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Herbs and Stars

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Herbs and Stars

Post by Agrimony on Wed Nov 13, 2013 6:20 am

This is a condensed tabulation! of herbs listed according to the planetary influence which affects each of them, as claimed by ancient tradition. In order that this list be of benefit, each of you must discover individually how true these planetary attributions are for these various herbs. It would seem that even a deeper study is necessary in order to discover the underlying causes of the different ways in which the medicinal virtues operate. Many, however, who have given some thought to this subject will find here a significant clue.

SUN:
angelica
ash tree
bay tree
burnet
butterbur
camomile
celandine
small centaury
eyebright
juniper
lovage
marigold
pimpernel
rosemary
rue
saffron
St. John's wort
St, Peter's wort
sundew
tormentil
turnsoie
heart-trefoil
vine viper's bugloss
walnut tree
MOON:
adder's tongue
arrach
brankursine
colewort
water caltrop
chickweed
clary
cleavers
coralwort
water cress
cucumber
duckmeat
Ileur de lys
(or water Hag)
fluelleln
cuckoo-flower
lettuce
water-lily
white lily
loosestrife
moonwort
mouse-ear
orpine
pellitory of Spain
rattle-grass
saxifrage
stonecrop
pearl-trefoil
wallHower
willow tree
MERCURY:
bitter-sweet
calamint
wild carrot
caraway
dill
elecampane
fern
fennel
germander
hazelnut
horehound
houndstongue
lavender
lily of the valley
liquorice
wall rue (or white maiden-hair)
golden maiden-hair
marjoram
mulberry tree
nailwort
oats
parsley
parsnip
pellitory of the wall
sauce-alone (garlic cress)
savory
scabius
smallage
southernwood
honeysuckle
valerian
VENUS:
alkanet
alehoof or ground ivy
artichoke
black or common alder tree
wild arrach
archangel bean
bishop's weed
bramble
blites
bugle
burdock
cherry tree
earth chestnuts
chickpease
columbine
coltsfoot
cudweed
cowslip
crab's claw
crosswort
daisy
devil's bit
eringo
featherfew
dropwort
figwort
foxglove
golden rod
gromel
gooseberry
groundsel
herb-robert
true-love
kidneywort
ladies' mantle
marshmallow
french mercury
dog mercury
mint
moneywort
motherwort
mugwort
nep or catmint
orchis
parsley piert
parsnip
pennyroyal
pear tree
periwinkle
plantain
plum tree
poppy
purslane
primrose
privet
queen of the meadows
ragwort
rye
woodsage
sanicle
self-heal
soapwort
sorrel
sow-thistle
spignel
strawberry
tansey
teasel
vervain
wheat
yarrow
MARS:

all-heal
pnmella vulgaris
barberry
basil
briony
benedictus
cardines
crowfoot
dovesfoot
flax-weed
burze bush
garlic
gentian
hawthorn
hedge-hyssop
hop
madder
master-wort
nettle
onion
pepperwort
ground pine
horse radish
rhubarb
savine
star thistle
tobacco
wormwood
JUPITER:

agrimony
alexander
wild parsley
asparagus
balm
white beet
bilberry
borage
chervil
chestnut tree
cinque foil
costmary
dandelion
dock
dog's grass
endive
fig tree
clove-gilliflowers
hart's tongue
hyssop
house-leek
livewort
lungwort
maple tree
melilot
oak tree
roses
sage samphire
scurvy-grass
lady's thistle
SATURN:

amaranthus
barley
corn
red beet
beech tree
bifoil
birds-foot
blue bottle
buck's hom plantain
comfrey
sciatica-cress
darnel
dodder
elm tree
water-fern
fleawort
flux weed
fumitory
gladwin
goutwort
heart's easehawkweed
hemlock
henbane
black hellebore
horsetail
holly
ivy
knapweed
knotgrass
medlar tree
mosses
mullein
nightshade
polypody of the oak
poplar tree
quince tree
service tree
shepherd's purse
spleen-wort
tamarisk tree
melancholy thistle
black thorn
thorough wax
tutsan
woad
Solomon's seal
Saracen's consound
willow herb
winter green
yew tree

Here is also the planetary influences on the various parts of the human body.

