9. Pacificatory

Pacificatory suggest the need to turn enemies into friends or at least associates. This can include allaying indignation or soothing wounded feelings.

Name: Arctostaphylos uva-ursi

Toxicity: considered toxic

Common Name: Bearberry

Continent: North Temperate Zone     Habitat: I

Applicable Plant Components: bark, herb, stem, root

Sanctificational: herb, stem
Invitatory: bark
Convocational: bark
Intensificational: herb, bark
Psychical: herb, stem
Desistant: bark
Harmonical: herb, stem
Pacificatory: herb
Reconciliatory: herb
Reversional: herb, bark
Theurgical: herb
Amoristic: herb
Protectant: herb
Preserval: herb
Vulnerary: herb
Sanguinary: herb
Providential: herb
Plenitudinal: herb
Plenarial: herb
Ensurant: herb, root
Ecstatic: herb
Divinatory: herb
Affixal: bark, herb
Affirmational: herb, stem
Resurgent: stem, root
Anecdotal: The fruit of Arctostaphylos is considered Bear Medicine, linking it to both abundance and the ferocity of a mother bear protecting her cubs. It is also regarded as Deer Medicine, the quintessential guardian of birth and rebirth. Arctostaphylos is used in ritual fires for bright light and lasting coals, enhancing and promoting profound dream states. The root is rendered into pipe bowls and the wood into pipe stems, tools, staffs and handles. The leaves are used in tanning. A heavy fruit set is a sign that a bad winter is eminent. The spirit within Arctostaphylos is invoked to address spiritual pain related to subjective experiences that have led to attrition or loss of spiritual energy or direction. It is a formidable incarnant for resolving endopsychic wounds. Arctostaphylos enhances psychic ability and the hunt for one’s personal medicine. It is one of the keepers of harmony. The properties of Arctostaphylos extend to include placing its leaves in shoes for protection, for comfort while grieving, and for providing a tremendous shield against malevolent spirits.

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