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Medicines, Volume 5, Issue 2 (June 2018)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) The Chumash people lived in the coastal region of Southern California for thousands of years before [...] Read more. The Chumash people lived in the coastal region of Southern California for thousands of years before European explores arrived. Through generations of shared experience, the Chumash developed an extensive collection of practices using the diverse native plants species in this region as medicine. The woody shrub Trichostema lanatum Benth. View this paper. (Lamiaceae) is native to Southern California and was reportedly used by the Chumash people as a disinfectant and for the treatment of rheumatism. The report in this issue by Fleming et al. provides support for the traditional use of this plant as a medicine, demonstrating its antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. View this paper.