Hemp Agrimony (Eupatorium)

Name: Eupatorium cannabinum

Toxicity: considered toxic

Common Name: Hemp Agrimony

Continent: Eurasia

Habitat: V

Applicable Plant Components: herb, root, flower

Sanctificational: herb, root

Invitatory: root

Convocational: root

Fortificational: herb, root

Intensificational: root

Psychical: herb, root

Desistant: herb, root

Harmonical: root, herb

Pacificatory: herb, root

Reconciliatory: herb, root

Reversional: herb

Theurgical: herb

Amoristic: root

Tutelary: herb, root

Preserval: herb, root

Vulnerary: herb

Sanguinary: root

Providential: flower, root

Plenitudinal: herb, flower

Plenarial: root

Ensurant: herb

Ecstatic: root

Divinatory: herb

Affixal: herb

Resurgent: root

Anecdotal: Eupatorium is used for blow tubes and whistles for charming deer. The spirit within Eupatorium is invoked to address spiritual pain that has led to the loss of ritual expression or the suffering related to endopsychic wounds. These wounds can cause an impairment of clarity. Malevolent spirits that specialize in using invisible projectiles are often believed to cause them. Eupatorium is linked to sacred cycles and associated with all aspects of birth, death and rebirth including the challenging difficulties of re-entry. It is both quieting and strengthening. Eupatorium leaves are divination tools that drive malevolent spirits out and away from homes. The flowers are carried for good luck medicine. The leaves are used as love charms for potency and appeal while its roots repel undesired advances. Eupatorium is also believed to help bolster respect.




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