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- Common Names
- Beak Reed
- Herbaceous, Reed
- This tall water reed is named for the appearance of its twined leaves branching from the main stem. They form a structure resembling an open beak. The long stalks are used as a weaving material for a variety of goods, and are an excellent source of cordage fibres. Beak Reed is a useful febrifuge and anti-emetic. The medicinal uses of this plant derive from the inner pulp of the root bulb near the base of the stalk.
- Beak Reed is found throughout bogs, marshes, and coastal estuaries of Anexea at all latitudes.
- Life Cycle
- febrifuge (root), antiemetic (root)
- weaving (stalks), cordage (stalks and leaves)