What’s another name for Witchy Woman? I need a moniker for Witchy Woman Mach II. Madam Woo? Helga Hufflepuff?
I thought my previous naturopath came up with some interesting ideas…take Indigo at dusk or dawn when the sky is indigo…but WW Mach II has a whole new level of weird for me.
On Thanksgiving Monday she wanted me to drop a poison ivy pellet into a glass of water, stir, then stick the spoon into an identical glass of water with no poison ivy and stir, then stick the spoon into a third identical glass of water and stir, stick the spoon into a fourth identical glass of water and stir, then into a 5th identical glass of water, stir, then take a few sips.
Seriously? If that isn’t bizarre I don’t know what is.
So, Thanksgiving Monday, when my family would be home… I said, “well…maybe not. They might lock me in a closet, never to be seen again. It will have to wait until Tuesday when no one can watch me”. Didn’t happen this a.m. Tomorrow maybe?
In the meantime, I need a new nickname for my naturopath (Witchy Woman’s been used). All suggestions gratefully appreciated….Hermione?
Wish me luck or magic!
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The homeopathic is actually called Rhus Tox, not poison ivy, but it is a poison ivy derivative.
Based on all that I’ve read on the internet (naturopathic info) I can’t find anything good about poison ivy.. I would not be doing it.