Buckthorn (Rhamnus)

Name: Rhamnus cathartica

Toxicity: considered toxic

Common Name: Buckthorn

Continent: Eurasia

Habitat: II

Applicable Plant Components: bark, herb, fruit, root

Sanctificational: bark, fruit

Invitatory: bark, herb, fruit

Convocational: bark, herb, fruit

Intensificational: root, bark

Desistant: bark, fruit

Harmonical: herb

Pacificatory: bark, fruit

Reconciliatory: bark, fruit

Theurgical: herb

Amoristic: herb

Tutelary: herb

Preserval: herb

Vulnerary: herb

Sanguinary: herb

Plenitudinal: fruit

Ecstatic: herb

Divinatory: herb

Affixal: bark, root

Affirmational: bark

Resurgent: herb

Anecdotal: Rhamnus is both Bird and Deer Medicines. Rhamnus has wide applications in spirit handling via torches made from it and burned during rituals. It has a fierce spirit and volatile nature in ceremonies. As a formidable exorcismal and incarnant, handling Rhamnus requires an awareness that issues must equal in distress the power of Rhamnus to correct. The problems are usually rooted in genetous issues that have resulted in catastrophic losses such as poisoning of ones spirit, a complex breakdown of personal shields and an unwillingness to go on. At the same time, the internal strife has also led to total losses of certain senses such vision seeking, having an appetite for life, and an ability to bring peace to spiritual pain. Rhamnus has the power to exorcise all of the offending spirits and resolve related endopsychic wounds.

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