Scot’s Broom (Cytisus)

Name: Cytisus scoparius

Toxicity: considered toxic

Common Name: Scot’s or Scotch Broom

Continent: Europe

Habitat: III

Applicable Plant Components: seed, flower, stem

Sanctificational: seed, flower

Convocational: seed, stem

Fortificational: seed, flower

Pacificatory: herb

Reconciliatory: flower, stem

Reversional: herb

Prolongational: seed, flower

Amoristic: flower

Tutelary: seed, flower

Plenitudinal: flower

Plenarial: seed, flower

Ensurant: seed, flower

Resurgent: herb

Anecdotal: The bark of Cytisus is used in tanning and the stems in baskets, mats and brooms. Its flexibility, an indication of its strength, is the feature that is recognized in rituals that enhances courage for spiritual journeys or combat with malevolent spirits. The spirit within Cytisus is invoked to address spiritual pain often associated with broken hearts. It is gathered only when in bloom because the bees that work it then imbue it with the spirit of abundance. This link to abundance makes it a favored choice for wedding bouquets.




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