Boarweed (Heracleum)

Name: Heracleum sphondylium

Toxicity: considered toxic

Common Name: Boarweed

Continent: North Temperate Zone

Habitat: VI

Applicable Plant Components: root, herb, seed

Sanctificational: root

Invitatory: root, seed

Psychical: herb, root

Harmonical: herb, root

Pacificatory: herb, root, seed

Reconciliatory: herb, seed, root

Theurgical: herb, root

Amoristic: root

Protectant: root, seed

Vulnerary: herb, root

Providential: root

Plenitudinal: root

Plenarial: root

Ensurant: root

Divinatory: root, seed, herb

Affixal: root, herb

Affirmational: herb

Resurgent: root

Anecdotal: Heracleum stems are used for blowing tubes, carrying water as well as love whistles. The root and seed are invisibility charms entreated to drive away malevolent spirits determined to steal the personal medicine needed for hunting enlightenment. The smudge is exorcismal against these spirits, the smoke believed to blind them, making it impossible for them to see which direction one is moving in. The same medicine is also highly valued for spiritual warriors and carried in medicine bags and bundles. Rituals related to these warriors have been known to last for several days. The spirit within Heracleum is invoked to address spiritual pain that has severely impaired ones sense of vision, awareness or self-expression. It is a formidable incarnant for reconciling resulting endopsychic wounds. Heracleum makes an excellent protective wash for practitioners’ tools. Its steam or smudge is appropriate to most any exorcismal ceremony where someone is believed victimized by malevolent spirits. Heracleum is revered medicine for rebirth, tied to vernal equinox and puberty rituals for girls.




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