Hare’s Foot (Oxytropis)

Name: OXYTROPIS spp.

Toxicity: considered toxic

Common Names: Mountain Milkvetch, Hare’s Foot

Continent: North Temperate Zone

Habitat: IV, VII

Applicable Plant Components: herb, root

Sanctificational: root

Psychical: herb

Pacificatory: herb

Reconciliatory: herb

Theurgical: herb

Amoristic: root

Vulnerary: herb

Plenitudinal: root

Affixal: herb

Affirmational: herb

Anecdotal: Oxytropis is Ram Medicine. It is abundance medicine linked to spiritual clarity. The spirit within Oxytropis is invoked to address spiritual pain when impairment to clarity and self-expression has interfered with ability to understand guidance received in visions or dreams, as well as capacity to act on them. Oxytropis resolves the associated endopsychic wounds.




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