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Sacred Seeds

Earth Goddess - Painting by Renee New Hejazeen

The ceremony has a lot to
do with purification of the
patient. Chanlers say, "If
you haven't been purified—
cleanliness inside and out—
the Holy people won't come
near you."

-- A Night Way Chanler

Ethono Garden,Spiritual, Divination, Magico-religio Seeds & Gift Collections

These garden collections are bound to elicit enthusiasm and delight. These seeds have a profound spiritual and medicinal effect that is sacred! The gardener of rare and unusual flowers, the quirky historical “long ago” gardener, and the medicinal herb enthusiast will all find much here to pique the imagination and adorn the garden path.

Also see our medicinal herb seeds.

Most of these seeds are toxic when ingested, so please read for proper usage.

Note: A minimum order contains 3 packets of seeds as indicated.

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Angel Trumpet Tree, Red [Brugmansia sanguinea]


Folklore Info

Member of the magico-religio-therapeutic genus plants known as Dastura. Toxic. Do not take internally. Traditional medicinal uses include placing a folded leaf behind the ear to allay motion-sickness, or applying a fresh leaf poultice externally to allay the pain of rheumatic or glandular swellings. Leaves and seeds were once smoked with Mullein for treating asthma. These fast-growing plants prefer full sun and tend to perform better if somewhat water starved. Direct seed in warm, sunny location or start in green house in flats or pots. Toxic

Perennial Tree Datura. Native to high elevation sites in Ecuador. Extraordinary, bearing pendulous, 6-inch corollas, colored yellow and tinged with red at the apex. These grow well in cool, moist weather. Plant ½ inch deep. Provide bright light and warmth. So not over-water seeds or seedlings! Average germ 32 days. Will begin to produce flowers 5 months after the seed is planted. Protect from frost.

3 pkts, 30 seeds

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Beeji, Datura [Datura candida]


Folklore Info

Member of the magico-religio-therapeutic genus plants known as Dastura. Toxic. Do not take internally. Traditional medicinal uses include placing a folded leaf behind the ear to allay motion-sickness, or applying a fresh leaf poultice externally to allay the pain of rheumatic or glandular swellings. Leaves and seeds were once smoked with Mullein for treating asthma. These fast-growing plants prefer full sun and tend to perform better if somewhat water starved. Direct seed in warm, sunny location or start in green house in flats or pots. Toxic

Ayurveda Tradition
Annual. Native to Colombia. Rare. The many large, cream-colored flowers stand upright on the plant-chalices to the moon. Sibundoy tribe poison and narcotic used in divination, prophecy, and therapy. 3 pkts, 150 seeds
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Datura Chinese Datura Ferox

Datura, Chinese [Datura Ferox]


Folklore Info

Member of the magico-religio-therapeutic genus plants known as Dastura. Toxic. Do not take internally. Traditional medicinal uses include placing a folded leaf behind the ear to allay motion-sickness, or applying a fresh leaf poultice externally to allay the pain of rheumatic or glandular swellings. Leaves and seeds were once smoked with Mullein for treating asthma. These fast-growing plants prefer full sun and tend to perform better if somewhat water starved. Direct seed in warm, sunny location or start in green house in flats or pots. Toxic

Chinese Tradition
Annual. Native to China. The unripe fruits are used to produce the homeopathic mother tincture of Datura.

3 pkts, 60 seeds

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Datura Jimson Weed Blue Datura stramonium

Datura, Jimson Weed, Blue [Datura stramonium]


Folklore Info

Member of the magico-religio-therapeutic genus plants known as Dastura. Toxic. Do not take internally. Traditional medicinal uses include placing a folded leaf behind the ear to allay motion-sickness, or applying a fresh leaf poultice externally to allay the pain of rheumatic or glandular swellings. Leaves and seeds were once smoked with Mullein for treating asthma. These fast-growing plants prefer full sun and tend to perform better if somewhat water starved. Direct seed in warm, sunny location or start in green house in flats or pots. Toxic

[Thornapple]
Annual. Native to North America. Bears slender trumpet flowers of lilac blue, on compact bushes, stems purple.

