Woodruff (Galium)

Name: GALIUM spp.

Toxicity: considered toxic

G. verum (Bedstraw)                  Habitat: VI, VII

G. odorata (Woodruff)               Habitat: IV

G. saxatile (Heath Bedstraw)    Habitat: III

G. debile (Marsh Bedstraw)      Habitat: II

Continent: Eurasia

Applicable Plant Component: herb

Sanctificational

Convocational

Psychical

Desistant

Harmonical

Pacificatory

Reconciliatory

Reversional

Theurgical

Amoristic

Protectant

Tutelary

Vulnerary

Providential

Plenitudinal

Plenarial

Ensurant

Divinatory

Affixal

Anecdotal: Gallium is victory medicine distinctly connected to athletes and warriors. It is a prosperity charm containing the added benefit of protection against the loss of ritual expression or the ability to detect the visual subtleties in dreams and visions. The spirit within Gallium is invoked to address spiritual pain that has resulted in the impairment of personal shields as well as endopsychic wounds. It is particularly suited to women for removing psychic or creative obstacles. Gallium is love medicine for women also, when floated in bath water, placed in their beds, hidden in their clothing or strewn. Gallium is linked to ritual or circumstantial rebirth.




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