Sealed with a Kiss

 Most mistletoes parasitize a variety of hosts, and some species even parasitize other mistletoes, which in turn, are parasitic on a host. 

--Encyclopedia Britannica

Because mistletoe could blossom even during the frozen winter, the Druids came to view it as a sacred symbol of vivacity, and they administered it to humans and animals alike in the hope of restoring fertility. 

--Evan Andrews

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