Cornflower (Centaurea)

Name: CENTAUREA spp.

Toxicity: not known

C. cyanus (Bluebow, Cornflower)    Continent: Europe    Habitat: VI

C. calcitrapa (Red Star Thistle)    Continent: Europe    Habitat: VII

C. nigra (Black Knapweed)    Continent: Europe    Habitat: VI

C. scabiosa (Greater Knapweed)    Continent: Eurasia    Habitat: VI

Applicable Plant Components: herb, root, seed, flower

Sanctificational: root, seed

Convocational: herb

Psychical: root, seed, herb

Desistant: root, seed

Preserval: herb, seed

Vulnerary: seed, herb, root

Plenitudinal: root, seed

Plenarial: root, seed

Affirmational: flower

Resurgent: flower

Anecdotal: The spirit within Centaurea is invoked to address endopsychic wounds responsible for loss of self-expression or the attrition of spiritual energy or direction. This property extends to include exorcising malevolent spirits suspected of interfering with ones ability to understand the visions or dreams received. Centaurea is an agent of empowerment and deeply linked to sacred cycles.

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