Agrimony (Agrimonia)

Name: AGRIMONIA spp. 

Toxicity: not known

A. eupatoria (Agrimony)    Continent: Eurasia    Habitat: VI

A. odorata    (Fragrant A.)  Continent: Europe    Habitat: I

Applicable Plant Components: root, seed, bur, herb

Sanctificational: herb

Invitatory: root

Convocational: root

Psychical: herb

Desistant: root, herb

Harmonical: root, herb

Pacificatory: seed

Theurgical: root

Amoristic: bur

Protectant: root

Tutelary: root

Vulnerary: root, herb, seed, bur

Plenitudinal: root, herb

Plenarial: root

Soporific: herb

Affixal: seed, bur

Affirmational: herb

Resurgent: bur

Anecdotal: Agrimonia roots and seed are used to enchant baskets. It is also employed in the arts of tanning and dying. The spirit within Agrimonia is invoked to address spiritual pain that has led to the loss or attrition of spiritual energy or direction. It enhances visions, affords inordinate protection and exorcises malevolent spirits. A practitioner can reverse a spell cast against her or him and return that spell to the sender. Sachets of Agrimonia can be carried, the roots and flowers can be rendered into a wash, and it can be grown in the garden for the purposes mentioned. It is deeply associated with vernal equinox and rebirth.

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