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Achyrocline satureioides, also known as Macela or Marcela in Portuguese, Marcela in Spanish, Eloyatei-caá in the Guarani language, and Karfreitachstee in Riograndenser Hunsrückisch where it is part of German-Brazilian folklore.
It is a medicinal plant, which cited as medicinal plant symbol of Rio Grande do Sul state in Brazil. The medicinal virtues of this plant are widely used in various countries which share the Guaranì cultural heritage such as Paraguay, Uruguay, and northern Argentina.
Achyrocline satureioides Wikipedia