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Steven Baxter


Joined: Mar 22, 2011
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I thought it was red clover but I am not 100%


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Steven Baxter


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Isaac Hill
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Navarretia squarrosa or some other species of Navarretia. Definitely NOT red clover.


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Steven Baxter


Joined: Mar 22, 2011
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Salamander wrote:
Navarretia squarrosa or some other species of Navarretia. Definitely NOT red clover.


Are there any medicinal properties to it?
Isaac Hill
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I do not believe so.
Steven Baxter


Joined: Mar 22, 2011
Posts: 254
Salamander wrote:
I do not believe so.


ok, thanks. Ya i could not find anything with a quick search on the internet. But it always helps to ask a none internet resource. 
 
 
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