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Monday, March 1, 2010

Plants you should know; Cup Plant

This plant grows 4-7 feet in height. In August, it goes into bloom.

You can chew on the root to sweeten your breath.

Steep the root for a long time, making a tea. This as used by Native Americans to help with intermittent fevers, internal bruises, ulcers and liver affections. It is a stimulant and an antispasmodic. The tea is also claimed to help with enlarged spleen.

Always talk to your doctor before using herbal remedies.

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