Nine images of Geum canadense, White Avens, a member of the rose family, Rosaceae, widespread in open woods in eastern North America from Quebec and the Canadian Maritime provinces, south to Georgia, west to Texas, and north to Montana. A minor American medicinal plant, the root of which was used as a gynecological aid by native groups. A tincture of the roots was formerly used in homeopathy as a substituted for Geum urbanum. Root, but also the leaves, once used on Prince Edward's ialand as a mild tonic. Also considered a bitter for digestion and used for diarrhea in children.
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