Mullein (Verbascum)

Name: VERBASCUM spp.

Toxicity: not known

V. thapsus (Great Mullein)    Continent: Eurasia Habitat:IV,VI

V. nigrum (Dark Mullein)      Continent: Europe  Habitat: VI

V. lychnitis (White Mullein)  Continent: Europe  Habitat:IV,VI

V. blattaria (Moth Mullein)   Continent: Eurasia Habitat:VI

Applicable Plant Components: herb, root, flower

Sanctificational: herb

Invitatory: root

Convocational: root

Fortificational: herb

Psychical: herb

Pacificatory: herb, root

Reconciliatory: herb, root

Theurgical: herb

Prolongational: root

Amoristic: herb

Protectant: herb

Vulnerary: herb, flower

Sanguinary: herb

Ensurant: herb

Ecstatic: herb

Divinatory: herb

Affixal: herb

Affirmational: herb

Resurgent: root

Anecdotal: Verbascum makes good tinder as well as wick for lamps used to light ceremonies and cast spells. It is worn or carried for protection, or expulsion of predacious and malevolent spirits. Verbascum can be hung in windows and doors to accomplish this as well. As an excellent defense against nightmares Verbascum is placed under pillows. Its revivifying nature is formidable, used ritually to restore sanity and conscious awareness by the means of its smoke or steam. Verbascum is the medicine of strength and courage, appropriate to quests for personal medicine and knowledge. It is also an agent of love used to cast spells and divine in matters of the heart, including remedying broken hearts. The spirit within Verbascum is female and ancestral by nature offered at gravesites and invoked in ritual doctoring. It is a soothing intervention for spiritual pain that has led to injured psyches, wounded spirits and losses of expression and receptiveness.




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