Beadberry (Maianthemum)

Name: Maianthemum bifolium

Toxicity: not known

Common Names: False May Lily, Beadberry

Continent: Eurasia

Habitat: I

Applicable Plant Components: root, herb

Sanctificational: herb

Invitatory: root

Convocational: root

Psychical: root

Desistant: root, herb

Harmonical: root (with Inula)

Pacificatory: root, herb

Reconciliatory: root, herb

Reversional: root, herb

Theurgical: root

Prolongational: root, herb

Tutelary: root

Vulnerary: root

Providential: root

Plenitudinal: root

Plenarial: root

Divinatory: herb, root

Affixal: root

Affirmational: root

Resurgent: herb, root

Anecdotal: Maianthemum root is Bear Medicine and is held as superb medicine for fire keepers. The spirit within Maianthemum is invoked to address spiritual pain of a genetous nature regarding matters of the heart that have caused attrition of spiritual energy. It is a formidable incarnant for resolving endopsychic wounds that profoundly effect self-expression. As exorcismal medicine Maianthemum repels malevolent spirits that steal visions, self-control, and a sense of wellbeing. It is handled for casting spells to determine the cause of illness and steamed to prevent that illness from returning. Maianthemum is empowerment medicine for women, correcting alignment to cyclical nature. It is revered for its link to understanding the wisdom inherent to the fertility of the Earth Mother. Maianthemum is carried on quests for personal medicine for good luck.

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