Health & Healing Correspondences

Please note that these are not medical or herbal in purpose. Research each ingredient before attempting to take it internally in any fashion. These are for magical association and purposes only.

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For assisting in health and healing in general

SOURCE # PAGE # Healing, Health
     
2 137 anemone
2 139, 247, 248 apple
8 189, 214 apple
2 6 Ash
2 142 bay laurel
8 24-25 betony
2 72 carnations [red]
2 74, 151 cinnamon
2 74, 110, 159 eucalyptus
2 74, 76, 214 garlic
2 162-163 geranium [red]
2 165 heliotrope
2 168 hops
4 16 hydrangea
2 74, 111, 171-172 lavender
2 74, 111 lotus
2 111 mimosa
2 73-74, 180 myrrh
2 74 narcissus
2 72 olives
2 76, 184, 214 onion
2 189, 214 peppermint
2 73, 192-193 rose
2 72, 193-194, 214 rosemary
2 74, 114 rosemary
2 194-195 rowan
2 195-196, 214 rue
2 73-74, 196 saffron
2 74, 196-197, 214 sage
2 72, 74, 115, 198 sandalwood
2 116 sesame
2 200 spearmint
2 76, 201-202, 214 thistles
2 206-20 walnut
2 207-208 willow
2 214 wood sorrel
12 13 Butterbur / Fuki
12 15 Chamomile / camomile
12 35 comfrey
12 42 dill
12 45 elecampane
12 56 garlic
12 74 lovage
12 77-78 Calendula / marigold
12 79 marjoram
12 79 oregano
12 92 mullein
12 99 rue
12 102-103 sage
12 110-111 St. John’s wort
12 113 tansy
12 116 thyme
12 118 valerian
12 124-126 wormwood
12 127-129 yarrow
15 27 nettle
15 31 bamboo

 

To protect against illness and disease in general

SOURCE # PAGE # Against illness and disease
     
2 137 anemone
8 17 Angelica [Scandinavian]
2 139 asafoetida
2 151 cinquefoil
2 162 garlic
7 144-145 juniper
2 183-184 oak
2 184 onion
2 190 pimpernel
2 79, 195-196 rue
12 69 lavender
12 127 yarrow

 

To ease anxiety or nervousness. To encourage calmness

SOURCE # PAGE # For anxiety, nervous, nervousness, calm
     
12 16 Chamomile / camomile
12 69 lavender
12 89 mint
12 119 valerian
12 125 wormwood
15 50-52 bleeding heart
15 67-70 cannabis (marijuana)

 

To help ease mental illnesses

SOURCE # PAGE # Ease or healing mental illnesses. Prevents “madness” or “hysteria”. Sometimes use for easing epilepsy or “falling down sickness”
     
2 74, 114 rosemary
2 110 hyacinth
2 113 patchouli
2 152-153 clover
2 206-207 walnut
12 10 burdock

 

To ease depression or grief

SOURCE # PAGE # Ease depression, melancholy, sorrow, overcoming death of loved one, relieve grief, lifting spirits
     
2 111 melilot
2 116 sesame
2 109 cypress
2 150 celandine
2 169 hyacinth
2 175 calendula [marigold]
2 202 thyme
8 22 basil
12 13 Butterbur / Fuki
12 22 chervil
12 22 comfrey
12 22 ginseng
12 22 lemon balm
12 22 milk thistle
12 22, 110-111 St. John’s wort
12 28 chives
12 45 elecampane
12 67 hemp, cannabis
12 69 lavender
12 79 marjoram
12 79 oregano
12 104 sage
15 67-70 cannabis (marijuana)
15 103-105 cypress
15 247 nepenthes
15 370 weeping willow

 

 

To help ease pain

SOURCE # PAGE # Pain reduction, lessening pain
     
2 236 belladonna [POISON]
12 55 hemp, cannabis
12 82-83 meadowsweet
12 113 tansy [POISON]

 

To ease physical injuries & wounds

SOURCE # PAGE # Help healing injuries and wounds
     
2 75 oak
2 75 rue
2 75 carnation
2 78-79 red thistle
12 35, 59 comfrey
12 59 horsetail
12 63 hyssop
12 70 lavender
12 86 thistle, milk thistle
12 107 Solomon’s seal
12 127 yarrow

 

 

 

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