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Boneset Herb (Eupatorium perfoliatum), or Common Boneset, is a common perennial plant native to the Eastern United States and Canada, with a range from Nova Scotia to Florida, as well as from Louisiana and Texas through North Dakota. It is also called "agueweed", "feverwort" or "sweating-plant". It was introduced to American colonists by Native Americans who used the plant for breaking fevers by means of heavy sweating. It is nearly always found in low, wet areas and is often found near Phalaris arundinacea (Reed canary grass).
To make a salve mix in equal portions with petroleum gel or mix the powder with enough water to make a paste and applying directly to the external problem.
Many colorants may be pH sensitive and can change or morph at high or low pH levels.
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