Beautiful butterflyweed — a forgotten herb


There's a moment in the third night where Anse Devil Hatfield, pale and haggard and dark-eyed from pleurisy, watches a boy die on a battlefield; something about the framing, the swirling smoke behind Costner, and the dark circles under his eyes

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Another choice is butterfly weed, which when growing wild is also known by the less attractive name, pleurisy root. Female butterflies locate and lay eggs on plants that provide food for caterpillars such as dill, holly hock, milkweed and sunflowers.

Butterflyweed, or pleurisy root, is one of the more glorious flowering roadside plants in America, and here in the Ozarks it has started to bloom. Historically, it is considered one of the better herbal remedies for pleurisy, hence

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