Columbine (Aquilegia)

Name: Aquilegia vulgaris

Toxicity: not known

Common Name: Columbine, Crowfoot

Continent: Europe

Habitat: V

Applicable Plant Components: herb, root, seed, flower

Sanctificational: herb, root

Invitatory: herb, root

Convocational: herb, root

Fortificational: root

Psychical: herb

Desistant: herb

Pacificatory: seed

Reconciliatory: root, seed

Theurgical: root, herb

Prolongational: herb

Amoristic: seed

Preserval: seed

Vulnerary: root

Providential: flower

Plenitudinal: root

Plenarial: root

Divinatory: root, herb

Affixal: root, herb

Resurgent: seed, herb

Anecdotal: Aquilegia is associated with courage, daring and the power of persuasion. The spirit within Aquilegia is invoked to address spiritual pain caused by trauma or a broken heart that leads to the loss or attrition of spiritual direction or energy. It restores ones ability for creating and singing ritual songs. The exorcismal smudge or steam of Aquilegia aids practitioners in detecting malevolent spirits that compromise stamina, prosperity and wellness. As love medicine, Aquilegia is carried, hidden in clothing, or placed in love nests to enhance attractiveness and believed particularly valuable for men in this matter. Its flowers are regarded as good luck medicine in general and included in ceremonial wreathes. Aquilegia is a guardian of sacred cycles and harmony as well as an agent of birth and rebirth.




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