Poolroot (Sanicula)

Name: Sanicula europaea

Toxicity: considered toxic

Common Names: Poolroot, Sanicle

Continent: Europe

Habitat: IV

Applicable Plant Components: herb, root

Sanctificational: herb

Convocational: root

Psychical: herb

Desistant: herb

Pacificatory: root, herb

Reconciliatory: root, herb

Reversional: root

Theurgical: root

Prolongational: root

Preserval: root

Vulnerary: herb

Providential: root

Plenitudinal: herb

Resurgent: root

Anecdotal: In antiquity sacred wells were springs. Pools that bubbled up then disappeared were regarded as particularly enchanted and guarded by the Sanicula that grew near them. The water was esteemed in magic as a wash for practitioners’ tools. The same wash was used on basket makers’ hands relinquishing their spirits from the finished vessels. The spirit within Sanicula is invoked to address poisoned spirits that have lost their energy for expression. This can relate to broken hearts or disconnection from magic or fortuitousness. Sanicula is serious water medicine and deeply feminine linked to supporting harmonious balance within sacred cycles as well as peaceful, ritual rebirth.




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