Sweet Broom (Ruscus)

Name: Ruscus aculeatus

Toxicity: not known

Common Names: Knee Holly, Butcher’s or Sweet Broom

Continent: Eurasia

Habitat: IV

Applicable Plant Component: root

Sanctificational

Harmonical

Pacificatory

Reconciliatory

Theurgical

Tutelary

Plenitudinal

Plenarial

Ensurant

Anecdotal: Ruscus can be bundled into brooms that sweep away and repel malevolent, invasive entities determined to steal the spirit of abundance from food. Its spirit is invoked to reconcile broken spirits, restoring sanctity and openness to the Universe. If it is decided that malevolent or obstructive spirits are the cause, Ruscus is a good exorcismal that repairs expression and restores an appetite for life.




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