Slipperweed (Impatiens)

Name: Impatiens noli-tangere

Toxicity: uterine stimulant

Common Names: Wild Balsam, Silverweed, Slipperweed

Continent: Europe

Habitat: IV, V

Applicable Plant Components: herb, seed

Sanctificational: herb, seed

Convocational: seed

Pacificatory: herb

Reconciliatory: herb

Reversional: seed

Amoristic: herb

Tutelary: herb

Vulnerary: herb

Plenitudinal: herb

Plenarial: herb

Divinatory: herb

Affirmational: herb

Resurgent: herb

Anecdotal: Impatiens is an invigorating spirit that disperses stagnation related to genetous issues of the past that have a negative influence on the present. It opens up paths that lead to effective self-expression and a clear sense of vision. As a formidable incarnant Impatiens addresses resulting endopsychic wounds and resolves associated tension. It figures prominently in women’s medicine as a facilitator of ritual rebirth, healing problems that have jeopardized ones security and abundance. Impatiens is Goat Medicine and used as a dye plant.

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