Ergot (Claviceps)

Name: Claviceps purpurea

Toxicity: toxic psychotropic & uterine stimulant

Common Name: Ergot

Continent: Europe

Habitat: VI

Applicable Component: fungus

Desistant

Reconciliatory

Amoristic

Ecstatic

Anecdotal: Claviceps grows in grain, infected rye being the most valued in spirit handling. But please note it is highly toxic and contains the compounds that led to formulating LSD. Occasional widespread outbreaks in Europe were thought to be madness when they were probably caused by infected grain. The spirit within Claviceps is invoked to address severe attrition or loss of spiritual energy. It is deeply respected as an agent of abundance as well as a protector of harmony and sacred cycles.




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