JACKSONVILLE — From evergreens and Poinsettias to holly holiday cacti and, we use a number of different flowers to decorate our houses and workplaces throughout the vacations. One plant this is certainly commonly mentioned is mistletoe. Mistletoe has an appealing past, from a historical sign of fertility to somewhere to slip a fast kiss. Moreover it features a darker part.
Mythology and folklore
Druids would climb up a sacred oak tree and eliminate mistletoe by having a sickle that is golden. After acquiring the mistletoe, they might sacrifice two bulls that are white their gods. They might then make an elixir using the mistletoe and thought it might cure sterility along with being an antidote to all or any poisons. (more…)