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Euphorbia: Correspondences

Author: Gwydion


Euphorbia spp. POISON
Folk Names: Crown of Thorns, Spurge,
Wolf's Milk
Gender: Feminine
Planet: Saturn
Element: Water
Power: Purification, Protection

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