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ecology of Devil"s club (Oplopanax horridum (J.E. Smith) Miq.) in western Oregon

Ashley H. Roorbach

ecology of Devil"s club (Oplopanax horridum (J.E. Smith) Miq.) in western Oregon

by Ashley H. Roorbach

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Medicinal plants -- Ecology -- Oregon.

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    Statementby Ashley H. Roorbach.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination117 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages117
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17702587M

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Ecology of Devil"s club (Oplopanax horridum (J.E. Smith) Miq.) in western Oregon by Ashley H. Roorbach Download PDF EPUB FB2

Devil's club can be found in well-drained forests from coastal Alaska southward and eastward to California, the Northern Rockies, with a disjunct population near northern Lake Superior. Bears delight in eating large quantities of the abundant berries produced by devil’s club in the mid-summer months.

In Press). Devil's-club played, and still plays, an important role in both of these types of medicine, al­ though in some instances the two are so closely inter­ mingled that separating them completely would be unrealis­ tic.

Nevertheless, for the purposes of this paper, it is a useful dichotomy and exam­ ples of the use of devil's-club. Overview Information Devil's club is a plant. People use the inner bark of the root and stem for medicine. Devil's club is used for arthritis, cancer, wounds, fever, tuberculosis, stomach trouble.

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But the plant's popularity as. Devils club (Oplopanax horridum), also called devil's walking stick, is a large, hardy, thorn-bearing shrub native to Canada and the northwestern United States known to native Alaskans as cukilanarpak, which means “big plant with needles.”The name aptly fits since the spiny stems of the plant certainly lend it a primitive appearance, and the fact that it grows in dense patches make.

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Thought-provoking and engagingly written, it will be required reading for all those interested in moving beyond the moving beyond the confines of this. Devil's club is a plant. People use the inner bark of the root for medicine. Devil's club is used for arthritis, wounds, fever, tuberculosis, stomach trouble, cough, colds, sore throat, diabetes, low blood sugar, and is also used for emptying the bowels and causing vomiting.

Some people apply devil's club directly to the skin for swollen glands, boils, sores, and skin infections. My interest in Devil’s Club continues towards understanding the colony’s ecology and how harvest affects the colony. I use Devil’s Club bark in a tea throughout the year. I also make a salve from the bark for my hands.

I eat the new buds. I do not want to hurt the colony or its environment. I thank the plant every time I cut some down. The Botanical Club of Wisconsin serves the interests of amateur and professional botanists toward the common goal of learning more about our state's plant biodiversity.

NEW. Song of Place: A natural history of the Baraboo Hills - Botanical Club of Wisconsin. Devil's club or devil's walking stick (Oplopanax horridus, Araliaceae; syn. Echinopanax horridus, Fatsia horrida) is a large understory shrub native to the arboreal rainforests of the Pacific Northwest, but also disjunct on islands in Lake is noted for its large palmate leaves and erect, woody stems covered in noxious and irritating spines.

It is also known as Alaskan ginseng and. This time the school switches from the Devils to the Tigers, which has the Ecology Club in a frenzy. The Eco Club suggests that the new name is demeaning to an endangered species.

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