no not the poisonous kind, rather staghorn sumac, found around here and in ripe profusion currently. you can dry the sumac horns and grind them to make a spice, you can press the seeds to make an oil for use in oil lamps or you can put 4 or 5 horns in a big jar of water and let it steep in the sun for several hours. this is what the native americans used to do. it tastes rather a bit like lemonade and has some helpful benefits to your inner workings as well.
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