Baneberry (Actaea)

Name: Actaea spicata

Toxicity: potentially deadly

Common Names: Baneberry, Toadroot

Continent: Europe

Habitat: IV

Applicable Plant Components: herb, root

Sanctificational: root

Invitatory: root

Convocational: root

Psychical: root

Desistant: root

Pacificatory; root, herb

Reconciliatory: root, herb

Theurgical: root

Amoristic: root

Vulnerary: herb

Sanguinary: root

Plenitudinal: root

Plenarial: root

Resurgent: root

Anecdotal: Actaea, an available garden specimen is a deadly poison. In spirit handling it is called in to intervene against spiritual catastrophes that have led to the loss of viable health, confidence, rational behavior, sacred expression, the loss of a loved one, or anything so devastating to the spirit that the recipient’s survival is brought into question. Such formidable medicine is linked to birth, death and rebirth and ultimately to abundance. Its offensive odor alone is believed capable of driving off malevolent spirits. Actaea, when grown in the garden, is sufficient to infuse our lives with its power.




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