Calamus Root Acorus calamus
“Protect, luck, heal wounds”
Calamus Root, an aquatic perennial also known as Sweet Flag, is a part of Ayurvetic medicine. It is also used for luck, external wounds, and as a protection against hunger and poverty. Methods include external teas, carrying, and incenses. The rhizome may have a poisonous effect under certain conditions causing disturbed digestion and in severe cases,gastro-enteritis.
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