Scot’s Lovage (Ligusticum)

Name: Ligusticum scoticum

Toxicity: not known

Common Name: Scot’s Lovage

Continent: Europe

Habitat: VII

Applicable Plant Component: root

Sanctificational

Invitatory

Convocational

Psychical

Desistant

Harmonical

Pacificatory

Reconciliatory

Reversional

Theurgical

Prolongational

Amoristic

Protectant

Preserval

Vulnerary

Plenitudinal

Plenarial

Ensurant

Affirmational

Resurgent

Anecdotal: Ligusticum is tremendously diverse medicine. Deeply linked to sacred cycles it restores ones appetite for life by stopping attrition of spiritual energy. Ligusticum directly relates to the inability to comprehend ancestral or spiritual guidance and a severe impairment of expression, especially when associated with ritual singing. It is both revivifying and exorcismal, particularly in instances when malevolent spirits are wielding control over events. Ligusticum root is believed to protect against pain and illness. When carried it repels snakes. Ligusticum counters spells conveyed by bird familiars of malevolent individuals that have dark intentions.




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