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Sand Sagebrush Artemisia filifolia at Wupatki Ruins

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"Knowledge and experience permits use of the highly revered Artemesia species, which can be toxic. Grand wormwood or absinthe is a notable species of Artemesia . Navajo, who have plant medicines for every known disease or ailment, consider most types of sagebrush Life Medicine, plants with special healing power." Source: Sign at Wupatki National Monument

Seen at Wupatki National Monument, Arizona, USA

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sand sagebrush - Photo (c) Arches National Park, some rights reserved (CC BY)
brewbooks's ID: sand sagebrush (Artemisia filifolia)
Posted by brewbooks almost 4 years ago (Flag)
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sand sagebrush - Photo (c) Arches National Park, some rights reserved (CC BY)
stevejones's ID: sand sagebrush (Artemisia filifolia)
Posted by stevejones 20 days ago (Flag)
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sand sagebrush - Photo (c) Arches National Park, some rights reserved (CC BY)
brewbooks's ID: sand sagebrush (Artemisia filifolia)
sand sagebrush - Photo (c) Arches National Park, some rights reserved (CC BY)
Community ID: sand sagebrush (Artemisia filifolia)
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