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Elder Hour

Elder Hour
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Elder Hour is a podcast born out of Chelsea Selby and Juliet Diaz’s love of plant magic. Juliet - a bestselling author and respected seer and healer and Chelsea owner of an international occult beauty brand dissect the history, magical properties, and science behind a new plant every week. Come along for a journey full of thorns, roots, and deadly flowers for plant history like you’ve never heard it before.


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Latest Episodes

Chelsea Selby and Juliet Diaz brew up the interesting history of Chicory! They discuss the role it played in politics, how it went from royalty to roadside weed, and the rules of harvesting this hardy blue flower. more

a year ago

Juliet Diaz and Chelsea Selby get entangled in the vines of Poison Ivy in this new episode of Elder Hour! They discuss the history, pop culture references, and folk remedies linked to this notoriously itchy plant. more

a year ago

Chelsea Selby and Juliet Diaz turn lemons into lemonade in this new episode of Elder Hour! They discuss its star power, how its used for love AND war, and share some of their favorite lemon spells and rituals. more

2 years ago


4.9 out of 5 stars from 301 ratings
  • Favorite Witchy Podcast

    The first time I listened to the pod, I was looking into uses for the Rose of Jericho I was drawn to at the store and bought. They did not disappoint! I learned so much about that beautiful plant, and could not wait to listen to more episodes! I have learned so much about working with plants through this podcast, which is my favorite way to practice my craft. I have also learned so much about decolonizing my practice, which has been the most valuable lessons I continue to learn through this podc... more

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa year ago
  • Entertaining and informational

    I LOVE this podcast. Not only is the information given in an easily digestible way, but these gals are so entertaining! I love hearing their experiences and stories and how they relate it to their plant of the month. Their wonderfully charming personalities really make this podcast one of my go-to’s.

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa year ago
  • I love it, but…

    I love this podcast and I find all of the information very interesting and useful. I enjoy Juliet and Chelsea’s perspectives and knowledge. BUT, I wish Juliet would stop derailing the conversation talking about herself. She even says she doesn’t like to talk about herself, and yet there are so many episodes where the plant/herb is barely even spoken about because of it. I also wish the same personal stories wouldn’t be repeated in several episodes.

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa year ago
  • Magical and uplifting

    Juliet and Chelsy conduct themselves as if they have included us in a circle of friends. Very casual and friendly but informative and at times inspiring to my personal craft. If you don’t follow them on IG, do yourself a favor and hit the follow button. Support these influencers any way you can because they are voices that need to be heard within our community. (I love love love the episodes on Damiana and Juniper!)

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 years ago
  • Juliet ruins it with hatefulness

    The Juniper Episode was awful when it comes to Juliet. What she said about her neighbors was so mean spirited and hateful I had to listen to something else to get the taste out of my mouth. The idea that she needs “protection” from her neighbors because they simply asked if she wanted to take a walk with them is ridiculous. She even talked about wanting them to move out of/lose their house because they had the audacity to be kind to her. It’s so mean it felt gross to listen to, had to turn it of... more

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 years ago

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