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Lemonade Berry / hapa ne'urr

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Family: Anacardiaceae
 

Genus/Species: Rhus integrifolia
 

'Iipay Aa Name: hapa ne'urr
 

Common English Name: Lemonade Berry

Traditional Use: berries used as a drink for constipation; fruits used as a syrup for stomach aches and coughs; seeds made into a tea for fever; bark made into a tea for babies; berries can be eaten fresh or used to flavor water; seeds ground, leached and boiled into mush.

Collected on the Barona Indian Reservation, San Diego County

 

Collector: Erika Osuna
 

Date Collected: March 7, 2019
 

Mounted: April 4 & 11, 2019