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okanagan colville

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Crataegus douglasii... Black Hawthorn
... -18 mm. Traditionally the berries were eaten raw or dried for future use by the Okanagan-Colville, Okanagon, Sanpoil, Nespelem, Shuswap, and Thompson. Spines were used to make fish hooks and other ...
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Eriogonum heracleoides... Parsnipflower Buckwheat
... of roots and stems were taken for colds by the Okanagan-Colville. Infusion of plant used to wash infected cuts by both the Okanagan-Colville and Thompson. Habitat: loamy to rocky places from sagebrush ...
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Eriogonum niveum... Snow Buckwheat
Eriogonum niveum... Snow Buckwheat Eriogonum niveum Snow Buckwheat Family: Polygonaceae (Buckwheat family) Photo taken near Monitor, dry open lower elevation slope 2002 Thayne Tuason 2002 Thayne Tuason Plant: Decoction of roots and stems taken for colds and to wash infected cuts by the Okanagan-Colville.
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Juniperus communis- Mountain Juniper
... by the Thompson. An infusion of bark and needles was taken for colds by the Okanagan-Colville, Shuswap, and Thompson.
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Lonicera involucrata
... Plant: shrub; 0.6 to 3 meters tall. Berries considered poisonous by the Thompson and Okanagan-Colville. A poultice of boiled leaves was also applied to swellings, and a decoction of the ...
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Oplopanax horridus... Devil's Club
... an infusion of crushed stems was taken as a tonic or blood purifier by the Okanagan-Colville, and Thompson. Infusion of inner pith taken for colds by the Sanpoil, and to increase ...
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Philadelphus lewisii... Mock Orange
... the Okanagan-Colville. Leaves rubbed with wather and used as a soap by the Okanagan-Colville. Bark soaked in warm water and used as a soap by the Shuswap. Both the Shuswap and the Okanagan-Colville ...
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Rhus glabra- Smooth Sumac
... Tuason 2003 Thayne Tuason Plant: Berries used to make a lemonade-like beverage by the Okanagan-Colville, Ojibwa, and Meskwaki. Juice from berries used as a stain by the Thompson. Roots used ...
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Ribes aureum... Golden Currant
... and prickles lacking. The berries were eaten fresh or dried for future use by the Okanagan-Colville and Yakama. Habitat: streambanks and washes in grassland or sagebrush desert to ponderosa pine forest ...
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Ribes cereum- Wax Currant
Ribes cereum- Wax Currant Ribes cereum var. cereum Wax Currant Family: Grossulariaceae (Currant family) Photo taken in the Colockum Wildlife Area, bottom of basalt talus slope, blooming late March and April 2003 Thayne Tuason Plant: Berries eaten fresh by the Okanagan-Colville, Okanagon, Thompson, Sanpoil and Nespelem, Montana Indian and others.
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