We Can’t Just Be Consumers to Get the Full Benefit of the Plant

On this episode of Sessions we discuss cannabis as a spiritual ally, an aspect of the plant that is often glossed over in the mainstream conversation.

Image credits: Instagram @jbowersphoto

Image credits: Instagram @jbowersphoto

Spirituality is a concept that differs from person to person, what is deemed spiritual for a person of one faith may not entirely align with someone of another, yet there are many similarities, which are almost always rooted in introspection.

Our guests Elizabeth Bast and Scarlet Ravin discuss how to harness the plants full capabilities with the practice of mindful consumption. For the physical body cannabis can have powerful healing properties, however it’s also an incredible tool for emotional and spiritual reflection. The plant, when used with intention, can be an aid for creativity, self love, self awareness, a tool for healing traumas, and as a facilitator of spiritual connection.

SCARLET RAVIN, visionary and founder of the White Fox cannabis company, is a lifetime entrepreneur who fell in love with cannabis at a young age. After experiencing an overdose, she found herself realigned. Her path was informed by many studies of healing arts, love, and natural medicine. White Fox has both full spectrum hemp CBD & THC lines on the market featuring Ayurvedically formulated and botanically enhanced organic MCT oil tinctures, massage oils, salves, and vape pens with the highest vibrational quality alchemical, spirited, magic medicine. White Fox is a woman owned and operated company that is held by ritual and ceremony.

ELIZABETH BAST is the author of Heart Medicine: A True Love Story: One Couple’s Quest for the Sacred Iboga Medicine & the Cure for Addiction. Bast serves as a writer, yoga teacher, performance artist, and holistic coach specialising in entheogenic medicine integration, addiction recovery, and women’s empowerment. In 2014, she experienced the Missoko Bwiti initiation and rite of passage in Gabon (Africa), and has since returned to Africa multiple times for traditional shamanic studies.

She is a 2018 recipient of a “Women of the Psychedelic Renaissance” grant through Cosmic Sister and their fiscal sponsor, the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS). The eco-feminist educational advocacy group Cosmic Sister promotes a balance of power between genders and promotes women’s voices in the field of psychedelic medicine.  

Together, Scarlet & Elizabeth are creating “The Bliss Nectar Experience,” a ceremonial journey into sacred embodiment featuring yoga, tantra, meditation, & plant spirit meditation with cacao, essential oils, & cannabis medicines from White Fox. This is a new/old devotional way of communing with cannabis, one of humanity’s oldest plant allies with whom we have co-evolved. There will be something for every tolerance level & all yoga levels!

The Her(b) Life Sessions podcast is committed to broadening the cannabis conversation by highlighting the women working in the industry. Each episode we have a new set of  hosts discussing contemporary cannabis issues, giving you a direct line into the evolving cannabis landscape. Don’t miss out on the next Sessions episode and subscribe now.


Sessions is sponsored by Sonoma Seeds, premium cannabis seeds from around the world that help you grow organically and Hemper the number one subscription box for cannabis accessories.

This week’s episode was made with support from RNMKR, Canada's leading cannabis communications agency known for providing narrative creation, media relations, brand strategy, and advisory services to the most prominent brands in North America and overseas.

If you want to know more about this Sessions hosts you can find them via the below links.

Scarlet Ravin via her website http://scarletravin.com and her company white Fox Medicinals https://whitefoxnectars.com and on instagram @whitefoxmedicine

Elisabeth Bast via her website www.ebast.net

Sessions, by Her(B) Life is a production of Blue Dream media.

Produced by Tiyana Matliovski and Executive Producer, Gill Polard.