Broomweed (Gutierrezia sarothrae)
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The twigs are tied to sticks and used as brooms[61, 257, 274].
The dried twigs were used as a kindling for starting fires.
A yellow dye can be made from the plant tops.
An infusion of the leaves has been used as a pleasant and refreshing bath.
The chewed leaf juice has an intoxication effect on bees and can kill them.
Cultivation & Habitat
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