|My mind just goes to wrong places when I think about Magic Butter.|
One, I live in Colorado where we have medical marijuana, and sort-of have recreational marijuana (large parts of the state is busy making sure that you can't buy it in their neighborhood).
Two, I write erotica--yes, go say Yecch! and complain to the world that I am a nasty person who should not be in Golden Dawn (exactly what do you want me to do for a living?).
Anyways, there is a point to all this...or at least, I think there is.
This botanical extractor makes medicinal butters, oils, and tinctures. And it costs one hundred and eighty dollars.
And I would need it why? (Yes, that is my point here.)
Oh, c'mon now--you thought it too.
All of us who have taken an alchemy class or an extended herb class know how to do this in our kitchens, right? Surely, I am not the only one that had a High Priestess cover the basics of this one, right? If hard pressed, I am quite sure that I could teach the method--and everyone knows that I am a lousy esoteric teacher--so I am quite sure that if you have someone in your lodge/Order who have taken a class, they can teach the class also. We should be knee deep in Golden Dawn magical butter, and probably are...
And if not, well, I guess you can buy a MB2...personally, I can't afford to buy one because my cats are eating me out of house and home.
But I will admit that I wonder how magical butter tastes on wheat-free toast.
|You can use Magic Butter to make yummy food.|