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Eriogonum alatum, with the common names winged buckwheat and winged eriogonum, is a species of buckwheat.
The plant is native to the western Great Plains, the Southwestern United States, and Chihuahua state in México.
Eriogonum alatum Wikipedia
Varieties include: Eriogonum alatum var. alatum
Eriogonum alatum var. glabriusculum
Among the Zuni people, the root is eaten as an emetic for stomachaches. An infusion of the powdered root is taken after a fall and to relieve general misery.