Cuckooflower (Cardamine)

Name: Cardamine pratensis

Toxicity: not known

Common Name: Bittercress, Cuckooflower

Continent: North Temperate Zone

Habitat: IV, V

Applicable Plant Components: herb, root, flower

Invitatory: root

Fortificational: herb

Psychical: root

Harmonical: herb, root, flower

Pacificatory: root

Reversional: root

Theurgical: root

Prolongational: root, herb

Amoristic: root, herb

Preserval: herb

Vulnerary: root, herb

Sanguinary: root, herb

Providential: root

Plenitudinal: root

Ensurant: root

Soporific: root

Ecstatic: herb, root

Divinatory: herb, root

Anecdotal: The spirit within Cardamine is invoked to address spiritual pain and broken hearts associated with subjective, genetous or distant experiences, as well as attrition or loss of spiritual direction or energy. It is a formidable incarnant for resolving endopsychic wounds and poisoned dispositions. This property extends to include divination as a means of identifying malevolent spirits and perpetrators responsible for the loss of expression, sacred songs, or an appetite for life. Cardamine is rubbed on the tools selected to bolster the hunt for ones personal medicine. As love medicine Cardamine root is entreated by men to enhance personal appeal. It also aids in keeping love balanced and harmonious. Cardamine is linked to abundance and security. Not to be confused with the condiment Cardamom.




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