Red Clover (Trifolium)

Name: TRIFOLIUM spp.

Toxicity: not known

T. pratense (Red Clover)

T. repens (White Clover, Shamrock)

Continent: Europe

Habitat: many diverse species

Applicable Plant Components: herb, flower

Sanctificational: herb, flower

Invitatory: flower, herb

Convocational: flower

Psychical: flower, herb

Desistant: herb

Pacificatory: herb, flower

Reversional: flower

Theurgical: herb, flower

Prolongational: herb, flower

Amoristic: herb, flower

Protectant: herb

Vulnerary: flower

Providential: herb

Ensurant: herb

Divinatory: herb, flower

Affixal: flower

Affirmational: herb, flower

Resurgent: flower

Anecdotal: Trifolium enhances practitioner’s ability to detect malevolent spirits thought to have stolen prosperity and success. This often leads to a loss of self-expression, an inability to take action and attrition to spiritual energy. It is highly exorcismal, restoring ones connection to the spirit of abundance and creating a profound sense of vision. I can not emphasize enough the spiritual value of Trifolium. It expels, repels and protects against the most malevolent spirits while enhancing ones relationship with the benevolent ones found in nature. Trifolium can be strewn, steamed, burned as smudge or worn in the left shoe for all of these reasons. It is feminine, tied to sacred cycles and is regarded as superb love medicine, a mender of broken hearts. Although Trifolium is the medicine of many animals it is the quintessential element of harmonious balance between the lynx and the hare. This is so profoundly pronounced in nature that I would have to regard Trifolium as Lynx and Hare Medicine above all else.

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