"Indian type blackberry"
Blackberry (wild trailing)
Food and Medicinal Uses:
Stháthqiy (sweet, tender shoots) are eaten in the spring.
Sqw'ó:lmexw ripen in July and are eaten fresh, dried, or made into jams and jellies.
Sqw'ólmexwelhp is a medicine for stomach ache, diarrhea, hemorrhoids, mouth sores, and sore throat.
CAUTION: Wilted leaves can be toxic.