Frigg, also known as Frigga (Anglo-Saxon) and Friia (Germanic) is the wife of Odin and the mother of Balder. She is known as the “All-Mother” and was the patron of marriage and fertility. Her name survives in English in the word ‘Friday’. The All-Mother is known for her hospitality to small children and it is said that those unfortunate to pass over in their early years are given a strawberry as a token to gain access to the afterlife. As with Freya, Frigg is a Völva, a Norse Witch, a Viking Age practitioner of the form of magic known as ‘Seidr’. The story of Frigg’s son Balder is a prominent one in Norse Mythology and includes the punishment and expulsion of the God Loki.
For every bottle of Frigg sold we will donate $1.00 to VINS (Vermont Institute of Natural Sciences). VINS's mission is to motivate individuals and communities to care for the environment through education, research, and avian wildlife rehabilitation.
Their programs and services engage and instill in people of all backgrounds a desire to care for the wildlife and diverse natural habitats they encounter in their daily lives.
They offer relevant environmental education programs for adults, families, and school children; partner with leading conservation organizations to promote environmental science field research, and operate New England’s premier avian wildlife rehabilitation clinic at the Nature Center.
VINS has been a leader in environmental education and wildlife conservation and care since 1972. We are known nationally for innovative natural science curricula and education programs.
To adopt a bird or learn more visit: https://vinsweb.org/
This syrup is great on or with:
Baked goods, lemonade, pancakes, milk, waffles, granola, desserts, ice cream, yogurt & cocktails.
WytchWood syrup starts with the sap from maple trees grown in central Vermont. The sap is then boiled in the Spring and infused to create a delicious strawberry syrup. Each bottle is hand wax-sealed, blessed, and unlike anything, you have ever experienced. Each and every bottle is represented by a God, Goddess, Pagan Sabbath, or Folklore Icon. They are designed as libations but can be used for anything Kitchen Witch-related as well.