Iris (Iris)

Name: IRIS spp.

Toxicity: considered toxic

I.pseudacorus (Yellow Iris)   Continent: Europe  Habitat: IV, V

I.foetidissima (Stinking I.)    Continent: Europe  Habitat: VII

I.spuria (Blue Iris)                  Continent:Eurasia Habitat: VI, VII

Applicable Plant Components: root, herb, seed

Sanctificational: herb, root

Convocational: root

Fortificational: root

Psychical: root, herb

Pacificatory: root, herb

Reconciliatory: herb, root

Amoristic: herb

Protectant: root, herb

Tutelary: root

Preserval: root, herb

Vulnerary: seed, root

Plenitudinal: root

Plenarial: root

Ensurant: root

Divinatory: root

Affirmational: root

Resurgent: root

Anecdotal: Iris leaves can be woven into baskets, fishnets, bags, traps, snares, cording, and mats. The petals are rendered into dye for baskets. When carried Iris affords protection against predation, whether spiritual or corporeal, when traveling, gathering or hunting. The herb and root can be strewn to ward off illness. Iris is empowerment medicine. Its spirit is invoked to address spiritual pain that impairs self-expression or the ability to comprehend the influence of ancestral or beneficent spirits. Iris is linked to transmutational events as well, promoting rebirth and strength in new lives. It resolves endopsychic wounds that might have contributed to the issues mentioned.




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