Marion Hearth founded Goddess Ghee in 2015 as an answer to a call to create and share her gifts with her community. Working solo until 2018, Marion expanded the Goddess Ghee team, a process she called "weaning her three-year-old." Ghee is an Ayurvedic medicine, made by slowly simmering butter creating "pure butter oil," loaded with vitamins A, D, E and K.
In the shop, you will find many different flavors of Goddess Ghee as well as their delicious Elderberry Syrup.
Jennifer Suess of Blue Lotus Design Studios works out of her home studio in the Blue Ridge Mountains. She says her biggest inspiration is found in the beauty of nature, "especially rock formations, flowing water, and oh, the trees!" Jennifer's primary medium is wire-wrapping, and she says each stone speaks to her and allows her to intuitively create each piece.
In the shop, you will find her gorgeous handmade necklaces, made distinct by her delicate chains, adorned with gemstone beads.
Justine Briggs is an occult visionary artist using watercolor and ink. Justine's mission is to "visualize the intangible shared experiences of the human creature." Many of Justine's pieces pay homage to the mystique and beauty of the feminine form.
In the shop, you will find Justine's unframed prints in various sizes, as well as a selection of framed archival prints.
Sarah M. Chappell is an intuitive counselor and herbalist, weaving her use of tarot, flower essences, and elixir-making to create a healing framework. Sarah creates alcohol-free remedies, making her herbal creations accessible to those who abstain from alcohol use. Sarah is the host of the podcast "So You Wanna Be A Witch," which ranks in the Top 20 Spirituality podcasts on iTunes.
In the shop, you will find her delicious herbal remedies, such as her most popular, Calm the Fuck Down!
Brit Josa offers goods made from seasonal plants, flowers and trees. She carefully and intentionally crafts items for use in ceremony. All the plants she uses are wildcrafted or locally sourced from gardens and farmers in the Appalachian Mountains. In addition to creating her product line, Brit hosts a variety of workshops in the community, like making your own incense and more.
In the shop, you will find her popular Burning Bouquets, various herb bundles, as well as her Herbal Smokes, an uplifting alternative to cigarettes.
Abby Artemisia of The Wander School is an herbalist, botanist and forager, who set out to turn her passion into a career. She offers plant walks, property surveys, herbalism classes, workshops, as well as an herbal product line. Recently, Abby published her first book, "The Herbal Handbook for Homesteaders: Farmed and Foraged Herbal Remedies and Recipes."
Autumn Austin of Journey There Wands is a therapist and Reiki Master, who studied Shamanism and Evolutionary Spirituality for many years. One day, as she was picking up sticks in her yard, Autumn felt the call from Spirit to begin intuitively crafting wands. Autumn said her style has "changed some overtime, but I am always amazed at what gets created when I'm in the flow of Spirit."
In the shop, you will find a selection of her rattles, wands and necklaces, crafted out of rare woods; crystals; cruelty-free feathers, bones and more.
Bee Symmetry Pyrography is a small, woman-owned business run by Bee Locke in the Appalachian Mountains. Combining a love for the natural world and a love for creating woodburned art, each one-of-a-kind design is drawn and burned by hand in her home studio. Bee discovered her love for pyrography in 2009, falling in love with "the versatility of woodburning, the wonderful aroma of smoke, the rich sepia tones it produced."
In the shop, you will find a selection of her one-of-a-kind works, like medicine boxes, earrings and picture frames.
Amy Metsker of Goddessa Jewels is a "metalsmith and reiki master capturing the Earth's gifts through art jewelry, creating amulets to inspire and empower your inner Goddess." Her love for stones and fascination with metal has been the inspiration to study metalsmithing and create wearable works of art for the last 10 years. Amy's jewelry features semi-precious and precious stones set with intricate wire-wrapping and metalsmith techniques in brass, copper and sterling silver.
In the shop, you will find a selection of her necklaces and earrings, as well as ornate metal crowns.
In 1986, Yolanda Martinez received a message from Great Spirit: "Make drums." She listened by crafting her first drum in 1987. Yet, Yolanda's mission was not complete. Spirit called out to her again, urging her to continue. Thus, her company Legends Alive was born. Yolanda aims to make drums that "wake up the soul, balance and connect you with Earth Mother's rhythms in nature: her heartbeat and song."
In the shop, you will find a selection of her Elk Skin Drums.
"Hanami" is a Japanese word that means "flower viewing" and refers to the act of appreciating the beauty of spring cherry blossoms. Hanami Tea is an independent tea company operating in Asheville, NC. Kathryn started the company after 3 years of training at our local tea house. Kathryn "creates the blends based on herbal knowledge and creative intuition, to inspire people with divine, beautiful, kick-ass female role models."
In the shop, you will find the full line of Hanami's Goddess Herbal Tea Blends, inspired by goddesses from around the world.
Life-changing transitions led Mandy Overstreet of Mandelin Naturals to share her passion of all-natural, chemical-free skin care products to help heal the body from the inside out. Your skin is the largest organ in your body, and Mandy's philosophy is that you should treat it with the best possible products available. Mandy designs products to treat a variety of skin issues as well as products ideal for aromatherapy and relaxation.
In the shop, you will find a wide variety of her skin care products, like bath bombs, bath salts, body oils, soaps and more.