“Cedar is an appropriate herbe for using amethysts and sapphires. Should you have these gems, they should be stored in a small box made of cedar. Incidentally, it is said that Unicorns absolutely love to have little cedar boxes around in which to store their treasures.” (P. 207, italix mine.)
UNICORN ROOT“The true Unicorn Root is used by those who keep one or more astral Unicorns about, and is the patron herbe of the magical tradition of Lothlorian. It is a Visionary Herbe, used by those who enjoy an element of joyful fantasy in their visionary workings.”- Paul Beyerl, The Master Book of Herbalism. (p. 251)
I don't even need to troll this, do I?*
Now, serious question: I believe that on Mr. Roth's site, he states that if you plant mandrake next to grapes, the grapes will take on some of its more... interesting... properties. Is this true? Because if so, I know of this daimon, see, and you know. Boons of the drunken daimons and all.
*I'm especially fond of the “Orc Root,” which causes one to be beset by the angry legions of the realm of Orcus. It's especially prized in the magical tradition of, “GOOD GOD, BUT WHY?!”