Amorpha canescens f. glabrata Nutt.
- Common Name:
- Family: Fabaceae Juss.
- Country of Origin:
- Description: glabrous selection
- Uses: An infusion of the leaves has been used to kill pinworms or any intestinal worms. The infusion is also used to treat eczema, the report does not say it if is used internally or externally. The dried and powdered leaves are applied as a salve to cuts and open wounds. A decoction of the root is used to treat stomach pains. A moxa of the twigs has been used in the treatment of neuralgia and rheumatism. (taken directly from Plants For A Future)
- Potentially Invasive Plant - Plants are not to leave Greenhouse!
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- Accession # 201000089
- Source: Bryan Connolly ex NEWFS
- Accession Date: 06-10-2010
- Bench: 3301 - E Bench
- Qty: 2 confirmed on 09-28-2012
- Division: Magnoliophyta
- Class: Magnoliopsida
- SubClass: eurosid I
- Order: Fabales
- Family: Fabaceae
- SubFamily: Faboideae
- Tribe: Amorpheae
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