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Galangal (Alpinia officinarum) is used for upset stomach and flatulence.
15 – 30 grains a day.
The root is called Low John the Conquer, Southern John or Chewing John (as it is chewed during court trials to gain favor over the outcome), giving it the name Court Case Root.

Garlic, Common (Allium sativum) is excellent to use to cleanse the blood, fight off colds, strengthen the stomach and is used to lower high blood pressure.
The bulb is used to protect from malicious spirits.

Garlic, False (Nothoscordum bivalve), also called Crow Poison, is toxic.
The flower is carried for luck while fishing.

Garlic, Society (Tulbaghia violacea) helps during the menopause.
1 ounce drunk as tea once a day.
The scent of the flower is supposed to help those who are timid.

Gentian, Yellow (Gentiana lutea) is a wonderful tonic to strengthen the whole body.
2 – 8 grains a day.
This plant is used when one wishes to be more respected.

Germander, Sage-leaved (Teucrium scorodonia), also called Wood Sage, Ambrose and Garlic Sage, is a diuretic and is used in skin affections and diseases of the blood.
Fluid extract: ½ - 1 dram a day.

Germander, Wall (Teucrium chamaedrys) was once used to cure gout, remove obstructions in the bladder and to calm down coughing.
Fluid extract: ½ - 1 dram a day.

Giant Bird's Nest (Pterospora andromedea), also called Pine Drops, is used to stop lung bleeding and mountain folk would sniff it to stop nose bleeding.
½ ounce of seed pods once a day.
This plant is hung over the bed for virility.

Ginger, Common (Zingiber officinale) is chewed to calm down motion sickness and nausea and will stop diarrhea and flatulence.
Chew whole root.
The scent of the root restores self-determination.
The root is carried to find an appropriate mistress.

Ginger, Crepe (Costus speciosa) is questionably toxic.
The scent of the plant is supposed to strengthen feminine resistance to oppression.

Ginger, Wild (Asarum caudatum) helps with herpes and to relax sexual inhibition.
½ ounce powdered root once a day.
The scent of the plant is supposed to help release sexual abuse memories with continued use.

Ginkgo (ginkgo balboa) is known to aid in circulation and also is helpful in memory.
½ ounce leaves drunk as tea up to 3 times a day.

Ginseng (Panax quinquefolium) is well known as a safe stimulant and helpful to diabetics.
Chew on whole root.

Gipsyweed, Common (Lycopus Europaeus), also called Water Horehound, is an astringent and a sedative, breaks up phlegm, treats the gallbladder, and is externally used to increase liver bile flow.
½ ounce drunk as tea once a day.

Gladwyn, Stinking (Iris foetidissima), also called Spurge Plant and Roast Beef Plant, is a potent purgative.
2 – 3 grains a day.

Gleditschia (Gleditschia triacanthos) will stop the body’s reflexes and lock joints.
Inhale burning plant.

Glory Bower (Clerodendrum trichotomum) is burned for a calming feeling and is said to help one have less seizures with continued use.
Inhale burning flowers.

Gourd, Bushel (Lagenaria sicerarea) is used to treat asthma and weak vocal cords.
1 ounce per day.
The scent is said to make one become subservient.

Goat's Beard, Common (Tragopogon pratensis) is applied to relieve bee stings and is used as a soak for swollen feet.
2 part herb to 1 part water.

Goat's Beard, Flowering (Tragopogon major), also called Noon Flower, and is the best to dissolve bile.
½ ounce drunk as tea once a day.

Gold Thread (Coptis trifolia), also called Cancer Root, is used to fight alcoholism and chewed to heal cancer soars.
10 – 30 grains a day.

Golden Alexander (Zizia aurea) is applied to heal wounds, and is taken internally to induce sleep and treat syphilis.
Fluid extract: 10 drops up to 3 times a day.

Golden Corydalis (Corydalis aurea) is smoked to relieve headaches and menstrual irregularities.
1 ounce a day.

Golden Rod, American (Solidago virgaurea), also called Woundwort and Aaron's Rod, is used to help pass stones to heal ulcers.
Fluid extract: ½ - 1 dram a day.
This weed is used to find lost objects.

Goldenrod, Canadian (Solidago Canadensis). The leaves are used to treat urinary tract infections.
Fluid extract: ½ - 1 dram a day.

