Wild Vine (Bryonia)

Name: Bryonia dioica

Toxicity: toxic, skin blisters

Common Name: Wild Hop, Wild Vine

Continent: Eurasia

Habitat: VI

Applicable Plant Components: root, fruit

Sanctificational: root, fruit

Pacificatory: root

Reconciliatory: root

Theurgical: root

Protectant: root

Anecdotal: Bryonia is considered Ram Medicine and it affords protection against lightning. It is a dye plant and the root is used in tanning. Bryonia, although highly toxic, is entreated by experienced practitioners for exorcising virulent and dangerous spirits. These particular spirits wreak havoc on everything causing, for example, dire spiritual pain, the loss of expression or awareness, even devastating weather believed to have been maliciously conjured.

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