Mint (Mentha)

Name: MENTHA spp.

Toxicity: not known

M. pulegium (Pennyroyal)   Continent: Eurasia   Habitat: II

M. aquatica (Water Mint)    Continent: Eurasia   Habitat: V

* Mentha is a large, widely diverse family.

Applicable Plant Component: herb

Sanctificational

Invitatory

Convocational

Intensificational

Psychical

Desistant

Harmonical

Pacificatory

Reconciliatory

Theurgical

Prolongational

Amoristic

Preserval

Vulnerary

Sanguinary

Plenitudinal

Plenarial

Ensurant

Soporific

Ecstatic

Divinatory

Affixal

Anecdotal: Mentha aquatica (watermint) is the most frequent choice for ritual. It is an ingredient in Lustral Water (holy, divinatory water) with Verbena officinalis and Filipendula vulgaris. The spirit within Mentha is invoked to address spiritual pain and heal associated endopsychic wounds. One of its many attributes is its tremendous ability to sooth profound states such as shock and trepidation. Combined with Rosa, Mentha affords and supports productive rest, protection while sleeping and prophetic dream states. It is a medicine of clarity, increasing and sharpening mental powers, inspiring the mind, spirit and memory. Mentha brings comfort to these elements as well and can be combined in bath water with Melissa for the same reason. It can be handled in casting spells for prosperity, safe travel, abundance, healing and sanctification. Mentha can be worn for protection and can further exorcise malevolent spirits from surrounding areas, possessions, altars and homes. With that in mind Mentha can set up a protective shield of invisibility during dangerous quests for personal medicine where meddlesome spirits often create impediments to objectives. Its presence increases the energy in a particular area and entices benevolent spirits to assist in ritual magic. And if that weren’t enough Mentha is also regarded as an aphrodisiac.




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