psychic powers

Acacia

Formal name: 
Acacia senegal
Other names: 
Cape gum
Egyptrian thorn
Gum arabic tree
Kikwata
Mkwatia
Mgunga
Mokala
CategoryCorrespondences
DeityDiana, Ishtar, Astarte, Osiris, Ra
GenderMasculine
Magical powersprotection, psychic powers
Path6
PlanetSun

Bay

Formal name: 
Laurus nobilis
Other names: 
Baie
Bay Laurel
Bay tree
Daphne
Grecian Laurel
Laurel
Laurier d'Apollon
Laurier Sauce
Lorbeer
Noble Laurel
Roman Laurel
Sweet Bay
CategoryCorrespondences
DeityFaunus, Eros, Ceres, Apollo, Aesculapius
GenderMasculine
Magical powersstrength, purification, psychic powers, protection, healing
Path6, 24, 30
PlanetSun

Mugwort

Formal name: 
Artemisia vulgaris
Other names: 
Artemis herb
Artemisia
Felon's herb
Muggons
Naughty man
Old man
Old Uncle Henry
Sailor's tobacco
St. John's plant

An aromatic, erect herb with grayish-green toothed leaves and short sprays or spikes of tiny greenish flowers.

Medicinal data
Part used: 
herb
Caution: 
avoid during pregnancy; don't use the tincture for more than 10 days, up to several times a year; the tea is safer to use long-term
Dosage: 
1 cup 2-3 x daily
20-30 drops 2-3x daily
Health benefits: 

bile-promoting herb used as digestive tonic, aids in digestion of fatty or protein foods; aids in mild indigestion; used after influenza to promote appetite and restore energy; useful for amenorrhea and dysmenorrhea; fresh juice externally applied for poison oak; used in moxibustion to increase blood circulation and relieve pain.

CategoryCorrespondences
Body systemsblood, digestive, liver
DeityDiana, Artemis
GenderFeminine
Herb actioncholagogue, emmenagogue
Herb categoryspecific
Herbal energycool
Herbal preparationinfusion, tincture
Herbal tasteacrid, aromatic, bitter
Magical powersastral projection, healing, prophetic dreams, protection, psychic powers, strength
Path13
PlanetVenus

Rose

Formal name: 
Rosa spp.
CategoryCorrespondences
DeityEros, Hulda, Hathor, Cupid, Demeter, Isis, Adonis, Harpocrates, Aurora
GenderFeminine
Magical powershealing, love, love divination, luck, protection, psychic powers
Path7, 14
PlanetVenus

Wormwood

Formal name: 
Artemisia absinthium
Other names: 
Absinthe
Old woman
Crown for a king
Madderwort
Wormot

A large woody garden plant from Europe with profuse gray-green feathery leaves and sprays of small, yellow flower heads.

Medicinal data
Part used: 
leaf
Caution: 
contraindicated during pregnancy and nursing; not for long-term use; do not exceed 1.5 grams of dried herb in tea, 2-3x daily; tea much safer than tincture.
Dosage: 
20-30 drops in a little hot water
1/2 cup 30 minutes before meals
Health benefits: 

strengthens stomach and gall bladder; Europeans use for painful digestion; stimulates bile, increases the appetite, and expel worms; in Chinese medicine to clear summer heat, for lingering fevers, and for nosebleeds.

CategoryCorrespondences
Body systemsdigestive
DeityIris, Diana, Artemis
GenderMasculine
Herb actionanthelmintic, bitter
Herb categoryspecific, stimulating tonic
Herbal energycold
Herbal preparationinfusion, tincture
Herbal tastebitter
Magical powerscalling spirits, love, protection, psychic powers
Path27
PlanetMars