A selection of articles related to crataegus.
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- Hawthorn: Correspondences
- Crataegus oxacantha Folk Names: Bread and Cheese Tree, Gaxels, Hagthorn, Halves, Haw, Hazels, Huath, Ladies' Meat, May, Mayblossom, May Bush, Mayflower, Quick, Thorn, Tree of Chastity Gender: Masculine Planet: Mars Element: Fire Deity: Cardeam Flora, Hymen...
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Suggested News Resources
- 7 Plants That Can Help with the Winter Doldrums
- Hawthorn (Crataegus sp.)—The fruits, flowers and leaves of all Crataegus species are edible, and yes amazingly medicinal. I use hawthorn in all sorts of recipes.
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- The berries of Crataegus have been renowned as cures for circulatory diseases ever since the first century. Some cultures call the fruit a remedy for a broken heart, which may be true if you are talking about the muscle.
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