Where Does Mistletoe Grow ?  

Mistletoes are extremely diverse plant species. They are found in the Mediterranean, North America and Europe. There are more than a 1000 species of mistletoe found in the wild. A few of them have already been listed as endangered. It is one of the few parasitic plants known to undergo the process of “evolution”, which is very rare in the parasitic Plant Kingdom. These parasites depend on a host tree for growth and nourishment.More...

Benefits Of Mistletoe Tea

Benefits Of Mistletoe Tea

Mistletoe tea was extensively used during ancient times to treat various diseases and disorders. Hundreds of mistletoe species grow in the wild. These plants depend on other trees for their growth and survival.

They insert their roots deep into the barks or woods of other plants and draw water and food from the host tree for nourishment.More...

 

 

Facts About Mistletoe The Plant

Facts About Mistletoe The Plant

Mistletoe is often associated with Christmas. There are numerous species, which grow in the wild. Given below are some interesting facts about this plant.More...

 

 

Mistletoe History

Mistletoe History

Mistletoe has a very rich history. There are numerous stories and mythology supporting the origin of this plant, which dates back to several thousands of years. It is a parasitic plant and is often found on the barks and trees of other plans. It derives its daily dose of nourishment and water from the host plant making it a “complete” parasite.More...

 

 

Why Do People Kiss Under Mistletoe ?

Why Do People Kiss Under Mistletoe ?

It is impossible to imagine Christmas without mistletoes. These plants are extensively used for medicinal purposes. They have a rich mythology and history. These plants grow on apple trees and sometimes on deciduous trees and shrubs. They depend on the host tree for nutrition and water.More...

Medicinal Herbs :
•Aloe Vera •Arnica •Artichoke •Asparagus
•Barberry • Basil •Bean •Bindweed
•Buckwheat •Castor Oil •Chamomile • Cider
•Clover •Dandelion •Fennel •Fern
•Garlic •Gentian •Ginseng •Horseradish
•Hot Pepper •Iris •Lavender •Marjoram
•Milk Thistle •Mistletoe •Mullein •Mustard
•Nettle •Onion •Peach •Pumpin
•Rosemary •Sea Buckthorn •Soy •Thyme
•Wheat •Wormwood    

 

 

 

    
 
 
 


 

 

 
   
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