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Re: aroids as medicines including againt snake bite!

  • Subject: Re: aroids as medicines including againt snake bite!
  • From: <pbunch@cox.net>
  • Date: Sat, 27 Mar 2010 8:54:54 -0700

IÂll ask around here. One of my neighbors told me that Monstera deliciosa is used medicinally but I doÂt recall for what. IÂll ask him when I see him. I can also check with the local herb sellers. They wonÂt know the Latin names but will recognize aroids as a group and some species.


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