The zodiac is represented as ruler of the body whose parts are distributed throughout the twelve houses. These, in tum, are ruled by certain planets.

The following tabulation, according to Paracelsus, of organs of the body and the respective planets that rule them:
The Sun rules the heart.
The Moon rules the brain.
Venus rules the veins.
Saturn rules the spleen.
Mercury rules the liver.'
Jupiter rules. the lungs (chest).
Mars rules the gall.

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Re: Herbs and Stars

Post by Agrimony on Wed Nov 27, 2013 3:57 am

This is another list of plants and their planetary correspondence in both Latin and the scientific names of the plants.
The number 1, 2, or 3 preceding each name have the following meaning:
1. Plant's which may be used without special precautions.
2. Plants which should not be used without extensive documentation.
3. Dangerous or toxic plants, which should be used with much caution.


SATURN:
1 ? Hypericum androsoeum - tutsan
1 Centaurea cyanus - cornflower
1 Capsella bursa pastoris - shepherd's purse
1 ? Bupleurum rotundifolius - umbelliferaea
1 ? Asplenium trichomanes
1 Cuscuta - dodder
1 ? Aegopodium podogaria - goutweed
1 Epilobium - willow herb
2 Fumaria officinalis - fumitory
1 Symphytum officinalis - comfrey
1 Plantago psyllium - psyllium
2 Fagus silvatica - beech
3 Taxus baccata - yew
1 Centaurea jacea - knapweed
2 Lotus corniculatus - bird's foot trefoil
1 Mespilus germanica - medlar tree
1 Hordeum sativum - barley
1 Ulrims - elm
2 Osmonda regalis - mucilaginous extracted from royal fern
1 Viola tricolor - pansy
2 Verbascum thapses - mullein
1 Populus - poplar
1 Polypodium vulgare - female fern
1 Equisetum arvense - horsetail, shave grass
2 ? Pirula rotundifolia
1 Polygonum aviculare - knotgrass
3 Polygonatum - Solomon's Seal
1 Tamarix - tamarisk
JUPITER:
1 Agrimonia
1 Vaccinum myrtillus - bilberry
1 Asparagus - asparagus
1 Chrysanthemum balsamita - costmary
1 Borago officinalis - borage
1 Anthriscus - chervil
1 ? Sibylum marianum - milk or holy thistle
1 Castanea sativa - chestnut
2 Quercus - oak
1 Cynodon dactylon - bermuda grass
1 Colchlearia - scurvy grass
1 Chicorium endiva - endive
1 Figus carica fig tree
3 Anemone hepatica - iverwort
2 Hysopus officinale - hyssop
1 Sempervivum - houseleek
1 ? Smyrnium olusatrum - maceron
3 Melilotus officinalis - melilot
1 Melissa officinalis - balm
2 Rumex - dock
1 Taraxacum officinalis - dandelion
1 Pulmonaria - lungwort
Potentilla reptans - European five-finger grass
1 Rosa - rose
2 Salvia - sage
1 Scolopendrium - hart's tongue
MARS:

3 Artemisia absinthium - wormwood
2 Allium sativum - garlic
1 Crataegus - hawthorn
1 Ocimum basilicum - basil
3 Ranonculus bulbosus - bulbous buttercup
3 Bryonia dioica - red bryony
1 Centaurea calcitrapa - star thistle
2 Berberis vulgaris - barberry
1 Rubia tinctorum - madder
2 Gentiana - gentian
2 U rtica dioica - nettle
1 Armoracia impathifolia - horseradish
2 Gratolia officinalis - hedge hyssop
2 Humulus lupus - hops
1 ? Peuledanum ostruthium
1 ? Ajuga chameaopitys - ground pine
1 Linum usitatissimum - flax
3 Lobelia urens - lobelia
1 Allium cepa - onion
2? Lepidium - mithridate or pepperwort
2 Rheum - rhubarb
3 Juniperus sabina - creeping juniper
3 Nicotiana - tobacco
VENUS:

