Bittersweet / Nightshade (Solanum)

Name: SOLANUM spp.

Toxicity: considered toxic

S. dulcamara (Bittersweet)        Continent: Eurasia    Habitat: VII

S. nigrum (Black Nightshade)   Continent: Europe    Habitat: VI

Applicable Plant Components: root, shoot, herb, fruit

Sanctificational: root, herb

Convocational: root

Psychical: seed, fruit

Harmonical: root

Pacificatory: root, herb

Reconciliatory: root, shoot, herb

Reversional: herb

Theurgical: root

Prolongational: herb

Amoristic: root

Protectant: root

Vulnerary: root, shoot, herb

Sanguinary: root, herb

Plenitudinal: root, herb

Ensurant: root, herb

Soporific: herb

Ecstatic: herb

Divinatory: herb

Affixal: root

Affirmational: herb

Resurgent: herb

Anecdotal: Solanum nigrum is handled to relieve loneliness due to the loss of a loved one. After illness, injury or endopsychic wounds it intervenes against relapses. Solanum nigrum protects against trauma and dispels parasitic spirits or those that rob individuals of productive rest. It enhances visions as well as the clarity needed to comprehend the guidance offered by benevolent spirits. The root of Solanum dulcamara is carried or worn as a necklace for protection and is found particularly appropriate for shepherds and their dogs. It has a restorative spirit that disperses bad feelings between individuals and reconciles sanctity in relationships. Solanum dulcamara resolves spiritual pain, restoring expression and communication.

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