Santeria: Plants for Oshosi

Prodigiosa-bryophyllum-pinnatum
Prodigiosa-bryophyllum-pinnatum

Here is a non exhaustive list of the plants which belong to Oshosi and which are used in the Santeria and in the Palo Mayombe. Plants appear with the common name used in Cuba and followed by the scientific name.
Aguinaldo blanco (Rivea corymbosa L.)
Alacrancillo (Heliotropium indicum L.)
Bejuco de canastas (Trichostigma octandrum)
Bejuco perdiz (Bignonia Unguis L.)
Cardo santo (Argemone mexicana)
Coralillo rosado (Antigonon leptopus)
Cuaba amarilla (Amyris balsamifera)
Dormidera ou Sensitiva ou Vergonzosa (Mimosa pudica)
Embeleso (Plumbago capensis Thunb.)
Guamá (Lonchocarpus sericeus)
Helecho hembra (Athyrium Filix-Femina ou Pteris aquilana)
Hierba fina (Cynodon dactylon L. ou Paspalum notatum)
Incienso de costa (Tournefortia gnaphallodes)
Jia blanca (Casearia alba A. Rich)
Maiz (Zea mays L.)
Pata de gallina (Eleusine indica L. ou Dactyloctenium aegyptium)
Peonia (Abrus precatorius L.)
Prodigiosa ou Siempreviva (Bryophyllum pinnatum L. ou Kalanchoe pinnata)
Rompezaragüey (Eupatorium odoratum)
Tabaco (Nicotiana sp.)

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