Scoparius
Title: Scoparius
Additional Names: Broom; green broom; Scotch broom; Irish broom; hogweed; bannal
Literature References: Dried tops of Cytisus scoparius (L.) Link, Leguminosae. The seeds and flowers are also used, though not officially. Habit. Western Asia, Southern and Western Europe; cultivated in U.S.A., particularly in Oklahoma. Constit. Sparteine, scoparin, genisteine, sarothamnine, volatile oil, tannin, fat, wax, sugar.
Therap-Cat: Diuretic, cathartic.

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