German Chamomile (Matricaria)

Name: Matricaria recutita

Toxicity: not known

Common Names: Scented Mayweed, German Chamomile

Continent: Eurasia

Habitat: VI

Applicable Plant Components: herb, flower, seed

Sanctificational: herb

Intensificational: herb

Desistant: herb

Harmonical: herb

Pacificatory: herb, seed

Reversional: herb

Theurgical: herb

Prolongational: herb

Amoristic: herb

Protectant: herb

Preserval: herb

Vulnerary: herb, seed

Providential: herb

Plenitudinal: herb

Soporific: herb

Ecstatic: herb

Affixal: herb, flower

Resurgent: herb

Anecdotal: An excellent ritual aromatic contains Matricaria herb and flowers, Mentha aquatica, Pinus, and either Catabrosa or Glyceria (both species of sweetgrass). It can be carried, steamed or strewn in ceremonies to enhance meditation. Its blossoms have been rendered into perfume and strung into necklaces. As love medicine Matricaria leaves prevent loved ones from going away. To attract love the same leaves can be floated in bath water. Matricaria promotes productive rest and enhances prosperity. The spirit within Matricaria is invoked to address spiritual pain that has led to severe loss of control and personal shields of protection. It is soothing and placates the spirits of debility, stress and matters of the heart. As a formidable incarnant Matricaria resolves endopsychic wounds that contribute to the issues mentioned as well as those that interfere with the perception of guidance given by ancestral and benevolent spirits that lend themselves to ones self-expression. As exorcismal medicine Matricaria not only repels malevolent spirits and removes spells, it sets up fields of protection around individuals and property.

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