Inner Voyage Tincture - Not-for-Profit collaboration with DIRT.Charity - Wunder Workshop

Inner Voyage Tincture - Not-for-Profit collaboration with DIRT.Charity

Inner Voyage Tincture Dirt Charity Arizona Muse


Inner Voyage Tincture is an alchemy of folk herbs purposefully blended by Wunder Workshop and created in collaboration with to instill courage and ignite the power within to heal our planet collectively. Inner Voyage is a unique blend of 5 biodynamically grown, British herbs - their energetics and purpose are:

  • Rose - opens the heart.

  • Lemon Balm - for joy to overcome anxiety.

  • Mullein - for a courageous & open mind.

  • Sage - to sharpen the mind & bring wisdom.

  • Mugwort - to connect us to mother nature & bring energy for action.

This is a not-for-profit product for us and through the purchase of this bottle, you are supporting DIRT’s mission to regenerate soil globally, as £10 from each purchase is donated to DIRT.

Who are DIRT? 

DIRT is a UK charity working globally to turn fashion into a climate solution, starting with the soil. 

Fashion is grown in soil, and the way we currently grow our raw materials causes tremendous harm to soil, and is a catalyst for climate change. We could grow fashion crops in a way that heals soil and restores nature to full health and thriving biodiversity. Regenerating soil is a long term solution and the fastest answer we have to climate change. Biodynamics is a powerful nature based solution and our goal is to get fashion’s sourcing power behind soil regeneration globally. Our mission is to grow and process all fashion’s raw materials biodynamically.

DIRT has three funds:

  • Education Fund: Provides scholarships to biodynamic colleges globally, supports the implementation into curriculums of farming fashion’s raw materials biodynamically, and funds the creation of educational and awareness raising media content.
  • Biodynamic Association Fund: Supports Biodynamic Associations as they implement fashion crops into their mandate. There are 100 associations around the world who work tirelessly to promote biodynamics, and to attract, educate and support farmers to this healing modality of agriculture. 
  • Farm Projects: Supports a number of proposed local projects around the world, led by extraordinary people who are experienced in biodynamics, and who will create impactful and inspiring change; not just to the soil and fashion supply chain, but to their local communities, wildlife and surrounding ecosystem. These will act as pilot projects to showcase their success, to implement more projects in other locations in the future. 

DIRT’s story:

DIRT's story started with Arizona Muse, a model for over twelve years who became an extremely passionate environmental activist a few years into her career, when unravelling the truth about what really happens to the planet and people who make the clothes she was indirectly helping to sell. Over time, Arizona began to realise through her activism, research, sustainability consulting, serving on boards, giving talks globally and meeting with farmers that everything starts with soil, from which we grow or mine everything we need. Not just the food we eat, but the clothes we wear, the wood for our buildings, the herbs for our medicine and beauty products all begin as raw materials grown in soil by farmers. However, the current agricultural system is not working healthily, she noticed. It became clear to her that the manifestations of climate change we are witnessing around the world are happening in large part because our soils have been degraded by conventional farming techniques.

DIRT specialises in funding projects around the world regenerating the soil, ecosystems and communities through biodynamic farming methods. As well as fundraising for these projects, DIRT also fundraises annually for two funds whose content is distributed annually to educate and support farmers to learn the most effective method of farming in terms of quality of yield and being a solution for climate change. DIRT’s mission is to help fashion become a climate solution by growing raw materials on biodynamic farms.
John Muir once said - “Of all the paths you take in life, make sure a few of them are dirt”. We couldn't agree more. 
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