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What Broom herb Is:

Do not confuse broom, also called Scotch broom, with butcher's broom (see "Butcher's Broom"). Native to Europe but now found in South America and all over North America, broom, with its small, bright yellow leaves, belongs to the pea family and has a long history as an herbal medicine. At one time, the plant's tender green tops were used as a flavoring agent in beer. Its most common use, however, was custodial: The first part of one of the botanical names, Sarothamnus, is derived from a Greek verb meaning "to sweep." The last part of this botanical name, scoparius, is derived from the Latin word meaning "besom," a broom made out of twigs. In short, the flexible, durable sticks and stems of the plant's branches make excellent brooms.

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