Weasel’s Snout (Antirrhinum)

Name: Antirrhinum orontium

Toxicity: not known

Common Name: Weasel’s Snout

Continent: Eurasia

Habitat: VI

Applicable Plant Components: herb, seed

Invitatory: herb

Reversional: herb

Theurgical: herb

Protectant: seed

Plenitudinal: herb

Anecdotal: Antirrhinum is thought to prevent deception by others when carried. It is reflective magic believed capable of reversing spells and returning them to the sender. It is both exorcismal and affords inordinate protection. Antirrhinum stimulates ritual processes when it is either held or placed on an altar.




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  1. rajdhaniflorist.com August 22nd, 2012 - 9:11 am

    Many new varieties of Antirrhinum flowers have been developed over the years. They come in differing hues of red, peach, salmon, cream, yellow, white, maroon and & mauve and may be tall, medium or small.

    • Yes, of course. Everyone knows the beauty of snapdragons and I have grown countless in the garden. My post however is about a variety used in ritual medicine. It doesn’t have quite the flash and sizzle of the cultivars but is beautiful in its own right.

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