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What Mistletoe herb Is:

To the Druids, mistletoe was magical. It needs no contact with soil to survive and thrive, appearing spontaneously and growing entirely in trees. We now know there's no magic involved; instead, this is a case of plant parasitism. Mistletoe's seeds, spread from tree to tree by birds, sprout small roots that puncture branches and take hold. Sprigs of the plant—with its thick oval leaves, clusters of light yellow or green flowers, and white berries—used to be hung in homes to ward off bad luck, witches, and illness. This practice eventually gave rise to the tradition of hanging mistletoe above a doorway during the Christmas season. You would do well to keep this poisonous plant there; ingesting it can be the kiss of death.

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