Mistletoe is used as a Christmas ornament in England and America. People often kiss under the plant. In European legends, mistletoe is a plant with mysterious and holy meanings. It is believed that it can bring prosperity and prosperity and protect people from poisons and evil spirits. Once upon a time, people hung it outside the door to prevent witches from entering.
Today, mistletoe is still hung on the door as an important ornament for peace and happiness. The earliest written record of kissing under the mistletoe began in 17th century England, and the custom has spread to the present. If you find another person standing under the mistletoe, you must kiss!