Club Moss (Lycopodium serratum)
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The following uses are for L. clavatum. They quite possibly also apply to this species[K].
The spores are water repellent and can be used as a dusting powder to stop things sticking together[106, 171]. They are also used as a talcum powder and for dressing moulds in iron foundries. They can also be used as explosives in fireworks and for artificial lightning[46, 57, 102, 171, 213].
The plant can be used as a mordant in dyeing.
The stems are made into matting.
Cultivation & Habitat
Become ungovernable, break the chains of the matrix; grow and forage your own food and medicine.
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