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|Olds, J., Olds, D. and D. Tippman 1999||Use - Medicinal||
Leaves used to make a plaster to treat chest colds. ". . . she'd shred those [leaves] real good and then she would pound them and then she used to have a little sugar sack or something and shed put those inside that sugar sack, you know and lay them on the chest. She called it a mustard plaster".
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|Deam, C. 1940||Habitat||
Four weedy mustard (Brassica) species were present in Myaamia lands in the past: field mustard (B. campestris), black mustard (B. nigra), Indian mustard (B. juncea), and wild mustard (Sinapsis arvensis ssp. arvensis; was B. kaber).