Calamint (Acinos)

Name: Acinos thymoides

Toxicity: not known

Common Names: Calamint, Dog Mint, Wild Thyme

Continent: Europe

Habitat: VI

Applicable Plant Components: herb, seed

Sanctificational: herb

Invitatory: herb

Fortificational: herb

Pacificatory: herb

Reversional: herb, seed

Theurgical: seed

Prolongational: seed

Vulnerary: herb

Sanguinary: seed

Plenitudinal: herb

Anecdotal: As Ram Medicine, Acinos is handled to enhance strength and vigor. It is entreated to purge the spirits that cause sorrow, melancholy and spiritual pain. Acinos can be used in bath water, strewn, burned as smudge or steamed in order to exorcise malevolent spirits.




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