Acai, Maqui And Many Other Popular Berries That Will Change Your Life And Health. Berries have been demonstrated to be some of the healthiest foods on the planet. Each month or so it seems fresh research is being brought out and new berries are being exposed and analyzed for their health giving attributes.
Saturnine things, amongst Elements, are Earth, and also Water amongst humors, black Choller choler that is moist, as well natural, as adventitious, adust Choller choler excepted. Amongst tasts tastes , soure, tart, and dead. Amongst Metals, Lead, and Gold, by reason of its weight, and the golden Marcasite. Amongst stones, the Onix onyx , the Ziazaa, the Camonius, the Saphir sapphire , the brown Jasper, the Chalcedon, the Loadstone, and all dark, weighty, earthy things. Amongst Plants, and Trees the Daffodill, Dragon-wort drsgon's wort , Rue, Cummin cumin , Hellebor Hellebore , the tree from whence Benzoine comes, Mandrake, Opium, and those things which stupifie, and those things which are never sown, and never bear fruit, and those which bring forth berries of a dark colour, and black fruit, as the black Fig-tree, the Pine-tree, the Cypress-tree, and a certain tree used at burials, which never springs afresh with berries, rough, of a bitter tast taste , of a strong smell, of a black...
The Magician will collect some branches and berries from the Juniper tree, which he will place within a container or pot with water to boil. He will drink a glass of that beverage when the ritual of angelic invocation begins. He will also place a censer over the altar of his sanctuary, in which he will put branches and berries of the Juniper tree. He can also add branches of Yarrow (Achillea millefolium L.) for the decoction that he has to drink, as well as for the smoke offering in the temple. Yet, if he does not find the Yarrow branches, only the Juniper tree will be enough for the rite. The branches and berries of the Juniper tree also have the power of cleaning our astral body from any type of larvae.
BLACKBERRY Healing, protection and money. Sacred to Brighid. Leaves and berries said to attract wealth and healing. east and concentrate on your wish turn to your left until you are facing east again, continually sprinkling buckthorn bark powder (or an infusion made with buckthorn bark) as you turn. Also called Arrowwood, Black Dogwood, Black Alder Dogwood, Black Alder Tree, and Persian Berries.
Ofslaen All parts of the mistletoe, whether it be the stems, leaves, flowers, or berries, contain a nervine chemical that targets a woman's uterus, promoting wracking, painful contractions. In pregnant women this is invariably fatal for both the mother and the child. In non-pregnant women, it causes severe internal damage. Fortunately, casually eating small quantities of the berries or leaves isn't enough to induce this effect rather, a woman must ingest several handfuls of the raw plant material or approximately one ounce of the unprocessed for the poison to take hold. If the victim fails her Fortitude save (DC 19), she takes 1d4 points of temporary Constitution primary damage, and faces 1d8 hit points of secondary damage from internal bleeding spread out across an equal number of rounds. A suc-Mistletoe cessful save means she only takes 1 point
The Healing Powers Of Blueberries The Felfoldi's Medical Herbal Encyclopedia The Complete Book On Herbal Magick The Herbs And Animals Of The Bible The Road To Better Health The Gnomes In Mythology The Magic Of Heaving Great Sex The Healing Powers Of Strawberries The Backyard Terror Squirrels Changing The Way We Look At Wolves Cooking With Eggs Cookbook The Healing Powers Of Watermelons The Healing Powers Of Avocados
HAWTHORN BERRIES The magickal uses of this herb includes chastity, fertility, fairy magick, fishing magick, and rebirth. Also used for success in matters relating to career, work, and employment. This herb was very sacred to the Druids. The small berries are wrinkled and red and perfect for adding to your Betlane alter for May day offerings.
Yew (berries) Yew These large evergreen, needle-bearing trees and shrubs have dark green leaves and bear pleasant red berries. Yews are common throughout the wild with the exception of arctic regions. The plant's seeds and leaves are incredibly deadly, often resulting in the sudden death from cardiac arrest of anyone eating its seeds or foliage. Fortunately, its alluring berries are the least poisonous part of the plant, but ingesting a large enough quantity also has the same effects.
This plant is a parasitic bush that depends upon a host tree for life, its root piercing the host's trunk to take sustenance from the vital fluids flowing through the larger plant. It has leathery, yellowish-green leaves and yellowish-brown stems. In season, white berries follow small, similarly white flowers. Sometimes it is known as the golden bough because it is rumored to open the door to the underworld or as mystyldene, which means odd twig, for the way it emerges out of trees like a branch, yet remains a distinct, separate plant. Birds love the mistletoe's berries, and as such play a vital role in its reproductive cycle the plant grows on a host when its seeds are deposited upon it as part of bird excrement.
Whole Allspice, berries, hold a wonderful sent of cloves. They actually look and feel like wood berries or beads. A very vitalizing spice, this herb is perfect for health amulets. Put out a small dish of Allspice in a sick persons room to uplift. It also promotes determination and energy.
The number following each trait name is its rating, which is added to an herbalist's base DC 15 when she makes a skill check to create either a mundane or a magical concoction. It also determines the amount of time she must spend working on the material, with the amount of time being measured in hours for mundane concoctions, or days for magical ones, and equal to her Herbalism skill modifier subtracted from the trait rating. For example, Umeiko the Sorceress has the Herbalism skill at + 16, and wants to turn berries from the henna plant into a type of enchanted ink for creating magic-storing tattoos. The plant's pigment trait rating is 20, giving her a DC of 35 to effect the change over the course of 4 days.
When an Angel of the First Altitude responds to invocation, he carries a banner emblazoned with a white cross, his body is clothed about with a luminous cloud, and he is crowned with roses. He is fair of face, and at his departure leaves a sweet perfume. An Angel of the Second Altitude has the form of a young child in rose-coloured satin, with a crown of red gillyflowers on his head. His face looks towards heaven, and shines with the light of the sun. The perfume which he leaves endures for a long time. An Angel of the Third Altitude appears in the form of a child or little woman in green and silver colours, wearing a crown of bay leaves beset with white flowers. This apparition also leaves sweet perfume. An Angel of the Fourth Altitude appears in the form of a boy or little man, in black or olive garments, crowned with ivy berries. His perfume differs from the rest, but is not