Broom (Genista)

Name: Genista tinctoria

Toxicity: considered toxic

Common Names: Wood or Woad Waxen, Dyer’s Greenwood, Broom

Continent: Eurasia

Habitat: III

Applicable Plant Components: flower, herb, seed

Sanctificational: flower

Reconciliatory: herb, flower

Vulnerary: herb

Soporific: seed

Ecstatic: seed

Anecdotal: Genista is used to weave baskets and mats. It can rendered into yellow dye. The spirit within Genista is invoked to address spiritual pain that results in the loss of protective shields. It exorcises and expels malevolent spirits suspected of being responsible for the breakdown of structure in ones life.

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