Brown-eyed Susans are a highly recognizable wildflower that grow in abundance in grasslands and along roadsides. Traditionally many First Nations' people used the plant medicinally to relieve issues from gastroenteritis to saddle sores on horses. The roots were used in a tea to treat colds, as a wash for snakebite and swelling, and the juice used for earaches.
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