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Osmorhiza is a genus of North American perennial herbs, known generally as Sweet Cicely or Sweetroot. Osmorhiza longistylis was used by Native Americans to treat digestive disorders and as a wash for wounds.
The seeds of this plant have barbs on the end allowing them to stick to clothing, fur, or feathers.
Ref: USDA PLANTS database
Categories: Apiales stubs | Apiaceae | Herbs | Flora of Eastern United States
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