Lomatium

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Lomatium (biscuit root) is a genus of herbs related to celery, carrots, and parsley. In some species, the roots are edible and have been used by Native Americans as food. L. dissectum (one subspecies) has been used as herbal medicines for cough and upper respiratory infections.

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