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A sternutatory, too, is prepared from the callitrichos.1 The leaves of this plant are similar to those of the lentil, and the stems resemble fine rushes; the root is very diminutive. It grows in shady, moist localities, and has a burning taste in the mouth.

1 See c. 83 of this Book; also B. xxii. c. 30, and B. xxvii. c. 111.

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