The Cabbage Family (Brassica spp)

Name: BRASSICA spp.

Toxicity: not known

Brassica napus (Rape) nativity unknown

Brassica nigra (Black Mustard) Continent: Eurasia

Brassica oleracea (Wild Cabbage) Continent: Europe

Brassica rapa (Wild Turnip) Continent: Europe

Brassica hirta (White Mustard) Continent: Eurasia

Brassica kaber (Charlock) Continent: Europe

Habitats: VI, VII

Applicable Plant Components: seed, herb

Sanctificational: herb, seed

Invitatory: herb, seed

Convocational: herb, seed

Fortificational: seed

Psychical: seed

Harmonical: herb

Pacificatory: herb, seed

Reconciliatory: herb, seed

Theurgical: seed

Amoristic: seed

Protectant: seed

Preserval: seed

Vulnerary: seed

Sanguinary: herb

Plenitudinal: herb

Anecdotal: The spirit within Brassica is invoked to address spiritual pain that results in the loss of creative, personal expression. It is a superb remedy for resolving obstacles that impair the flow of prayers and ideas. The seed is particularly esteemed for its ability to placate heaviness and revive the spirit. It strengthens memory, increases mental power and affords inordinate protection when carried in a red medicine bag. It is highly exorcismal when placed in doorways and guards against the intrusion of malevolent spirits. Brassica seed is believed to be a fine aphrodisiac and is an ingredient in potions and medicine bags for that purpose. 

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