Golden Seal (Hydrastis Canadensis), also called Yellow Root, Orange Root, Ground Raspberry, Wild Curcuma, Eye Root, Eye Balm, Indian Paint and Jaundice Root, is a laxative and detergent, aids in digestion, acts on the mucus membranes and inflammation of the colon and rectum. CAUTION: Avoid during pregnancy.
Powdered root: 10 grains; leaf: 5 – 8 grains a day.

Gooseberry (Ribes grossularia), also called Feverberry, Carberry, Deberries, Goosegogs, Honeyblobs and Feaberry, is said to cure all inflammations.
1 ounce drunk as tea once a day.

Goutweed (Ægopodium podagraria), also called Goatweed, Herb Gerard, Ashweed, English Masterwort, Wild Masterwort, Pigweed, Ground Elder, White Ash, Bishopsweed and Bishopswort, is a diuretic and sedative and is applied externally to joint pain.
2 part herb to 1 part water, apply externally.

Grass, Blue-Eyed (Sisyrinchium albidum) is a laxative.
1/2 ounce drunk as tea up to 3 times a day.

Grass, Blue Stem (Andropogon gerardii) is taken to treat gas.
5 grams a day.

Grass, Broomsedge (Carex scoparia) is used to treat frostbite, soars, itching and rash.
2 part herb to 1 part water, apply externally.

Grass, Couch-grass (Agropyron repens L.), also called Twitch-grass, Quick-grass and Dog-grass, is used to remove gravels from the urinary passages.
½ ounce drunk as tea once a day.

Grass, Crab (Digitaria ischaemum) is a laxative.
Fluid extract: ½ - 1 dram a day.
The plant is usually hung above doors to keep the police away.

Grass, Bearded Darnel (Lolium temulentum), is a sedative and a pain reliever.
½ ounce drunk as tea once a day.

Grass, Sweet-Scented Vernal (Anthoxanthum odoratum) is sniffed up the nose to relieve hay fever attack.

Gravelroot (Eupatorium purpureum), also called Trumpet-weed, Gravelweed, Queen-of-the-Meadow Root, Purple Boneset and Hempweed, is a diuretic, astringent, removes gravels and is applied externally to joint pain.
3 – 5 grains a day.
When the plant is placed in a green flannel bag it will help in job hunting.

Greenweed, Dyers (Genista tinctoria) also called Greenwood. The seeds are purgative, but a small drop of the juice in alcohol makes a powerful narcotic.

Grindelia (Grindelia camporum, Grindelia cuneifolia, Grindelia squarrosa), also called Gum Plant, is an expectorant and a sedative.
30 – 40 grains a day.

Groundcherry (Physalis alkekengi), also called Chinese Lanterns, isn’t used because it is highly toxic, thought the ripe berries are at times considered diuretic.
This plant is used to force a lover to stay.

Groundsel, Common (Senecio vulgaris), also called Grundy Swallow, is used as a purgative and to remove worms.
Fluid extract: 1 dram once a day.

Guelder Rose (Viburnum opulus), also called Cramp Bark, Snowball Tree, King's Crown, High Cranberry, Red Elder, Water Elder, May Rose, Dog Rowan Tree, Silver Bells and Black Haw, is used as a sedative, to calm hysteria and convulsions.
1 – 3 grains a day.
The root is used for gambling luck and while searching for employment.

Gum, Sweet American (Liquidambar styraciflua) treats skin ailments.
10 – 20 grains boiled in lard and applied externally.
The seeds pods from this tree, called Witches Burs, are used for occult power.

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Ginger

Type: Essential Oil
Energy:
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Planet: 
Mars
Elements:  Fire
Part Used:  Fresh Root, Essential Oil
Powers:  Magical Energy, Physical Energy, Sex, Love, Money and Courage

Inhale before magical rituals of any kind while you visualize the scent stimulating your physical body, to excite muscular contraction which will produce bioelectrical energy.  

Inhale and visualize to promote courage, confidence, aggression (needed for self-survival), purification and success on all levels.

Because of its vibrate scent - it is best not to inhale before you go to bed, that is unless you plan on being up most of the night!

