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T'át'ets'em ts'esémelep

 "Sour weed from the ground"


Sheep Sorrel/Sour Weed

Rumex acetosella

Sheep sorrel (plant, flowers) - IMG_4324_edited_edited_edited.jpg



Food and Medicinal Uses:

Young shoots eaten boiled in April-May, or dried.

High in vitamins A and C, protein, minerals, and iron.


Treats anemia, diarrhea, dysentery, bladder infections, asthma and bronchitis, hayfever, and urinary tract infections.

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