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Grape Root Oregon
Berberidaceae
Mahonia aquifolium


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General Information

Mahonia aquifolium

The root and underground suckers are used by herbalists for their blood-cleansing properties to treat skin disorders such as eczema, acne, psoriasis, and cold sores. They act as a digestive and liver tonic and are given to improve the appetite, suppress nausea, and reduce rheumatic inflammation. The root yields a yellow dye. Avoid during pregnancy.



Grape Root Oregon - Plant
Grape Root Oregon - Plant - artatom100



Grape Root Oregon - Plant
Grape Root Oregon - Plant - artatom100



Grape Root Oregon - Plant
Grape Root Oregon - Plant - artatom100



Grape Root Oregon - Plant
Grape Root Oregon - Plant - artatom100



Grape Root Oregon - Plant
Grape Root Oregon - Plant - artatom100



Grape Root Oregon - Plant
Grape Root Oregon - Plant - artatom100

Comment: Grape Root Oregon, Mahonia aquifolium

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mike

USA April 22, 2009
hmmm... Barberry may not have leaves like that, I think you're right, Grape Root Oregon.

mike

USA April 22, 2009
Looks like Barberry, Berberis vulgaris.

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