One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A perennial herb of the parsley family, found throughout western North America It has various folk-medicine applications (mainly antibiotic) and is eaten as a survival food.
- ‘None of the lomatiums or Mariposa lilies have any leaves.’
- ‘Bradshaw's lomatium blooms during April and early May, with fruits appearing in late May and June.’
- ‘Big Summit Prairie, in the Ochoco Mountains, is productive for lomatiums and camas, and contains late Archaic pit house sites.’
- ‘However, there is no meaningful scientific evidence that lomatium is helpful for these conditions, nor indeed that it has any antiviral effects at all.’
- ‘Cook's lomatium, a member of the carrot family, is a small perennial with pale yellow flowers.’
- ‘Following annual ceremonies, the women harvested the roots of wild celeries, balsams, and lomatiums.’
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