Catnip (Nepeta)

Name: Nepeta cataria

Toxicity: not known

Common Names: Catnip, Catmint

Continent: Eurasia

Habitat: VI

Applicable Plant Components: herb, flower

Sanctificational

Invitatory

Convocational

Psychical

Harmonical

Pacificatory

Reconciliatory

Reversional

Theurgical

Amoristic: with rose petals

Vulnerary

Sanguinary

Plenitudinal

Ecstatic

Affixal

Resurgent

Anecdotal: Nepeta is Skunk Medicine. Leaves are often used as bookmarks in sacred texts because it is a formidable repellent against insects, mice and meddlesome spirits that wreak havoc to books, homes, lives and gardens. Grown near homes or hung in bundles attract benevolent spirits like those that bring good luck, beauty and happiness. Nepeta can be used as smoke, smudge or steam for these reasons as well. It can further be mixed with Rosa petals to create sachets and potions for love. The spirit within Nepeta is invoked to address spiritual pain that has impaired sleep, destroyed personal shields of protection or interfered with self-expression. It is a fine incarnant for resolving related endopsychic wounds including those caused by genetous events. Nepeta has excellent exorcismal properties when spiritual obstructions are the result of parasitic, malevolent spirits. All of these attributes are tied intrinsically to the ebb and flow of sacred cycles. Harmonious observation to them requires practitioners to remain attuned to cyclical magic and appropriate timing when handling Nepeta.




Leave a Reply

(required)

* Copy This Password *

* Type Or Paste Password Here *

Current day month ye@r *

There aren't any comments at the moment, be the first to start the discussion!