Honeysuckle (Lonicera)

Name: LONICERA spp.

Toxicity: considered toxic

L. periclymenum (Woodbine, Honeysuckle)         Habitat: I

L. xylosteum (Goat’s Leaf, Fly Honeysuckle)        Habitat: IV

Continent: Eurasia

Applicable Plant Components: herb, bark, stem, fruit

Sanctificational: bark, stem, herb, fruit

Invitatory: bark

Convocational: bark

Psychical: bark, herb

Desistant: herb

Harmonical: bark

Pacificatory: herb

Reconciliatory: herb

Theurgical: bark, stem

Amoristic: herb

Tutelary: bark, herb

Vulnerary: bark

Sanguinary: bark

Providential: herb

Plenitudinal: herb

Plenarial: herb

Ensurant: herb

Ecstatic: stem (under pillow)

Divinatory: fruit

Affixal: fruit

Resurgent: herb

Anecdotal: Lonicera is Bird and Bear Medicine. Its wood ashes are used for tattooing soot. The woody vine can be hollowed out for pipe stems and the green stems are woven into baskets. Lonicera is associated with the maze of life, revealing hidden secrets and leading to ones spiritual center while guarding against distraction. It is also deeply connected to passion, tantric practices and sensuality while it relieves the distraction of sexual abstinence during prolonged ritual involvement. Lonicera is extremely diverse. It is sanctifying medicine associated with strength and abundance. Lonicera addresses the spirit of homesickness when it has led to deep sorrow, stress and unproductive rest. It is good luck medicine with regard to the hunts for ones personal medicine. The spirit within Lonicera is invoked to address spiritual pain that has led to a complete breakdown of expression. It is formidable incarnant for resolving related endopsychic wounds by the means of its link to birth and rebirth.

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