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Latin NameCommon NameEdibility RatingMedicinal Rating
Aconitum feroxIndian aconite01
Aconitum fischeriFischer monkshood01
Aconitum kusnezoffiiBei Wu Tou01
Aconitum lycoctonumWolfsbane11
Aconitum uncinatumWild Monkshood, Southern blue monkshood01
Angelica decursiva 22
Apium graveolens dulceCelery42
Apium graveolens secalinumLeaf Celery42
Cornus oblongaOblong-Petal Dogwood03
Cowania mexicanaCliffrose02
Mahonia nervosaOregon Grape, Cascade barberry32
Peucedanum japonicum 12
Quercus wislizeniiLive Oak32
Smilax glabratufuling23
Vaccinium membranaceumMountain Huckleberry, Thinleaf huckleberry31
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