Twelve images of Osmorhiza claytonii, Clayton's Sweet Cicely, a member of the Apiaceae or Umbeliferae native to rich and open woods in eastern North America from Quebec to Georgia, Arkansas north to Saskatechewan. Fruiting bodies and roots are anise-flavored. American Indian groups chewed the root or gargled root tea for sore throats; poulticed root on boils, cuts, sores, wounds. A tea of the roots was used as a wash for sore red eyes, sipped for coughs.
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