Wild Madder (Rubia)

Name: Rubia peregrina

Toxicity: not known

Common Name: Wild Madder

Continent: Eurasia

Habitat: VII

Applicable Plant Component: root

Convocational

Desistant

Pacificatory

Reversional

Tutelary

Vulnerary

Resurgent

Anecdotal: Rubia has long been used as a dye plant. In spirit handling the spirit within Rubia is invoked to address stagnation of the spirit. This issue is believed due to extreme attrition of spiritual energy. Rubia, because of its relationship to sacred cycles, resets the balance of energetic flow.




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