|Standard name||Sanguinaria canadensis|
|Scientific name||Sanguinaria canadensis L.|
|Other scientific names|
|Common names||bloodroot; puccoon; Red Puccoon|
|Substance description||A tincture is made of the fresh root; the resin, leaves, seeds, seed-vessels, powdered root, and expressed juice have also been used|
|Distinctness||GROUP (various part of the plant are used – see Substance description)|
|Classification||Organism – Plantae – Magnoliophyta – Magnoliopsida – Papaverales – Papaveraceae – Sanguinaria|
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