Melilot (Melilotus)

Name: MELILOTUS spp.

Toxicity: not known

Common Names: Sweet Clover, Melilot

Continent: Eurasia

Habitat: VI

Applicable Plant Component: herb, flower, root

Sanctificational: herb

Pacificatory: herb

Theurgical: herb, flower

Protectant: herb, flower

Vulnerary: flower, root

Affirmational: herb

Anecdotal: Melilotus is Deer Medicine. The spirit within Melilotus is invoked to address spiritual pain that has impaired self-expression. It is good medicine for ritual singers and opens paths to clear visionary experiences while enhancing comprehension of guidance given by benevolent and ancestral spirits. Melilotus can resolve interference by malevolent spirits when related to the issues mentioned because it can drive them off. Bundles of Melilotus can then be hung in homes and lodges to keep them from returning. Flowers remedy problems with personal shields of protection and restore ones enthusiasm for life. It can be carried in medicine bags or tied to belts for all matters related to these areas.




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