Cudweed (Gnaphalium)


Toxicity: not known

Common Name: Cudweed

Continent: North Temperate Zone

Habitat: acidic range

Applicable Plant Components: herb, flower

Sanctificational: herb

Psychical: herb, flower

Pacificatory: flower, herb

Reconciliatory: flower, herb

Reversional: herb

Theurgical: herb

Amoristic: herb

Preserval: herb

Sanguinary: herb

Plenitudinal: herb

Soporific: herb

Affirmational: herb, flower

Anecdotal: Gnaphalium is entreated to exorcise, among others, the spirits of the deceased who continue to torment loved ones. The fluff is used to line headdresses. The spirit within Gnaphalium is invoked to address spiritual pain that has caused the severe attrition of expression, awareness or clarity. It restores peacefulness and ones sense of vision. Gnaphalium exorcises the malevolent spirits believed responsible for the theft of clarity or personal identity and drives them away. The smudge or steam of Gnaphalium, remarkably, when inhaled, is thought to intervene against foolish behavior.

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