Thornapple (Datura)

Name: Datura stramonium

Toxicity: toxic narcotic

Common Name: Thornapple

Continent: North Temperate Zone

Habitat: VI

Applicable Plant Components: root, seed, flower, herb

Sanctificational: root

Invitatory: root

Convocational: root

Psychical: seed

Pacificatory: herb, root

Reconciliatory: herb, root

Theurgical: root

Amoristic: seed, herb

Vulnerary: herb, flower

Sanguinary: herb, flower

Providential: seed

Plenitudinal: root

Plenarial: herb

Ensurant: herb

Soporific: herb, root, flower, seed

Ecstatic: herb, root, flower

Divinatory: root

Affirmational: herb, flower

Resurgent: herb

Anecdotal: Datura is entreated to conjure rain as well as to find things that have been lost. Its spirit holds supernatural power that induces dreams or visions of ancestors, other worlds, the future, all types of concealed or invisible things. Datura is believed to increase strength and perception and therefore success. It is widely used by many groups in ritual initiations or enhancing objectives. The spirit within Datura is invoked to address spiritual pain or exorcise malevolent spirits that impair the senses needed to excel in the areas mentioned. This can include reconciling the loss of self-expression or the inability to comprehend the guidance received from ancestors or benevolent spirits. It is an esteemed incarnant when dealing with endopsychic wounds caused by malevolent spirits. Ritual applications hold the concept of birth, death and rebirth as part of its fundamental action.




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  1. I would presume that since is that Datura is listed as a toxic narcotic, it would be impossible to obtain, even online?

    • Not at all. It is common throughout the southwest. I have seen it growing in parking lots as far east as TN and elsewhere. Many a garden boasts a cultivated stand of Datura. Its tough, easy to grow from seed, and absolutely gorgeous. But it belongs in the hands of seasoned practitioners, that’s for sure. It is widely used by tribal shamans all over the northern hemisphere.

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