1 Alchimilla vulgaris - lady's mantle
1 Cynara scolymus - artichoke
1 Arctium - burdock
1? Meum athamanticum - spignel
2 Anchusa officinalis - bugloss
1 ? Brunella vulgaris
2 Nepeta - cataria - catnip
1 ? Gallium cruciata - crosswort
2 Spiracia oleracea - spinach
1 Filipendula hexapetala - drop wort
1 Fragaria vesca - wild strawberry
3 Rumex acetosa - sorrel
1 Ribes uva crispa - gooseberry
1 Althea officinalis - marsh mallow
2 Chrysanthemum leucanthenum - white weed
2Mentha - mint
3 Mercurialis annua - mercury herb
1 Alchillea millefolium - yarrow
1 Vinca minor - early-flowering periwinkle
1 Pyrus communis - pear tree
1 Cicer arietinum - garbanzo bean
1 Primula officinalis - primrose
1 Filipendula ulmaria - meadowsweet
1 Rubus fruticosus - bramble
1 Sanicula sanicle
1 ? Succisa praemorsa - devil's bit
2 Ligustrum common - privet
1 Tussilago farfara - coltsfoot
1 Verbena officinalis - European vervain
MERCURY:

1 Apium graveolens - celery
1 ? Alliara officinalis - garlic mustard
1 Anethum graveolens - dill
3 Artemisia abromatum - lad's love
1 Avena sativa - oat
2? Calamintha officinalis - calamint
1? Asplenium ruta muraria - polypodacae"
1 Daucus carota - carrot
1 Carum carvi - caraway
2 Lonicera periclymenum - honeysuckle
3 Solanum dulcamara - bittersweet nightshade
2 Foeniculum vulgare - fennel
1 Inula hellenium - elecampane
1 Lavendula officinalis - lavender
2 Majorana hortensis - sweet marjoram
1 Marrubium vulgare - horehound
3 Convallaria majalis - lily of the valley
1 Morus - mulberry
1 ? Corylus - avellana
1 Parietaria officinalis - pellitory
1 Glycyrrahiza glabra - licorice
1 Satureia hortensis - savory
1 Saxifraga tridactyles - saxifrage
SUN:

2 Angelica archangelica - European angelica
1 Anthemis nobilis - Roman chamomile
2 Chelidonium majus - celandine
1 Crithmum maritimum - samphire
1 Euphrasia - eyebright
1 Fraxinus excelsior - ash
2 Juniperus communis - juniper
2 Heliotropium europaenum - heliotrope
3 Laurus nobilis - laurel
1 Levisticum officinalis - lovage
2 Hypericum perforatum - St. Johnswort
1 Juglans - walnut
2 Centaurium vulgare - centaury
1 Sanguisorba - great burnet
2 Rosmarinus officinalis - rosemary
2 Ruta graveolens - rue
2 Crocus sativus - saffron
1 Calendula officinalis - calendula
1 Potentilla ( +) - tormentil
( +) contact with iron or steel, causes the plant to become toxic.
Trifolia - clover
1 Echium - blue-weed or viper's bugloss
MOON:

1 ? Acanthus mollis - bear's breech
1 ? Cardamina - milkmaid
1 Trapa natans - water chestnut
1 Brassica - cabbage
1 Cucumis sativus - cucumber
2 Nasturtium officinalis - watercress
1 Dentaria tooth wort
1 Lythrum salicaria - loosestrife
1 Galium aparine - cleavers
1 Iris versicolor - blue flag
2 Lactuca sativa - common lettuce
2 Lilium candicum - white lily
1 Stellaria media - chickweed
1 Hieracium pilosella - mouse ear
3 ? Anacyclus - compositae
1 Salix - willow
1 Saxifraga - pimpernel saxifrage
1 Salvia sclarea - clary sage
1 Veronica (beccabunga) - brooklime

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