Toxicity: not known

C. leucanthemum (Oxeye or Moon Daisy, Marguerite)

C. parthenium (Featherfew, Featherfoil, Feverfew)

Continent: Eurasia

Habitat: VI

Applicable Plant Components: herb, flower, root

Sanctificational: root, herb, flower

Psychical: herb

Harmonical: root, herb, flower

Pacificatory: root, herb, flower

Theurgical: root

Amoristic: root

Protectant: root, herb, flower

Preserval: flower

Vulnerary: root, herb, flower

Sanguinary: root, herb, flower

Plenitudinal: flower

Divinatory: flower

Affirmational: flower

Resurgent: herb

Anecdotal: Chrysanthemum is Ram and Sheep Medicine. In the garden, as well as when it is carried or strewn, it protects against thunder, illness and malevolent spirits. Chrysanthemum is a love charm when its root is placed beneath ones pillow for the purpose of bringing an absent lover back. It can also be worn for the same reason. The spirit within Chrysanthemum is feminine, linked to sacred cycles and associated with ritual or circumstantial birth, death and rebirth. Some have found it to be revivifying medicine against tumultuous sleep. Chrysanthemum has long been used to mark pages in holy books.

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