Monday, September 29, 2014

Spinifex

Image from ausflowers

A rather unprepossessing plant, but powerful. Journalist and author Bruce Chatwin saw a lot of it while travelling through the Australian outback in search of the Aboriginal Songlines.

Spinifex, triodia, is a native grass that grows in the arid regions of inland Australia. It is used as pasture and also as a natural source of resin long used by Aboriginals for cladding shelters.

This plant essence leads to empowerment through understanding of the deep emotional factors that lead to illness. It combats feelings of victimhood and Ian White reports that it effects physical healing as well. Conditions this remedy can alleviate include fine cuts, herpes and chlamydia.

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