Gotu kola
 
Gotu kola is a slender, creeping plant that grows commonly in swampy areas of India, Sri Lanka, Madagascar, South Africa and the tropics. Its fan shaped leaves are about the size of an old British penny - hence its common names Indian pennywort, marsh penny and water pennywort.

It is regarded as one of the most spiritual and rejuvenating herbs in Ayurveda and is used to improve meditation. It is said to develop the crown chakra, the energy center at the top of the head, and to balance the right and left hemispheres of the brain, which the leaf is said to resemble.

Gotu kola has been widely used for a number of conditions, particularly in traditional Eastern health care. In Ayurveda Gotu kola is one of the chief herbs for revitalizing the nerves and brain cells. It is said to fortify the immune system, both cleansing and feeding it, and to strengthen the adrenals.

It has been used as a tonic for purification of blood and for promoting healthy skin. It has also been used to aid in restful sleep, treat skin inflammations, as a treatment for high blood pressure and as a mild diuretic. Recent studies (1995) demonstrated that Gotu kola destroyed cultured tumor cells in the laboratory setting (in vitro).

The leaves of this swamp plant have been used around the world for centuries to treat leprosy, cancer, skin disorders, arthritis, hemorrhoids, and tuberculosis. In recent years, Gotu kola has become popular in the West as a nerve tonic to promote relaxation and to enhance memory.

The herbs calming properties make it well suited for overcoming insomnia and making one calm for yoga and meditative practices. It is commonly used to rebuild energy reserves improve memory and treat fatigue, both mental and physical.

Gotu kola has been referred to as "food for the brain". This oriental herb has demonstrated mild tranquilizing, anti-anxiety and anti-stress effects, as well as improving mental functions such as concentration and memory. It has a calming effect on the body and is chiefly used to support the central nervous system. These beneficial qualities make Gotu kola an excellent herb for children with A.D.D. because it has a stimulating effect on the brain that increases one's ability to focus while having a soothing and relaxing effect on an overactive nervous system.

Gotu kola is often confused with kola nut. Due to this confusion, some people assume the rejuvenating properties of Gotu kola are due to the stimulating effects of caffeine contained in kola nut. In fact, Gotu kola is not related to kola nut and contains no caffeine. There are three main chemical constituents in Gotu kola. The first is asiaticoside, which is a triterpene glycoside and classified as an antibiotic. It aids in wound healing and has been used in the treatment of leprosy and tuberculosis in the Far East. The second constituent is a pair of chemicals, brahmoside and brahminoside, which are saponin glycosides. These are diuretic in nature and have a slightly sedative action in large doses. Finally, there is madecassoside, a glycoside that is a strong anti-inflammatory agent. The plant is also a source of Vitamin K, magnesium, calcium and sodium.

Gotu Kola has been found to have significant results in healing of skin, other connective tissues, lymph tissue, blood vessels, and mucous membranes. Researchers have found that Gotu kola contains several glycosides that exhibit wound healing and anti-inflammatory activities and that asiaticosides stimulate the formation of lipids and proteins necessary for healthy skin.

Gotu kola affects various stages of tissue development, including keratinization (the process of replacing skin after sores or ulcers), the synthesis of collagen (the first step in tissue repair), the stimulation of hair and nail growth, and support for the repair of cartilage. Gotu kola has been effectively used in the treatment of second and third degree burns. It has been shown to decrease healing time and reduce scar tissue formation.

Recent studies show that Gotu kola also has a positive effect on the circulatory system. It seems to improve the flow of blood throughout the body by strengthening the veins and capillaries. Gotu kola has been shown to be particularly useful for people who are inactive or confined to bed due to illness.

The herb has been used successfully to treat phlebitis (inflammation of the veins), varicose veins, as well as leg cramps, swelling of the legs, and "heaviness" or tingling in the legs. In modern health care it has been used for venous insufficiency, localized inflammation and infection, and post-surgery recovery.

Parts Used: Leaves and aerial parts.

Common Use: Prevention of mental fatigue and enhanced concentration and memory. A balancing tonic that both increases energy and relaxes the body. Stimulates the central nervous system, aids circulation especially in the legs, and is a mild diuretic. Aids in many types of wound healing. Used for rheumatism, blood diseases, mental disorders, high blood pressure, congestive heart failure, sore throat, and hepatitis.

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