Milkvetch (Astragalus)


Toxicity: considered toxic

A. alpinus (Alpine milkvetch)  Continent: North Temperate Zone   Habitat:IV

A. danicus (Purple Milkvetch)   Continent: Europe   Habitat: VI,VII

A. glycyphyllos (M. Liquorice)  Continent:Europe   Habitat: VI

Applicable Plant Components: root, herb

Sanctificational: root, herb

Invitatory: root

Fortificational: root

Psychical: herb

Desistant: root

Harmonical: root

Pacificatory: root, herb

Reconciliatory: root, herb

Theurgical: root, herb

Prolongational: root

Amoristic: root

Preserval: root

Vulnerary: root, herb

Plenitudinal: root, herb

Ensurant: root

Divinatory: root, herb

Affirmational: root, herb

Resurgent: root

Anecdotal: Astragalus is linked to abundance, strengthens defensive energy and restores power to practitioners’ tools. It guards against injury or illness from hail, exposure or water. The spirit within Astragalus is invoked to address spiritual pain related to subjective or genetous experiences that result in a broken heart or the attrition of spiritual energy. Issues also reconciled by Astragalus include the loss of personal expression or shields as well as the inability to understand dreams or hear the words conveyed by ancestral or benevolent spirits. It is a formidable incarnant for resolving endopsychic wounds. Astragalus is Deer and Ram Medicine. It can be woven into mats and made up into seedpod rattles. The bloom of Astragalus indicates that Pinus cambium is ready to be harvested.

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