Lobelia

Description

Lobelia is named after French Botanist Matthias de L’Obel (1583-1616). The plant is a member of the Lobeliaceae Family and is native to the Northeastern United States and Canada. There are over 350 different species of Lobelia spanning the globe. The herb native to the Northeastern US (Lobelia inflata) was also commonly referred to as; Indian tobacco, Asthma Weed, and Vomitwort. It has a long history of use and was…

 

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