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Common Name: Saltmarsh Morning Glory
Ipomoea sagittata is a
It is harvested from the wild for local use as a medicine..
A hot decoction of the root has been used to remove poison from the blood or heart[
A poultice of the boiled leaves has been applied to swellings[
The leaf has been chewed and the juice swallowed, or a poultice of the leaves applied, in the treatment of snakebites[