The Pyracantha is native to southern Europe and Asia. It can reach 6 m high. It is a close relative of Cotoneaster, but Pyracanthas have serrated leathery leaves from 2 to 4 cm long and large thorns while Cotoneaster does not.
They give, in late spring, white flowers in corymbs, giving birth to red, orange or yellow crabapples in autumn.
The burning bush is used for the protection, to push back the bad energies. It is very effective to break a curse and can be used for the désenvoûtements.
Not intended for the food consumption.
Sachet of 10 gr