Habitat : Orobanche uniflora is native to much of North America, where it is a parasitic plant, tapping nutrients from many other species of plants, including those in the Asteraceae and Saxifragaceae families and in the genus Sedum.
Orobanche uniflora is an annual parasitic herb.It grows to a height of five centimeters, and has short (up to 1 centimeter) scaly leaves, and yellowish-white or purple flowers, that can be up to 3.5 centimeters long. The flowers grow singularly on tall stalks.
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Used for both its laxative and sedative properties. Folkloric use has been as a remedy for cancer.
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