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Teak- Magically under the radar..

I’ve been crafting a few snippet profiles on the other social media outlets as I set the remainder of the workshop time for the year. 

Teak. Many visualizations come to mind for a wood that is prized in wood working. In wandmaking, Teak hovers under the radar at times. A surprisingly strong willed, and magical wood. Both genuine, old growth teak as well as its plantation counterpart (most often used around here for growth/harvest management) offer an energy that often out performs others. Teak is highly feminine in nature and associated with Water which can provide its own duality in personality. Teak is highly protective, resistant to unwanted energies and excels at both spiritual and physical healing. Experienced Wandsmiths know it’s true value, and also its ancient roots in many Asian cultures which attempt, rightfully so, to protect Teaks’ sacredness. In the workshop, it has been the summer of Teak. I’ve humbly received a nice stock and will undoubtedly pursue a small quantity more for this seasons work. Wood: Teak Origin: parts of Africa and Asia Class: Master Balance: F Association: water Energy Rating: 8/10 

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