Aubour, Bean Trifoil, Cytise, Cytise Aubour, Cytise Commun, Cytise Faux Ébénier, Cytisus alschingeri, Cytisus laburnum, Golden Chain, Indian Laburnum, Laburno, Laburnum anagyroides, Legume, Pea Tree.
Despite serious safety concerns, people take laburnum to cause vomiting and to empty the bowels.
In manufacturing, laburnum is used as a pesticide.
Be careful not to confuse laburnum and labdanum. They are different plants.
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