Definition of doctrine of signaturesCategorized under "General"
Definition as written by Terry:
An ancient belief that God gave every plant a purpose, which is hinted at by the plant's physical properties (shape, coloring, etc.)
For example, hepatica is shaped like the human liver, and was once believed to cure problems associated with the liver, and even symptoms such as cowardice, freckles and indigestion.
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