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qʰa behe qʰaleqʰabéhe qʰalenCalifornia nutmeg, wild nutmegTorreya californica (Yew Family)Medicinal: The nut was cracked and soaked in cold water overnight, then boiled into a strong tea which was drunk as a remedy for tuberculosis. • Season: summer.Synonymcaha qʰale 2California nutmegʔahqʰawaterbehepeppernutqʰale1tree, plant
qʰa bohsoqʰabóhsonswamp cloverTrifolium variegatum, Trifolium appendiculatum, Trifolium barbigerum, Trifolium Grayi, Trifolium obtusiflorum (Pea Family)Food: The sweet flowers and leaves (ʔohso) were eaten alone or with salt or peppernut cakes. • Season: late spring to early summer.ʔahqʰawater*bohso?
qʰa cʼayʔcʼaqʰacʼáyʔcʼansea fig, a plant growing on coastal bluffs; sea apple, ice plantMesembryanthemum aequilaterale, Mesembryanthemum chilense, Carpobrotus chilensis (Ice Plant Family)Food: The fruit was eaten raw (Gifford 1967:13). • Season: summer.1.5Plant126.96.36.199Food from plantsʔahqʰawatercʼayʔcʼasea fig?
qʰa cʼihpʰaqʰacʼíhpʰanseaweed detritus, drift seaweed, waste seaweed; any unused species of seaweed that has washed up on the beach; any waste on the beachqʼacíhpʰa maʔu maʔatʰúʔdon't eat this (waste) seaweed!mulídom pʰiʔtʼan ˉ ʔima·ta qawí yya qʰo· men ˉ qʰacʼihpʰa yo· daholá·cʼin hayomʔ ˉ qʰaṭʰá· wi ˉunexpectedly, there there were two little women wandering around on the gravel beach, feeling under the seaweedFree Variantqʼacihpʰaʔahqʰawaterʔahpʰaexcrement guts