Plumbaginaceae Limonium carolinianum (Walt.) Britt.

Carolina Sealavender

Micmac - Drug, Tuberculosis Remedy

Use documented by:
Mechling, W.H., 1959, The Malecite Indians With Notes on the Micmacs, Anthropologica 8:239-263, page 259

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Scientific name: Limonium carolinianum (Walt.) Britt.
USDA symbol: LICA17 (View details at USDA PLANTS site)
Common names: Carolina Sealavender
Family: Plumbaginaceae
Family (APG): Plumbaginaceae
Native American Tribe: Micmac
Use category: Drug
Use sub-category: Tuberculosis Remedy
Notes: Roots pounded, ground, added to boiling water and used for consumption with hemorrhage.

RECRD: 44176 id: 20322