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**Herbalism**; *n*, The study of the use of plants and fungi, including their uses in medicines and pharmacology, and their use in religious, spiritual, and magickal rites. --- This is a subreddit for the discussion, identification, habitats, preparations, uses and lore of plants and fungi, both common and rare. These plants and fungi are often written under the broad title "herb", though many are not herbaceous. We welcome discussion of both hard scientific and ritualistic usages.
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Permaculture (Permanent-Culture): A practical design philosophy intended to help us live and prosper in an environment, while working with nature in a positive way, using solutions based on careful observation of natural ecosystems and common sense. This can include food and energy production, shelter, resource management, nature conservation and community living. You can find our wiki here https://www.reddit.com/r/Permaculture/wiki/index
Wicca is a neopagan religion based on ancient pagan beliefs. It's an earth-based religion that believes in a God and Goddess as representative of a greater pantheistic godhead. Wicca includes a system of ethics and teaches that we all are ultimately responsible for our own actions. We believe in gods. We believe in magic. We believe in multiple realities. We practice alone, or in groups. We practice witchcraft.
A subreddit for pagans r/paganism is a community focused on the discussion and observance of any and all belief systems that may be classified as a pagan faith. We are an all-inclusive community first and foremost, and seek to maintain a modern day coalition of many belief systems around the world.
For tarot enthusiasts of all experience levels and belief systems. Beginners, professionals and skeptics welcome! Discuss the history of tarot cards, learn about tarot theory, compare reading techniques, and more. Whether you believe in divination or just want to learn more about yourself, you have a place in r/tarot.
This purpose of this community is to explore human energy in all of its facets. Out of body experiences, energy healing, energetic connections between people, psychic work and everything in between. This is a community about helping people explore, stretch and document their experiences as well as learn new ways and avenues to explore.
Ponds, barns, livestock, gardens, food preservation, fishing, hunting, tractors, pigs, chickens, cattle, worms, 4H, permaculture, organic, grazing, canning, aquaculture, trees, woodland, farmers, agriculture, agronomy, horticulture, wwoofers, bees, honey, wildcrafting, dairy, goats, nuts, berries, vegetables, sustainability, off grid, wood stoves, chainsaws, wood heat, tools, welding, green woodworking, farmers markets, composting toilets, straw bale homes, cob building...
For people who enjoy both gardening and drugs. A subreddit dedicated to people who have there own drug gardens. Hunting ethnobotanicles is also encouraged. Pictures and discussions. Plants, cactus, mushrooms, herbs, and others are welcome. Examples: morning glory, peyote, San Pedro, datura, Hawaiian baby woodrose, mimosa hostilis, etc. If you don't see your submission or have a problem feel free to message the moderators.
Ethnobotany is often thought of as the study of how humans (particularly indigenous or pre-industrial humans) have used plants. r/ethnobotany is a place to discuss information relating to the broader topic of plant use by humans, with a focus on sustainable uses. These uses include food, medicine, drugs, habitat, ecopsychology, and many others. Join us to learn more about how you can use plants more in your life!
Welcome! Join us for friendly discussions, questions, stories, tips, and inspiration on a wide variety of homestead topics. From gardens, herbs, orchards, to chickens, goats, llamas, alpacas, sheep, cows, bees, aquaponics, to cooking, fermenting, brewing, canning, to hunting, foraging, fishing, to home construction, cob, straw bale, insulated concrete, solar, arduino - and more. We're here to learn, and to share what we've learned!