3 pkts, 150 seeds

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Datura Jimson Weed White Datura stramonium

Datura, Jimson Weed, White [Datura stramonium]


Folklore Info

Member of the magico-religio-therapeutic genus plants known as Dastura. Toxic. Do not take internally. Traditional medicinal uses include placing a folded leaf behind the ear to allay motion-sickness, or applying a fresh leaf poultice externally to allay the pain of rheumatic or glandular swellings. Leaves and seeds were once smoked with Mullein for treating asthma. These fast-growing plants prefer full sun and tend to perform better if somewhat water starved. Direct seed in warm, sunny location or start in green house in flats or pots. Toxic

Annual. Bears slender trumpet flowers of pure white, compact bushes, stems green.

3 pkts, 150 seeds

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Datura Moonflower  Organic Datura innoxia

Datura, Moonflower - Organic [Datura innoxia]


Folklore Info

Member of the magico-religio-therapeutic genus plants known as Dastura. Toxic. Do not take internally. Traditional medicinal uses include placing a folded leaf behind the ear to allay motion-sickness, or applying a fresh leaf poultice externally to allay the pain of rheumatic or glandular swellings. Leaves and seeds were once smoked with Mullein for treating asthma. These fast-growing plants prefer full sun and tend to perform better if somewhat water starved. Direct seed in warm, sunny location or start in green house in flats or pots. Toxic

[Toloache]
Native to tropical America. Purple stemmed. The flowers emit narcotic odors that attract giant moths.

3 pkts, 60 seeds

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Devil’s Club [Oplopanax horridim]


Perennial rhizomatous shrub. Native to the Pacific Northwest, Awesomely spiny plant. A general adaptogen [similar to American Ginseng and Eleutherococcus]. Ant diabetic. Much-employed ritualistic herb, used in sweats and on vision quest. Provide a moist, cool and shady environment. Sow in the fall or early spring. Germinates in cold soils. Space plants 3 feet apart. Grows to 10 feet tall. Flowers green, Spotty germ

39 berries

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Elephant Creeper [Argyreia speciosa]


Morning Glory [Family: Convulvaceae]

Folklore Info

Flaring, funnel-shaped, tissue-thin flowers-a pleasure to gaze upon. The seeds have been used as sacraments by Shamans in native cultures including Hindu, Aztec, and Mazatac. Plants prefer morning sun and a trellis. Scarify the seeds and soak overnight in warm water before pushing directly into the prepared bed.

Nature to tropical India. The plant has fuzzy-white, long –stalked, 12 inch leaves and funnel-shaped, silky, raised purple flowers that blossoms on 2 year-old plant. Outrageous. In Ayurveda, the plant is deemed a valuable general antiseptic. Plant prefers part shade, a trellis, and rich soil. Nick seed and plant about ½ inch deep. Protect from frost.

3 pkts, 30 seeds

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Four Sisters Collection


Collection of Native American Seeds

Honoring the food crops of the First Nations peoples-all organically grown, plant to the four directions.

1 pkt. each of Beans, Scarlet Runner; Corn, Sweet Red; Fennel, Bulbing; Goldenberry, Peruvian; Purslane; Sunflower, Fat Mama.

4 pkts

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Garden of the Druids


Invoking the Magic of the Old World May your garden be as durable as a bough of Holly and as pure as the dew. 1 pkt. each of: Angelica, Official; Vervain, Blue; Bilberry; Holly; Meadowsweet; Lady's Mantle. 6 pkts
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Hawaiian Baby Woodrose [Argyreia nervosa]


Morning Glory [Family: Convulvaceae]

Folklore Info

Flaring, funnel-shaped, tissue-thin flowers-a pleasure to gaze upon. The seeds have been used as sacraments by Shamans in native cultures including Hindu, Aztec, and Mazatac. Plants prefer morning sun and a trellis. Scarify the seeds and soak overnight in warm water before pushing directly into the prepared bed.

Native to India and escaped in Hawaii. Leaves, stems and seeds covered with a dense white down. Produces clusters of bright pink trumpet flowers that when dried resemble flowers carved of mahogany [thus the “wood rose” adage]. Entheogenic activity of seeds id 10 times greater than “Heavenly Blues”. Plant prefers part shade, a trellis, and rich soil. Nick seed and plant ½ inch deep. Protect from frost.

