Lemon Balm (Melissa)

Name: Melissa officinalis

Toxicity: uterine stimulant

Common Name: Balm, Lemon Balm

Continent: Europe

Habitat: VI

Applicable Plant Component: herb

Invitatory

Convocational

Fortificational

Desistant

Harmonical

Pacificatory

Theurgical

Prolongational

Amoristic

Protectant

Preserval

Vulnerary

Sanguinary

Providential

Plenitudinal

Ensurant

Soporific

Ecstatic

Resurgent

Anecdotal: Melissa is handled by women in sexual fertility rituals associated with renewal of the land and abundance. It dispels melancholy, lifts the spirit, renews youthfulness and insures success when casting spells related to finding love or strengthening ancestral memories. Melissa tea is love medicine as well. When served with honey it insures longevity. Melissa can be carried to prevent injury and blended into sachets for love, happiness and tranquility. The sanctifying spirit within Melissa is invoked to address spiritual pain that has contributed to the distresses mentioned and those that have impaired expression or caused the attrition of spiritual energy. It is cyclical by nature and an incarnant for endopsychic wounds.




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