Northwest Collection, Univ. Do not eat the green shoots, they can be carcinogenic. Benoliel, D. 1974. Econ. If you would like to, you can learn more about the cookies we use. Camas. They were also taken internally to treat intestinal worms. 33(4): 384-396. Each use is colour coded for the following slides to show what the plant was used for. Other Uses---Synonyms---Brake Fern. Indians of the Quinaielt Agency in Washington Territory. Thrupp, A. In press. Devil’s Club. Maidenhair used as a wash or poultice for bleeding. Pteridium esculentum . Indigenous Research Partnerships . Ethnobotany of Western Washington. Vol. Aboriginal invention. Anthropol. Haeberlin, H., and E. Gunther 1930. The North and Central Nootkan Tribes. ---Parts Used---Fronds. Bracken fern is a native plant. Stone Blue Pitcher. Continuing to use www.cabdirect.org Shorey Book Store, Seattle. Smith, M. 1940. ... Aboriginal people break some off and make it into a paste to use as a foot cream. 'Ngalyipi' is the Warlpiri word for this plant. This article is based upon that research. This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access. Immediate online access to all issues from 2019. Helen H. Norton. In some areas The leaves have been used in a steam bath as a treatment for arthritis. Amer. Oregon Grape. Reprinted 1978. Here, the tour focuses on the Aboriginal Aboriginal Medicine and Healing Practices; Crop Information; NEWS; Garden Tool Kits » Faculty of Land and Food Systems » Home » Plants » Bracken Fern. Their Uses Food Plants Acacia sp.- wattles. The Puyallup-Nisqually. CAB Direct ... a result of its relatively recent volcanic past. Pair large text with an image to give focus to your chosen product, collection, or blog post. —, and M. A. It is, by all accounts, nasty stuff. ethnomedicinal uses of fern in Gondia district was described by Ramteke D. D (2007). Stone Blue Pitcher. Google Scholar. To be taken internally the chemical in the plant material were extracted using hot water. 1934. The fibrous remnants from edible roots make a good tinder. Univ. Ebey, I. N., and Mrs. Extensive online help - available wherever you are in CAB Direct. Family: Polypodiaceae (Polypody Fern Family) Medicinal use of Bracken: The young shoots are diuretic, refrigerant and vermifuge. Syesis 6: 193–220. Bracken is a perennial fern that grows from thick, dark, long-creeping rhizomes. Norton, H. H. (1979). Norton, H.H. Bailliere Brothers, New York. Taylor & Francis. Comment. Plants. Series #2, Mt. Dept., Univ.