Substances & Homeopatic Remedies

Lycopus virginicus

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Bugle weed (Lycopus virginicus), known as aniwani'skï, "talkers," because the chewed root, given to children to Swallow, or rubbed upon their lips, is supposed to endow them with the gift of eloquence. (myths of the CHEROKEE).

Gipsyweed:  Gipsies used it to stain the skin; it was used to blacken the skin of any princesses who ran away with them.
The herbn has been used as a cloth dye for centuries, as th fresh juice provides a black dye, which is permanent on wool or linen.