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Latin NameCommon NameFamilySynonymsEdibility RatingMedicinal Rating
Ephedra altissimaHigh-climbing jointfirEphedraceae 13
Ephedra americana andina EphedraceaeE. andina23
Ephedra ciliata Ephedraceae 13
Ephedra distachyaSea Grape, JointfirEphedraceae 24
Ephedra equisetinaMuzei Ma Huang, Ma huangEphedraceae 14
Ephedra fragilis Ephedraceae 24
Ephedra gerardianaMa Huang, Gerard jointfirEphedraceaeE. vulgaris. Rich.24
Ephedra intermediaZhong Ma HuangEphedraceae 14
Ephedra majorMa HuangEphedraceaeE. nebrodensis. Tineo.14
Ephedra nevadensisMormon Tea, Nevada jointfirEphedraceae 33
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