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- Common Names
- Club Root
- Herbaceous, Flower
- This tall grassland plant has a long taproot that forms a bulb at the deepest point. Club Root blooms every three years, and its flowers form a meter long spike of yellow, orange, or peach colour.
- Sub-tropical to sub-arctic, arid hills, grasslands, deserts, or scrub lands.
- Life Cycle
- Tri-annual, producing tall spike of flowers which produce seeds with flat wings, allowing for wind dispersal.
- The roots are edible, but lack any agreeable flavour.
- antiphlogistic (flowers), antispasmodic (flowers), aperient (flowers), hypnotic (core), vasoconstrictor (core)
- The flowers are useful in treating spasms and seizures, as well as being a fever reducer, and aid against swelling. The core of the floral spike is mildly hypnotic, and works to constrict blood vessels.