Scotch Broom Cytisus scoparius
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This is just one of many herbs of this nature.
Medicinal properties and applications: Diuretic, cathartic. Prepared: decoctions, infusions. One ounce of dried flowering tops are added to a pint of boiling water. Herbalist use it for bladder and kidney related ailments. Controlled dosages are important with this plant and it should only be used by highly trained alternative practitioners. Large dosages or combinations with the wrong drugs, medications, or even herbs may be dangerous. Not suggested for people with heart conditions.
Scotch Broom can be either a poison or a medicine. What many people do not know is that there is a medical rule known as the "Arndt-Schulz rule". This rule states that any poison in a dilute enough dosage, has positive effects on life processes. In other words, the difference between a poison and a medicine is nothing more than the dosage that is administered. Because of this, the use of this ethnobotanical as a medicine should only be done so by highly trained alternative practitioners. In other words, it would take a highly trained homeopathic healer, or a true shaman, native american, or any other wise natural healer to successfully work with it for healing purposes. From a shamanic perspective, it's also used for astral travel, purifying sacred space, and protection, .
Too many people today believe that herbal medicine is a joke. They simply do not know that highly educated and brilliant minds do in fact research these plants, and understand that they do in fact produce highly complex organic compounds. Phytochemistry is a branch of science that embraces the study of these miraculous microscopic chemicals. I highly suggest taking up these studies in your colleges and universities. It would be a great contribution to human kind to help spread this knowledge.
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This historic metaphysical tool contains the following phytochemicals:
Biogenic amines (mostly tyramine in the young shoots), flavonoids (spiraeoside and scoparoside), isoflavones and their glycosides (genistin), allelopathic quinolizidine alkaloids (mostly sparteine, lupanine, scoparin and hydroxy-derivatives). Some of these are believed to help defend the plant against insect infestation and herbivory (with the exception of the resistant Aphis cytisorum). This would indicate that it may also make a very beneficial natural insecticide as well.
This entheogen is poisonous in suffecient dosage. Scotch Broom is sold and marketed for research purposes. Another species that is a lot like Scotchbroom in the sense that it can be either a poison or a medicine is DeadlyNightshade.
Organic Scotch Broom Scientific Name Cytisus scoparius Foliage Leaves
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