The Poison Path: Poison Plants of Appalachia // September 26th // 6-8:30 PM
The Poison Path, first coined by mystic plant man Dale Pendell, is a path of wortcunning that requires knowledge and respect for some of the more dangerous plants in our pantheons. While henbane, datura, mandrake and other Solanaceous plants often dominate these discussions, what bioregional plants occupy similar energies here in the Southern Appalachians? Plants like poke, mayapple and sassafras await us to show us that what can kill can also cure. This class is at the The Hawk and Hawthorne in Barnardsville, NC.