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Prince's Plume, also known as the "Sentinel of the Plains", absorbs selenium from the soil and is toxic to livestock but cattle rarely eat it unless other forage is unavailable. Only a small amount of the plant can cause poisoning.
Native Americans used the roots to treat swellings, rheumatism, itching, sore throats, and earaches. Prince's Plume is
Also by Robert R. Gaines
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