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Wild plants may provide remedies for many ills

August 16, 2012

Before the arrival of Europeans, the Cherokee Indians of the Southern Appalachians used hundreds of species of native plants to treat an array of infections, wounds, headaches, stomachaches, respiratory problems and other ills.

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