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Common Name: Canadian Licorice Root
Ligusticum canadense is a
It has edible and medicinal uses.
Leaves and young stems - cooked[
]. The young leaves have been boiled and used as greens[
]. They are often cooked with the leaves of ramps (Allium tricoccum)[
]. The leaves can be dried for later use[
The root has been chewed in the treatment of any stomach disorders[