Marattia douglassii – Famine Foods

Marattia douglassii


Hawaii: thick, spongy bases of frond stems, which cover the round trunk, were cooked and eaten. Ethnomedical use: the bases – either raw or sliced – were soaked to produce a mucilaginous liquid used for laxative purposes.

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