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Adlerponge

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Adlerponge is the common name for Anterius Mansurache, a local herb used in cooking, medicines, rituals, and poisons (the skin of the seeds is highly toxic). In the kitchen, crushed Adlerponge leaves lend a savory flavor to meats and soups, while the flowers are used to make healing salves and draughts. It is written in the Pretercine Scrolls that shamans of the northern regions burned Adlerponge to repel monsters at the dawn of time. Modern day ceremonies pay homage to that tradition by sprinkling dried leaves over bonfires on holidays such as Gebotan, when a stew of rabbits seasoned with Adlerponge is also eaten.

 

--Acanthia Copperwick

 

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