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- Common Names
- Bell Whip
- Typical of most whips, this plant grows in long supple shoots. The flowers of this plant have a distinct bell shape of a frosted red colour.
- Subtropical to subarctic brackish or freshwater wetlands, lake shores, and riverbanks in plains and savanna.
- Life Cycle
- Antiemetic - The ground seeds prevent gagging and vomiting if ingested, and in the right dosage may be useful in treating some ailments of the stomach.
- Poison - The seeds of the plant, if cracked or ground, release a poisonous compound that causes an excessive production of gastric activity.