3 pkts, 60 seeds

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Lady’s Mantle [Alchemilla vulgaris]


Folklore Info

Perennial ground cover. Native to Europe, temperate Asia, and North America. Richly-scalloped, deep-green leaves funnel and collect dewdrops that magnify and glisten in the morning light. Tea useful for treating PMS or menopausal-type mood swings, and in fact in every way it has an affinity to women. Beyond the physical aspect, it can be a potent, strengthening ally on the spiritual level. Plant prefers partial shade to full sun; moisture. Short lived seed. Light dependent germinator. Sow in the Fall or early Spring. Oscillating temperatures preferred. Germ in 15 to 22 days. Plant 1 foot apart. Flowers yellow to 1 foot. Excellent bedding plant.

3 pkts, 300 seeds

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Lakshmana [Ipomoea muricata]


Morning Glory [Family: Convulvaceae]

Folklore Info

Flaring, funnel-shaped, tissue-thin flowers-a pleasure to gaze upon. The seeds have been used as sacraments by Shamans in native cultures including Hindu, Aztec, and Mazatac. Plants prefer morning sun and a trellis. Scarify the seeds and soak overnight in warm water before pushing directly into the prepared bed.

Perennial vining climber to 30 feet. Native to Eastern India and Bangladesh. Rare climber sporting unusual aerial rootless and white, funnel-shaped blossoms in the second year. According to Vedic myth and Hindu practice, the plant is an aphrodisiac and mystically used in tantric lovemaking. Salve rubbed into the forehead [third eye].

3 pkts, 60 seeds

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Lettuce Wild Lactuca virosa

Lettuce, Wild [Lactuca virosa]


[Lettuce Opium]

Folklore Info

Biennial. Native to Europe. Young plants of giant Wild Lettuce are a good ingredient for heroic salads. Mature plants yield lactucarium, a mild sedative, antitussive, and analgesic sap. Black seeded. Sow Spring or Fall. Flowers yellow to 6 feet.

3 pkts, 300 seeds

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Lotus, Sacred White [Nelumbo nucifera]


These seeds are from India. Not cold hardy in places where the water freezes. All parts of the plant are used medicinally. The seed is demulcent and nutritive. The flowers are cooling and sedative. The root is also a demulcent. The leaves are made into an astringent poultice.

3 pkts, 21 seeds

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Morning Glory, Heavenly Blue [Ipomoea tricolor]


Morning Glory [Family: Convulvaceae]

Folklore Info

Flaring, funnel-shaped, tissue-thin flowers-a pleasure to gaze upon. The seeds have been used as sacraments by Shamans in native cultures including Hindu, Aztec, and Mazatac. Plants prefer morning sun and a trellis. Scarify the seeds and soak overnight in warm water before pushing directly into the prepared bed.

Native to Mexico. Stunning light blue beauties unfold in the morning and disappear by dusk. This is the species best adapted for temperate gardens.

3 pkts, 150 seeds

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Native American Spirit Plants Collection


These go out with our prayers for world peace.

1 pkt each of Sage, Cleveland [Fragrant Sage]; Mint, Mountain; Osha; Sagebrush; Spikenard, California; Sage, White; Tobacco, Hopi; Tobacco, Huichol. Total of 8 pkts.

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Old World Medicinal - Herbs from the Cauldron


Properly used and in the hands of a true healer, these heroic plants can ease pain and banish suffering. Toxic

1 pkt each of : Aconite, Monkshood; Belladonna; Datura, Jimson Weed, Blue; Henbane; Mandrake officinalis; Poppy, Zahir. Total of 6 pkts.

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Ololiuqui [Rivea corymbosa]


Morning Glory [Family: Convulvaceae]

Folklore Info

Flaring, funnel-shaped, tissue-thin flowers-a pleasure to gaze upon. The seeds have been used as sacraments by Shamans in native cultures including Hindu, Aztec, and Mazatac. Plants prefer morning sun and a trellis. Scarify the seeds and soak overnight in warm water before pushing directly into the prepared bed.

Native to Central and South America and Oceana. Rare Shamanistic vine bearing multitudes of trumpet-shaped flowers-white corollas with purplish-red interior.

3 pkts, 60 seeds

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Railway Creeper [Ipompea palmate]


Morning Glory [Family: Convulvaceae]

Folklore Info

Flaring, funnel-shaped, tissue-thin flowers-a pleasure to gaze upon. The seeds have been used as sacraments by Shamans in native cultures including Hindu, Aztec, and Mazatac. Plants prefer morning sun and a trellis. Scarify the seeds and soak overnight in warm water before pushing directly into the prepared bed.

Native to India. Fast green cover producing its deep-throated purple trumpet flowers in 100 days.

3 pkts, 90 seeds

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