the 1600s, there were reports of witches flying on their broomsticks, and talk of “flying ointments” followed suit.
Hallucinogenic plant use for shamanic reasons, has a long history. In medieval Europe, it was very easy to get your hands on a hallucinogenic plant. Easy-to-get hallucinogenic plants included deadly nightshade, henbane, and mandrake, and are typically the herbs most often spoken of, in the history of flying ointments.
According to an observation in 1966 from Gustav Schenk, the ointment, referred to as a tropane alkaloid hallucinogen (derived from the henbane and nightshade), caused one’s body to feel separated from the individual; the user would endure intoxicating sensations, including a sensation akin to flying. To many, this offers a simple explanation to where the term "flying ointment" originated.
Before use (for any intent), if you are pregnant or nursing, contact a medical professional. Do not use this ointment in addition to any medicines containing atropine. Do not use if you have liver, heart, or kidney issues, or if you have glaucoma. Do not allow this ointment to come into contact with mucous membranes. Keep away from pets and children.
Full effects can take up to 2 hours after application.
30 ml of this product.
Shelf life is up to 5 years after purchase.