Dock (Rumex)

Name: RUMEX spp.

Toxicity: not known

Common Names: Dock, Sorrel

Continent: North Temperate Zone

Habitat: many diverse species

Applicable Plant Components: root, herb, seed, flower

Sanctificational: root, herb

Invitatory: root, herb

Convocational: root, herb

Fortificational: herb

Psychical: herb

Desistant: root, herb, flower

Harmonical: root

Pacificatory: root, flower

Reconciliatory: root, flower

Reversional: root

Theurgical: herb

Prolongational: herb

Amoristic: herb

Tutelary: root

Preserval: herb

Vulnerary: herb, flower, root

Providential: seed

Plenitudinal: herb, root

Plenarial: root

Ensurant: seed

Affixal: root

Affirmational: root, herb, flower, seed

Resurgent: root, herb

Anecdotal: Rumex is rendered into baskets and tinder, and is used in the art of tanning. In spirit handling the spirit within Rumex is invoked to address an impressive range of problems. Included are spiritual pain related to genetous issues, as well as losses of spiritual energy and shields of protection. Rumex enhances ritual expression in a big way especially when it is suspected that malevolent spirits have stolen that expression, such as prayers, songs and focus of attention or are trying hard to do so. If serious enough Rumex can be called on to exorcise the offenders, thereby restoring wellness, clarity and effectiveness. Ritual tools can be sanctified with Rumex pollen. The spirits of strength and empowerment reside in Rumex as well addressing general weakness in women and muscular strength in men. Its feminine nature connects it to regulating sacred cycles and enhancing ritual birth/rebirth via attunement to these cycles. Rumex is handled in matters of the heart and acts as a lure to love interests. It is used as smudge or steam in rituals pertaining to prosperity and casting prosperity spells.

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